Travel Advisory: Pakistan bans travel from Cat C countries, as Covid-19 spikes

REVISED APRIL 04, 2021 ISLAMABAD (APP): Amidst a spike in the Covid-19 cases, Pakistan’s Civil Aviation Authority again updated its travel advisory putting a complete travel ban for international travellers from 22 Category C countries. The Civil Aviation Authority withdrew all earlier exemptions given to Pakistani passport holders, Pakistan Origin Cardholders, and those having National… Continue reading Travel Advisory: Pakistan bans travel from Cat C countries, as Covid-19 spikes

Travel Advisory for international Travellers to Pakistan gets a review

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ISLAMABAD, MAR 1 (APP): The Civil Aviation Authority of Pakistan has updated its travel advisory for international travelers to Pakistan from March 1 and modified the countries placed in Categories A, B, and C. Category A countries: (21) The travelers from Category A countries can travel to Pakistan and do not require a Covid19 PCR… Continue reading Travel Advisory for international Travellers to Pakistan gets a review

CAA revises Travel Advisory for international passengers to Pakistan

Travel Restrictions - Pakistan - Covid19

ISLAMABAD, Jan 30 (APP): The Pak­is­tan Civil Aviation Autho­rity (PCAA) in its updated travel advisory has restricted travelers from six Category-C countries and revised the list of countries whose travelers do not need a test report. According to fresh guidelines issued by the national civil aviation authority from February 1 only those travelers from Category-C… Continue reading CAA revises Travel Advisory for international passengers to Pakistan

Updated CAA travel advisory for international passengers

Travel Restrictions - Pakistan - Covid19

ISLAMABAD, Jan 5 (APP): The civil aviation authority on Tuesday updated its travel advisory and the list of countries whose passengers would not require any Covid-19 test reports for arriving in Pakistan from January 6. According to the updated Standard Operating Procedures announced by the authority, the passengers arriving in Pakistan have been divided into… Continue reading Updated CAA travel advisory for international passengers

COVID-19: CAA explains guidelines for Pakistanis returning from UK

ISLAMABAD, Dec 22 (APP): Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) on Tuesday said all Pakistanis holding business, visitor, and transit visas in the United Kingdom could return to the country with negative Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test reports for the coronavirus (COVID-19) conducted within 72 hours before boarding the plane. Similarly, Pakistani passengers holding study, family, work,… Continue reading COVID-19: CAA explains guidelines for Pakistanis returning from UK

Pakistan, Mango’s export increases by $104 million in 2019-20: MOC

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ISLAMABAD, Dec 12 (APP): The Ministry of Commerce on Saturday informed that the export of local Mango increased from $ 104 million in 2019-20 from $78 million in the previous year 2018-19. The main markets for Pakistan’s export are United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, Afghanistan, Oman and Saudi Arabia, said a press release issued by… Continue reading Pakistan, Mango’s export increases by $104 million in 2019-20: MOC

Indian hackers target Pakistani websites

A few Pakistani websites came under attack from the Indian hackers Wednesday, but were restored after upgrading their security. The official website of the Civil Aviation Authority and PIAC early Wednesday came under an attack by an Indian hacker duo, however the CAA’s IT team restored the site after a brief interval, with no data… Continue reading Indian hackers target Pakistani websites

Pakistan to expose Indian HR abuses in IIOJK at OIC FMs, Kashmir Group moots

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ISLAMABAD, Nov 11 (APP): As the 47th OIC Council of Foreign Ministers is scheduled to meet in the last week of this month, Pakistan will expose India for its human rights abuses in occupied Kashmir, besides its continued actions to fan Islamophobia. This year, the foreign ministers’ moot of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC)… Continue reading Pakistan to expose Indian HR abuses in IIOJK at OIC FMs, Kashmir Group moots

Indian Muslim woman protester among Time’s 100 most influential people

Indian Muslim woman protester among Time's 100 most influential people

NEW YORK, Sep 25 (APP): An elderly Indian Muslim woman, who became the face of last winter’s extraordinary female-led protest in New Delhi against India’s anti-Muslim citizenship law, is on Time magazine’s list of 100 “Most Influential People of 2020”. Bilkis, 82, was part of hundreds and thousands of women, who peacefully protested against the… Continue reading Indian Muslim woman protester among Time’s 100 most influential people

CAA issues new SOPs for int’l passengers

ISLAMABAD, Sep 24 (APP): The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has issued new Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for international passengers, removing the requirement of vacant seats between travelers. The SOPs come into effect immediately and would remain intact till December 31, said a news release. Passengers shall be required to install Pass Track App, available at… Continue reading CAA issues new SOPs for int’l passengers

UN rights expert “deeply concerned” over situation of Muslims in India: Report

UNITED NATIONS, Sep 11 (APP): A United Nations human rights expert has voiced deep concern over the discriminatory treatment of Muslims in India following the enforcement of the new, highly controversial citizenship law. The United Nations Special Rapporteur on Minorities, Fernand de Varennes, said in his latest report that he continues to receive “disturbing reports”… Continue reading UN rights expert “deeply concerned” over situation of Muslims in India: Report

PIA operates special flights for repatriation of stranded Pakistanis from across world: Senate told

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ISLAMABAD, Aug 26 (APP): State Minister for Parliamentary Affairs Ali Muhammad Khan on Wednesday informed the Senate that Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) operated special flights for the repatriation of stranded Pakistanis from across the world in wake of COVID-19 pandemic. Responding to a question during question hour he said, that Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) had… Continue reading PIA operates special flights for repatriation of stranded Pakistanis from across world: Senate told

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