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UN agency welcomes Southeast Asia region’sproposals to address plight of refugeesand migrants at sea -
UNITED NATIONS, May 30 (APP):  The United Nations refugee agency has welcomed the positive outcomes of Friday’s regional meeting in Thailand to address an alarming rise in the number of boat people in the Bay of Bengal and the Andaman Sea.


Pakistan embassy regrets Media report linking BCCI scandal with Pakistan -
WASHINGTON, May 30 (APP): A spokesman of the Pakistan embassy in Washington on Friday regretted an article published by Foreign Policy  (FP) which tried to establish links between Bank of Credit and Commerce International (BCCI) and Pakistan.



Pakistan embassy regrets Media report linking BCCI scandal with Pakistan -
WASHINGTON, May 30 (APP): A spokesman of the Pakistan embassy in Washington on Friday regretted an article published by Foreign Policy (FP) which tried to establish links between Bank of Credit and Commerce International (BCCI) and Pakistan.



Pakistan denies any link with BCCI scam of 1980s -
NEW YORK, May 30 (APP): A spokesman of the Pakistan Embassy in Washington Friday rejected as "misconceived and scandalous" an article in Foreign Policy magazine that linked Pakistan to the Bank of Credit and Commerce International (BCCI) scandal in 1980s.


UN lauds peacekeepers' sacrifices in world's hot spots; 5 Pakistanis decorated posthumously -
UNITED NATIONS, May 30 (APP): The United Nations on Friday celebrated the dedication and courage of the men and women who play a role in the cause of peace around the world, while honouring at a medal ceremony the sacrifices of 126 peacekeepers, including five Pakistanis, who paid the ultimate price in that service.


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Hafiz Salman for action against corruption in PFF
LAHORE, May 30 (APP): Former general secretary Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) Hafiz Salman Butt on Saturday urged the government to take action against corruption in the PFF.
 
Raza's century builds 269 target
LAHORE, May 29 (APP): Zimbabwean batsmen Chamu Chibhabha and Sikandar Raza performing good, set a target of 269/7 against Pakistan in second One Day International here at Gaddafi Stadium on Friday.
 
Chibhabha joins "99 club"
LAHORE, May 29 (APP): Chamu Chibhabha, Zimbabwean opener, became the 28th batsman who joined "99 club" in One Day Internationals.
 
Pakistan women team makes great start in BFAME Zonal Bridge
KARACHI, May. 29 (APP): Reigning Champions Pakistan women's team got off a sterling start in the 18th BFAME Bridge Championship when they defeated arch-rival India to take early lead in Amman (Jordan) on Thursday night. 
 
Pakistan "B" stun India "A" in Asian Team snooker crown
KARACHI, May. 29 (APP)- Pakistan "B" produced a superb show to shock India "A" 3-0 in  the Asian Team Snooker Championship at Kish Island (Iran), according to informations received here on Friday.
 
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US paper lauds Zardari, Manmohan for ‘sensible’ effort to improve ties PDF Print E-mail
NEW YORK, April 12 (APP): A leading US newspaper Thursday praised President Asif Ali Zardari and Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh for “their sensible, workman like effort over the past year to improve relations between the two nuclear rivals”.  In an editorial on President Zardari’s flying trip to India, The New  York Times expressed the hope that the Indian leader would respond to his invitation to visit Pakistan.  “Both leaders are politically constrained and may not be able to deliver  bold peace moves. But if they keep pursuing incremental steps, they may yet build a peace,” said the editorial, ‘It’s More Than Lunch.”

At the same time, the Times said there could be no real reconciliation with India until Pakistan prosecutes those responsible for the 2008 Mumbai attack,  which killed more than 160 people.
The newspaper noted that Cabinet ministers and civil servants from both sides now regularly exchange visits. “To build real trust, military and intelligence officials must join in,” the newspaper said.
“They have made the most progress on increasing economic cooperation. India and Pakistan do more trade with Britain than with each other, but they are modernizing the handling of goods at borders, easing visa restrictions and talking about oil pipelines and linking electric grids.
“They have much more to talk seriously about, including a joint stake in a stable Afghanistan and the disputed region of Kashmir.”
 
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