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  • F.M. Qureshi urges the world to support Afghanistan, unfreeze assets
      NEW YORK: Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi urged the international community to support Afghans at a critical point through different steps, including unfreezing their assets, as according to him, there is still hope for stability in Afghanistan. “Afghans have faced war in the last four decades. Therefore, the international community should not leave Afghans […]
  • Pakistan-China Tourism seminar held in Qingdao
    BEIJING: In order to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic ties between Pakistan and China, China-Pakistan Two-Way Tourism Seminar was held at SCO Demonstration Area (SCODA) in Qingdao, Shandong province. The event was jointly organised by the SCODA, Qingdao Culture and Tourism Bureau and Pakistan China Centre, Qingdao. It was attended by […]
  • Bank of China issues special coins to commemorate 70 years of diplomatic ties
    BEIJING: In order to commemorate the 70th anniversary of establishment of diplomatic relations between Pakistan and China, the People’s Bank of China has issued special commemorative coins to mark this important milestone in history of bilateral ties. The gold and silver coins of 10 and 100 RMB denomination weigh 8 and 30 grams respectively. The […]
  • Pakistan’s exports to China expected to double: Ambassador Haque
    BEIJING: Pakistan’s exports to China are expected to double in the next two to three years as a result of the second phase of the China-Pakistan Free Trade Agreement and other measures taken by the two governments to enhance bilateral trade, said Pakistan ambassador to China, Moin ul Haque. “During the first six months, Pakistan’s […]
  • Production of national literature and Pakistan
    Recently, the world has witnessed an abundant quantity of literature being produced in almost every metropolis of the world, which made it possible for the nations to claim their literary space, for example, Pakistani literature, American literature, Canadian literature and Japanese or Chinese literature. Most of this literature has been written in their national languages […]
  • Gaza artist mixes beauty with pain in her ballet paintings
    Palestinian artist Abeer Jebril’s dark-coloured paintings show ballerinas chained in barbed wire, dancing on rocks, or facing barricades to mirror what she calls the “ticking bomb” reality of women in Gaza. She hopes her portraits will bring attention to the social and political problems women face in Gaza, home to two million people and devastated […]
  • Art exhibition Beyond Narrative — Understanding Abstractionism to Its Core concludes
     The exhibition Beyond Narrative is an ode to the genre of abstract art and its understanding in general public. In the Pakistani art scene, themes of abstractionism are still overlooked and are more commonly treated as a background to perhaps a more representational visual. Despite this, it’s the most progressive style of painting to date. […]
  • Newly tarmacked Peak District Lane named the steepest climb in Britain
    The steepest road in Britain is officially Ffordd Pen Llech in Harlech, North Wales, according to Guinness World Records. But intrepid cyclist and author Simon Warren, who specialises in hill climbs and is the author of the 100 Greatest Cycling Climbs series, has declared that he’s found a new contender – Bamford Clough in the […]
  • Exports increase by 24pc to Rs742,259m in two months
    Exports from the country in rupee term witnessed an increase of 23.86 percent during the first two months of the current fiscal year as compared to the corresponding month of last year, Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS) reported. According to PBS provisional figures issued by PBS, the exports from the country during July-August 2021-22 were […]
  • PSEB approves budget of Rs382.263m for FY 2021-22
    Pakistan Software Export Board (PSEB) on Monday approved the budget of Rs 382.263 million for Financial Year 2021-22. Federal Minister for IT and Telecommunication Syed Amin Ul Haque chaired the 47th Board of Directors meeting of Pakistan Software Export Board. The meeting also discussed matters related to IT exports, setting up of Software technology parks […]

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