January, 2021

 

Azerbaijan and Pakistan enjoyed excellent relations at political level, but trade and economic relations were not matching with them. Ambassador of Azerbaijan to Pakistan , Ali Alizada

Islamabad: H.E.  Ali Alizada, Ambassador of Azerbaijan said that his country was keen to further promote bilateral trade with Pakistan as both countries have tremendous scope to enhance trade and economic cooperation in many fields. He said that Azerbaijan and Pakistan enjoyed excellent relations at political level, but trade and economic relations were not matching with them, therefore, there was a great need to focus on promoting trade relations that would yield highly beneficial results for the economies of both countries. He was addressing the business community during his visitRead More


Pakistani-American doctor erases cancer patients’ medical debt totaling US $ 650,000

NEW YORK : A Pakistani-American doctor has given nearly 200 patients a Christmas gift that he hoped would make their lives “a little bit easier”, erasing their more than half a million dollars in medical debt, according to media reports. Dr. Omar Atiq, who founded a cancer clinic in 1991 in Pine Bluff in the U.S. state of Arkansas, sent out a notice to his patients just days before Dec. 25 saying “the clinic has decided to forego all balances owed to the clinic by its patients,” according to theRead More


Pakistan urges UN to demand India drops ‘fabricated’ case against detained Kashmiri leader Aasiya Andrabi

UNITED NATIONS/ News York : Pakistan has urged United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to ask India to drop “fabricated charges” against Aasiya Andrabi, the founding leader of Kashmiri organization “Dukhtaran-i-Millat”, and to provide her complete legal protections. “India’s systemic crackdown of the legitimate and indigenous freedom movement in Kashmir cannot be given a free pass,” Ambassador Munir Akram said in a letter to the UN chief, released on Thursday. Ms. Andrabi, popularly known as the “Iron Lady of Kashmir”, has been in custody in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK)Read More


China-Pakistan joint air forces training achieves expected goals: Chinese Defense Ministry

BEIJING : The multi-subject practical Chinese and Pakistani air forces joint training recently concluded at an Air Force Base in Pakistan has achieved the expected goals, Chinese Defense Ministry’s Spokesperson Colonel Tan Kefei said on Thursday. From December 7th to 25th, the Chinese and Pakistani air forces held a joint training code-named “Eagle- at the Pakistani Air Force Base. The two sides carried out multi-subject practical joint training, which achieved the expected goals, he said during his monthly briefing held here. The spokesperson said that China and Pakistan are all-weatherRead More