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World population to reach 8.5 billion by 2030, driven by growth in developing countries: UN -
UNITED NATIONS, July 30 (APP): The world's population is projected to reach 8.5 billion by 2030, 9.7 billion by 2050 and exceed 11 billion in 2100, with India expected to surpass China as the most populous around seven years from now and Nigeria overtaking the United States to become the world's third largest country around 35 years from now, according to a new United Nations report.


Newly found debris likely came from missing MH370: U.S. investigators -
NEW YORK, July 30 (APP): U.S. investigators have concluded that the piece of aircraft debris found Wednesday near a French island in the southern Indian Ocean came from a Boeing 777, raising the odds that it belongs to the mysteriously vanished Malaysian airlines flight MH370, The New York Times reported Thursday.


Newly found debris likely came from missing MH370: U.S. investigators -
NEW YORK, July 30 (APP): U.S. investigators have concluded that the piece of aircraft debris found Wednesday near a French island in the southern Indian Ocean came from a Boeing 777, raising the odds that it belongs to the mysteriously vanished Malaysian airlines flight MH370, The New York Times reported Thursday.


Pak-US ties marked by deep cooperation, trust: Fatemi -
WASHINGTON, July 29 (APP): The current ties between Pakistan and the United States are marked by deep cooperation and the Obama administration acknowledges efforts by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif for peace and stability in South Asia.


'Prevent hepatitis; Act now,' declares UN on World Day targeting hepatitis B and C -
UNITED NATIONS, July 28 (APP):  Marking World Hepatitis Day 2015,  the  U.N. World Health Organization (WHO) and its partners have urged policy-makers, health workers and the public to act now to prevent infection and death from the infectious disease.



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Pakistan's Special Olympians lived up to expectations
LAHORE, July 30 (APP)- Pakistan's Special Olympians lived up to the tradition of winning significant number of medals for the country in every world Games and won as many as Seven Gold, & three Bronze in various sports on Thursday at Los Angles.
 
17 int'l teams confirm entry in Snooker Championship
ISLAMABAD, July 30 (APP): Pakistan Billiards and Snooker Association (PBSA) Thursday confirmed entries of 17 international teams in the Jubilee Insurance World Six Red and Team Event Snooker Championship to be staged in Karachi from August 7 to 15.
 
Indian team issued NoC for 6-Red World Snooker
KARACHI, July 30 (APP): Interior Ministry Thursday granted the Clearance to Indian team for participation in IBSF World 6-Red and Team Snooker Championship starting here from August 6, Pakistan Billiards and Snooker Association (PBSA) announced here.
 
Pak team to play Thailand in opener of Asian volleyball competition
LAHORE, July 29 (APP)- Pakistan volleyball which arrived in Tehran today, Wednesday will play Thailand in its opening match on the Asian volleyball championship on July 31 at Azadi hall.
 
Pakistani footballers likely to qualify for top round of Chicago's Kids Cup tournament
CHICAGO, July 24 (APP): Pakistan's Street Children  Football team scored its second victory in the KICS Cup being played  in the US state of Chicago, is likely to qualify for the final of the tournament. 
 
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Compensation package for Hunza affectees soon; Gilani PDF Print E-mail
ALTIT (HUNZA), May 21 (APP): Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani said that following the damage assessment a compensation package would soon be announced for the Hunza lake affectees and assured funds from the federal government on priority.Gilani who is here on a day-long visit to assess the situation caused by the landsliding at Atta Abad and the blockage of the Hunza river, said it was important to turn challenges into opportunities.He prayed for those killed in the natural calamity and appreciated the courage with which the people braved the disaster.  He said it was a temporary phase and they would be able to return to their homes soon.

He said the 22 km stretch of damaged portion of Karakoram Highway would be repaired as soon as the water recedes. He also promised generation of economic activity so that the people who have suffered financial loss may stand up on their feet.
Prime Minister Gilani regretted the delay in disbursement of the funds for the Gilgit Baltistan and assured that allocations would be made for the people in the budget.
He said government was committed to empower the people, and particularly the women and would do all to remove their sense of deprivation.
He said the smart cards under the Benazir Income Support Program would help the people meet their basic needs. He said the government of Pakistan Peoples Party would ensure that the promises made to the people by Shaheeds Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto and Benazir Bhutto would be kept and they would soon witness a positive change in their lives.
He regretted that due to bad weather he could not visit earlier and said he however kept in touch with the authorities about measures to drain the lake and relief activities.
The lake was created on January 4 as a huge landslide blocked the flow of Hunza river and carried along with it the Atta Abad village. The artificial lake has stretched back to 23 km, submerging a number of low-lying villages, destroying crops and fruit trees.
Estimates put the volume at around 100,000 acre feet and was rising daily as increasing summer heat melted the glaciers upstream.
Prime Minister, accompanied by Minister for Information Qamar Zaman Kaira, Interior Minister Rehman Malik, Minister for Water and Power Raja Pervaiz Ashraf, also had an aerial view of the artificial lake and the affected areas.
He was informed that the boat service has been stopped and stranded people would be ferried through helicopters and supplies dropped.
Earlier he was received at the airport by Governor Gilgit Baltistan, Chief Minister and Federal Minister in charge.
Earlier Chairman NDMA Lt Gen Nadeem Ahmed briefed the prime minister about the situation and measures taken to address any eventuality, soon after his arrival in Gilgit.
According to his estimates water will start flowing over the 24 meter deep and 1300 meter long spillway created by the Frontier Works Organisation by May 25 and said arrangements have been made for 24,000 IDPs from 32 villages.
He said camps have been set up at government schools and arrangements made to provide them food, shelter and medical assistance.
He said those killed in the landsliding have been paid a compensation of Rs 0.5 million each, while Rs 100,000 provided for the injured. This total amount of Rs 10.2 million was distributed amongst families of 6 missing, 3 killed and 7 injured people.
The Prime Minister appreciated the efforts of the FWO, the NDMA and other agencies and volunteers that made hectic efforts to provide relief to the affected people.
He visited the Control Room and the IDP camp to see arrangements for the displaced people. He met the people and assured that the government would take all steps to take care of them in their hour of need.
Gilani also inaugurated the Benazir Langar at the relief camps of Hunza Nagar and Gilgit-Baltistan (GB), established for the Internally Displaced Persons of Hunza Lake, by Pakistan Bait-ul-Mal.
He appreciated the swift arrangements made by the Managing Director PBM Zamurd Khan in this regard. Gilani was informed that some 50 truck loads had been dispatched from Islamabad, that would reach Gilgit in two or three days.
He said milk, sweets and toys would also be provided to the children sheltering in the camps.
 
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