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PFOWA annual charity bazaar attracts huge crowds

ISLAMABAD, Nov 15 (DNA): A large number of people from different walks of life including diplomats with their family members thronged to Foreign Office on bright Sunday to attend annual charity bazaar organized by Pakistan Foreign Office Women’s Association (PFOWA) and enjoyed variety of food, cuisine and cultural activities of different countries. Speaker National Assembly Sardar Ayaz Sadiq along with his wife inaugurated the annual charity bazar which attracted a large crowed who witnessed a variety of traditional products from over fifty countries and Pakistan along with traditional and tasty food items.

COAS’s US visit key to military ties of both countries: Aizaz Ahmad

ISLAMABAD, Nov 15 (DNA): Foreign Secretary Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry on Sunday said the nation is united to weed out terrorism from the country adding that there is a need of big operation to eliminate terrorism, which is now going on successfully.He was addressing the annual charity bazaar for women at Foreign Office in Islamabad.The Foreign Secretary said Pakistan has been the victim of terrorism for a long time and can understand the miseries of the people of France and Lebanon in the wake of terrorist attacks. He strongly condemned theRead More

Ambassador Emilian for enhanced business ties with Pakistan

FAISALABAD (DNA): Ambassador of Romania to Pakistan Emilian Ion has stressed the need for strengthening trade and economic relations between Romania and Pakistan.He stated this while addressing in the Dinner meeting at Pakistan Hosiery Manufacturers & Exporters Association here on Friday.Romanian Ambassador said that Romania and Pakistan could enhance their cooperation in the fields of agriculture, alternate energy sources, information technology and textile sector.

Afghan peace tops army chief’s US visit agenda

Gen Raheel vows to defend every inch of Pakistan

ISLAMABAD: A new push for the resumption of stalled Afghan peace process looks imminent as Army Chief Gen Raheel Sharif embarks on a five-day long visit to the United States.“There is a visible possibility for a new push for resumption of the reconciliation process,” a senior official said in a background interview with Dawn on Saturday.Afghanistan, sources confirmed, was at the top of agenda of Gen Sharif’s visit, which commences from Monday. The visit, according to a Washington-based source, is being attached “unprecedented” importance.

India introduced nukes to S. Asia: Pakistan

WASHINGTON: Pakistan reminded the international community on Saturday that it did not introduce nuclear weapons to South Asia, India did.In a statement issued here, Pakistan Embassy rejected suggestions by the US media that Pakistan was “irresponsibly building its nuclear arsenal”.“Pakistan was not the first to introduce nuclear weapons in South Asia, India was,” the statement said.It also referred to recent reports, which confirmed that India continued to grow its nuclear programme by testing missiles with longer ranges.India was also working on fissile material production facilities, and investing in a nuclearRead More