April, 2017


Pakistan has embarked on a broad based program for social sector development

Report by Younas Khan Paris.( Rnn)  Pakistan has embarked on a broad based program for social sector development. Paris, 26th April, 2017. Pakistan Government duly recognizes the importance of societal development and empowerment of people and has embarked on a broad based programme for social sector development. This was stated by the Mr. Haseeb Athar Secretary, Ministry of Education Pakistan in his country statement at the 201st Session of the UNESCO Executive Board held in Paris, France. The session was presided over by the Ambassador Michael Worbs from Germany andRead More


Report by Moazzam Ali Rana (Rnn)  Active bilateral cooperation between Russia and Pakistan contributes to the strengthening cooperation between General Staffs. The Minister of Defence Russian Federation General of the Army Sergei Shoigu stated this today at a meeting with the Minister of Defence of Pakistan Khawaja Asif during the VI Moscow Conference on International Security. In the beginning of the meeting, Sergei Shoigu expressed his condolences to the Pakistani counterpart in connection with terrorist attacks in the cities Parachinar and Lahore, which had taken dozens of lives, including servicemen.Read More

American Sports Experts Visit Pakistan to Promote Girls’ Empowerment

 Report by Moazzam Ali Rana ( Rnn)  Ten American sports experts associated with the Women Win Foundation visited Islamabad and Karachi April 17 to 28 to conduct workshops and activities promoting girls’ participation in sports. During their visit, which was funded by the U.S. Embassy and organized by Right to Play Pakistan, the American experts collaborated with Pakistani sports officials on how to use sports as a tool to advance adolescent girls’ rights and gender equity. “The ultimate goal of this program is that adolescent girls in Pakistan are empoweredRead More

Ambassador of Ukraine in the Islamic Republic of Pakistan H.E. Mr. Volodymyr Lakomov meet with Foreign Secretary, H.E. Mrs. Tehmina Janjua.

Report by : Moazzam Ali Rana ( Rnn)  Pakistan’s Foreign Secretary, H.E. Mrs. Tehmina Janjua received Ambassador of Ukraine in Ministry of   Foreign Affairs The Islamic Republic of Pakistan  H.E. Mr. Volodymyr Lakomov. During a meeting, in traditionally friendly and constructive atmosphere, perspectives of bilateral cooperation and issues of the current international and regional relations were discussed.

Unusual Love story of French Presidential front runner and wife who is his former teacher 25 years his senior.

Reported by; Younas Khan Paris. ( Rnn)  Every love story has its own unique tale of how the couple met. It is often such a sweet and aww-worthy story. For France’s Presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron, he first met his wife Brigitte when he was 15 years old and she was his teacher for drama class. Fast-forward some 24 years and Emmanuel is walking hand-in-hand with Brigitte, as his wife, after winning the first round of the French presidential election on the 24th of April, 2017. On stage after his firstRead More


Report by Moazzam ALi Rana ( Rnn) To showcase 70 years relations between the UK and Pakistan the British High Commissioner, Mr Thomas Drew CMG, inaugurated a photography exhibition at the 91st birthday celebrations of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in Islamabad. Adviser to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs, Mr Sartaj Aziz, attended the celebrations along with prominent guests from the world of government, diplomacy, culture, academia and the media. The exhibition showcased the UK and Pakistan’s shared history and shared future – from education to fashion, health and cultureRead More

European Union confirms need for strong international collaboration to counter terrorism

Report by Luqman Elahi ( Rnn)  In their resolve to support the efforts of Government of Pakistan to counter the threats of terrorism, the European Union and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) Country Office Pakistan, have launched a three year technical assistance programme to strengthen the criminal justice response in Pakistan to counter terrorism. The project will improve the investigative processes and promote the use of forensic evidence during the prosecution stages of terrorism related cases. It will also strengthen the co-ordination between the KP HomeRead More

Indonesia and Pakistan have good relations in political, cultural and defense fields. Both the countries have commonalty of views on various international issues, H. E Iwan Suyudhie Amri Ambassador of Indonesia in Pakistan

Interviewed by Moazzam Ali Rana ( Rnn)  H.E Iwan Suyudhie Amri Ambassador of Indonesia in Pakistan has pleasant personality and has strong love for Pakistan and people of Pakistan, the basic reason for this is before partition Quaid Muhammad Ali Jinnah and Indonesian leaders had cooperation for independents movement. Present government of Pakistan is doing very well his policies they improve in law and order situation or economic condition. He is trying is best to enhance tread between Pakistan and Indonesia. As a Diplomatic career he said, I Joined theRead More

Pakistani and American experts emphasize IPR’s crucial role in Pakistan’s economic growth

Report by Moazzam Ali Rana (Rnn)  According to Pakistani academics and American legal experts, intellectual property rights (IPR) stimulate economic growth in Pakistan as IPR protects and encourages innovation and creativity which are key factors in generating economic activities, and help industry create new jobs and compete in the international market. This consensus was developed at a roundtable discussion on Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) for entrepreneurship and innovation, with a focus on IT and engineering, jointly organized by the U.S. Embassy and the National University of Science and Technology (NUST)Read More

USAID Promotes Reading on World Book Day through Pakistan Reading Project

Report by Moazzam Ali Rana (Rnn)  In honor of World Book Day, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Mission Director John Groarke visited a school in Islamabad and read books with students. Reading is a critical foundational skill, upon which all future learning – and earning – is built.  According to the 2015 Pakistan Education Statistics, 60 percent of students age 10 and older are literate.  Learning to read takes practice – both in school and out of school.  Communities across Pakistan often lack access to reading materials.Read More