A seven-member British parliamentary delegation is visiting Pakistan from 02-09 April 2017. The visit is a continuation of high level exchanges between the two countries, says a press release received from London here today.
At the age of just 10, British-Pakistani girl Laiba Hussain has achieved extraordinary success by passing her General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) exams. The usual passing age for the exam in Britain is 16.
To mark the Pakistan Day, a flag hoisting ceremony will be held at the Pakistan High Commission, London on 23 March 2017 at 9:30am. The members of the Pakistani community, British friends of Pakistan and representatives of media are cordially invited to attend the ceremony.
Patel: women are key to building post-conflict stability
Countries will only be able to fully recover from conflict if they involve women in building security and stability, International Development Secretary Priti Patel said today following a visit to Afghanistan.
Conservative Friends of Pakistan hosted a workshop- Pathways to Leadership in the World of Politics by Rabia Bhatti on 22 February 2017 in Mayfair. The workshop consisted a discussion by young professionals as well as current and former councillors.
Conservative Friends of Pakistan's Director Mohammed Afzal lead a Press Conference for Andy Street CBE yesterday in Birmingham Holiday Inn where he addressed the current issues the Pakistani Community are facing in West Midlands.
A proud Brummie, Andy Street has combined a career with John Lewis, Britain’s most successful workers’ co-operative, with a host of high-profile economic development roles, working with local and national government.