Page-2 of Government of Pakistan Current Affairs, GK & News
Iran and Pakistan have agreed to set up a joint border “reaction force” at border. This is to combat the attacks by militant groups on both sides their frontier. Both the nations have decided to collaborate to form the joint quick reaction force by increasing cooperation between border forces and intelligence agencies. Both the countries ..
Topics: Bilateral relations of Pakistan • Countries • Foreign relations of Pakistan • Government of Pakistan • India?Pakistan relations • Iran?Pakistan relations • Pakistan • Pakistan?United States relations
Iran and Pakistan have decided to set up a Joint Border Reaction Force (JBRF) following a number of deadly attacks by militant groups on their frontier. The announcement comes following tensions between the two countries who have in recent months accused each other of not doing enough to stamp out militants allegedly sheltering across the ..
US has urged China not to shield Pakistan and rather join the international community in calling on Islamabad to take action against terrorists operating on its soil. This came aftermath to the Beijing’s decision to block a bid in the United Nations to designate Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) Chief Masood Azhar as a global terrorist. US also ..
Topics: Balakot airstrike • Crime in India • Government of Pakistan • Inter-Services Intelligence • Jaish-E-Mohammed • Jem • Kashmir Conflict • Masood Azhar • Pakistan • Pulwama attack • Punjabi people • Terrorism • United States
On 2 January 2019, President Arif Alvi appointed Justice Asif Saeed Khosa as the new Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP). Khosa will succeed Mian Saqib Nisar on 18th January and will remain at seat till December 20, 2019. The Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) is the head of the court system of Pakistan (the judicature ..
Topics: Asif Saeed Khan Khosa • Chief Justice of Lahore High Court • Chief Justice of Pakistan • Chief Justices of Pakistan • CJP • Government of Pakistan • Judiciary of Pakistan • Khosa • Law by country • Mian Saqib Nisar • Pakistan • Supreme Court of Pakistan
Asma Jahangir, Pakistan’s human rights activist and lawyer, has been posthumously awarded the 2018 UN Human Rights Prize along with three other winners. The other winners of the prize are Rebeca Gyumi of Tanzania, Brazil’s first indigenous lawyer Joenia Wapichana and Ireland’s human rights organisation Front Line Defenders. The United Nations Prize in the Field ..
Topics: Asma Jahangir • Benazir Bhutto • Government of Pakistan • Liaquat • Malala Yousafzai • Pakistani people • Prime Ministers of Pakistan • Ra'ana Liaquat Ali Khan • United Nations Prize in the Field of Human Rights • United Nations special rapporteurs • women • Women in Pakistan