NUST Community Service Club students volunteered several hours to renovate Islamabad Model College for Boys i nH-11 sector of Islamabad
The protest-turned sit-in in Islamabad is in its third day. Citizens facing problems because of roads blockades, suspension of phone services
‘Women are primary victims of climate change, and also the main source of solutions’ French Ambassador, H.E. Mrs. Martine Dorance said in Islamabad
The debate ‘Women in the Media’ was held in Islamabad to mark International Women’s Day 2016 and pay tribute to Pakistani women journalists.
A grand celebration was held at COMSATS University to celebrate the China Culture Day. The event demonstrated the mutual friendship and shared by Pakistani and Chinese people.
Art exhibition by Russian diplomat Mr. Youri Kozlov, Head of Trade department at the Embassy of the Russian Federation to Pakistan..
Pakistan’s young activist and artist, Muniba Mazari, has been named as Pakistan’s first female Goodwill Ambassador by UN Women
Experts at Climate Change seminar urge Government to introduce Climate Smart solutions and facilitate vulnerable communities
New App will facilitate persons with disability to take part in elections actively, to learn about facilities available to them and how to influence..
New, high-yield maize varieties have been introduced for commercial use at National Agricultural Research Center (NARC) in Islamabad.
Despite having the lowest Internet user density in the region, Pakistan has the potential to become the Internet transit hub for Central and South Asia, claims a new study.
Australian High Commissioner Margaret Adamson farewelled 20 Pakistani professionals who have received Australia Awards Scholarship 2016
At a time when Pakistan is again being ravaged by floods, climate experts urge political leaders of the Hindu Kush Himalayas region to act now.
Japan has agreed to fund the FAO project worth about 5 million USD for the recovery and development of the agricultural sector in FATA
Australia has confirmed the appointment of new High Commissioner to Pakistan, Ms Margaret Adamson, who will succeed outgoing High Commissioner, Mr Peter Heyward.
Pakistan’s youth comprising of 64% of total population is facing myriad challenges and constraints in getting decent employment opportunities. Education and Employment policies