CHITRAL: To prevent suicide among the women of Chitral, a seminar on the ‘Increasing trend of suicide in Chitral and its preventive measurement’ was held at upper Chitral Booni some 75km from here. The seminar was organised by Shandoor Welfare Organization in collaboration with district government of Chitral Mastuj. Project Director and Vice Chancellor University of Chitral Professor Doctor Badshah Munir Bukhari was the chief guest on the occasion while the ceremony was presided over by Tehsil Nazim Mastuj, Maulana…
ISLAMABAD: Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting Marriyum Aurangzeb said on Friday that India cannot suppress the voice of the people of Kashmir through use of force. Addressing a seminar on Kashmir, the minister said that Indian forces have been committing grave human rights violations in the held territory. She urged the international community to play its role to stop the violations. “Pakistan has been pleading the Kashmir case at the United Nations and other platforms in an effective way,” she said.…
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has said that he salutes the determination of the people of Kashmir for continuing their struggle for the right of self-determination, ARY News reported. He was addressing the opening session of an International Parliamentary Seminar on Kashmir in Islamabad on Thursday. The prime minister stated that Kashmir is an identity of Pakistan and its youth is writing a new chapter in their struggle. PM Sharif said that Pakistan will continue to prick the conscious of the international…
LAHORE: Governor Punjab Malik Rafique Rajwana on Tuesday said that federal government will end loadshedding by 2018, ARY News reported.
QUETTA: Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif promising to take operation Zarb-e-Azb to its logical end on Tuesday said that terrorists in the country are externally supported and internally facilitated, according to Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR).
ISLAMABAD: To commemorate the United Nations (UN) 70th anniversary, the UN System partnered with Bahria University in Islamabad to host a panel discussion on communications for development with a focus on women in media, photojournalism and documentary making, according to a press statement.
There seems to be considerable shock and surprise by people, especially those who constitute the bulk of the country's civil society elite, at the revelation by the Sindh Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah that the alleged mastermind of Sabeen Mahmud's killing is Saad Aziz, a 2011 graduate of the prestigious IBA, Karachi.