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Some of the most breathtaking scenery in Asia are located in Pakistan - the land stretches from the Arabian Sea forming the southern border of the country, to the mountains in the north , which are among the most impressive alpine regions of the world . In today's Pakistan archaeological sites are also found the first human settlements , which rival those of ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia into nothing .

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Mar 16,2019
 

New Delhi [India], March 16 (ANI): Pakistan High Commissioner to India Sohail Mahmood visited the Dargah of Hazrat Khwaja Syed Moinuddin Hasan Chishti (RA) in Ajmer Sharif on Saturday where the celebrations of his 807th annual Urs are currently underway. A press release from Pakistan High Commission in India read, "The High Commissioner presented the traditional chaddar on behalf of the people an Read More...

Mar 14,2019
 

The first meeting to discuss the modalities and the draft Agreement for facilitation of pilgrims to visit Gurudwara Kartarpur Sahib using the Kartarpur Corridor was held today at Attari, India in a cordial environment. The Indian delegation was led by Mr. S.C.L. Das, Joint Secretary in the Ministry of Home Affairs. The Pakistan delegation was led by Dr. Mohammad Faisal, DG (SA & SAARC) of Pakis Read More...

Mar 09,2019
 

The Indian government and Indian media continue to spread disinformation to mislead the international community, and the Indian people, for domestic political gains, while trying to cover up its failures and resultant embarrassment. Pakistan, on the other hand, responded with maturity, responsibility and resolve in all domains including political, information and response to Indian act of military Read More...

Mar 05,2019
 

The Acting Indian High Commissioner was called to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs today by Dr. Mohammad Faisal, Director General South Asia & SAARC and the following was conveyed: i. Pakistan´s High Commissioner to India will be returning to New Delhi, after completion of consultations in Islamabad. ii. The Pakistan Delegation will visit New Delhi on 14 March 2019, followed by the re Read More...

Mar 01,2019
 

The captured Indian Air Force Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman has been returned to India today. He was arrested when his military jet MIG-21 crashed in Azad Jammu & Kashmir after being shot down by Pakistan Air Force for violating Pakistani airspace on February 27, 2019. While in captivity, he was treated with dignity and in line with international law. Prime Minister of Pakistan Mr. Imran Read More...

Feb 28,2019
 

The operation of Samjhuta Express has been suspended today, in view of the prevailing tensions between Pakistan and India. Samjhuta Express will resume its operations as soon as the security situation improves between India and Pakistan.

Feb 27,2019
 

Today, Pakistan Air Force undertook strikes across Line of Control from within Pakistani airspace. This was not a retaliation to continued Indian belligerence. Pakistan has therefore, taken strikes at non military target, avoiding human loss and collateral damage. Sole purpose being to demonstrate our right, will and capability for self defence. We have no intention of escalation, but are fully pr Read More...

Feb 26,2019
 

Foreign Minister, Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi, briefed the members of the diplomatic corps about the Indian violation of Pakistan´s sovereignty and territorial integrity today when at approximately 0254 hours, 6-8 Indian aircraft were effectively intercepted by Pakistani Air Force Jets and forced to scuttle back while randomly releasing their ordnance which landed in uninhabited remote are Read More...

Feb 21,2019
 

Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday chaired the National Security Council meeting in which he authorised the military to respond "decisively" to any aggression by India. Pakistan's top security body on Thursday said the country was "not involved in any way" in the Pulwama "incident", which was "conceived, planned and executed indigenously". In a statement issued after a key meeting of the  Read More...

Feb 21,2019
 

Subsequent to media reports regarding the death of a Pakistani prisoner, Mr. Shakir Ullah in Jaipur Jail India, our High Commission sought clarity in this regard from the Indian authorities on 20th February 2019 and have been informed now that Mr. Shakir Ullah sustained injuries following a "scuffle" between fellow inmates in the television room in the jail, which proved fatal. According to so Read More...

Feb 19,2019
 

ISLAMABAD (Web Desk) – Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi on Tuesday met Pakistan’s High Commissioner to India Sohail Mahmood in Islamabad. During the meeting, they exchanged views on overall security situation of the region in particular context of Indian allegations against Pakistan over the Pulwama incident. The foreign minister said, "We are seriously reviewing the emerging situation  Read More...

Feb 15,2019
 

Attack in Pulwama (15-02-2019) The Attack in Pulwama in the Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir is a matter of grave concern. We have always condemned heightened acts of violence in the Valley. We strongly reject any insinuation by elements in the Indian government and media circles that seek to link the attack to the State of Pakistan without investigations. Islamabad 14 February 2019

Feb 13,2019
 

Pakistani envoy Sohail Mahmood has hoped that the historic Kartarpur corridor initiative "would be instrumental in further facilitating and fortifying people-to-people bonds". Mahmood interacted with 14th batch of Maharashtra Institute of Technology - School of Government, Pune. The delegation, including some 30 students, pursuing post-graduate degree programme in Political Leadership and G Read More...

Feb 12,2019
 

The envoy expressed hope that the historic Kartarpur Initiative, would be "instrumental in further facilitating and fortifying people-to-people bonds". Youth of the two countries could play a role in transforming the quality of the Indo-Pak relations, Pakistan´s envoy said on Tuesday (Februart 12), and urged them to be the "ambassadors of peace". High Commissioner Sohail Mahmood made t Read More...

Feb 12,2019
 

Pakistan high commissioner Sohail Mahmood Tuesday underscored the significance in bilateral ties of sustained engagement, a result-oriented dialogue process, resolution of outstanding disputes, enhanced regional cooperation and "collective endeavours for shared prosperity". In an interaction with a delegation of students from Pune’s MIT School of Government, Mahmood called for more exchanges betw Read More...

Feb 12,2019
 

Youth of the two countries could play a role in transforming the quality of the Indo-Pak relations, Pakistan´s envoy said here Tuesday, and urged them to be the "ambassadors of peace". High Commissioner Sohail Mahmood made the remarks during an interaction at the embassy, with a delegation of over 30 students, pursuing post-graduate degree programme in political leadership and government  Read More...

Feb 11,2019
 

The 14th batch of Maharashtra Institute of Technology - School of Government (MIT-SoG), Pune, visited the Pakistan High Commission in New Delhi. The delegation included over 30 students, pursuing post-graduate degree programme in Political Leadership and Government. The group had wide-ranging interaction with High Commissioner Sohail Mahmood. Extending a warm welcome to the group, the High Comm Read More...

Jan 29,2019
 

As part of outreach efforts, Pakistan High Commissioner to India Sohail Mahmood visited Kolkata. During the visit, the High Commissioner had interaction with a broad range of people -- including from the academia, media and the civil society. In the academic realm, High Commissioner Sohail Mahmood visited the Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Institute of Asian Studies. Besides conferring with the Chairm Read More...

Jan 25,2019
 

Pakistan High Commissioner to India Sohail Mahmood on Thursday advocated talks and sustained engagement between the two countries to find common ground for improvement of bilateral relations. Quoting Pakistan Prime minister Imran Khan, Mahmood said it is time to move away from the blame game and try to resolve long-standing bilateral issues. "More and more engagement between both the countries i Read More...

Jan 24,2019
 

The Pakistan High Commissioner to India, Sohail Mahmood on Thursday said that the important thing for India and Pakistan is a common "desire for peace" and that there is no issue that can be solved without talking to each other. Speaking to ANI, Mahmood said, "The important thing is this desire for peace and a relation that is cooperative and good neighbourly. Indeed, this has been a complex and Read More...

 
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