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UN leader calls on defence chiefs for ‘unity and backing’ on UN peacekeeping -
UNITED NATIONS, Mar 27 (APP): At the first-ever United Nations Chiefs of Defence Conference Friday, the Secretary-General appealed to senior military officials for more troop contributions from States around the world and for political will and purpose.


Afghan leader ‘cautiously optimistic’ about improved ties with Pakistan -
NEW YORK, Mar 27 (APP): Visiting Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has told an American audience that he was “cautiously optimistic” about bringing about a fundamental change for the better in the relations between Afghanistan and Pakistan, which he considers key to peace efforts with the Taliban.


High Commissioner to UK decorates Malala with Sitara-e-Imtiaz -
app04-26london.jpgLONDON, Mar 26 (APP): High Commissioner to United Kingdom,  Syed Ibne Abbas has conferred Sitara-i-Shujaat on Malala Yousafzai on behalf of the President of Pakistan.


Pakistan calls for effective response to end armed groups’ violence against children -
UNITED NATIONS, March 26 (APP): Pakistan has underscored the need for evolving a counter narrative to defeat the twisted ideology of terrorists who are now intentionally targeting and attacking children, and called for an effective response to put an end to their violence.



US to delay troops pullout from Afghanistan to aid drone strikes: NYT -
NEW YORK, March 25 (APP): President Barack Obama's decision to maintain  troop levels in Afghanistan through 2015 is partly to bolster counterterrorism efforts in that war-torn country, including the C.I.A's ability to conduct drone strikes, The New York Times reported Wednesday.



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President SFP serves notice on Haider Lehri for holding illegal elections
KARACHI Mar. 26 (APP): President Softball Federation of Pakistan (SFP) Mohammed Saleem Khan has issued show cause notice to federation’s secretary general Haider Lehri for holding unconstitutional elections of the federation at Lahore on March 21 last.
 
Afghan players studded ICMS club win 23rd Governor Gold Cup
PESHAWAR, Mar 26 (APP): Having services of four World Cup returned Afghanistan players ICMS stunned Shama club in the final by 26 runs and lifted the coveted trophy of the 23rd Governor Gold Cricket Cup being played at Arbab Niaz Cricket Stadium on Thursday.
 
Hafeez must be made captain: Sarfraz Nawaz
ISLAMABAD, Mar 26 (APP): Former Test Cricketer Sarfraz Nawaz on Thursday urged the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to make Muhammad Hafeez the captain of the One Day side saying currently the all-rounder suits best to lead the team.

 
Police defeats Railway in Kabbadi match
MULTAN, Mar 23 (APP): Punjab police defeated Pakistan Railway Police in a  "Kabbadi" match played in line with the Pakistan Day at Police Lines here.
 
Peshawar District U-19 trials on Mar 27
PESHAWAR, Mar 22 (APP): Peshawar District Under-19 Cricket trials at Arbab Niaz Cricket Stadium on March 27 here, said Secretary Peshawar District Cricket Association Asghar Khan told APP on Sunday.
 
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Pak-Iran ties need to be further strengthened: Naek PDF Print E-mail
farooq.jpgISLAMABAD, Feb 7 (APP): Chairman of Senate Farooq H. Naek on Tuesday stressed the need for escalation of people-to-people contacts via exchange of parliamentary, business and student delegations etc, between Pakistan and Iran.He was talking to an Iranian high level delegation, led by Iranian Deputy President Ali Saeedlou which  called on him at the Parliament House here on Tuesday, said a press release.The Senate Chairman stressed for increasing economic and technological cooperation and establishing connectivity through rail and road linkages for ultimate progress and prosperity of their people as well as of the whole region.He declared the visit of Iranian delegation a milestone to boost bilateral relations for strengthening fraternal ties, which are rooted deeply in historical, geographical, cultural and religious commonalities.
“Cooperation between our two countries is on a positive trajectory and it is high time to give impetus to our bilateral cooperation in the important areas of economy, energy, trade and investment, road and rail connectivity and implementation of important bilateral initiatives and projects,” Naek added.
He reiterated the need to take effective measures for enhancing the trade volume up to $10 billion dollar to fully exploit the existing potential, such as enhancing exchange of business delegations, relaxing visa restrictions, ending tariff and non-tariff barriers and concluding a currency swap arrangement to further facilitate the trade between the two countries. 
Naek also asked for uplifting of ban on import of Kinnos by Iran as well.
Iranian Deputy President Ali Saeedlou said,”There is a lot of capacity to explore and new vistas of cooperation exist for the development of the two nations and we should engage full for mutual benefit”.
He said that there was no limitation of cooperation between Iran and other neighborly countries, particularly the brotherly Muslim country of Pakistan. “The more we work together, the more we realize our capabilities and potentials and can assist each other in various fields for our development and progress,” he added.
Naek appreciated Iran’s relief assistance to Pakistan’s flood victims.
The Chairman Senate said,”We should ensure expeditious completion of IP gas pipeline and 1000 MW electricity transmission line to address energy crisis in Pakistan”.
Talking about Pakistan’s sacrifices for eradication of terrorism and militancy, Naek highlighted the losses suffered in men and material. “We lost our great leader Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto, our Governor Salman Taseer and minority Affairs Minister Shahbaz Bhatti along with 30,000 innocent civilians and 5,000 brave personnel belonging to Army and law enforcing agencies at the hands of various acts of terrorists.”
Inspite of all this Pakistan is committed and will fight terrorism till its logically end for regional peace and the world at large, he added.
Both Iran and Pakistan must coordinate closely on the regional and international issues of mutal concerns’, Naek said.
Ali Saeedlou agreed with the Chairman Senate and said that both Pakistan and Iran must join hands for regional peace and prosperity. He said that Iranian President Ahmedinejad would soon visit Pakistan for Pakistan-Iran-Afghanistan trilateral summit carrying a message of peace, friendship and regional cooperation.
Naek said,”We are looking forward to the Iranian President’s visit, which will further cement our historical relations”.
 

 

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