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Western media bent upon igniting Islamophobia: Lauren Booth

Islamabad: Persistent negative portrayal of Muslims in Western media is igniting hatred against them and creating massive Islamophobia, which is making their lives difficult, even forcing them to train their children and girls with the art of self defence in the face of a constant threat. The revelation was made by Lauren Booth, a British […]

Go through our bodies before the elimination of 18th amendment. PYO

Karachi:Spokesman PYO Sindh Tamoor Ali Mahar said that the PPP will not end the 18th amendment in any case, if the government tried to do so, they will have to pass through our bodies, we never fulfill this desire of Tehreek-e-Insaf, if Bilawal Bhutto ordered then the government will not be able to tolerate our […]

CII, IPS jointly hold seminar to commemorate Justice AR Cornelius

Islamabad, 29 December, 2018: Calling Justice AR Cornelius a symbol of integrity, the speakers at a seminar held to commemorate him urged law practitioners to study, learn and follow the example of the former chief justice. They were speaking at the seminar titled ‘Justice AR Cornelius: Services and Contributions to the Justice System of Pakistan’ […]

AWP Celebrates Christmas with Christian Katchi Abadi Residents

ISLAMABAD: A delegation of the Awami Workers Party visited various katchi abadis in the federal capital on Christmas Eve to celebrate the day with Christian party members and friends. The AWP delegation visited a number of Christian neighborhoods in the form of a car rally to participate in the Christmas celebrations being held there. Dr […]

Pakistan’s Election as Vice President of COP to UNFCCC is real change and success, Malik Amin

Islamabad (Faisal Azfar Alvi): Adviser to Prime Minister on Climate Change, Malik Amin Aslam Khan on Friday said that at Conference of Parties (COP) 24, Pakistan effectively presented its case during climate negotiations that despite least polluter and most vulnerable, Pakistan is committed to fighting climate change. This year owing to proactive participation and contributions […]

Environmental Journalist Work Applauded by German Foundation

Islamabad: Why is COP-24, taking pace in Poland on climate change issues is not making headlines in Media despite Pakistan being high on the vulnerability index of climate change, said H.E. Martin Kobler, German Ambassador to Pakistan during a key note he delivered among the galaxy of senior journalists, editors and anchor persons in Islamabad. […]

Women Democratic Front pay tribute to late writer Fahmida Riaz

Islamabad:  The leaders and workers of Women Democratic Front in a joint statement expressed their grief at the devastating news of the demise of Fehmida Riaz, after suffering from illness for the past few months. Fehmida Riaz was an eminent feminist thinker, poet and prose writer. Her writings truly depicted the lives of Pakistani women. […]

30 Pakistani Engineers Depart on a Semester-Long Exchange visit to the U.S.

Peshawar : The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and the University of Engineering & Technology (UET), Peshawar held a send-off ceremony today to celebrate the departure of 27 students and three faculty members to the U.S. for sharing knowledge with their U.S. counterparts at the Arizona State University (ASU) and finding solutions to Pakistan’s […]