US Ambassador to Pakistan David Hale and Rector NUST welcomed more than 200 alumni at 12th Annual Fulbright and Humphrey Alumni Conference
Experts at Climate Change seminar urge Government to introduce Climate Smart solutions and facilitate vulnerable communities
New App will facilitate persons with disability to take part in elections actively, to learn about facilities available to them and how to influence..
Pakistan’s federal and provincial governments should increase their efforts to include Cultural and Natural Sites on World Heritage List of UNESCO..
US Ambassador David Hale presented his credentials to President of Pakistan, Mamnoon Hussain on Thursday, December 3, 2015, in Islamabad.
Shifa Sleep Disorder Center is Islamabad’s first sleep disorder clinic with state of the art technology and experienced consultants, staff
Young South Asian leaders affirm to establish a better-connected, more secure region Peace and Conflict Resolution in Islamabad
To celebrate Human Rights Day 2015, a number of movies focused on topics related to human rights will be screened in Islamabad, Lahore, Karachi
Students from Pakistan interested in the topic of Local, State, and Federal Public Policymaking are invited to apply for participation in the Study..
Highlighting the threats to the Indus Delta, a study calls for transparent and inclusive process to prioritize country’s natural assets..
The recent session of ‘Meet the Writer over a cup of tea’ hosted Pakistan’s renowned poet and columnist, Muhammad Izhar ul Haq.
Pakistan Monument in Islamabad has turned Orange as part of a UN effort to galvanise global support to end violence against women and girls..
New expansion of Islamabad Expressway will have a separate lane for bikers which will enhance road safety and also ensure uninterrupted traffic flow.
Australian High Commissioner Margaret Adamson farewelled 20 Pakistani professionals who have received Australia Awards Scholarship 2016
The World Science Day 2015 seminar was held in Islamabad to connect scientists and students, as well as to encourage students towards scientific education
Islamabad police is seen in new police cars that have been provided by Japan. Environment-friendly vehicles such as hybrid cars were widely used in Japan.