LAHORE Secretary General Jamaat-i-Islami Liaqat Baloch has warned the government that granting India MFN status would pave way for India to be permanent member of Security Council in the United Nations. Addressing the party workers from NA-126 at Mansoora on Saturday, he said that the traders community must also keep in mind Indian attitude towards Pakistan and the negative impacts of the decision of bilateral trade. Baloch lashed out at the government saying that it had strengthened the U-turn policy on Kashmir adopted by Pervaiz Musharraf inflicting irreparable loss to Kashmir freedom movement. He recalled that India had occupied many states including Kashmir during partition and massacred Muslims denying their right to self-determination. Now India was building dams on rivers that flow to Pakistan in order to barren Pakistani soil but the government was not paying proper attention to it, he deplored. World Diabetes Day observed: Endocrine and Diabetic Clinic, Department of Medicine, Sheikh Zayed Hospital, conducted patient related activity about diabetes in OPD on Saturday to mark the World Diabetes Day. Free testing facility of eye checkup, sugar and cholesterol was conducted besides examination from senior doctors. Chairman and Dean Sheikh Zayed Hospital Prof Zafar Iqbal inaugurated the ceremony. Afterwards, a CME seminar was conducted at Kidney Centre. This seminar was specified for postgraduate students, paramedics and hospital faculty. The participants were briefed about diabetic complications and preventions. The venue was decorated with balloons, candles and lights, all blue colour to match the theme colour of World Diabetic Day. UHS declares results: University of Health Sciences (UHS) has announced the result of Second Professional BSc (Hons) Medical Lab Technology (Revised Scheme) Supplementary Examination 2010. As many as 60 candidates from 10 affiliated institutes appeared in the exam out of which 35 passed. The pass percentage remained 58.33.