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Ministry Working for Participation of Overseas Pakistanis in Electoral Process

The Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs is working to ensure participation of overseas Pakistanis in the electoral process and convened a number of meetings regarding biometric and electronic machines voting in the election.According to the ‘Two-Year Performance Report’ of the government of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) from August 2018 to 2020, Ministry

Ertugrul Star Meets Terminally ill Pakistani Children

Turkey's leading actor Engin Altan Duzyatan on Tuesday met three terminally ill Pakistani children via video link.The actor is best known for his role as Ertugrul in the Turkish series Resurrection: Ertugrul which became popular worldwide.The event was arranged by Make-A-Wish Foundation in Pakistan's port city of Karachi. It was

Transfast Partners with HBL to Facilitate Pakistani Expatriates

Transfast, a leading cross-border payments service provider, has partnered with Habib Bank Limited (HBL), to facilitate expatriates around the globe to send money to Pakistan.As per details, the remittance facility between Transfast and HBL is now available to the Pakistani expatriates globally.“Through this partnership we will provide our Pakistani customer

First Female Student from Pakistan Gets Selected for an International Training at CERN

Zoniah Ahmad, becomes the first female student from Pakistan to be selected for an international training at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear research and the World’s largest particle physics laboratory in Switzerland.“I’am working here in Technology Department of MSC (Magnets, Superconductors and Cryostats) where I help in designing, constructing

Pakistanis, Other Ethnics More at Risk From COVID-19 in UK

Black people and men of Bangladeshi and Pakistani origin are nearly twice as likely to die from the COVID-19 disease than whites, even when adjusting data for deprivation, a new British report said on Thursday, foreign media reported.The statistics chimed with reports in other Western nations, from Finland to the

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