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Wednesday, January 22nd, 2020

 

French, German ambassador hold interactive session at NUST

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he School of Social Sciences and Humanities at National University of Science and Technology (NUST) held an interactive session with the German and French Ambassadors on 22nd January 2020. NUST Public Administration Society (NPAS) organized this event in collaboration with the German and the French Embassy at Islamabad, Pakistan to commemorate the signing of the Treaty of Elysée, between Germany and France on the same date in 1963. Dean of the school of social sciences & humanities, Dr. Ashfaque Hassan Khan and HoD Department of Government and Public Policy, Dr.Read More


Nigerian envoy recognizes services of Maldives ambassador

ISLAMABAD, JAN 22: Diplomats and others posing for a picture on the occasion of a reception
hosted by High Commissioner of Nigeria Maj. Gen. (rtd) Ashimiyu Adebayo Olaniyi
for the outgoing ambassador of Maldives Ahmed Saleem. DN

ISLAMABAD, JAN 22 (DNA) –High Commissioner of Nigeria Maj. Gen. (rtd) Ashimiyu Adebayo Olaniyi, OON has recognized services of outgoing Ambassador of Maldives Ahmed Saleem adding saying during his tenure relations between Maldives and Pakistan got an added strength. The Nigerian envoy made these remarks during a reception he hosted to bid farewell to ambassador of Maldives. Members of diplomatic community and senior officials of Ministry of Foreign Affairs attended the reception. The high commissioner further said he was also accredited to Maldives and visited Male three times. During hisRead More


French, German envoys share secret of shelving their hostilities

ISLAMABAD, JAN 22: French and German ambassadors sharing their experiences 
as to how both countries shelved their differences and became friends. DNA

ISLAMABAD, JAN 22 (DNA) – On the occasion of the 57th anniversary of the Treaty of Elysée, the basis of German-French reconciliation and friendship, German Ambassador Bernhard Schlagheck and French Ambassador Dr. Marc Baréty gave a joint lecture on “German-French friendship as the ground for effective multilateralism” at NUST University. The lecture was attended by students and faculty members of the university’s department for public policy and governance. The German and French Embassies in Islamabad celebrated the German-French friendship day with a joint lunch of both Embassies’ staff. On theRead More


AJK has great potential to become paradise for tourists: Masood

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ISLAMABAD JAN 22 (DNA): The Azad Jammu and Kashmir President Sardar Masood Khan has said that promotion of education and tourism in the liberated territory are on the top of the state government’s priorities. “The government is determined to ensure innovative and quality education and to upgrade communication means to bring an industrial revolution in Azad Kashmir,” he added.   He was talking to the founder and president of the UAE-based esteemed EdTech Company, Coded Minds Ltd. Omar Farooqui and chief operating officer Amna Khaishgi who called on him hereRead More


Pakistan, US agree to further strengthen bilateral ties

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Prime Minister Imran Khan and US President Donald Trump have agreed to further strengthen bilateral relationship especially with respect to enhancing bilateral trade and investments.   The agreement came at a meeting between the two leaders on the sidelines of World Economic Forum in Davos.   According to a press release issued by Foreign Office, both sides discussed the situation in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir.   The Prime Minister underscored the need for sustained US role to help resolve the festering dispute of Jammu and Kashmir without which lastingRead More


Pakistan will not become part of any conflict: PM

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Prime Minister Imran Khan has once again categorically stated that Pakistan will not become part of any conflict in future rather will be partner in peace.   Addressing a session on Pakistan Country Strategy Dialogue at World Economic Congress Center in Davos on Wednesday, he recalled that both the Afghan jihad and the war against terrorism after 9/11 cost Pakistan heavily and inflicted a lot of damage to our society.   Imran Khan pointed out that the war on terrorism left our seventy thousand people dead but we have nowRead More