President calls for adoption of latest technology in medical profession
Speaking at the inaugural ceremony of the Surgeon General International Conference Mamnoon Hussain says rapid changes are taking place in the realm of economy and technology.President Mamnoon Hussain has called for adoption of latest technology in the medical education and profession.Rapid changes are taking place in the realm of economy and technology but role of the medical profession remains the same. Doctors and others associated with medical profession can rightly be concerned about their career but they must also ensure that these concerns do not conflict with basic human values.
India remains involved in subversive, terrorist and terror financing activities in Pakistan- Arrest of Kulbhushan Jadhav is an irrefutable proof of it:FO
At his weekly news briefing, Foreign Office spokesperson Nafees Zakaria says RAW agent Kulbhushan was arrested red-handed.He identified himself and made repeated confessions about his involvement in terrorist and anti-State activities in Pakistan.Based on his confessional statement, terrorist networks were dismantled, a number of terrorist incidents were averted and a number of arrests were made.
Rail based mass transport systems to connect all provinces under CPEC
Minister for Planning, Development and Reforms Ahsan Iqbal tells the Senate that the government always facilitates timely completion of projects.Any delay in project implementation is pointed out to the sponsoring ministry to remove bottle necks and speed up project implementation.Rail based mass transport systems are being established in all the four provinces under China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).Lahore Orange Line Metro Mass Transit Project, Greater Peshawar Region Mass Transit System, Karachi Circular Railway, and Quetta Mass Transit System are part of CPEC.
Pakistan Attaches Great Importance to Relations with Britain: Fatemi
Special Assistant on Foreign Affairs Tariq Fatemi during meeting Lord Qurban Hussain highlights the remarkable progress made by Pakistan during the last four years.Pakistan attaches great importance to relations with the Britain.The remarkable progress made by Pakistan during the last four years in counter-terrorism, economic development and democratic consolidation.Lord Qurban Hussain assured his continued support for Pakistan in the British Parliament and acknowledged the positive impact of Government's socio-economic policies.
Defence Minister says Terms of Reference, Terms of Engagements and contours of the Saudi-led alliance, whenever defined, will be placed before the House
Federal Minister for Defence Khawaja Asif says resolution adopted during the joint session of Parliament to stay out of the war in Yemen would be followed but protection to territory of Saudi Arabia would be ensured.The alliance has not been formed yet.All member states will meet in May this year to formally announce the establishment of the alliance, he said.
The minister assured the House to discuss terms of reference in the parliament formed in the meeting.
Topic : Electoral reforms package will be finalised before presenting new federal budget :Finance Minister
Talking to media after meeting of the Election Reforms Committee, Finance Minister Ishaq Dar says work on the election reforms package will be completed before the federal budget.In the reforms package nine different laws are being consolidated into one law.He expressed the hope that a consensus decision will be made regarding the election reforms.From tomorrow onwards the Sub-Committee of the Election Reforms Committee will meet on daily basis to complete the task at the earliest.
Washington's Relationship with Moscow Is At an All-Time Low: Trump
The US President Donald Trump says that Washington's relationship with Moscow may be at an all-time low now.Trump made these remark at a joint press conference with visiting NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg at the White House.The Russian government has condemned the missile strikes by the United States on a Syrian airbase and has termed it an aggression against a sovereign state.
Russia Vetoes UNSC Draft Resolution on Syria Gas Attack Probe
China, Ethiopia and Kazakhstan abstained from the vote.Russia has vetoed a UN Security Council resolution to condemn and investigate the alleged use of chemical weapons in Idlib province of Syria.Ten countries voted in favour of the resolution while Bolivia joined Russia in voting no.China, Ethiopia and Kazakhstan abstained from the vote.
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