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Pakistan Ambassador to US H.E. Aizaz Chaudhry met with a Student Ambassador to Pakistan Cody Swartzentruber who is Currently Covering Pakistan under the "Exploring the World" Project Pakistan Ambassador to US H.E. Aizaz Chaudhry met with a Student Ambassador to Pakistan Cody Swartzentruber who is Currently Covering Pakistan under the "Exploring the World" Project
Washington DC: The Embassy of Pakistan hosted Mr. Cody Swartzentruber, Student Ambassador to Pakistan currently working on the project titled "Exploring the World" along with his class fellows today. Mr. Cody Swartzentruber is an 8th Grade student in a high profile Greenwood Mennonite School where 219 students have been allocated different countries of the world under a project to explore similari...
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LARGE PARTICIPATION OF FOREIGN NAVIES IN EXERCISE AMAN-17 IS REFLECTIVE OF CONFIDENCE OF WORLD NAVIES ON PAKISTAN - PM MUHAMMAD NAWAZ SHARIF LARGE PARTICIPATION OF FOREIGN NAVIES IN EXERCISE AMAN-17 IS REFLECTIVE OF CONFIDENCE OF WORLD NAVIES ON PAKISTAN - PM MUHAMMAD NAWAZ SHARIF
Karachi, 14 Feb 17: Multinational Naval Exercise AMAN-17 came to its conclusion with spectacular sea maneuvers and Fleet Review in the North Arabian Sea, today amid a joint resolve of 37 countries - “Together for Peace”. Prime Minister of Islamic Republic of Pakistan Muhammad Nawaz Sharif was the Chief Guest on the occasion. Upon arrival onboard Pakistan Navy Ship NASR, the Chief Guest was rec...
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Changing Shades of India’s ‘Cold Start’ Doctrine Changing Shades of India’s ‘Cold Start’ Doctrine
Massive troop mobilisation along its border by the Indian armed forces is not a new idea to India’s politico-military set up. Such intents were demonstrably clear specifically through Operation Brass Tacs in 1987 under larger umbrella of what is now referred to as the Sundarji Doctrine, named after General Krishnaswamy Sundarji the Chief of Army Staff of the Indian Army from 1986 to 1988. Between...
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The Embassy of Pakistan hosted a New Year Luncheon for Washington based correspondents of US print and electronic media The Embassy of Pakistan hosted a New Year Luncheon for Washington based correspondents of US print and electronic media
Washington DC: The Embassy of Pakistan hosted a New Year Luncheon for Washington based correspondents of US print and electronic media. The event was very well attended by correspondents from CNN, AP, LA Times, WSJ, Boston Globe, Chicago Tribune, Reuters, Fox News, WP, Washington Diplomat, USA Today & BBC. Ambassador Jalil Abbas Jilani welcomed the mainstream US correspondents and briefed them ...
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The Global Undergraduate Exchange Program (Global UGRAD) had brought Pakistani students from diverse disciplines to the United States for one Semester for leadership development. The Global Undergraduate Exchange Program (Global UGRAD) had brought Pakistani students from diverse disciplines to the United States for one Semester for leadership development.
The Embassy of Pakistan had invited a group of 94 Pakistani students who got selected under the Global Undergraduate Exchange Program (Global-UGRAD) for Pakistan. The students had arrived in the US on 3rd Jan, 2017. In the opening remarks, Ms. Aimee Clancy, Director Leadership Practice Program, IREX congratulated the successful Pakistani students upon their selection for Global-UGRAD Program 201...
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It's already 2017 in some parts of the world It's already 2017 in some parts of the world
As 2016 draws to a close, revelers around the world are bidding a weary adieu to a year filled with political surprises, prolonged conflicts and deaths of legendary celebrities. How people are ushering in the new year: Australia Sydney sent up a dazzling tribute to 2016’s fallen icons with a New Year’s Eve fireworks display honoring the late singer David Bowie and late actor Gene Wilder, be...
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Polar Bears’ Path to Decline Runs Through Alaskan Village Polar Bears’ Path to Decline Runs Through Alaskan Village
KAKTOVIK, Alaska — Come fall, polar bears are everywhere around this Arctic village, dozing on sand spits, roughhousing in the shallows, padding down the beach with cubs in tow and attracting hundreds of tourists who travel long distances to see them. At night, the bears steal into town, making it dangerous to walk outside without a firearm or bear spray. They leave only reluctantly, chased off...
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Christmas Dinner hosted at the Pakistan Embassy, Washington DC. Christmas Dinner hosted at the Pakistan Embassy, Washington DC.
Washington: The Embassy of Pakistan and ‘All Neighbors’, a Virginia-based community organization, co-hosted the Christmas Celebrations Dinner in Washington DC tonight. The event was attended by a large number of participants from the tri-state area including faith leaders, families of Pakistani American Christian community, officials of various U.S. government departments and American public. V...
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Media Interaction of Mr. Tariq Fatemi, Special Assistant to Prime Minister/ Minister of State for Foreign Affairs with Mainstream US Print & Electronic Media held at Pakistan Embassy, Washington DC Media Interaction of Mr. Tariq Fatemi, Special Assistant to Prime Minister/ Minister of State for Foreign Affairs with Mainstream US Print & Electronic Media held at Pakistan Embassy, Washington DC
Mr. Tariq Fatemi, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister/Minister of State for Foreign Affairs interacted with mainstream US Print & Electronic media on 05 December 2016 at Pakistan Embassy today. Mr. Tariq Fatemi apprised the media that he is currently visiting US to have interaction with current US administration and to reach out to the officials who are likely to join the new administratio...
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Tropical Storm Otto kills four in Panama Tropical Storm Otto kills four in Panama
At least four people have died in Panama in severe weather caused by the approach of Tropical Storm Otto, officials say. Two victims died in a mudslide, a girl drowned in a river and a boy died when a tree fell on the car taking him to school. His mother, driving, survived. The Panamanian education minister has suspended classes until Thursday. The US National Hurricane Center says Otto i...
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