Japan provides funds for Human Resource Development Scholarship to Pakistan

The Government of Japan today announced grant aid worth around 322 million Japanese Yen for the Human Resource Development Scholarship (JDS) Program in Pakistan.

PRCS gets innovative IMS to better deal with emergency situations

The World Food Programme (WFP) and the International Federation of Red Cross & Red Crescent Societies (IFRCS) today handed over an innovative information management system to the Pakistan Red Crescent Society (PRCS)

19 killed in Kabul, Nangarhar blasts

At least 12 lost their lives and several others were wounded as three explosions rocked Afghanistan's capital Kabul on Thursday.

156 Pakistanis Receive Fulbright Scholarships to Study in the US

After receiving the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship, 156 Pakistani students will pursue Master’s and Ph.D. studies or teach at top universities in the United States. 
Bilawal extends govt 'unconditional support' in efforts to 'engage global community'

Bilawal extends govt ‘unconditional support’ in efforts to ‘engage global community’

Bilawal said that in the greater national interest everyone should support Pakistan’s efforts to engage the world.

Pakistan can negotiate swapping Shakil Afridi for Dr Aafia: PM

Prime Minister Imran Khan has said Pakistan can negotiate the release of Dr Shakil Afridi if the US is willing to release Dr Alafia Siddiqui.

Winning candidates asked to submit expenditure details

The ECP has directed all winning candidates in the provincial elections of tribal districts to submit details of their expenditure of elections by July 30.
No trust motion: Senate session called on July 23 on opposition's requisition

No trust motion: Senate session called on July 23 on opposition’s requisition

Chairman Senate said that he is ready to face the resolution lodged by opposition parties for his removal from the Chair.

8 killed in blast outside Kabul University

At least eight people were killed in a blast near the Kabul University in the Police District 3 of the Afghan capital on Friday morning.

Govt in tight spot over tax on steel industry

The government is facing extreme pressure from the opposition as well as within its own ranks to withdraw the tax in tribal districts.
Panelists at the launch of essential services package for social services to women and girls subject to violence by UN Women.

UN women launches essential services for girls subject to violence

The ESP is a global joint program of the United Nations on essential services for women and girls subject to violence.

Japanese Foreign Minister’s Commendations 2019 announced for Ghazala Irfan

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan has announced to award Japanese Foreign Minister’s Commendations to Dr. Ghazala Irfanand MEXT Alumni Association.