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Samsung supports earthquake victims who lost their homes in Pakistan

Samsung supports earthquake victims who lost their homes in Pakistan

  Samsung Electronics is undertaking a generous humanitarian activity in Pakistan, to provide shelter to thousands of people, who lost their homes, properties and livelihood, due to the recent earthquake in northern parts of the country. Samsung has donated 300 water-proof and snow-proof tents to “Sarhad Rural Support Program” (SRSP) in Peshawar, the capital of […]

Extending cooperation between the US and Pakistan

Extending cooperation between the US and Pakistan

Besides extending cooperation and granting huge funds for projects in different sectors in Pakistan, the U.S diplomats have been maintaining close liaison with educational and cultural institutions as well as the intellectual circles and holding cultural events across Pakistan. The very purpose of such efforts is to let the people of Pakistan know more and […]

Korea, Pakistan explore possibilities of Free Trade Agreement

Korea, Pakistan explore possibilities of Free Trade Agreement

The two Asian republics – Pakistan and Korea, having bilateral trade and diplomatic relations for over three decades, are exploring avenues including Free Trade Agreement to enhance investment and trade volume. Both the countries are very much ambitious to sign Free Trade Agreement (FTA) however it will take years to attain the objective, as both […]

Samsung sponsors “Shah”- a biographical movie about Pakistan’s Olympic Boxing Hero

Samsung sponsors “Shah”- a biographical movie about Pakistan’s Olympic Boxing Hero

Based on the real-life events, struggle and achievements of Pakistan’s unsung hero, Hussain Shah – a biographical sports movie ‘Shah’, directed by Adnan Sarwar is all set to hit the Pakistani Cinemas and inspire the society with the fiery passion of the only Olympic Bronze Medal Winner in Boxing from Pakistan. The launch of this […]

Playing Politics over Dead Bodies

Playing Politics over Dead Bodies

Literally, it was like living in hell but soon the sea breezes started blowing, drastically bringing down the temperature in southern coastal metropolis Karachi, where the unprecedented hot and humid weather had claimed life of over 1300 people within a fortnight of June 2015. The temperature sharply declined from 46 to 33 degrees Celsius due […]

Revival of ancient Silk Routes: China-Pakistan Economic Corridor project kicked off

Revival of ancient Silk Routes: China-Pakistan Economic Corridor project kicked off

Amidst the challenges of maintaining security and political stability, the two all weather-tested friends – China and Pakistan are set to revive ancient silk routes linking Kashgar to the warm waters of Arabian Sea at Gwadar under China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project, an ambitious effort by the two countries that will lead to greater investment […]

Ghosts haunt public sector education system in Pakistan

Ghosts haunt public sector education system in Pakistan

Pakistan is more familiar to the word ‘ghost’ than the other countries of the world. It’s not because we really have ghosts here, but since the word is more often used to identify non-existent or non-functional schools, and also the teachers absent from the duties, drawing salaries sitting at home, the word is widely known […]

Terrorism panics Christians in Pakistan

Terrorism panics Christians in Pakistan

Fears are running high in the homes of over 70,000 Christians in Youhanabad, a settlement in Lahore – the capital of Pakistan’s populous Punjab province. Residents say they have been too afraid to venture beyond their doors since twin bomb blasts on Sunday March 15 killed at least 15 worshippers at church services and wounded […]

Pakistan-India Cricket Diplomacy

Pakistan-India Cricket Diplomacy

Batting for the Peace: Does it really work? Cricket, one of the widely played games in the world, is highly popular in most populous nations of South Asia like India, Pakistan and Bangladesh where the people hailing from all age groups are over-enthusiastic about it. Even the people, who had never played the cricket in […]

Peshawar School Carnage provoke crackdown on Afghan refugees

Peshawar School Carnage provoke crackdown on Afghan refugees

Thousands of Afghans in Pakistan have been arrested or moved from their homes of many years in the wake of December’s killing of over 100 schoolchildren in the city of Peshawar. The Afghans, the majority of whom are not registered refugees, have been targeted in a government crackdown announced immediately after the killings. Responsibility for […]

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