There’s an estimated 1.1 billion people around the world who don’t officially exist as they were never registered at birth. One third of the population in Pakistan is effectively invisible because of this, living without access to education or healthcare. GSMA’s Case For Change came to Pakistan to highlight how Telenor Pakistan is using mobile […]
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It appears that book reading culture is on its way out from our society in general and children in particular. If this challenge of dying book reading habits is not taken head-on, no wonder the habit would be lost once and for all from amongst our younger generation. The District Administration Bahwalpur has decided to intervene […]
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The Islamabad Police used a drone for aerial surveillance and monitoring of the recent Chehlum procession in G-6/2 Islamabad. The Footage from the drone high-definition cameras supports the police to ensure peace and spot anything abnormal well in time. Islamabad already has more than 1900 hundred close circuit high definition cameras installed at various locations. […]
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Pakisan Embassy in Abu Dhabi ( Community Service )
Pakisan Embassy in Abu Dhabi ( Consular Service )
Pakisan Embassy in Abu Dhabi ( Attestation )
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Pakisan Embassy in Abu Dhabi ( Trade Commercial Services )
Pakistan Embassy in Ankara, Turkey ( Consular Service )
Quaid-e-Azam International Hospital, Islamabad