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UN chief condemns Texas shooting, says ideas must be defended through dialogue -
UNITED NATIONS, May 5 (APP):  United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has condemned Sunday night's shooting at an anti-Islam event in Texas that injured a law enforcement officer, saying that such criminal acts have nothing to do with religion or belief.


UN official warns of "Tsunami" of e-waste at conference on chemical treaties -
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.


Stronger UN-regional organizations cooperation vital for resolving conflicts: Pakistan -
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.


American Muslims condemn attack on Anti-Islam event in Texas -
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.


Criticism of US fading in Pakistan; Americans find welcoming attitude:Report -
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.


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Afridi for London on May 11 to play in Blast T20 cricket
KARACHI, May. 5 (APP)- Dynamic all-rounder Shahid Afridi is due to leave for London on May 11 to play for Northamptonshire in the English cricket's 2015 T20 Blast competition.
 
Time needed for regaining confidence: Saeed Ajmal
KARACHI, May. 5 (APP)- Pakistan's premier off-spinner Saeed Ajmal has said that he needed some time to regain confidence.
 
Pathway to Test cricket to begin for Associate Members from May 10
KARACHI, May. 5 (APP)-  The International Cricket Council (ICC) Tuesday announced the dates for the first round of fixtures for the four-day first-class ICC Intercontinental Cup 2015-17.
 
Bannu win Inter-Region Youth Games Kabaddi title
PESHAWAR, May 5 (APP): Bannu clinched the trophy for the second consecutive times after defeating strong Peshawar in the final of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Inter-Region Youth Games Kabaddi Championship played here at Qayyum Sports Complex on Tuesday.
 
Bannu win Inter-Region Youth Games Kabaddi title
PESHAWAR, May 5 (APP): Bannu clinched the trophy for the second consecutive times after defeating strong Peshawar in the final of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Inter-Region Youth Games Kabaddi Championship played here at Qayyum Sports Complex on Tuesday.
 
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Congressional leaders applaud reopening of Pakistani supply routes PDF Print E-mail
WASHINGTON, July 4 (APP): Key Congressional leaders from both Democratic and Republican parties have welcomed reopening of Pakistani supply routes into Afghanistan, expressing the hope for stronger U.S. partnership with Pakistan in the days ahead.In a statement, Senator John Kerry, who chairs the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said “the reopening of the ground supply route into Afghanistan, the GLOCs, is a good example of the importance of us working together”.“This is a significant and important development” he remarked as an expression of remorse by America’s top diplomat Hillary Clinton paved the way for resumption of NATO supplies through Pakistan. Islamabad closed the border crossings after November 26, 2011 attacks on Salala posts along the Afghan border, which killed 24 Pakistani soldiers.

 
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