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  • IHC issues notice to FO over attestation of judge’s papers

    ISLAMABAD: The Islam­­abad High Court on Tuesday issued notices to the Foreign Office and others on a petition seeking issuance of a directive to the Pakistani High Commission in the United Kingdom for attestation of documents related to alleged confessions of a former accountability court judge...

    Mr Butt has filed the petition against the first secretary and Pakistani high commissioner in the UK as well as the foreign secretary for...

  • Education Watch: QAU to charge ‘degree fee’

    The Quaid-i-Azam University (QAU) is asking its current students and those who have already graduated from any of the university’s affiliated colleges in Islamabad to pay an additional ‘degree fee’...

    A notification issued by the QAU examination branch says that students in their first year of either the bachelors or masters programmes and who are not graduating this year are required to pay a degree fee along with the examination fee...

  • Foreign Office's 'Ancient Pakistan' exhibition attracts history lovers

    ISLAMABAD: For the first time in country's history the Foreign Office organised a three-day exhibition reflecting Pakistan's ancient culture and civilisation which attracted a large number of history lovers along with diplomats...

    The three-day event was jointly inaugurated on Monday by Federal Minister for Information Pervaiz Rashid, Adviser to Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz, Special Assistant to Prime Minister Syed...

  • Pakistan, China reaffirm support for each other: Foreign Office

    Pakistan and China reaffirmed their support for each other in “all mutually relevant areas for the benefit of the two countries” during a meeting between Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua and China's Assistant Foreign Minister Kong Xuanyou, a foreign ministry statement stated on Monday...

    The delegations of the two countries had met for the eighth round of strategic dialogue in Islamabad...

  • Foreign Office welcomes UNSC resolution on Yemen

    ISLAMABAD: The Foreign Office welcomed on Wednesday a United Nations Security Council (UNSC) resolution imposing sanctions on Yemen’s Houthi militia and former ruler Ali Abdullah Saleh and called for its immediate and full implementation...

    “Pakistan is pleased to note that this GCC-led initiative in the Security Council conforms with Pakistan’s stated position on the situation in Yemen, in particular our strong support for the unity,...

  • India's move to hold talks with Kashmiris not sincere: Foreign Office

    The Foreign Office on Tuesday disapproved the Indian government's initiative to hold talks with 'all groups and individuals' in India-held Kashmir, including the All Parties Hurriyat Conference, and said that New Delhi "does not appear to be sincere"...

    However, in a statement issued on Tuesday, Islamabad said that India's new measure does not seem "sincere and realistic"...

  • Pakistan had no prior knowledge of Bin Laden, US raid: Foreign Office

    ISLAMABAD: The Foreign Office on Thursday issued a strong denial of the claims made by American investigative journalist Seymour Hersh, who wrote that Pakistan had prior knowledge of the US raid that took Osama bin Laden out in Abbottabad...

    "Pakistan also did not know about presence of Osama bin Laden in Abbottabad," said Foreign Office spokesman Qazi Khalilullah during a news briefing at FO in Islamabad...

  • US has raised no concern over Axact issue: Foreign Office

    ISLAMABAD/LAHORE: Foreign Office Spokesperson Qazi M...

    Read: NYT accuses software firm of running fake degree empireAnswering questions in a news briefing about allegations levelled by a New York Times report against Axact, Khalilullah maintained that no foreign country, including the US, has raised any concern over the issue...

  • Musharraf’s N-technology disclosure embarrassed Pakistan: Foreign Office

    ISLAMABAD: The disclosure made by retired General Pervez Musharraf in his 2006 autobiography that Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan transferred sensitive nucl­ear material to North Korea had come as a big embarrassment to the country, an official of the Foreign Office said on Friday at a meeting of the Senate’s Foreign Relations Committee...

    The disclosure had forced the Foreign Office on the defensive and left it with no choice but to regurgitate...

  • US decision to label Hizbul Mujahideen a terrorist group is saddening: Foreign Office

    The United States' decision to declare Hizbul Mujahideen a specially designated terrorist organisation led by an internationally recognised terrorist is "saddening", the Foreign Office said on Thursday...

    The US Department of State announced on Wednesday that it had designated Hizbul Mujahideen — also known as HM — as a foreign terrorist organisation and as a specially designated global terrorist...

  • Sri Lanka backs Pakistan bid to host Saarc summit: Foreign Office

    Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena has promised to support Pakistan's bid to host the next South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (Saarc) summit, read a Foreign Office statement issued on Wednesday...

    In a meeting with Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua, Sirisena said that the trade body must be strengthened in order to enhance regional cooperation...

  • Pakistan ready for talks with India on terrorism: Foreign Office

    ISLAMABAD: The Foreign Office said on Thursday that Pakistan was ready for dialogue with India on terrorism and would like to discuss Indian role in subversive activities in Pakistani territory...

    Afghan Foreign Ministry spokesman Ahmed Shakib Mostaghani had warned Pakistan against what he described as “unilateral actions by the Pakistani side along the Durand Line” and hinted at a military response...

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