British envoy hosts Iftar for scholars.

Deputy British High Commissioner Richard Crowder hosted an Iftar dinner with Chevening scholars and alumni at his residence in Islamabad.

At his speech after the dinner, Mr Crowder said that the flagship scholarship programme this year celebrates 36 years and more than 1,650 Pakistani recipients have benefitted from it. In addition, three debate conferences have been held in Lahore and Islamabad on governance, media and reform issues.

The Iftar event gave scholars and alumni an opportunity to network. Mr Crowder...

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