Last week, over a hundred and fifty activists in India and Pakistan took part in a photo campaign to call on world leaders to never use nuclear weapons. From New Delhi to Islamabad, Bangalore to Karachi, Amritsar to Lahore, Global Zero volunteers took photos saying “Don’t Nuke Us, PM Sharif and Don’t Nuke Us, PM Modi” with the hashtag #NoRedButton. This powerful action comes at a time when both countries have been on the brink of war after the Uri attacks, and nuclear weapons have been threatened to be used.
According to local media reports, Pakistan is not going to screen any Indian movie for now.
Islamabad, August 2016: The United for Healthier Kids movement, which aims to instill healthier habits in children, was launched in Pakistan at an event organized…
June 5 is observed as Pakistani Peacekeepers Day and it marks an important event to pay homage to Pakistani martyrs who made supreme sacrifices for noble cause of international peace and security.
The introduction of high speed broadband in the country is showing positive results as app exports are flourishing and touching the $10 million mark on a monthly basis during the year, said the CEO of a IT company. “Local developers in Pakistan are skillful and talented enough to meet global requirements when it comes to designing mobile applications for foreign clients,” said the official.
ISLAMABAD: A Pakistani female doctor has been announced the winner of prestigious third HRH The Prince of Wales Young Sustainability Entrepreneur Prize by University of Cambridge and Unilever, says a press release.
Institute of Business Management (IoBM) and Institute of Cost and Management Accountants (ICMA), Pakistan signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for cooperation in Research, Development, and Innovation on May 11, 2016 at the Entrepreneurship & Management Excellence Center (EMEC), IoBM, according to IoBM Public Affairs Section.
Second Cup Coffee Company celebrated a successful launch of their new branch in Lahore this weekend on Saturday, May 7, 2016. The launch event was attended by socialites and renowned media personalities with Anusheh Asad as the host for the evening. Head of Trade of the High Commission of Canada to Pakistan, Allison Stewart, was also in attendance to perform the official ribbon cutting marking the opening of the Second Cup Gulberg branch.
Saadia Mirza, widely known for her unique creations and designs, concluded the first day of Bridal Couture Week with her collection Roses in Rain
Pakistan and China have signed financing agreements valued at $4.2 billion for the construction of two main road projects of the eastern alignment of the…