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UNITED NATIONS, May 5 (APP): The head of the United Nations body tasked with setting the global environmental agenda has stressed the need to limit the use of dangerous chemicals and to find a solution to the masses of electronic waste building up around the world, as a Conference of Parties to three major Conventions on the subject began in Geneva.


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UNITED NATIONS, May 5 (APP): Pakistan has called for bolstered cooperation between the United Nations and regional and subregional organizations to respond effectively to emerging threats to international peace and security as also to prevent, manage and resolve crises, promote economic cooperation, and protect human rights.


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WASHINGTON, May 4 (APP) : The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), the nation's largest Muslim civil rights and advocacy organization and Muslim Americans have condemned an attack on an anti-Islam event in Texas on Sunday.


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WASHINGTON, May 4 (APP): With a growing focus on economic challenges, approaching end to the Afghan war, improving bilateral relations, and widespread unrest in the Muslim world, criticism of the U.S. policies has dropped sharply among the Pakistanis, a newspaper report said Monday.


Dar meets heads of Japanese and Chinese Delegations -
BAKU, May 4 (APP): Finance Minister, Senator Mohammad Ishaq Dar met with the Chinese Head of Delegation, Jiwei Lou and Japanese Head of Delegation Taro Aso on the sidelines of the 48th Annual Meeting of ADB Board of Governors here on Monday.



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Pakistan must beat BD in 2nd Test to retain 3rd position ranking
KARACHI, May. 4 (APP)- Pakistan team must beat Bangladesh in the second and final Test starting in Mirpur on Wednesday to retain its latest Test ranking, International Cricket Council (ICC) announced on Monday.
 
Pakistan must beat BD in 2nd Test to retain 3rd position ranking
KARACHI, May. 4 (APP)- Pakistan team must beat Bangladesh in the second and final Test starting in Mirpur on Wednesday to retain its latest Test ranking, International Cricket Council (ICC) announced on Monday.
 
Pakistan must beat BD in 2nd Test to retain 3rd position ranking
KARACHI, May. 4 (APP)- Pakistan team must beat Bangladesh in the second and final Test starting in Mirpur on Wednesday to retain its latest Test ranking, International Cricket Council (ICC) announced on Monday.
 
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Pakistan, China enter into new era of ‘Education diplomacy’- Masood Khan PDF Print E-mail
BEIJING, May 25 (APP): Lauding the successful holding of joint  workshop by two prominent higher learning institutions of Pakistan and China, Ambassador Masood Khan has said the exchanges are ‘now moving into hi-tech areas’. “As a result of the decision taken by the leadership on both sides,  in coming years collaboration in the field of basic sciences including Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics will increase many folds,” said Khan while addressing a reception hosted for a joint delegation of COMSATS and Tsinghua University here at Pakistan Embassy Thursday.

Ambassador Khan said Pakistan-China relations are increasingly under pinned in educational context, adding that “educational diplomacy is what will bring the youths and professionals of the two countries closer.”
Regarding holding of a joint workshop, Ambassador Khan termed it as  a good beginning, as Tshingua is prestigious university well known all around the world. He said the interface between the two sides is good.
Ambassador Khan appreciated the decision that in next step, the CCIT will invite a 50-member delegation of Tshinghua University to visit Pakistan.
Exchange of delegations in the realm of education between the countries, is best form of diplomacy, he added.
He said COMSATS provides enabling environment where students have ambition and passion for gaining latest knowledge.
Under an MoU signed by both the universities, exchanges of students and faculty members and research in cutting edge educational technologies will be carried out.
Earlier the 17-member COMSATS delegation gave presentations on research study carried out in different areas. The delegation also visited the Technology Park of the University.
Professor Qi Kun Xue, Dean School of Sciences, Professor Qing Wang, Chairman Department of Physics and Professor Arshad Bhatti, Dean Faculty of Sciences COMSATS also addressed the reception.
Established a decade ago, COMSATS has seven campuses in Pakistan in which over 22,000 students are getting modern education, said Professor Bhatti.
The delegation is scheduled to leave for Pakistan Friday evening.
 
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