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Pakistan, Norway companies sign MoU for 150 MW solar power plants -
OSLO, Jul 7 (APP): Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif and his Norwegian counterpart Mrs. Erna Solberg witnessed signing ceremony of an MoU between Scatec Solar of Norway and Nizam Energy of Pakistan to jointly develop and Build-Own-and-Operate solar power plants in Pakistan here on Tuesday.


PM seeks Norwegian cooperation in energy sector -
app64-07pm-oslo.jpgOSLO, Jul 7 (APP): Highlighting the importance of energy for a developing economy like Pakistan, Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif on Tuesday sought the Norwegian cooperation in energy sector, particularly in the area of hydro-electric power to cope with the country's growing energy needs.   


Pakistan giving high priority to education despite numerous challenges: PM -
app42-07pm-oslo.jpgOSLO, Norway, Jul 7 (APP): Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif on Tuesday said despite numerous challenges, Pakistan was giving high priority to education and aimed at increasing public expenditure on education to 4 percent of its GDP by 2018.


Pakistan, Norway relations based on commonality of views: PM -
app13-07pm-oslo.jpgOSLO, Norway, Jul 7 (APP): Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif on Tuesday said relations between Pakistan and Norway are based on commonality of views as the two countries share values of democratic pluralism and economic liberalism.


Iran, world powers agreement, vital for stability, regional peace: Mushahid -
ISLAMABAD, July 7 (APP): Chairman of Pakistan Senate Committee for Defense Tuesday said any agreement between Iran and world powers (P5+1) should be welcomed as it is important for stability and regional peace.


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Younus achieves milestones in Pallekele Test
KARACHI, July 6 (APP): Pakistan batting ace Younus Khan by scoring fifth hundred in fourth innings Test match against Sri Lanka on Monday created history in Test matches.
 
Leghari's ton powers Brothers CC in last-8 of in KG Ramazan cricket
KARACHI, July 3 (APP): Imtiaz Leghari smashed a whirlwind century to power Brothers Cricket Club Dadu into the last eight stage of Omar Associates 30th Karachi Gymkhana Ramazan Cricket Tournament when they inflicted 96 runs defeat on Karachi Whites Blues here at the KG Ground on Friday.
 
Pakistan's Tariq to play for Bengal Warriors in PKL
ISLAMABAD, July 2 (APP): Pakistan's Mohammad Tariq will play for Bengal Warriors in the cash-rich Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) this season.
 
PCB to appoint former LCCA official as director game development
LAHORE, June 29 (APP): Pakistan Cricket Board is all set to appoint a former interim chairman of Lahore city cricket association, Aizad Hussain Syed, as the director game development, national  cricket academy, ignoring the set criteria and merit.

 
PBF distributes sports gears among players
PESHAWAR, June 28 (APP): President Pakistan Badminton Federation Mian Iftikhar Hussain Sunday said that the so called sports pundits being head of various sportsorganizations over the years did nothing apart from their joyrides tours and protocol culture that badly damped Pakistani sports.
 
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Pakistan’s anti-terrorist drive an internal ‘law enforcement’, not ‘armed conflict’: Senior diplomat PDF Print E-mail
UNITED NATIONS, June 26 (APP): A senior Pakistani diplomat on Monday rejected some “unwarranted references” to Pakistan made in a U.N. report that termed its law enforcement operation against terrorists in a tribal agency as “armed conflict”, and he called for resolving this anomaly. “We are disappointed that the authors of this report (on the protection of civilians in armed conflict) have clearly violated the mandate by mentioning Pakistan in the report,” Ambassador Raza Bashir Tarar, Pakistan deputy permanent representative to the UN, said in an open Security Council debate on the controversial report. The report, which was issued in the name of Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon,referred to the displacement of civilians from armed conflicts in Africa, the Middle East East and Central Asia.
 
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