U.S. Ambassador Blome Recognizes Pakistani Women’s Contributions at Iftar Reception

U.S. Ambassador Blome Recognizes Pakistani Women’s Contributions at Iftar Reception

Islamabad, Pakistan: (Rasheed Dhariwal) Pakistan, to recognize the contributions of Pakistani women during Women’s History Month and the holy month of Ramazan. The event brought together female entrepreneurs, civil society activists, and educators, where Ambassador Blome emphasized the pivotal role of Pakistani women in shaping society and driving positive change.  One of the distinguished guests…

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Ambassador Netherlands Henny de Vries calls on Dr. Shamshad Akhtar, Federal Minister for Finance

Ambassador Netherlands Henny de Vries calls on Dr. Shamshad Akhtar, Federal Minister for Finance

  ISLAMABAD:(Rasheed Dhariwal) Ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands Mrs. Henny de Vries met with the Federal Minister for Finance, Revenue, and Economic Affairs, Dr. Shamshad Akhtar. They discussed the macroeconomic situation of Pakistan and the bilateral trade relations between the two countries. Both agreed that for a stronger economy more women have to…

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Council of Islamic Ideology Strongly Condemns Attacks on Places of Worship

Council of Islamic Ideology Strongly Condemns Attacks on Places of Worship

The Council of Islamic Ideology in Islamabad condemns attacks on places of worship, emphasizing the importance of respecting all religions. It calls for swift punishment for those involved and the establishment of special courts to address such crimes, asserting that violence and extremism have no place in any religion or Pakistani law.

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The Council of Islamic Ideology in Islamabad strongly condemns attacks on places of worship and considers them both criminal and prohibited under Sharia law in accordance with Pakistani legislation. During a special meeting titled Interfaith-Hassan Interaction: State and Society Responsibilities, chaired by Qibla Ayaz, Chairman of the Islamic Ideological Council, it was emphasized that adherents of all religions should observe the teachings of their respective faiths. Hateful attitudes, violence, and extremism have no place in any religion. It is essential to refrain from engaging in violence, murder, terrorism, or persecution in the name of religion. Acts of attacking, demolishing, or insulting places of worship are reprehensible and violate the laws of Pakistan as well as Sharia. Immediate punishment should be meted out to those involved in incidents such as the tragic event in Sialkot, and the establishment of special courts for such crimes was demanded. Chairman Qibla Ayaz also stated that the situation in Pakistan is not normal, and regional forces, as well as anti-country elements involved in conspiracies, must be monitored closely. By fulfilling their constitutional responsibilities, all institutions can work together to resolve such matters effectively.
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The Council of Islamic Ideology in Islamabad vehemently condemns attacks on places of worship, deeming them criminal and against Sharia law, in accordance with Pakistani legislation. In a special meeting titled “Interfaith-Hassan Interaction: State and Society Responsibilities,” presided over by Chairman Qibla Ayaz, the council emphasized the need for followers of all faiths to uphold their religious teachings. Any form of hate, violence, or extremism has no place in any religion. The council stresses the importance of refraining from violence, murder, terrorism, or religious persecution.

Attacks, demolitions, or insults directed at places of worship are deemed reprehensible and in violation of both Pakistani laws and Sharia. The council calls for swift and severe punishment for those involved, especially in the wake of tragic incidents like the one in Sialkot. Furthermore, there is a demand for the establishment of special courts to address such crimes.

Chairman Qibla Ayaz also expressed concerns about the current situation in Pakistan, highlighting the need for close monitoring of regional forces and anti-country elements engaged in conspiracies. To effectively address these challenges, he called upon all institutions to fulfill their constitutional responsibilities and collaborate in resolving such matters.

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Investigation Initiated Against GCU Vice Chancellor on Allegations of Corruption

Investigation Initiated Against GCU Vice Chancellor on Allegations of Corruption

The Anti-Corruption Establishment (ACE) has commenced an investigation into allegations of corruption against GCU Vice Chancellor Dr. Asghar Zaidi. The inquiry focuses on the awarding of contracts for civil work, procurement, and canteen services. Learn more about the ongoing investigation and the response from GCU authorities.

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Hina Rabbani Khar Engages in Fruitful Discussions on Bilateral Relations with Swedish Parliament First Deputy Speaker Kenneth G Forslund

Hina Rabbani Khar Engages in Fruitful Discussions on Bilateral Relations with Swedish Parliament First Deputy Speaker Kenneth G Forslund

Hina Rabbani Khar, Pakistani politician and diplomat, meets with Kenneth G Forslund, the First Deputy Speaker at the Swedish Parliament (Riksdag), to discuss bilateral relations and regional/global issues of mutual interest. The meeting emphasizes the desire to strengthen parliamentary ties between Pakistan and Sweden, fostering greater cooperation and understanding.

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Canada-Pakistan Relations: Navigating the Political Dilemma

Canada-Pakistan Relations: Navigating the Political Dilemma

BY: SEYYED HAFEEZ HASHMI Canada and Pakistan, two countries geographically distant yet intricately connected through diplomatic ties, have witnessed a complex relationship shaped by political dilemmas. In recent years, Pakistan has faced a range of challenges, including political transitions, security concerns, and economic instability. This article delves into the multifaceted dynamics between Canada and Pakistan…

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