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Maryam Nawaz meets Australian HC

DNA LAHORE, MAY 30 — Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) senior vice-president Maryam Nawaz, held a meeting with Australian High Commissioner Neil Hawkins on Tuesday to discuss matters of mutual interest. During the meeting, Maryam Nawaz expressed her gratitude to Australia for its humanitarian assistance to Pakistan during the COVID-19 pandemic. She acknowledged the valuable support provided by Australia and emphasized the importance of the historic partnership between the two countries. Maryam Nawaz specifically highlighted Australia’s significant role in the education of Pakistani students and stressed the need for further collaborationRead More

Chinese delegation visits FPCCI

Islamabad, MAY 30: /DNA/ – A Chinese delegation led by Mr. Luan Xiangjie President Ruzhou Foreign Trade Enterprises Association visited the Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI), Capital office Islamabad. Mr. Umar Masood ur Rehman Vice President FPCCI welcome the delegation on behalf of President FPCCI Mr. Irfan Iqbal Sheikh, Syed Asad Haider Mashadi, Convenor FPCCI, DG TDAP Muhammad Naseer, Haji Qurban Ali Regional Chairman BMP Mr. Sajjad Sarwar former Vice President FPCCI Mr. Arif Malik, Syed Nadeem Mansoor, Saqib Taj Abbasi, Awais Satti, Syed Abid Ali Bukhari, MuhammadRead More

Pak-Belarus agree to beneficial partnership

Visas relaxation for holders of diplomatic, official passports  Ansar Bhatti ISLAMABAD — Pakistan and Belarus have aspired to build a comprehensive and mutually beneficial partnership that contributes to the prosperity and wellbeing of the people of both the countries. Addressing a joint press conference along with his Belarusian counterpart Sergei Aleinik, Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said that we are mutually agreed to undertake practical measures in transforming the profound goodwill shared between our governments and people into a tangible cooperation across various domains. The Pakistan Foreign Minister said theRead More

Ashrafi issues ‘code of conduct’ as a guiding framework for pilgrims, religious tourists

ISLAMABAD, MAY 30 /DNA/ – The International Tazim-e-Haramain Sharifain Council, in collaboration with Darul Ifta Pakistan and Pakistan Ulema Council has successfully organized training sessions aimed at presenting a comprehensive code of conduct that serves as a guiding framework for pilgrims and religious tourists, specifically tailored to the current situation. In a significant development, Secretary General of the International Tazim-e-Haramain Sharifain Council, and Chairman of Pakistan Ulema Council Hafiz Muhammad Tahir Mahmood Ashrafi issued the code of conduct on Tuesday emphasizing the importance of maintaining the sanctity and respect ofRead More

Complete Policing is impossible without the cooperation of young generation

ISLAMABAD, MAY 30 (DNA) — Islamabad Capital Police has started an internship program for students of various colleges and universities to provide awareness about road safety and traffic rules, a police public relations officer said. He said that, the Chief Traffic Officer Islamabad Dr. Syed Mustafa Tanweer gave a lecture on traffic laws and road safety to a new batch of internees comprising 20 students from Bahria University. The lecture was on the advantages of following traffic rules including, use of seat belts, wearing helmet while riding bikes, use ofRead More

45,000 Google scholarships for Pakistani students this year

KARACHI: Federal Minister for Information Technology and Telecommunication Syed Aminul Haq has said that an agreement has been inked with Google for 45,000 scholarships, which we hope will increase up to 450,000 next year. At least 40 per cent of the scholarships of Google will be for women, the state news agency reported. He said this while addressing the Startups for Industries and IT Exports conference at the Korangi Association of Trade and Industry (KATI), here on Friday. The Minister said that the Google company had earlier given only 15,000Read More