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Pakistan is progressing, peace loving country, says Denmark Ambassador
PESHAWAR, Nov 27 (APP): Denmark Ambassador to Pakistan Mr. Jesper Mollar Sorensen has said that Pakistan is a progressing country and its peoples are more enthusiasts, committed and hard workers.
 
Cricket fraternity offers its deepest condolences on Phillip's death
ISLAMABAD, Nov 27 (APP): The Cricket fraternity on Thursday offered its deepest condolences to the family and friends of the Australian batsman Phillip Hughes who passed away following an injury he suffered during a first-class match at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
 
Rashid, Rizwan get selectors' nod for Champions Trophy
KARACHI, Nov 27 (APP): Half back Rashid Mehmood and forward Muhammad Rizwan Senior got selectors nod and were named in an 18- member Pakistan squad for next month's 35th edition of Hockey Champions Trophy staged in Indian city of Bhubaneshawar from December 6 to 14.
 
Dazzling Sajjad sails into 16-round of IBSF World Snooker
KARACHI, Nov 27 (APP): Pakistan's Muhammad Sajjad maintained his dazzling run in the IBSF World Snooker Championship by sailing in the last 16-round in Bangalore (India), said a statement received here on Thursday.
 
Moin expresses shock over Phillip Hughes’ death
ISLAMABAD, Nov 27 (APP): Pakistan chief selector Moin Khan on Thursday expressed deep sorrow and grief over the tragic death of Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes.
 
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Parliamentarians stress upon govt not to allow transportation of weapons to NATO forces PDF Print E-mail
ISLAMABAD, March 30 (APP): Parliamentarians on Friday stressed upon the government not to allow transportation of arms and ammunition to NATO forces in Afghanistan and urged the United States to stop drone attacks and respect Pakistan’s sovereignty. During discussion on recommendations of the Parliamentary Committee on National Security in joint sitting of the Parliament, members from across the isle unanimously voiced to keep Pakistan’s interests supreme and formulate an independent foreign policy.

Resuming debate on recommendations of the Parliamentary Committee on National Security, PML-Q Secretary General Mushahid Hussain Sayyed said that all decisions regarding national security should be taken by the Parliament.
He said in the past all important decisions regarding national security, nuclear, missile programmes were taken by the civilians. The Atomic programme was initiated by Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, missile programme’s decision was taken by Shaheed Benazir Bhutto while missile tests were carried out by Nawaz Sharif. He said the Parliamentarians should not be scared of taking position on this vital issue and debate it with open heart.
“Now we have the opportunity and the time has come to take all decisions regarding our foreign policy, national security, Nato supply etc”. He hoped that the opposition members will not escape and seriously take part in the debate.
Mushahid said that drone attacks should not be allowed at any cost and Pakistan should take responsibility for its territory. About supply to Nato forces in Afghanistan, he categorically said that supply of ammunitions through NATO containers should be strictly banned while we should talk with the United States regarding supply of other things to NATO.
He said that we have to ensure that our relations with our neighbours, particularly Afghanistan and Iran are not spoiled.
He criticized the US double standard regarding establishment of peace in Afghanistan while bombing Pakistan’s territory and preparing itself to fight with Iran. He said they would oppose the US use of force against Iran.
Senator Sehar Kamran said all decisions regarding foreign policy and future engagements with the US and NATO should reflect will of the people of the country and must be taken with consensus. She said that drone attacks would not be allowed at any cost. She applauded the government for engaging the Parliament on the vital issue.
Maulana Abdul Malik, MNA from FATA said all the political parties and parliamentarians should show unity and consensus on this important issue.
He said our unity would give a positive message to the world and prove sovereignty of the Parliament. He said that NATO supply should be halted at any cost.
 

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