Samir hosts dinner in honour of Faryal Talpur
A well-known businessman and a PPP leader Samir Mir Shaikh, hosted a dinner in honor of Central President PPP MNA Mrs. Faryal Talpur during the reported week. Deputy Chairman Senate-Senator Saleem Mandviwala, Senior Minister Nisar Ahmed Khuhro, Saeed Ghani Minister for Planning and Development, Nasir Shah Minister for Information, M. Qasim Soomro President Culture Wing and President PYO Sindh Javed Leghari, Shahzad Memon, Rashid Rabbani were also attended the dinner.
In her address Faryal thanked the host for such a gathering and the business community and diplomatic circle for attending. She proudly said that, “We the peoples party and Sindh govt, have provided a safe atmosphere to business community, something that is crucial for any business, in Karachi and interior Sindh. Business people should invest in Interior Sindh so employment issue can be tackled in other parts of Sindh too.”
Aqeel Karim Dhedhi also praised Samir Mir Shaikh and expressed his full support to him. President Sindh PPP & Senior Minister Nisar Khuhro applauded Samir Mir Shaikh tenacity & vigour in his approach towards creating a more solidified business / political scenario. He also announced that the party supports him in his endeavours.
BDHS and BC host the Commonwealth Big Lunch
The British Council in Pakistan and the British Deputy High Commission in partnership with SEED Ventures organised a Commonwealth Big Lunch at the British Council Library during the reported week to celebrate the Commonwealth community and build connections through food. The Chief Guest at the Commonwealth Big Lunch was the British Deputy High Commissioner, Ms. Elin Burns. The event was also attended the British Deputy Head of Mission, Mark Rakestraw, members from media and the business community, as well as O and A Level students from five schools in Karachi that were connected with social enterprise mentors working in various different fields.
The focus of the lunch was to provide the students an opportunity to learn more about social entrepreneurship and inspire them to become change agents by encouraging innovation and creative thinking to overcome the social and economic challenges in Pakistan. SEED Ventures also shared a presentation on the Prince’s Trust International initiative, Enterprise Challenge Pakistan which is managed by SEED Ventures in Pakistan.
Elin Burns said, “We are delighted to hold our own Commonwealth Big Lunch in Karachi that has given us an opportunity to teach young students the importance of social entrepreneurship. Commonwealth Big Lunches are about celebrating being part of the Commonwealth, encouraging people to come together and making new connections. 60 per cent of the Commonwealth population is under the age of 30,and I am delighted we have the opportunity to engage with inspiring young Pakistanis.”I am proud of the fact that Pakistan and the UK share such a strong connection.
Body shop products launch party
The Colorful introduction ceremony on the occasion of arrival of body shop products from abroad held in Local coastal shopping mall during the week. The party was attuned fashion-related personalities Nadia Hussain, Sarwat Gilani, Zalay Sarhari and many fashion influencers.
Zalay Sarhadi said that “Pakistan’s negative impact is now falling in western countries, Due to international quality beauty products; the artists have also reduced the difficulties.”
Nadia Hussain also said that; “Pakistan is a prominent position in the fashion world which is also the use of body shop products abroad.”
We do not have to pay much time for make-up; we are saving our valuable time using these products. Sarwat Gilani said.
Mansoor applauds KTDMC performance
Mansoor Ahmed CEO Karachi Tools, Dies and Moulds Centre (KTDMC) said while speaking to the staff in the ceremony held at company during the week that the youth of Pakistan is extremely talented and can deliver the extraordinary results, when given the right training and platforms. At KTDMC, we yearn to help the youth recognize their talent and serve their best making achievements as big as this, contributing to the one true aim of every Pakistani, a bright future for Pakistan. In Pakistan, less than 5% of the total moulds and dies are developed locally and majority of the tooling is imported from Far Eastern Countries. There is still a huge market for dies and mould industry in Pakistan. We can increase the production up to 25% in next 5 years if we continue to put efforts like this.
Chairman KTDMC, Engr. M.A. Jabbar added that KTDMC is one of the few Government setups that are outperforming itself and the work done at KTDMC is applaudable. It is a huge milestone that KTDMC has achieved and it serves as an example to most government industries that currently reside. The team at KTDMC is extremely dedicated and the efforts are highly appreciable.