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Japanese Foreign Minister’s Commendations 2019 Announced for Pakistan Japan Cultural Association Lahore and MEXT Alumni Association of Pakistan

Zaman Bajwa Islamabad: On July 16, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan has announced to award the Japanese Foreign Minister’s Commendations 2019 to Dr. GhazalaIrfan, President of the Pakistan-Japan Cultural Association (PJCA) Lahore and MEXT Alumni Association of Pakistan (MAAP) in recognition of their significant contributionstowards the promotion of …

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Photo Exhibition titled “Holy Land of Ancient Civilization Pakistan” to be held in Japan

Zaman Bajwa Islamabad: To show the positive and colorful image of Pakistan, members of Photographic Society of Pakistan (PSP) hailing from various cities of the country will be departing for Japan next week to participate in a photo festival being organized by the Photographic Society of Japan (PSJ) from May 27 …

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Imran Series’ novelist Mazhar Kaleem laid to rest

Islamabad: A famed Urdu novelist and lawyer Mazhar Kaleem MA, known for his spy novels ‘Imran Series,’ passed away after a prolonged illness, here on Saturday. He was 75. His funeral prayers were offered at Abdali Mosque here which were attended by numerous renowned personalities belonging to different segments of …

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Govt plans to set up Pakistan Park at Quaid’s Moseleum

Islamabad: National History and Literary Heritage (NH&LH) Division will soon implement the idea of establishing a Pakistan Park at Quaid’s Mausoleum in Karachi which will provide a glimpse of all provinces. “This park will be like a mini-Pakistan,” said Adviser to Prime Minister on NH&LH Irfan Siddiqui during a media …

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Violent winds topple stone pillars at Taj Mahal complex

Agra: A violent storm has destroyed two ancient pillars at the entryways to the Taj Mahal, an official said Thursday, underscoring the fragility of the centuries-old marble monument to love. The four-metre high sandstone minarets topped by ornate spires were left in chunks after being fell by strong winds late …

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