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Successful completion of university roadshows – Huawei ICT skills competition

ISLAMABAD (Sarzameen News)- Huawei ICT skills competition, launched in collaboration with Higher Education Commission Pakistan, which aims to cultivate talents, build ICT talent ecological system in Pakistan. The applicants are more than 7000 university students from all provinces in Pakistan, workshops were successfully held at more than 20 universities all over the country. The visited higher education institutions include

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Vanessa O’Brien, British-American Mountaineer visits Pakistan Embassy

WASHINGTON (Sarzameen News)- Vanessa O’Brien, a friend of Pakistan and an accomplished mountain climber, attended an event in her honor, organized by the Embassy of Pakistan Saturday. Ms. O’Brien is the first British American woman to achieve the distinction of scaling K-2, the second highest peak in the World located in Pakistan, unfolding among others a Pakistani flag at

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Ulma, Mashaikhs to participate in Hazarat Imam Zain Ul Abidien(AS) Conference

ISLAMABAD (Sarzameen News)- To observe the Martyrdom day of HAZRAT ALI (AS) BIN HUSSAIN (AS Imam Zain Ul Abidien(AS), Markazi Imam Hussain Council will arrange Shahdat e Hazarat Imam Zain Ul Abidien(AS) Conference on 14th October 2:30pm at Pearl Continental Hotel, Rawalpindi. Prominent Ulma & Mashaikhs and the representatives of various religions will participate. Today a

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New edition of NBF’S monthly “Kitab” published

ISLAMABAD (Sarzameen News)- The fresh edition of monthly magazine “KITAB” has been published by the National Book Foundation (NBF) consisting of 48 pages with a tag price of Rs 50/-, the members of Readers Club may have this magazine at 55% discount (Rs 23/-only) for each edition whereas Rs. 500/- per annum. Dr. Inam ul Haq

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Students send inspiring salute to teachers on World Teachers Day

KARACHI (Sarzameen News)- The students of SMB Fatima Jinnah Govt Girls School paid a warm tribute to teachers across Pakistan by forming a human chain message commemorating Teachers’ Day. The gathered students formed the phrase “Salam Ustaad” in Urdu, sending a strong message of recognition and respect to the individuals who work tirelessly to educate the future of the country. Inspired by a similar human sentence

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Work in full swing for remodeling Lok Virsa

ISLAMABAD (Sarzameen News)- National Institute of Folk and Traditional Heritage (Lok Virsa) has started work on the renovation of CDs shop, book shop, sharbat shop and Lok Khaba. Executive Director Lok Virsa Dr.Fouzia Saeed told APP that work is in full swing on the reconstruction and remodeling of Lok Virsa to facilitate the visitors with more

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Zong 4G invites underprivileged students

KARACHI (Sarzameen News)- Zong 4G, Pakistan’s No. 1 4G network hosted 10 underprivileged students from Mashal Model School at its headquarters as part of its corporate and social sustainability initiatives. Held under Zong 4G’s ‘A New Hope’ employees’ volunteer program, the activity was centred around Zong 4G’s commitment to making a meaningful impact on the wider

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PTDC to Celebrate World Tourism Day on September 27

RAWALPINDI (Sarzameen News)- World Tourism Day is celebrated on 27th September throughout the world under the theme declared by UNWTO. This year theme declared by UNWTO is “Sustainable Tourism– A tool for development”. PTDC is organizing one day Seminar and two-day Photographic Exhibition on 27th September 2017 at Flashman’s Hotel, Rawalpindi at 1000 hours to mark the day. Federal

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Social media activists launch 3-day tomato boycott campaign

KARACHI/LAHORE/ISLAMABAD (Sarzameen News)- After successful fruit boycott campaign during the Holy month of Ramazan, social media activists have launched a three-day tomato boycott campaign now following exorbitant hike in its price lately. The tomato price skyrocketed on the first day of Eid-ul-Adha and now its price ranges from Rs160 to Rs250 in different parts of the

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Chevening Scholar wins highest academic award at Oxford University

ISLAMABAD (Sarzameen News)- A Chevening Scholar from Pakistan has been awarded the “Saïd Prize” – which is given to the best MBA student at Saïd Business School at the Universityof Oxford. According to press release of British High Commission Islamabad, Ms Kanza Azeemi received the respected award amongst her class of 327 students from 58 countries. Kanza proceeded to UK along with 80 other scholars from Pakistan in 2016

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