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6 Pakistani Peacekeepers Conferred Dag Hammarskjold Medal

NEW YORK: An award ceremony was held at UN Secretariat in New York where UN Secretary-General Mr. Antonio Guterres conferred Dag Hammarskjold Medal to...

BARD Foundation sponsors Naila Kiani, Pakistan’s first female mountaineer to summit a 8,000er peak, for her upcoming K2 expedition

LAHORE, Pakistan: Bilquis and Abdul Razak Dawood (BARD) Foundation, a project of Descon – Pakistan’s largest engineering company – has recently collaborated with celebrated...

NCHR Launches Fact Finding Report On Minority Rights

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The National Commission for Human Rights (NCHR), with the support of European Union (EU), launched its fact finding report “Unequal Citizens: Ending...

Standard Chartered & Sightsavers launch Futuremakers Inclusive Employability Programme

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The Standard Chartered Bank in partnership with the Sightsavers International is launching the Futuremakers Inclusive Employability Programme on Tuesday. The Futuremakers aims at...

1,957 honour killing incidents recorded in Pakistan in last four years

As many as 1,957 incidents of honour killings have been recorded in Pakistan over the past four years, according to the Human Rights Commission...

Renowned Celebrities Join Hands with NACTA to Spread the Message of Peace

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: NACTA has initiated a soft intervention on electronic and social media platforms to create awareness regarding peace and tolerance in society. The...

Digital Rights Foundation releases its five-year cyber harassment helpline annual report

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The Digital Rights Foundation (DRF) has released its five-year cyber harassment helpline annual report. The launch of the report marks the five-year...

IG NHMP briefed about developments on M-2 North

The Inspector General National Highways and Motorway Police (NHMP) Khalid Mahmood conducted a field visit to (M-2) North toll plaza and (M-1) Facilitation Centre....

Vote of defected members can’t be counted, Supreme Court rules

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The Supreme Court of Pakistan has ruled that a dissident member of the Parliament cannot cast vote against party directives. In its verdict...

Govt urged to introduce inclusive electoral reforms, and conduct credible population census

KARACHI, Pakistan: The Centre for Social Justice (CSJ) on Monday organized a seminar wherein the civil society groups strongly opposed any proposals for representation...

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