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Sajjad routs India's Manan to storm in IBSF World Snooker semis
KARACHI, Nov 28 (APP): Mercurial Pakistan cueist Muhammad Sajjad stormed into the semi-final of IBSF World Snooker Championship when by routing Manan Chandra of India 6-1 before the home audience in the last eight round in Bangalore (India) on Friday.
 
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.
 
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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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