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Pakistan seeks improved ties with Afghanistan under new leader -
NEW YORK, Sept 30 (APP):  Pakistan hopes to work with Afghanistan's new president, Ashraf Ghani to reverse a recent deterioration in its relations with Kabul, Sartaj Aziz, the adviser to Prime Minister on national security and foreign affairs has said.


Modi to hold talks with Obama; Indian minorities to protest -
WASHINGTON, Sep 29 (APP): Prime Minister Narendra Modi is due to meet with President Barack Obama Monday evening at the White House, amidst support for his economic emphasis among Indian-Americans as well as protests from Indian minorities for his party’s extremist views and the Gujarat government’s alleged collusion in the 2002 massacre of Muslims.


UN congratulates Afghan President Ghani on inauguration -
UNITED NATIONS, Sept 29 (APP): The United Nations welcomed the inauguration of new Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and reaffirmed the Organization’s commitment to cooperate with the national unity government in the country’s progress to peace, stability and development.


US greets new Afghan President Ghani, CEO Abdullah on inauguration -
WASHINGTON, Sept 29 (APP): The United States has congratulated President Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai and Chief Executive Officer Abdullah Abdullah on their assumption of office that came after the two political rivals agreed to share power under a new government in the wake of a long bitter political fight over election results.


Pakistan underscores Alliance of Civilizations’ role in fostering cross-cultural understandings -
UNITED NATIONS, Sept 28 (APP): Pakistan has lauded the UN-backed initiative that seeks to promote better cross-cultural relations worldwide, and called for stepped up efforts to promote interfaith harmony.


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Hong Kong routs Pakistan 72-0 in Asian Games Rugby
INCHEON, South Korea, Sept 30 (APP): Hong Kong humiliated minnows Pakistan by whooping margin of 72-0 in their opening group match in XVII Asian Games Rugby here at the Namdong Asiad Rugby Field on Tuesday.
 
Pakistan went down 23-11 against India in Asian Games Kabbadi
INCHEON, South Korea, Sept. 30 (APP): Pakistan grapplers despite a narrow win in the second half, went down 23-11 against old adversary and defending champion India in their third and final league encountyer of XVII Asian Games Kabbadi at Songodo Gymnasium court on Tuesday.
 
Pakistan Volleyball team beat Turkmenistan in Asian Games
INCHEON, South Korea, Sept 28 (APP): Pakistan volleyball team ended their outing in the 17th Asian Game when they defeated Turkmenistan 3-0 in the classification match at Ansan Sangroksu Gymnasium on Sunday.
 
Magomed routs Bilal in Asian Games wrestling
INCHEON, South Korea, Sept 28 (APP): Pakistan’s Muhammad Bilal Hussain was hammered 0-10 by Magomed Mausev of Kyrgyzstan in his 97 KG freestyle opening round bout in the 17th Asian Game at Dowon Gymnasium on Sunday.
 
Aamir, Mohib suffers defeat in Asian Games boxing
From Ehsan Qureshi

INCHEON, South Korea, Sept. 28 (APP): Pakistan’s two more fist-fighters Aamir Khan and Mohibullah made their exit from XVII Asian Games Boxing Tournament  after they loseing on points against their opponents at Seonhak Gymnasium on Sunday.
 
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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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