APPNA’s long-standing commitment to offering quality continuing medical education ….APPNA this year is to expand the network of free clinics with the help of its component chapters and to serve the needy members of the community regardless of race, religion or ethnicity. Qatra qatra darya ban jaata hai: drops accumulate to form a river.
Initially started as an Adhoc committee in year 2003, it has now…APPNA offers live CME activities, including courses, conferences, and workshops, taking place at a specified date, time and location.Relations began to strain as both sides began to criticize one another's strategy in the War on Terror, with the United States government frequently accusing Pakistan of harboring members of the Afghan Taliban and Quetta Shura, while Pakistan has alleged that the United States has done little to control security in eastern Afghanistan, where Pakistan's most-wanted terrorist, Mullah Fazlullah is believed to be hiding. one of its least favored countries, and vice versa.Furthermore, as a result of the Raymond Allen Davis incident in Lahore, the secret U. operation in Abbottabad which resulted in the death of Osama bin Laden, followed by the Salala incident, relations between the two countries became increasingly strained in recent years with high levels of mistrust. while Pakistan continues to occupy a strategic position in the United States' interests in Central and South Asia.The young physicians are the source of strength and future of APPNA.
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