The media in Pakistan is “among the freest in Asia”, according to World Press Freedom Report 2016 by Reporters Without Borders (RSF)
Australia Day in Spring 2016 celebration in Pakistan engages youth in education and training opportunities to enhance links between two countries
NUST Community Service Club students volunteered several hours to renovate Islamabad Model College for Boys i nH-11 sector of Islamabad
Islamabad Earth Day Bike Ride will be held on April 22 by Climate Reality Project, Critical Mass Islamabad, Islamabad Cycling Association and Do Good Mob
Around 300 entrepreneurs from Islamabad and Rawalpindi attended Startup Cup 2016 Business Mentoring Program organised by The Indus Entrepreneurs and U.S. Embassy
Book lovers in Islamabad will be treated to a literary feast with book fairs, literary festivals, conferences and cultural events in April 2016
Young women from Islamabad, Rawalpindi participated in football matches by Serena Hotels and UN Women to celebrate Day of Sports for Development and Peace
Pakistan’s first Migrant Resource Centre inaugurated in Islamabad to offer services to migrant workers, their families and promote safe migration
Over 200 young activists and alumni of U.S. exchange programs from South Asia attended Pakistan-U.S. Alumni Network (PUAN) Youth Activism Conference 2016
A 2-Day Exhibition on the theme of ‘Stimulating Environment for Early Childhood Development’ (ECD) began this Friday in Rawalpindi.
Pakistan and Afghanistan must restore the trust between two countries, Pakistan’s Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz and Afghan Ambassador agreed.
Islamabad Literature Festival 2016 will feature around 165 authors, academics, journalists, and artists from Pakistan and abroad
Over 7 million cases of diabetes were reported in Pakistan in 2015, making it essential for Pakistan to make diabetes prevention a priority
Careem, an affordable yet comfortable cab service, has been launched in Islamabad now. You can access it via Careem App, website or call.
The protest-turned sit-in in Islamabad is in its third day. Citizens facing problems because of roads blockades, suspension of phone services
A public library ‘Shehr-e-Kitab’ or City of Books has been opened at Markaz F-7, Jinnah Super Market, Islamabad.