Posts tagged as: policy

Revisiting Afghanistan policy

The withdrawal of US and Nato forces from Afghanistan in 2014 poses a new set of challenges for Pakistan. The presence of US forces in Afghanistan triggered its own dynamics of resistance within the country but in some ways, it did help Kabul and Islamabad to work together, although on several occasions serious tension prevailed. […]

Nisar calls for patience on upcoming national security policy

QUETTA: Interior minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan said on Sunday that developing a national security policy will take some time. Addressing a press conference in Quetta alongside Chief Minister Balochistan Abdul Malik Baloch, he said, “13 years of mistakes can’t be rectified in one day.” Nisar said if building such a policy was a simple matter, […]

No change in establishment’s Balochistan policy: Mengal

QUETTA: All the elections in Pakistan except the one in 1970 were rigged in favour of the establishment and its cronies, said President of Balochistan National Party Sardar Akhtar Mengal on Sunday.In a detailed letter to the Supreme Court of Pakistan, he alleged the Pakistani establishment had virtually blocked the way for true representatives of […]

No change in establishment’s Balochistan policy: Mengal

QUETTA: All the elections in Pakistan except the one in 1970 were rigged in favour of the establishment and its cronies, said President of Balochistan National Party Sardar Akhtar Mengal on Sunday.In a detailed letter to the Supreme Court of Pakistan, he alleged the Pakistani establishment had virtually blocked the way for true representatives of […]

Balochistan admission policy: official view

THIS is apropos of Dr Tariq Ali’s letter ‘Balochistan: controversial admission policy’ (Nov 21). To set the record straight, it goes without saying that with the establishment of Balochistan University of Information Technology, Engineering and Management Sciences (BUITEMS) Quetta in 2002, modern educational facilities are made available to the youth of Balochistan. They are provided […]

Diplomatic reception: ‘No plans to revise visa policy for families of students studying in France’

ISLAMABAD:  At an annual reception hosted for Pak-France Alumni Network (PFAN) on Monday, students and their spouses requested French envoy, Philippe Thiébaud, to revise the visa policy for students studying in France. A large number of alumni and PFAN members gathered at the French embassy for the annual dinner. Apart from PFAN members, several vice-chancellors […]

Aiding pilgrims: Cabinet approves Hajj Policy 2012 unanimously

ISLAMABAD:  The Federal Cabinet on Wednesday gave its unanimous approval to the Hajj Policy and Plan 2012. “After the signing of the bilateral annual agreement between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia, the Hajj Policy 2011 has been reviewed and modified after in-depth analysis and consultation with all stakeholders through Hajj workshops at Islamabad, Lahore, Karachi and […]

Hajj policy 2012: Applications open from May 2

ISLAMABAD: The Minstry of Religious Affairs will start accepting Hajj applications from May 2, after the Federal Cabinet on Wednesday granted its unanimous approval for Hajj Policy and Plan 2012 after reviewing it. The development was announced during a joint press conference by the Minister of Religious Affairs Syed Khursheed Shah, and the Minister of Information […]

JUI-F chief calls for reviewing foreign policy

QUETTA: Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman has said that we would have to revise our strategy in terms of foreign policy and internation Quetta News Sources

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