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Yemen on verge of "total collapse", says UN rights chief -
UNITED NATIONS, March 31 (APP): The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Tuesday expressed his concern about the fast deteriorating situation in Yemen, where dozens of civilians have been killed in fighting in recent days.


UN deputy chief calls for hydro-diplomacy as world faces growing water shortages -
UNITED NATIONS, Mar 30 (APP): The international community must gear up for a new era of hydro-diplomacy as the threat of water scarcity risks plunging the world into a period of geopolitical tension and stunted development, U.N. Deputy Secretary-General Jan Eliasson told delegates gathered at the General Assembly Monday.


UNESCO launches social media campaign in Baghdad aimed at protecting cultural heritage -
UNITED NATIONS, Mar 30 (APP):  The head of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), Irina Bokova, Monday launched at Baghdad University #Unite4Heritage, a social media campaign to support Iraqi youth and to mobilize young people worldwide for the protection of cultural heritage.


UN dims lights to focus attention on climate change -
UNITED NATIONS, Mar 29 (APP): The United Nations went dark later Saturday evening as the Organization shuts off the lights at its iconic Headquarters complex in New York and other facilities around the world in observance of ‘Earth Hour,’ an annual global event raising awareness about the need to take action on climate change and promoting sustainable energy consumption.


Pakistan renew its commitment to UN peacekeeping at first-ever defence chiefs conference -
UNITED NATIONS, Mar 28 (APP): Pakistan has renewed its commitment to the “noble cause” of United Nations peacekeeping, the world body’s flagship activity that helps countries torn by conflict to create the conditions for lasting peace.


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IFA elections rescheduled to elect favourite: Sharafat Bukhari
ISLAMABAD, April 1 (APP): Former IFA President Syed Sharafat Hussain Bukhari Thursday claimed that the Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) had rescheduled Islamabad Football Association (IFA) election to get its favourite candidate Dr Fazal-ur-Rehman, who had already served the association thrice, elected as its president.
 
Shahnaz for giving sports under Education Ministry’s domain
ISLAMABAD, April 1 (APP): Olympian Shahnaz Sheikh on Wednesday stressed the need of giving sports under the domain of Education Ministry in order to revive the sports culture in the country at grassroots level.
 
Sindh, Army reach Netball final
ISLAMABAD March 30 (APP): Sindh and Army will face each other in the final of 14th National Women Netball Championship to be played here at Hamidi Hall on Tuesday.
 
Army, Air force qualify for National Basketball Championship'2015 Final
WAH CANTT, Mar 30 (APP): Army, Air force qualified for National Basketball Championship'2015 final beside beating their rivals in semi finals played here at POF Sports Complex on Monday.
 
Starc named as player of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015
From Ehsan Qurshi
 
MELBOURNE, March 29 (APP): Australia fast bowler Mitchell Starc was Monday named as the player of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015.
 
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US President rules out ‘outside solution’ to Pak-India disputes PDF Print E-mail
ISLAMABAD, Jul 16 (APP): Ruling out any solution from “outside” to the issue of Jammu and Kashmir, US President Barack Obama has underlined that the disputes between India and Pakistan could only be found by the two countries themselves.Welcoming the Indo-Pak dialogue process, he said, “It is not the place of any nation, including the United States, to try to impose solutions from outside, a private news channel reported.“The nations must meet their responsibilities and all of us have a profound interest in a Pakistan that is stable, prosperous and democratic,” the US president remarked.Replying to a question, Obama said US welcomed the dialogues and lessening of Indo-Pak tensions, which would be good for South Asia and for the world.
“President Asif Ali Zardari’s visit to India was encouraging.  Increased trade and people-to-people contacts between India and Pakistan can lead to greater prosperity and understanding on both the sides,” he opined. “Efforts in New Delhi and Islamabad to improve relations give hope for further progress, including a possible visit to Pakistan by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh,” he said.
 

 

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