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Prolonged “sit-in” harming Pakistan’s Int’l Image: Javed Malik -
LONDON, Aug 21 (APP): Pakistan’s Ambassador at Large Javed Malik has said that the ongoing “Sit-in” (Dharna) at the country’s federal capital is detrimental to the country’s global image because it sends a negative message to international business community.


Obama says entire would appalled byAmerican journalist's killing by ISIL -
WASHINGTON, Aug 20 (APP): U.S. President Barack Obama strongly condemned the killing of an American journalist, saying "the entire world is appalled by the brutal murder of Jim Foley by the terrorist group, ISIL."


UN mission in Afghanistan concerned over acts of intimidation against journalist -
UNITED NATIONS, Aug 21 (APP): The United Nations mission in Afghanistan has expressed its concern about the acts of intimidation against New York Times reporter Matthew Osenberg, who on Tuesday was banned from leaving the country and told that he was being investigated  for an article he had written.


US says Nawaz Sharif is constitutionally elected PM; does not support extra-constitutional changes -
WASHINGTON, Aug 21 (APP): The United States has said Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is constitutionally elected head of the government of  Pakistan, with the State Department also stating that Washington does not support any extra-constitutional changes to the democratic system.


US says Nawaz Sharif is constitutionally elected PM ; does not support extra-constitutional changes -
WASHINGTON, Aug 20 (APP): The United States on Wednesday said Prime  Minister Nawaz Sharif is constitutionally elected head of the government of Pakistan, with the State Department also stating that Washington does not support any extra-constitutional changes to the democratic system.


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Jessica stars in Australian win over Pakistan women in Ist ODI
KARACHI, Aug. 21 (APP)- Jessica Cameron slammed a sparkling unbeaten 58 to lead World Champion Australia to six wickets over Pakistan women in the first One-Day International at Brisbane Oval on Thursday.
 
Tight wins for Pakistan teams in Asian Team Snooker
KARACHI, Aug. 21 (APP)- Pakistan “A” and “C” faced a strong challenge before beating their respective opponents on the opening day of Asian Team Snooker Championship on Thursday.
 
Inform Sarfraz should has been retained for ODI series: Nasim-ul-Ghani
KARACHI, Aug. 21 (APP)- Veteran Test cricketer Nasim-ul-Ghani has expressed his surprise over leaving out inform wicket-keeper/batsman Sarfraz Ahmed from the three match One-Day International (ODIs) against sri Lanka starting in Hambantota from Saturday.
 
Hashim Khan Memorial Int’l Pakistan Circuit-II begins in City
PESHAWAR, Aug 21 (APP): Pakistan International Circuit-II Squash Tournament which named after legendary Hashim Khan Memorial to pay him rich tribute got under way here at PAF Hashim Khan Squash Complex on Thursday.
 
Australia beat Pakistan by four-wickets
ISLAMABAD, Aug 21 (APP): The Commonwealth Bank Southern Stars have kicked off their 2017 Women’s World Cup qualification campaign with a four-wicket win over Pakistan Thursday at Redlands Cricket Club in Brisbane in a match that marked the launch of the new ICC Women’s Championship.
 
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Khar, Clinton discuss bilateral issues PDF Print E-mail
hina.jpgBRUSSELS, Dec.4 (APP) Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar and US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton met in Brussels on Monday evening as part of their regular consultations.They reviewed the progress the two countries have made during 2012 and expressed their commitment to act jointly to achieve their shared objectives.Both the leaders  discussed counter terrorism, support for the Afghan-led and Afghan-owned peace process, the post 2014 transition in Afghanistan and various measures to further strengthen bilateral relations including the need to move the US-Pakistan economic agenda from aid to trade, emphasizing market access and investment. They welcomed the recent meetings of the trilateral Corp Groups and the law enforcement, economic and defence working groups.They also looked forward to meetings of the energy and strategic stability working groups and underlined the importance to continue these engagements in the weeks and months ahead.
Meanwhile, CNN in its report on the meeting between Hillary Clinton and Hina Rabbani Khan reported that the meeting of Hillary with Hina and Chief of Army Staff General Ashfaq Pervez Kayani in Brussels was aimed at further improving Pak-US bilateral ties.
The Senior official of State Department said, this year the United States has tried to improve relations between the two countries by focusing on counterterrism cooperation, Afghanistan’s future and improving market access and trade not aid with bilateral investment treaty.
It may be mentioned that United States accounts for 20 percent of Pakistan’s exports.
The last time Clinton met with Pakistani leadership was in September 2012 at United Nations General Assembly session when she met with President Asif Ali Zardari and also met with President Zardari in Chicago in May during the NATO summit and discussed  five common objectives for further cooperation between two countries.
The five objectives included counter terrorism measures, Afghanistan’s future, bilateral communication, countering improvised explosive devices that are being used against international troops in Afghanistan and the movement towards an economic trade relationship.
Two weeks ago Interior Minister Rehman Malik also met with U.S. Secretary of State Clinton in Washington.
The U.S. State official said there is no sense of continued Pakistani hesitation to work with the United States and Pakistanis are pressing forward because “they recognize that 2014 is not so far away” as the US military withdrawal in Afghanistan is scheduled to be completed in 2014.
 

     

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