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Pakistan expresses solidarity with flood-hit Bosnia; lauds Somali efforts to disrupt Al-Shabab -
UNITED NATIONS, Sept 23 (APP): Pakistan stands ready to extend all possible technical assistance to the efforts aimed at strengthening Bosnia and Herzegovina, while reiterating strong support for the country’s sovereignty and territorial integrity, Foreign Secretary Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry has said.


Pakistan earnestly working to implement population control strategies: Sartaj Aziz -
UNITED NATIONS, Sept 23 (APP): Pakistan has told the United Nations that it was continuously raising awareness, providing healthcare and building capacity for effective implementation of population control strategies in the country.


Sartaj Aziz hold talks with Australian foreign minister -
UNITED NATIONS, Sept 23 (APP): Adviser to the Prime Minister on National Security and Foreign Affairs, Sartaj Aziz, on Monday held a meeting with Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop at the U.N. Headquarters during which they discussed bilateral relations.


World leaders to meet at U.N. amid Islamic State, Ebola crises -
IFTIKHAR ALI
UNITED NATIONS, Sept 22 (APP): Leaders from around the world, including Pakistan's Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif,  gather in New York this week to tackle a host of crises: the situation created by Islamic State militants' attacks in Iraq and Syria, the rapid spread of the deadly Ebola virus in Africa and framing of a post-2015 economic and social development agenda.



Sartaj Aziz, Iranian FM Zarif discuss bilateral, regional issues -
UNITED NATIONS, Sept 22 (APP): Adviser to Pakistan's Prime Minister on National Security and Foreign Affairs, Sartaj Aziz,  and Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif discussed subjects of  bilateral interest, including the Pak-Iran gas-pipeline, at a meeting on Monday.



Sport News
Intíl handball challenge trophy in December
ISLAMABAD, Sep 23 (APP): The International Handball Federation (IHF) Challenge Trophy South Men and Women will be held at the Agriculture University Faisalabad from December 2-8.
 
Pakistan team for Blind CWC to be announced on September 30
ISLAMABAD, Sep 23 (APP): The national team to feature in the Fourth Cricket World Cup of the Blind to be staged in Cape Town, South Africa from November 25 to December 9 will be announced on September 30.
 
Have to improve as a fielding unit: Hafeez
ISLAMABAD, Sep 22 (APP):Mohammad Hafeez the Lahore Lions captain in Champions League Twenty20  2014 in Hyderabad said that we believe the way they are showing their talent in the field, as batsmen and bowlers, it's really good but we have to improve as a fielding unit, we really have to raise the standard of fielding against Kolkata Knight Riders.

 
Mohammadan Club outclass Youngman in Rawalpindi Soccer
RAWALPINDI, Sept 22 (APP): Mohammadan Club beat Youngman Club 2-1 in the Rawalpindi District A Division Football League on Monday at Municipal Stadium.
 
Pak judokaís father optimistic his son will show talent in Asian Games
ISLAMABAD, Sept 22 (APP): Pakistan’s Japanese-raised judoka, Shah Hussain’s father is hopeful that his son would show talent in the ongoing Asian Games.
 
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US apologizes over Salala deaths; pledges enduring partnership as Pakistan reopens routes PDF Print E-mail
WASHINGTON, July 3 (APP): U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Tuesday expressed a sense of remorse over the loss of 24 Pakistani soldiers in American strikes on Salala posts as she revealed that the Pakistani routes for NATO supplies were being restored.Clinton said she called her Pakistani counterpart Hina Rabbani Khar, who said Pakistan would restore its key land routes for NATO supplies into landlocked Afghanistan and not charge any transit fees in the interest of regional peace. The chief American diplomat hailed this as a tangible demonstration of Islamabad’s support for peace and stability in the neighboring Afghanistan.The restoration of Pakistani supply lines closed since the Salala incident on November 26 last year  would signal an end to stalemate in relations between the two countries.Meanwhile, Pakistan’s ambassador to the United States Sherry Rehman Tuesday said her country’s decision on restoration of the supply lines for NATO is not part of any transaction but underscores Islamabad’s role as a responsible player
for stability in the region.
 

     

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