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Aamer bags first hat-trick in PSL
ISLAMABAD, Feb 5 (APP): Mohammad Aamer becomes the first bowler to bag a hat-trick in the ongoing Pakistan Super League 2016 after he dismissed Dwayne Bravo, Zohaib Khan and Kevon Cooper. It was the 19th over of the second match of PSL 2016, when Aamer entertained the crowd with PSL’s very first hat-trick, a private news channel reported.
 
Saleem Rajput elected chairman of Karachi Softball Association
KARACHI, Feb 5 (APP): Muhammad Saleem Rajput has been elected unanimously as chairman of the Karachi Softball Association. An announcement on Friday said that the decision to this effect was taken at the annual general body meeting of the Karachi Softball Association (KSA) chaired by its president Asif Azeem.
 
Board decides to review ICCs constitution and governance structures
KARACHI, Feb 4 (APP): The International Cricket Council (ICC) Board considered amendments that had been made to the ICC’s constitution in 2014 and agreed that, ICC announced on Thursday. “In order to avoid any potential conflicts of interest and to follow best practice principles of good governance, it would seek to re-establish as quickly as possible the independent position of ICC Chairman,” world governing body announced in a statement.
 
PSL going to be more like IPL than other leagues: Sethi
ISLAMABAD, Feb 4 (APP): Chairman Pakistan Super League (PSL) Governing Council Najam Sethi has said that the PSL is going to be more like the Indian Premier League IPL than the other leagues.   "I say that because there are 200 million Pakistanis at home and abroad. This is by far the single biggest eyeball market in the cricketing world outside of India," he said in an interview with prominent cricket website ESPNcricinfo.   Sethi expressed the desire to hold to the PSL in Pakistan stating, "That is our aim. It is dependent on two things: the financial success of the PSL, how it catches the imagination of the Pakistanis and the world, and on the security situation."
 
Current generation missing Indo-Pak rivalry: Shoaib Akhtar
ISLAMABAD, Feb 4 (APP): Former pacer Shoaib Akhtar feels the current generation is missing out the unique rivalry of cricket matches between Pakistan and India saying he was looking forward to the Asia Cup where both the countries will meet each other. The cricket lovers around the globe can now take a sigh of relief as they don't have to wait too much to see the Indo-Pak encounter as both the sides will be face to face in the Asia Cup on February 27 in Mirpur, Bangladesh, which will be in its new avatar as a Twenty-20 tournament.
 
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US hopes to resolve Pakistan land routes issue soon PDF Print E-mail
WASHINGTON, May 31 (APP): The United States continues to work with Islamabad towards restoration of Pakistani routes for NATO supplies into Afghanistan and hopes to resolve the issue soon, a State Department spokesman said. “We do remain engaged with Pakistan on reopening these ground lines of communication. We want to and think that opening them would obviously be an important demonstration of Pakistan’s commitment to the international effort to ensure a prosperous, peaceful Afghanistan. So we are working diligently trying to make progress,” Deputy spokesman at the State Department Mark Toner said.
 
Broad Money witnesses downward trend in 2011-12 PDF Print E-mail
ISLAMABAD, May 31 (APP): Broad Money and close substitutes for money, witnessed an expansion of 9.09 per cent as compared to 11.47 percent during the same period in 2010-11, according to Economic Survey of Pakistan 2011-12. The deceleration in the money supply is primarily driven by the  significant fall in the Net Foreign Assets (NFA) of the banking system, along  with increased government borrowing and a one-off settlement of circular debt. During the first half of the fiscal year 2011-12, a significant decline  in capital financial accounts inflows resulted in the depletion of State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) foreign exchange reserves to finance the major part of current deficit.
 
debt registered Rs. 1,315 billion increase: Economic Survey PDF Print E-mail
ISLAMABAD, May 31 (APP): During first nine months of current fiscal year (2011-12), total public debt registered an increase of Rs. 1,315 billion and stood at Rs. 12,024 billion, said Economic Survey 2011-12 released here Thursday. According to the Budgetary Document released by the Finance Minister Dr Abdul Hafeez Shaikh, “Public debt as a percent of GDP stood at 58.2 percent by end-March 2012 as compared to 55.5 percent of GDP during the same period last year”. The bulk of the increase in public debt in the first nine months of 2011-12 has been recorded under domestic debt that accounted for 91 percent of the total increase.
 
400 villages to be electrified on solar PDF Print E-mail
ISLAMABAD, May 31 (APP): The government is planning to electrify 400 villages through solar power as the country is blessed with a huge solar potential of more than 5-6 KWH/mý/day of irradiation in many areas. Launching Economic Survey 2011-12, the minister said the potential of solar energy is feasible for both Solar PV and Solar Thermal application. “The area with highest solar potential is the province of Baluchistan followed by Eastern Sindh and Southern Punjab promising technical and financially viable solar energy projects,” the minister said. He said these projects can be On-Grid or Off-Grid and that some areas in Eastern Sindh and Southern Punjab also have potential for such interventions.
 
Rs.2.51 bln allocated for development projects for Education PDF Print E-mail
ISLAMABAD, May 31 (APP): Finance Minister Dr.Hafeez Sheikh on Thursday said that a sum of Rs. 2.51 billion was made available for development projects of education during the financial year 2011-12  Launching the Economic Survey 2011-12 at a press conference here, he  said the amount includes Rs. 677.4 million for the projects under the Capital Administration and Development Division (CADD). Furthermore Rs. 1.65 billion has been allocated for the teacher training programme under CIDA.
 
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