Pakistan Malaysia Sign Inter-Governmental Agreement on supply of LNG

Islamabad(Staff Reporter)In a simple ceremony held today at the Prime Minister Office Islamabad, Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi witnessed signing of Inter-Governmental Agreement on supply of LNG between Pakistan and Malaysia.


Islamabad(Staff Reporter)The Islamabad Serena Hotel continues the Culinary Arts  Festival tradition under it’s Cultural Diplomacy initiative and brings the renowned Malaysian star chef Zaidah binti Mohammad Noor to Islamabad who transported the guests to the heart of Asia with her authentic Malay cuisine and impeccable techniques in culinary arts.


Islamabad - Minister of State for Federal Education & Professional Training Mr. Balighur Rehman attended the condolence ceremony of the wife of Malaysian High Commissioner to Pakistan Datuk Dr Hasrul Sani Mujtabar, late Datin Habibah Mahmud at Nur Kan Airbase today.

Minister of State expressed his condolences over the tragic demise of Malaysian High Commissioner to Pakistan Datuk Dr Hasrul Sani Mujtabar’s wife Datin Habibah Mahmud on behalf of the Government of Pakistan and its people at Nur Khan Airbase today.

Seven companies to represent Pakistan in Malaysian trade expo

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (Diplomatic Desk) Business leaders and entrepreneurs from seven Pakistani companies are set to attend the 7th edition of International Trade Malaysia (INTRADE) starting in the Malaysian capital on Tuesday.The three-day event held annually in Kuala Lumpur is expected to draw hundreds of exporters from all over the world and seen as offering opportunities for networking, business match-making, exchange of ideas and expertise amongst the business fraternities from different countries.

Kashmir issue can’t be washed away, say speakers of a seminar in Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur (Diplomatic Desk) The resolution of Kashmir issue is an unfinished agenda of the civilised world and until this issue is resolved in accordance with the aspirations of the Kashmiri people, durable peace in South Asia would remain elusive.

Growing Pakistani community in Malaysia shows it's a flourishing cultural melting pot - Rosmah

Kuala lumpor (Monitoring Desk)The growth of the Pakistani community in Malaysia proves that this country is a flourishing cultural melting pot as it has never hindered cultural enrichment among its plural society.

The prime minister's wife Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor who said this, noted that the Pakistani community here had begun settling in the Malay States during the British colonial rule in the 19th century.

She said in the early stages, they had served as members of the security forces under the British administration and then settled permanently in Malaysia.

Malaysian varsity maps 2000-year-old Gandhara civilisation in Peshawar

Kuala Lumpur (DNA) Pakistan High Commissioner to Malaysia Mr. Shahid Kiani has felicitated a team of 30 Malaysian researchers who recently carried out a seminal study of the 2000-year-old Gandhara civilization in Peshawar.

Malaysians file to feast on Pakistani mangoes at Sindh mango festival

Kuala Lumpur ( Commerce Reporter )Hundreds of Malaysians had a firsthand experience of the taste, succulence and aroma of the famous Pakistani mangoes as they converged on a hotel in Kuala Lumpur to feast on a wide spread of mango delights made out of freshly-arrived mangoes from the southern province of Sindh.

Kuala Lumpur set to host Pakistan mango festival

Kuala Lumpur ( PR ) The residents in the Malaysian capital are set to tickle their palates with the rich taste and succulence of the Sindh mangoes to star at a mango festival being arranged by the Sindh Board of Investment (SBI) in Kuala Lumpur on Tuesday.

The festival is likely to be attended by a large number of visitors and representatives of upscale food outlets and hyper market as well as members of the diplomatic corps, trade bodies and business concerns dealing in the food sector.

‘Non-traditional items can boost, diversify Pak-Malaysia trade’ Malaysia-Pakistan Business Council

Kuala Lumpur ( PR )Malaysia-Pakistan Business Council (MPBC) Chairman Datuk Salim Fateh Din has called for a greater focus on non-traditional items for enhancing and diversifying bilateral trade between Pakistan and Malaysia.


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