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Pakistan is progressing, peace loving country, says Denmark Ambassador
PESHAWAR, Nov 27 (APP): Denmark Ambassador to Pakistan Mr. Jesper Mollar Sorensen has said that Pakistan is a progressing country and its peoples are more enthusiasts, committed and hard workers.
 
Cricket fraternity offers its deepest condolences on Phillip's death
ISLAMABAD, Nov 27 (APP): The Cricket fraternity on Thursday offered its deepest condolences to the family and friends of the Australian batsman Phillip Hughes who passed away following an injury he suffered during a first-class match at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
 
Rashid, Rizwan get selectors' nod for Champions Trophy
KARACHI, Nov 27 (APP): Half back Rashid Mehmood and forward Muhammad Rizwan Senior got selectors nod and were named in an 18- member Pakistan squad for next month's 35th edition of Hockey Champions Trophy staged in Indian city of Bhubaneshawar from December 6 to 14.
 
Dazzling Sajjad sails into 16-round of IBSF World Snooker
KARACHI, Nov 27 (APP): Pakistan's Muhammad Sajjad maintained his dazzling run in the IBSF World Snooker Championship by sailing in the last 16-round in Bangalore (India), said a statement received here on Thursday.
 
Moin expresses shock over Phillip Hughes’ death
ISLAMABAD, Nov 27 (APP): Pakistan chief selector Moin Khan on Thursday expressed deep sorrow and grief over the tragic death of Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes.
 
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Govt taking steps for relief to flood victims: PM PDF Print E-mail
LAHORE, Aug 1 (APP)- Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani said on Sunday that the government was taking proper steps for proivding maximum relief to the people of flood affected areas. He urged civil society and non-government organisations (NGOs) to come forward to play their role in this regard. 

Talking to Chairman Pakistan Red Crescent Society, Punjab, Mian Muhammad Hanif here at the Governor’s House, the Prime Minister said that rehabilitation of flood affectees could only be ensured when all segemnts of a society extended full cooperation.
He said that PRCS should send its representatives to different areas across Pakistan and essure the provision of relief to flood-hit people.
The Prime Minister directed the PRCS to keep liaison with the provincial governments and take solid measures for fully ensuring the provision of medicines and other facilities to flood victims and matters should be shared with National Disaster Management Authority and other departments concerned.
On the occasion, PRCS Chairman Mian Muhammad Hanif apprised the Prime Minister of steps taken by the Red Crescent Society in disaster areas. He said  in the light of directions of the Prime Minister, it would be ensured that all possible steps were taken to help the flood affected people. He also informed the Prime Minister about the performance of the society.
 

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