August, 2018


British High Commissioner inaugurates new Joint Visa Application Centre

Islamabad:  The British High Commissioner, Thomas Drew CMG, inaugurated a new Visa Application Centre in Islamabad today. This new centre will enhance the customer experience of those applying for a UK visa in Islamabad. It is purposely-located in a building near to public transport and with dedicated on-site parking. The new purpose built centre is part of the improved offer for applications for visas in Pakistan, including faster processing times for priority visa applications and simpler application forms. The facilities available to customers include a new On Demand Mobile Visa,Read More

A delegation of students from the University of Peshawar visits the Embassy of the State of Qatar in Islamabad

Islamabad: His Excellency Mr. Saqr Bin Mubarak Al Mansouri, Ambassador of the State of Qatar to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, met with a delegation of Peshawar University students.  During the meeting, the relations between the two countries were reviewed and their bilateral relations were explained by His Excellency who also responded to their queries.  

PTCL holds Football Tournament for Teenagers

Islamabad : An exciting nationwide football event titled ‘PTCL Teens Football Tournament’ was organized for children of PTCL’s employees, aged 16 to 19 years, at Sports Complex, Islamabad. The tournament, including the semi-final and final matches, took place over the span of 5 days. The purpose of the tournament was to promote healthy activities for PTCL families. PTCL created an opportunity for a teenager which encourages them to have a healthy lifestyle. The company remains committed to the wellbeing of its employees, and their families. These events were largely attended by PTCL employees,Read More

that it is for the Afghans themselves to determine the pace and direction of the settlement in the country, Alexey Dedov, Ambassador of the Russian Federation to Pakistan

Islamabad:​​  Russia has no objections to Pakistan’s membership of the Nuclear Suppliers’  Group. We are ready to work towards consensus-based discussions on this issue.  Given the complicated nature of the situation in Kashmir, Russia’s general position is that both countries should find a solution on bilateral basis in light of the Simla Agreement and the Lahore Declaration which they signed and mutually agreed on. On its part, Russia has been trying to build trust between the two countries through the SCO forum. Once trust is restored, they will reach a final solutionRead More