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UN Security Council calls for Israeli-Palestinian ceasefire -
 UNITED NATIONS, July 12 (APP):  The UN Security Council  on Saturday called for a ceasefire between Israel and the  Palestinians in the Gaza Strip, as Palestinian deaths continue  to mount.


Pakistan will continue to be critical partner : US general -
WASHINGTON, July 12 (APP): Pakistan will continue to be a critical partner of the United States in the region, U.S. General John F Campbell, who has been nominated to lead American forces in Afghanistan, told a Congressional hearing. 


Marking World Population Day, UN urges investment in young people -
UNITED NATIONS, July 12 (APP):  With 1.8 billion young people around the world the largest generation of youth in history senior U.N. officials are marking World Population Day with calls for a renewed commitment to helping young people improve their lives and the common future.


UN rights chief voices alarm over rising civilian deaths in Gaza -
UNITED NATIONS, July 11 (APP): Voicing alarm at the Israeli military operations resulting in the killing of Palestinian civilians in Gaza, as well as firing of rockets from Gaza into Israel, the United Nations human rights chief Friday appealed to all sides to abide by their obligations to protect civilians. 


More than half of world’s population now living in urban areas, UN survey finds -
UNITED NATIONS, July 11 (APP): An additional 2.5 billion people are predicted to live in urban areas by 2050, the United Nations today reported, highlighting the need for a successful urban planning agenda and greater attention to be given to smaller cities where nearly half of all people currently reside.


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Younis in Pakistan Test, ODI teams for series against Sri Lanka
KARACHI, July 09 (APP): Veteran batsman Younis Khan was picked in Pakistan's Test and One-day Internationals (ODIs) squads for next month's tour of Sri Lanka.  
 
PCB announces 15-member teams against Srilanka for ODI, Test series
LAHORE, July 9 (APP): Pakistan Cricket Board has announced 15-member cricket team separately for One-Day and Test series against Srilanka.
 
Younis would prove lethal for the Islanders: Sarfraz Nawaz
ISLAMABAD, Jul 9 (APP): Former Test Cricketer Sarfraz Nawaz while hailing the inclusion of Younis Khan in the ODI squad for series against Sri Lanka said Khan's experience would definitely prove lethal for the Islanders.

 
Babar’s knock guides Advance Telecom in Peace Cup cricket quarters
KARACHI, July 6 (APP): Pakistan junior star Babar Azam smashed another spectacular 75 as Advance Telecom advanced in the quarterfinal rounds by inflicting 73 runs defeat on Royal Cricket Club in the second Peace Cup Ramazan Floodlight Cricket Tournament here at the Lawai Stadium Naya Nazimabad on Saturday night.
 
Ton up Rameez leads Omer CC to a massive win in KG Ramazan cricket
KARACHI, July 5 (APP): International Rameez Raja smashed the first century in the 29th Omar Associates Trophy Karachi Gymkhana Ramazan Cricket Tournament as the holders Omer Cricket Club thrashed Brothers CC Dadu by whooping margin of 104 runs at KG Ground on Saturday.
 
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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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