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comity

(kŏ′mĭ-tē)
In interpersonal relations or social interactions, the condition of politeness, courtesy, and respect.
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ISLAMABAD -- Sardar Ayaz Sadiq, Speaker National Assembly has said that every Pakistani should follow the golden principles of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah to attain a respectable and dignified place for Pakistan in the comity of nations.
You have done a noble job and you should also make efforts to improve country's image in the comity of nations particularly in the UK," Gilani said.
He said the nation was proud of its young generation that would help Pakistan get its rightful place in the comity of nations with honour and dignity.
Late Nelson Mandela pursued the path of honesty and reconciliation throughout his political struggle and his party not only emerged victorious in the restoration of the status o f his country among comity of nations but his impact was also felt in the entire African continent.
25 (ANI): Most analysts are of the view that if Pakistan is to make any progress in the comity of nations, it has shut down its terrorist training camps, and prevent the entry of potential insurgents from abroad.
He said the policies of Pakistan TehrikeInsaf might isolate the country among the comity of nations as Imran Khan is damaging its image by following the path of violence for unconstitutional demands.
The Prime Minister observed that the Pakistani nation recently, with its determination in upholding values of truth and virtues carved a prominent niche not only among the Muslim Ummah but also among the comity of nations.
he Prime Minister conveyed his best wishes, as well as that of the Government and people of India to President Obama, in achieving the goals that he has set for his people and for the role of the United States of America in the comity of nations.
He said Pakistan is being considered an important country in the comity of nations after smooth and peaceful transition of power from one to another civilian government after 2013 elections.
Several challenges facing the country including poverty, illiteracy, ill health, unemployment and terrorism should be addressed on a priority basis with the cooperation of every citizen so that the nation takes its rightful place in the comity of nations," the Vice President added.
He said that Pakistan earned a good name in the comity of nations due to smooth transition of a democratic government to another elected government, but these marchers were bringing a bad name to the country.
Addressing the 18th convocation of Ghulam Ishaq Khan (GIK) Institute of Engineering Science and Technology at Topi, he said that prominent and respectable position among comity of nations could not be achieved without giving due priorities to field of Science and Technology.