Milne Do: Aman ki Asha’s online petition urging governments to let people meet
Ahead of the visit of the Indian Foreign Minister, S. M. Krishna, to Pakistan on Sept 7, 2012, Aman ki Asha, the peace campaign initiated by the Jang Group and the Times of India, has launched an online petition urging the governments to ease the current restrictive visa regime and let people meet.
The petition titled “Milne Do: India, Pakistan, let people meet” is online at Change.org can be accessed at the link: http://chn.ge/N5ffmQ Organisers hope to collect a million signatures by Jan 1, 2013, Aman ki Asha’s third anniversary, and to present the petition with a million signatures to the respective Prime Ministers of Pakistan and India.
Since its launch on January 1, 2010, the Jang Group of Pakistan and The Times of India peace campaign has strongly lobbied for peace between the two nuclear-armed South Asian neigbours. Aman ki Asha has pushed for dialogue to resolve disputes, aggressively promoted trade and investment as a strong driver of the peace process and advo cated increased people-to-people contacts.
The first Pakistan India Management Summit
Nutshell Forum in collaboration with Aman ki Asha is hosting the first ever Pakistan India Management Summit, “Leadership for New Economic Realities”, on September 20-21, 2012 at Pearl Continental Hotel, Lahore. About 100 Indian and 500 Pakistani delegates are expected to attend this pioneering management event of the year.
The Summit will be a rare opportunity to listen to, learn from and be inspired by some of the highest achievers in South Asia. We’re looking forward to great food, great music, and great conversations with great colleagues – and that, we hope, includes you!
Register now: And become a part of change.
Please contact the Summit secretariat: Zulfiqar A. Rahim on +92333 3027242 and Nooria Razi on +92322 4992246
Address: 204, 2nd Floor, Business Centre, Block-6, PECHS, Shahra-e-Faisal, Karachi.
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