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UN chief appoints panel on creating ‘technology bank’ for world’s poorest nations -
UNITED NATIONS, Nov 27 (APP): United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has announced the formation of a High-Level Panel to study the scope and functions of a proposed new ‘technology bank’ dedicated to helping the world’s least developed countries (LDCs) advance out of poverty, the Organization’s spokesperson confirmed Thursday.


PM’s address at SAARC summit reflects Pakistan’s desire for peaceful ties with S.Asian states: Irfan -
KATHMANDU, Nepal, Nov 27 (APP): Prime Minister’s Advisor on National Affairs on Thursday said Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif’s comprehensive address at the 18th SAARC summit reflects Pakistan’s desire for maintaining peaceful ties with South Asian countries.


US adds planes to bolster drive to wipe out Islamic State: NYT -
NEW YORK, Nov 27 (APP): The United States is shifting more war planes from Afghanistan to the Middle East, but the Islamic State, a hybrid  between a conventional army and a terrorist network, has been difficult to target, a leading American newspaper reported Thursday.


UN rights experts urge President Obama to release report on CIA torture allegations -
UNITED NATIONS, Nov 26 (APP): A group of United Nations human rights experts Wednesday urged US President Barack Obama to support “the fullest possible release” of a report detailing Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) interrogation practices, saying Washington must rise to meet the high human rights standards it has set for itself and others around the world.


UN rights chief voices concern over 'disproportionate' killing of African-Americans by US police -
UNITED NATIONS, Nov 26 (APP): The decision by a Grand Jury in Missouri to absolve a police officer for the fatal shooting of an African-American teenager has spotlighted broader concerns about institutionalized discrimination across the United States, the top United Nations human rights official has said.


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KPK clinch Inter-Provincial Judo Championship
ISLAMABAD, Nov 26 (APP): Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK) won the 5th Inter-Provincial Judo Championship on Wednesday here at Hamidi Hall, Pakistan Sports Complex.
 
Sajjad beats Jones to top group in IBSF World Snooker
KARACHI, Nov 26 (APP): Pakistan's ace cueman Muhammad Sajjad ended his league outing in the IBSF World Snooker Championship in style by registering his sixth straight win in Bangalore (India) Tuesday night.
 
Miandad backs Kenyan team's tour to Pakistan
ISLAMABAD, Nov 26 (APP): Legendary batsman Javed Miandad while backing the Kenya next month's tour to Pakistan said if this visit fails to bring in other foreign teams here than it would prove an expensive gamble for the Pakistan Cricket Board.
 
Pakistan skiing contingent arrives in Austria
PESHAWAR, Nov 26 (APP): A Ski Federation of Pakistan (SFP) contingent comprising one male and a female athlete has reached Austria to participate in International Ski Federation (FIS) Alpine Training Camp. The FIS Alpine Training Camp is organized each year in Stubaital and Hintertux, Austria under the FIS Development Program. 
 
Two-member SFP to participate in Alpine Training Camp
ISLAMABAD, Nov 26 (APP): A two-member contingent of Ski Federation of Pakistan (SFP) has departed to Austria for participation in the International Ski Federation (FIS) Alpine Training Camp.
 
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ISLAMABAD, April 7 (APP)- Foreign Office on Sunday responding to a query regarding a story published in New York Times on an alleged deal on drones,  said that the story is baseless and a part of the propaganda to create confusion about the clear position of Pakistan on this matter.  “We have repeatedly affirmed that Pakistan regards the use of drone strikes as counter productive,” said Foreign Office Spokesman Aizaz Ahmed Chaudhry responding to this news. He said drone strikes violate Pakistan’s sovereignty and International Law. The spokesman said there is now a growing debate in the international community to consider the legality and legitimacy of drone strikes.

 

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