First Pakistani high-end biodegradable carpet outlet opened in Paris

Ambassador of Pakistan to France, Moin-ul-Haque. (Photo courtesy: social media)
Updated 22 May 2018
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First Pakistani high-end biodegradable carpet outlet opened in Paris

ISLAMABAD: Multan Carpet Industries has opened its first outlet and warehouse in Paris under the name “Noble Natural” to market Pakistan-made, biodegradable, synthetic and handmade high-end carpets and rugs.

Ambassador of Pakistan to France, Moin-ul-Haque, during his visit to the showroom recently termed the opening of the outlet in the posh business area of Paris as a giant leap forward to introduce Pakistan’s hi-tech and environmentally-friendly carpets to the European Market, said a message received here on Tuesday.

The Ambassador appreciated Khalid Saeed, CEO of the Multan Carpet Industries, for taking the bold initiative, saying that this would serve as a trend setter for other Pakistan brands and industrial houses to introduce their high-end products in the rich and affluent European market.

While briefing the Ambassador, Saeed said that the raw material used in making of carpets and rugs was derived from natural cotton, wool and jute and no chemicals or dyes were added, making the product eco-friendly and biodegradable to meet new trends and standards of the European market.


Five mosques vandalized in central England

Updated 21 March 2019
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Five mosques vandalized in central England

  • British Home Secretary Sajid Javid says that the Birmingham attacks are “deeply concerning”
  • The incidents in Birmingham come just days after an attacker killed 50 worshippers in two mosques in New Zealand

LONDON: Counter-terrorism officers in central England are investigating attacks on five mosques in which windows were apparently shattered by a sledgehammer.
The attacks in Birmingham are being treated as linked. No motive has been established.
The incidents in Birmingham come just days after an attacker killed 50 worshippers in two mosques in New Zealand. The attack last week prompted many leaders in the UK to reach out to Muslims and offer support and reassurance.
British Home Secretary Sajid Javid says that the Birmingham attacks are “deeply concerning.”
In a tweet, Javid stressed that “hateful behavior has absolutely no place in our society & will never be accepted.”


Birmingham City Council cabinet member Waseem Zaffar wrote on Twitter that the community “will fight back against any hate and division with love, peace and harmony.”