Human Appeal efforts for humanity praise worthy: Junaid

LONDON: Junaid Jamshed, Pop-singer turned religious scholar has termed the service for humanity best prayer to please Allah Almighty.
“The persons and organizations busy in serving humanity by one way or the other must be supported as it is our human and religious obligation”, Junaid Jamshed said while addressing…

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Silence of Muslim rulers over Burma massacre tragic: Afsar Shahid

ROCHDALE: AJK Minister for Auqaf and Zakat Chaudhry Afsar Shahid has said whole Muslim world is protesting the massacre of Burmese Muslims at the hands of Buddhists but the silence of Muslim rulers over this biggest human tragedy is point of concern for entire Muslim world.
“Muslims are seriously concerned…

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Muslim Aid launches Ramadan 2015 campaign

London: Prominent MPs and Minsters supported international NGO Muslim Aid to celebrate the launch of its 2015 Ramadan campaign. Key note speeches were delivered by John Penrose MP Parliamentary Secretary at Cabinet Office, Mary Creagh MP Shadow Secretary of State for International Development and Rehman Chishti MP for Gillingham and…

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Television channel of Ausaf will be on air soon: M Khan

BIRMINGHAM: Addressing ‘Ausaf’ Forum Group Editor Mohsin Bilal said highlighting Kashmir issue and issues of Kashmiri and Pakistani community in Britain remains top most priority of ‘Ausaf’.
‘Ausaf’ is making all out efforts for equal coverage of all political, religious and social organizations. It was effort of the organization to…

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10 Pakistanis won Britain polls, Cameron ready for 2nd term

LONDON: Conservative Party won the general elections of Britain while Labour Party faced worst defeat round the country particularly from Scotland the party stronghold. British Prime Minister David Cameron started preparations for form the government for second consecutive time.
Ten British Pakistanis returned successful in the British polls while Conservative…

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PIA not left a chance to suck blood of overseas Pakistanis

MANCHESTER: The uneven and unwanted increase in fairs by Pakistan International Airline (PIA) national flag carrier has again proved that the airline is not ready to let any chance to suck blood of overseas community.
The national airline shocked travel agents and passengers on Thursday when it announced increase in…

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Bannat ul Muslimeen with success win community’s confidence

ROCHDALE: the launch of Bannatul Muslimeen North West was held in Rochdale which was hosted and conducted by Councillor Asim Rasheed, Councillor Muhammad Zaman and Julie Ward Member European Parliament from Rochdale. The Bannatul Muslimeen team was consisting of its Chairperson Sumera Farrukh, Vice Chairperson Anila Asad, Projects Head Councillor…

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OPT Solidarity with the People Struggling against Racism

London: Overseas Pakistan Trust once again gave its guests an evening to remember with a glittering event celebrating Pakistan Day to observe “Week of Solidarity with the People Struggling against Racism and Racial Discrimination” with a special community integration event in west London. Cllr Natasha Shaikh opened the evening and…

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Pakistani Chevening and Commonwealth Scholars welcomed by FCO

London: Pakistani Chevening and Commonwealth Scholars were hosted at a reception at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO). Mr Tobias Ellwood, Minister for Pakistan at the FCO hosted the reception. H.E. Syed Ibne Abbas High Commissioner attended the event on the invitation of the Minister. About 50 scholars were…

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Muslim Aid praised by British MP's

London: The international development agency, Muslim Aid, held a panel discussion on ‘’Building stronger communities in fragile states’’ on Thursday 12th of March 2015 in the Boothroyd Room, Portcullis House. The event was organised in collaboration with Rehman Chishti MP, Member of Parliament for Gillingham and Rainham.
The event was…

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Shock for Pakistanis LP gives ticket to Somalian lady

BRADFORD: Labour Party gives party ticket to Somali origin Councillor Amina Ali of Tower Hamlet to contest the upcoming Parliament elections.

It is a big shock for Pakistani community particularly silent spectators who are not taking any part in British politics, as they were of the view that ticket goes…

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Culture of saints to be highlighted in London on April 11

LONDON: British Pakistanis can be saved by the effects of terrorism and extremism by highlighting the real culture of sub-continent among them.

These were the views of officer bearers of Pakistan Cultural Foundation during a press conference.

The Foundation officials who addressed the media including Ikram Khan, Tanveer Zaman…

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