پاکستان عوامی سوسائٹی کویت کے زیرِ اہتمام شہدائے کربلا کو خراجِ عقیدت پیش، کرنے کے لئے مشاعرے کا انعقاد6 اکتوبر 2017
کویت میں مقیم پاکستان کے نامور شعرائے کرام اور محّبِ اہلِ بیت نے بارگاہِ وفا میں سلام کا نظرانہ پیش کیا
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Ishfaq Khan the President of ICS (Indian Cultural Society Kuwait) is Receiving shield of appreciation from Senior Pakistani Actress Salma Agha in Dubai for his best performance in arranging high quality events in Kuwait.
حکیم طارق محمود ، چوہدری کرم باؤ گجر اورمحمد عرفان کی قیادت میں فکر حسین علیہ السلام کانفرنس خصوصی خطاب صاحبزادہ پیر سلطان فیاض الحسن سروری قادری
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Pakistan Academy for Special Kids, a commendable self-help initiative of the Pakistani community in Kuwait, opened its door today to provide support for the Pakistani community ‘Children with Special Educational Needs’ (CSEN). The Academy will operate on the premises of Oxford Pakistan English School at Jaleeb Al-Shwaikh, Kuwait. At the inauguration ceremony, His Excellency Mr. Ghulam Dastgir, Pakistan’s Ambassador to Kuwait while extending the Embassy’s continued support for the initiative and appreciation for the efforts of Pakistan Women Forum and the Principal and management of Oxford Pakistan English School at Jaleeb Al-Shwaikh, Kuwait appreciated that the opening of Pakistan Academy for Special Kids is commended by Pakistani community at large and has energized the community with confidence and a positive spirit. This initiative was taken by the Embassy of Pakistan in Kuwait with the help of Pakistan Women Forum and Oxford Pakistan English School at Jaleeb Al-Shwaikh, Kuwait to support special needs children. Earlier, a Parents Supports Group was established to encourage the parents to connect to each other and help themselves by learning from each other’s experiences. Pakistan Women Forum, Kuwait, played a pivotal role in organizing meetings to bring the parents of special needs children together with the aim of easing the social pressure and provide an environment of love and respect that these children deserve.
KUWAIT CITY: Pakistanis can now apply for Kuwait’s visa as the country has decided to lift its visa ban on Pakistan after six years.
The decision was made during the meeting between Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Kuwait Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al Sabah on Tuesday.
PM Nawaz had arrived at Bayan Palace on Tuesday to hold talks with the leadership of Kuwait. The two countries also plan to collaborate and establish a joint council for business. Alongside, both the countries will work together on five different fields.
PM accompanied by a high-level delegation had arrived in Kuwait on Monday upon the invitation of Amir of Kuwait. The PM was expected to address businessmen, investors, and Pakistani community as well.
In 2011, Kuwait suspended all tourism, visit, trade visas as well as visas sponsored by spouses for nationals of Syria, Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan and Pakistan. According to reports, the ban was placed due to “difficult security conditions in the five countries” and to “the remarkably increasing tendency of nationals from the five countries to apply for visas to bring in relatives who faced or could face arrest by local authorities.”