Tag: Tolerance

No tolerance for terrorists

The cowardly act of suicide attack on the residence of CID SSP Chaudhry Aslam claiming 8 precious lives is an eye-opener for the police...

CJP calls on lawyers to ensure zero tolerance for corruption

Supreme Court Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry on Saturday stressed upon the legal community to ensure transparency and zero tolerance for corruption in the...

Strategic tolerance: Cultivate it to survive and grow

The executive at General Motors who, with the authority of GM’s top management behind her, brought Cadillac back to top-ranked quality ratings for luxury...

Radio programme to spread tolerance

In a bid to promote culture of tolerance, patience and constructive debate, the Centre for Research and Security Studies (CRSS) in collaboration with Pakistan...

Seminar on ‘Advances in ecophysiology of salt tolerance’ – ‘Cultivating halophytes...

KARACHI - The successful experiments of growing halophytes in the coastal areas of Sindh and Balochistan will not only help strengthen the country's economy, but also create job opportunities for the under-privileged people of these areas, University of Karachi (KU) Vice Chancellor Dr Pirzada Qasim Raza Siddiqui said on Monday.
"Pakistan is an agro-based economy, and issues specifically salinity is putting negative impact on crop cultivation," he added. He was addressing a

Workshop on ‘Advances in ecophysiology of salt tolerance’ today

KARACHI - A workshop titled 'Advances in ecophysiology of salt tolerance' will commence at the University of Karachi today (Monday). A university official said on Sunday that the three-day workshop is being held under the auspices of the Institute of Sustainable Halophyte Utilisation, University of Karachi. Federal Urdu University of Arts, Science and Technology Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr. Muhammad Qaiser will be the chief guest at the inaugural session. The event will focus on recent

Pakistan, US urge tolerance

WASHINGTON - Pakistani and US leaders pleaded Wednesday for religious tolerance at a memorial service in Washington for Shahbaz Bhatti. Husain Haqqani, Pakistan's ambassador to Washington, said he decided to hold a service for Bhatti at the embassy as there was an "unconscionable silence" by many Pakistanis who in their hearts are respectful of other faiths. "When Shahbaz Bhatti was murdered and we remain silent, some of us have died with him," Haqqani told the service attended by US

‘Zero tolerance for insurgency’

SWAT - Maj Gen Javed Iqbal Ramday, commanding officer in Swat on Monday urged militants to surrender and warned of dire consequences if they continued their insurgency. "Further violence and terrorism would not be tolerated in Swat," Maj Gen Javed Iqbal Ramday said while talking to journalists here. He said that people of Swat, armed forces and police rendered tremendous sacrifices for peace. He said no one would be allowed to disrupt peace in the area.
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Pakistan needs tolerance: Shahbaz

LAHORE - Pakistan is facing serious challenges and needs tolerance, brotherhood and unity like never before, Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif said on Sunday.
He was talking to members of the provincial assembly (MPA). The CM said that it was important that collective efforts were made for the solution of the problems being faced by the country and he was ready to go to anyone for this purpose. Shahbaz said that Pakistan was facing terrorism and extremism and progress and

Tolerance is the key to the future: Kasuri

LAHORE - Former Foreign Minister and senior leader of PML-Q Likeminded group Khurshid Mahmood Kasuri while condemning the assassination of Governor Salman Taseer said nation must work above the sectarian divide to save the country from extremism.
Recording his reaction over the killing of slain Governor Punjab with Pakistan today here Wednesday, he said that the brutal killing of Punjab Governor was a question mark over the changing mindset of fanatics and if it was not be

President, PM call for tolerance, harmony

ISLAMABAD: People should maintain peace and keep a watch-out for those who want to disrupt sectarian harmony, President Asif Ali Zardari said in his message on Youm-e-Ashur.
Imam Hussain's (as) lesson of enduring hardships and embracing martyrdom in face of tyranny and oppression instead of accepting defeat should be taken as guidance, he said, adding that "falsehood must be resisted at all costs."
"Terrorism is tyranny and militants are killing innocents," he said, adding