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Pakistan lauds UNICEF for providing succour to Palestine’s war-affected children -
NEW YORK, Sept 13 (APP): Pakistan has commended the hard work of the United Nations Children’s Fund in addressing the complex needs of Palestinian children, including the psychological impact of the recent Israeli invasion of Gaza, and urged the agency to keep the situation under watch.


UN urges greater humanitarian, development support for riot-hit Myanmar state -
UNITED NATIONS, Sept 12 (APP): Two senior U.N. officials have called for increased humanitarian assistance and development efforts to meet the needs of all communities in Myanmar's Rakhine state, the scene of deadly communal clashes since 2012, following a visit there this week.


Senior UN officials urge Member States to craft bold, pragmatic post-2015 agenda -
UNITED NATIONS, Sept 12 (APP):  With an intense and important year ahead, U.N. member states must work to build a framework that will sustain and finish what was accomplished with the landmark Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in the fight against poverty, hunger and disease, while rising to challenges old and new not least climate change.


UN chief stresses national unity government in Afghanistan in phone calls to presidential rivals -
UNITED NATIONS, Sept 11 (APP): In separate phone calls to Afghan presidential candidates—Abdullah Abdullah and Ashraf Ghani—UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has stressed the need for both of them to abide by their commitments and conclude the agreement on a government of national unity, a world body spokesman said Thursday.


Ambassador Jilani meets key U.S. Senator Johnson -
WASHINGTON, Sep 11 (APP): Pakistan's ambassador to the United States Jalil Abbas Jilani held a meeting with Senator Tim Johnson on the Capitol Hill Senator to discuss Pakistan-U.S. relations.


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Shahnaz leaves with high hopes for Asian Games
ISLAMABAD, Sep 12 (APP): National hockey team coach Shahnaz Sheikh on Thursday along with the national team left to participate in the 17th Asian Games with high hopes for defending the title saying his extensive hard-work on the green-shirts would definitely pay him back.
 
Pakistan taekwondo squad to participate in Asian Games
ISLAMABAD, Sept 11 (APP): Pakistan taekwondo squad will be participating in the 17th Asian Games scheduled to be held in Incheon, Korea from September 19 to October 4.
 
Players to get a salary cut, if not passed fitness test
ISLAMABAD, Sep 11 (APP): Pakistan players who are centrally contracted to the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) could lose 25 percent of their salary if they fail to match fitness levels prescribed by the National Cricket Academy (NCA).
 
Difficulties removed in training camp: Shahnaz Sheikh
ISLAMABAD, Sept 10 (APP): National hockey team coach Shahnaz Sheikh on Wednesday said the players have been focused in removing all their physiological and mental difficulties in the training camp kept for preparation of the Asian Games here at Naseer Bunda Hockey Stadium.
 
Cricketers come out in support of troubled Ajmal
ISLAMABAD, Sep 10 (APP): Former cricketers came out in support of Saeed Ajmal after the Pakistan off-spinner was Tuesday suspended by the International Cricket Council (ICC) for an illegal bowling action.
 
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PM calls for building bridges among various cultures PDF Print E-mail
ISLAMABAD, Sept 21 (APP): Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf has said that it is important to build bridges among different cultures and develop understanding about each other sensitivities to confront the challenges being faced by the world peace.In his message on the occasion of “International Day of Peace” being observed on September 21, the prime minister said the right to freedom of expression should not be used to injure the feelings of any community.“It is about time that we focus on commonalities that bind us in a large whole of compassionate humanity than accentuate divides that result in violence and hatred,” the prime minister said.He said that on the occasion of International Day of Peace, Pakistan joins the world community in celebrating this day in a befitting manner.He said the day is devoted for promoting ideals of peace both within societies as well as across nations and regions. Peace workshops, seminars and walks are held to mark the day and inculcate importance of peace among the people, he added.
 

     

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