President says 5G technology can bring a flood of knowledge

President Dr Arif Alvi emphasized the need of imparting education to students keeping in view the modern-day requirements as well as the market demand. Addressing the convocation of the Virtual University in Islamabad, he said that the provision of education in line

UN says India’s citizenship law discriminatory against Muslims

The human rights office of the United Nations voiced concern that India’s new citizenship law is fundamentally discriminatory in nature by excluding Muslims and called for it to be reviewed. “We are concerned that India’s new Citizenship (Amendment) Act 2019 is fundamentally

UN health agency calls for more funding to fight malaria

Despite exceptional headway globally in fighting malaria in the last decade, the progress has slowed in recent years and critical targets will likely be missed, according to a report released by the World Health Organization (WHO). “We’re seeing encouraging signs, but the

UN chief asks nations to stop war against nature

Ahead of a key climate conference in Madrid, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned that the devastating impact of global warming that threatens humanity is pushback from nature under assault. For many decades, the humans have been at war with the planet, and

UN chief speaks heart out at Paris Peace Forum

United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has stressed the need for strong multilateral institutions adapted to challenges of today and tomorrow that can make the UN more effective and agile in this troubled and fractured world. He was speaking at the Paris Peace