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Advisor assures to address issues of nurses

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PESHAWAR: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Minister for Information Shoukat Yousafzai on Wednesday said that government was working to address all issues of nurses including up gradation of nurses schools into colleges to enhance their capacity building.
He said that to ensure timely promotion of nurses, the government has implemented service structure. The minister expressed these views while speaking as chief guest at debate competition ceremony on “International Day for Midwives” held at Nursing School of Khyber Teaching Hospital.
He said that the shortage of nurses across the province would be overcome as their role in the health sector is as important as doctors.
Earlier, Shaukat Yousafzai also participated in awareness walk held in connection with International Midwives Day. He said that nurses role was very important in the medical treatment of patients. He highlighted the importance of experts midwives role in the provision of health care facilities to mother and child, especially in rural areas.
Shoukat Yousafzai said that provision of standard health facilities was the top priority of government for which necessary steps were being taken with the prime focus of remote areas.
He strongly condemned baseless propaganda against polio vaccination and said that people of the province would foil any conspiracy to sabotage this national cause. He appreciated the dedication and hard work of polio workers in the eradication of polio from the province.
He said the country was on the right track under the leadership of Imran Khan, adding the present economic woes were due to wrong policies of corrupt leadership of previous governments.
At the end of the ceremony, he distributed prizes among students winners of the debate competition.

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Russian Pianists Mesmerize Karachiites (VIDEO AND TEXT)

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KARACHI: Music aficionados from all over the Metropolis converged at the patio of Alliance Française de Karachi (AFK) – French Cultural Centre – here on Monday (29th April). The occasion was a piano concert by Russian twin sisters Anastasia & Polina Churbanova. 

KARACHI: Humane Urduphone Consul General of the Russian Federation Dr. Aleksandr G. Khozin announced that the first piece of the evening had been dedicated to Ahmed Mir (late official of the Qatar Airways) who had sponsored the duo’s transportation – Mir died in an accident in the USA.

KARACHI: Conspicuous among others there were  Consul Generals of Russia & France, Commissioner Karachi, Bina Shah (President AFK), Behram & Goshpi Avari (who had sponsored the twin’s stay here), and family members of the late official of Qatar Airways Ahmed Mir.The soirée commenced with two sisters playing German Composer Johann Sebastian Bach’s Minuet & Badinerie  (from Orchestral Suite No.2 in B minor). The next piece was French composer & pianist Francis Poulenc’s Sonate Zu vier Händen. Alexander Scriabin’s composition (Sonata No.3 in F-sharp minor op.23) Andante was performed by Polina whereas, her sister’s solo was Ludwig van Beethoven’s Sonata No. 27 in E Minor op.90. The last scheduled composition played by the twin sisters was Sergei Rachmaninoff’s Barcarolle, Scherzo, Russian Theme, Romance, Waltz and Slava (6 pieces, op.11 for piano four hands). After three curtain calls the twins excused as they were too exhausted to perform.  KARACHI: Talking exclusively to this scribe Anastasia & Polina Churbanova told that they were from St. Petersburg and were playing Piano since they were six. After taking lessons for a year they took part in a globally acclaimed contest named after Lubov Brook. Later in 2003, they won first prize in the famous international competition named after celebrated Russian pianist/composer A. Rubinstein. The twins told this was their second visit to the Port City, a Metropolis where they would love to perform again in future. They give piano concerts in Russia regularly and – besides  Pakistan – had performed in five foreign countries (including Austria, Germany, Holland, & Ukraine). 

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PS: It is pertinent to mention here that this performance was part of an international concert series termed as Classical Music Without Borders.

 

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CG JoAnne Wagner opens Photo Expo “Muslims in America” (VIDEO AND TEXT)

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KARACHI: JoAnne Wagner Consul General of USA, and Syed Sardar Shah Sindh Minister for Culture, have inaugurated a photo exposition titled Muslims in America at Lincoln Corner in the Liaquat National Memorial Library here.

Commenting on the exhibition Consul General remarked: “The images in the exhibit demonstrate two founding principles of American society: those of tolerance of religious diversity; and freedom of religious practice.  Americans are proud of their right to practice the religion of their choice, without any fear,”

The photo exhibition showcases religious diversity and religious freedom in the USA that is home to one of the most diverse Muslim populations in the world.

The exhibit will remain open to the general public till 4th June.

 

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PM Imran says country to come out of challenges after two months

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KARACHI: Prime Minister Imran Khan assured that he will get the country out of every challenge after just two more months of difficulties as whenever bad times have come, country have also gotten out of it.

While addressing at the fund-raising ceremony for the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and Research Centre in Karachi, he expressed that Pakistan is the biggest blessing that Allah has given them. Pakistan will be exemplified as people will come here to find jobs, he added.

PM Imran asserted that nation unites in the difficult time instead of purchasing dollars. “You bear a little when you have loans on your house,” he added. Difficult time comes to teach and strengthen a person. “Man only strives but God gives success,” he expressed.

 

 

 

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