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Wednesday, November 20th, 2019

 

Prime Minister Imran Khan received a delegation of Buddhist monks from Korea

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Prime Minister Imran Khan received a delegation of Buddhist monks led by the Most Venerable Won Haeng, President Jogye Order, the biggest denomination of Buddhism in the Republic of Korea, today. The Prime Minister highlighted that Pakistan is the cradle of civilizations, making it a revered destination for the followers of three major religions, Buddhism, Sikhism and Hinduism. He highlighted Pakistan’s commitment to promoting inter-faith harmony and respect for all religions. He said that Pakistan was proud of its Buddhist heritage and his government was focused on promoting tourism, especially,Read More


Government itself allowed Nawaz to travel abroad, CJP Khosa says

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ISLAMABAD, – Chief Justice of Pakistan Asif Saeed Khosa on Wednesday responded to recent remarks by Prime Minister Imran Khan regarding the judiciary, saying it was the government that allowed former prime minister Nawaz Sharif to travel abroad for medical treatment. “Do not taunt us regarding the powerful,” the chief justice said, adding that everyone is equal before the law. He was speaking at the inauguration ceremony of a mobile app, call centre, complete video link facility in five courtrooms of the Supreme Court, research centre and an enhanced website to facilitateRead More


Korean Buddhists pilgrims delegation meets President Alvi

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SLAMABAD (DNA) -President of Pakistan Dr. Arif Alvi received the delegation of the Most Venerable Wonhaeng, President of Jogye Order, the biggest denomination of Buddhism in the Republic of Korea, on Wednesday.   Welcoming the visit of the Most Venerable Wonhaeng the President  stated that the visit would help promote people to people contacts and cultural exchanges between the two countries. He emphasized collaboration in conservation and promotion of historical Buddhist sites of Pakistan. He underscored that Pakistan is proud of its Buddhist heritage which has been carefully preserved as the shared heritage of mankind.


Palestine ambassador meets Senate chairman

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  ISLAMABAD, NOV 20 (DNA)- Ambassador of Palestine Ahmed Rebai met with the Senate Chairman Sadiq Sanjrani and discussed with him matters of mutual interest. The ambassador remained with the Senate chairman for a while and extended to him greetings and well wishes from his Palestine counterpart. The Senator chairman said Pakistani greatly values relations with Palestine and will continue to extending support to Palestinian brothers and sisters. The ambassador also presented the Senate chairman a souvenir.=DNA =============


Korean Buddhists pilgrims delegation meets FM Qureshi

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  ISLAMABAD (DNA) -Foreign Minister Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi received the delegation of the Most Venerable Wonhaeng, President of Jogye Order, the biggest denomination of Buddhism in the Republic of Korea, on Wednesday.   Welcoming the visit of the Most Venerable Wonhaeng the Foreign Minister stated that the visit would help promote people to people contacts and cultural exchanges between the two countries. He emphasized collaboration in conservation and promotion of historical Buddhist sites of Pakistan. He underscored that Pakistan is proud of its Buddhist heritage which has been carefully preserved as the shared heritage of mankind. The Foreign MinisterRead More


Turkey strongly advocated resolution of Kashmir dispute’

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Masood urges UN to avert looming human disaster in Kashmir   ANKARA, November 20 – Azad Jammu Kashmir (AJK) President Sardar Masood Khan has appreciated Turkish leadership particularly President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan for strongly advocating the Kashmir cause. “President Erdoğan strongly advocated a resolution of Kashmir dispute through dialogue in Islamabad and New Delhi and recently and at the UN General Assembly in New York without any fear or favor,” he declared.   The AJK president expressed these views while addressing international conference on Kashmir Turmoil:  Emerging Threats to Peace and Role ofRead More