Pakistan

By: Aleena Arshad Multan: Isn’t it a unique view seeing a group of a university students visiting a religious seminary and having discussions over how to promote peace and harmony in society?  It’s not part of any planned documentary but a real event took place in Multan. Muhammad Ali, student of a Muslim religious seminary,
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By Mazin Yousuf Multan: There are plenty of means and methods to generate harmony, tolerance and peace in society. For example, look at cricket, when Pakistan plays a match against any team, the whole nation supports its team, forgetting religious, ethnic and political difference. It indicates that sport can be a good tool to bring
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By: Bilal Siddique Multan:A conference on interfaith harmony was held in Multan in which participants discussed services for protection of minority rights, promotion of peace, human rights and social harmony in Pakistan.  Representatives from different faiths, academics, teachers and government officials focused on the idea of creating an environment where people feel themselves safe, secure
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Karachi, 17 February. The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) calls on the federal and provincial governments to protect the rights of peasants, workers, women and religious minorities in Sindh. Following a hari and mazdoor convention in Hyderabad, and meetings with human rights defenders and professionals in Mithi, HRCP is deeply concerned that vulnerable and marginalised groups are bearing
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Hyderabad, 15 February. Over 1,200 peasants, labourers, home-based workers, sanitation workers and human rights defenders gathered at the Sindh Hari and Mazdoor Convention organised by the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP). Labour rights activists, including men and women from the bonded labour camps near Hyderabad, called on the government to recognise and address the
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By: Amjad Mehdi Multan:A local NGO, Lodhran Pilot Project (LPP) arranged a cricket tournament, under the name of Women Peace League, to promote religious harmony among young girls through sports. Girls from different back grounds are taking part in the cricket tournaments. The basic objective of the project was to mobilize female students from four
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By Arham Faiz Multan: In order to promote peace and harmony in society, an organization called Saiban Kisan Society (SKS) has been working in many areas in and around Multan to promote peace through safe charity.During the harvest season,when substantial portions of crop yields, religious motivated charity and animal hide donations are made to largely
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Multan:An Olive branch is a symbol of peace and olive tree is taken as the most beloved and sacred trees in various cultures and religions. Usage of olive branch as a symbol of peace is related to ancient Greek and roman cultures. In the ancient Rome the defeated army during a war wood use to
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Liberland is ready to promote tourism with Pakistan, Consul General Pakistan Faisal ButtThere could be no better option for foreign tourists than Pakistan.Lahore: Ambassador of Liberland to Pakistan Faisal Butt visited the Northern Territory. During his visit, he toured Naran Kaghan, Skardu, Gilgit-Baltistan and Kailash Valley.Ambassador Liberland Faisal Butt praised the beauty of Pakistan. He
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LAHORE: Feb 1: The services of the minorities’ communities and their notable personalities for the nation were highlighted and acknowledged at a consultation organised by the Youth Development Foundation (YDF) at Ambassador Hotel Lahore on Saturday. The consultation attended by representatives of different faiths was focused on the idea of creating an environment where people
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By: Anila Haroon Expansions of the national grid and more efficient public administration are needed to facilitate investments in clean energy technology in countries like Pakistan. International agreements matter too. Laura Williamson of the Renewable Energy Policy Network for the 21st Century (REN21), which links government agencies, private-sector companies and civil-society activists, has good news:
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LAHORE (January 25): A comprehensive consultative session on how to promote interfaith harmony in Punjab, make it safe from hate and violence and give space to followers of different religions living here was held at Minsters’ Block, next to civil secretariat. Religious scholars belonging to different Muslim sects, Christian, Hindu and Sikh faith leaders, youth
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Beijing, China -(News Lens Pakistan)President of China Media Group (CMG) Shen Haixiong delivered a New Year message to overseas audiences via China Radio International and on the Internet on Wednesday. 2020 is an auspicious and happy number. This is because its Chinese pronunciation sounds like “Ai Ni Ai Ni” meaning “Love You, Love You.” On
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Peshawar:In 1979 I passed my matriculate examination from Bannu district and moved to Peshawar  for continuing my education at Islamia College Peshawar .At that moment Pukhtoon culture was known for its values such as love for freedom , religiosity and an unmatched hospitality in the country as well as across the world. I was also
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By Aleena Arshad Multan: Mandir (temple) Shah Majeed, Multan is one of the unique places of Pakistan, that is sacred for Muslims and Hindu equally and people from both faiths visit the place with religious fervor. The temple situated at Bazar Chowk Multan looks like a beautiful marble building though constructed with bricks and white
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By Asad Irshad Multan: In a bid to promote religious tourism and create religious harmony, Hindu Temple “Beti G kaMandir” is being renovated in Multan city of Southern Punjab. Regarding the restoration of the temple, Punjab Parliamentary Secretary on Information and Culture Muhammad Nadeem Qureshi said that this temple is an asset and promised to
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By Usman Farooq Multan: The homes were decorated and illuminated with colourful lights. People were embracing one other and exchanging gifts on the occasion. Colours were being thrown at each other. The scene cited above was not taken from a movie, this was a scene of Diwali, a Hindu festival, that was being celebrated by
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Written by Kamran Saeed Multan: The city of Multan is one of the oldest cities in this continent. Its history dates back to hundreds of years and many religious festivals have been nurtured on this land. Like many ancient religious and historical buildings, Prahlad temple is also situated on this land. This temple is said
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By Asad Irshad Multan: In Multan a huge number of Participants from Christian, Muslims and Hindu community were carrying placards and banners calling for unity and need for tolerance and interfaith harmony. A local organization had organised the walk for religious harmony in Multan to promote peace and co-existence.The objective of the rally was to
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By Adnan Yaqoob Multan: The project called “Coming Together” has been helping youth from different universities in Multan to bridge the gap between different communities in order to promote inter faith harmony. The projects focuses on Community Resilience, Peace building, Interfaith harmony that brings together students of diverse backgrounds from different universities. The Director of
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Written by Adnan Yaqoob Multan: Mrs. Shakuntala Devi is a resident of Multan and has been attached as singer with Radio Pakistan for the last twenty years. Her sweet melodious voice has earned many fans. She has also been taking very active part in peace promoting activities and has especially worked for creating awareness to
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by Kamran Saeed Multan: The Women Peace League is a platform where a diverse set of female students from BahauddinZakariya University Multan (BZU), University of Education Lahore – Multan Campus (UE, Muhammad Nawaz Shareef University of Agriculture Multan (MNS-UAM) and The Islamia University of Bahawalpur (IUB) came together in a celebration of peace, sports and
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Lahore, 11 December 2019: In collaboration with the Department of Social Work, University of the Punjab, Lahore and under the umbrella of the Labour & Human Resource Department, Government of Punjab, the MRC organized today the conference “Migration from Pakistan: Facts, Challenges and Avenues” to mark this year’s International Migrants Day. The conference was organized
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Many questions have arisen after the Kashana home scandal surfaced. Above all, one of the questions that bothered me was that, what happened? Why Afshan Latif stood up against his own institution and the Minister? Who is that minister?The odor of the department was hidden under a carpet, a chair was placed on it, and
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