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National Women Softball Championship-2014 starts
RAWALPINDI, April 18 (APP): A three-day National Women Softball Championship-2014 started at Pindi Cricket Stadium here on Friday.
 
Army wins national netball championship title
LAHORE, Apr 18 (APP): Army routed Higher Education Commission 27-17 in the final and won the title of the 13th national men’s netball championship at Islamabad’s PSB complex on Friday.
 
Afghan cricket teamís training camp starts
KARACHI, Apr 18 (APP)- A short training of Afghanistan team in preparations for ACC Premier League 2014 began here at the Arabian Sea Country Club (ASCC) at the outskirts of the city on Friday.
 
PCB advertises for spin bowling consultant for Pakistan team
KARACHI, Apr 18 (APP): Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Friday placed an advertisement in some newspapers for positions as the coaching staff in Pakistan cricket.
 
Saeed Ajmal cleared for county cricket
ISLAMABAD, Apr 18 (APP): Star off-spinner Saeed Ajmal has been given clearance by Pakistan Cricket Board to play a shortened stint with Worcestershire in the English season.
 
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Economic Survey 2009-2010
Pakistan to become fourth largest nation on earth by 2050 PDF Print E-mail
ISLAMABAD, Jun 4 (APP): Pakistan will become the fourth largest nation on earth in terms of population by the year 2050, says Economic Survey 2009-10 released here on Friday.   With a median age of around 20 years, Pakistan is also a “young” country. It is estimated that currently there are approximately 104 million Pakistanis below 30 years.  The proportion of population residing in urban centres has risen to 36%. Since 1950, it is estimated that Pakistan’s urban population has expanded over seven fold. HTML clipboard
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Human development witnesses 3.58% increase in outgoing FY PDF Print E-mail
ISLAMABAD, Jun 4 (APP): The Pakistan Peoples Party-led coalition government took a number of measures for poverty alleviation that resulted in 3.58 per cent increase in human development during the fiscal year 2009-10 as compared to the previous year. According to the economic survey 2009-10 released by Finance Advisor Dr. Abdul Hafeez Sheikh, human development held the maximum proportionate share of 36.02 percent, which was 3.58 percent points higher than the previous year. HTML clipboard
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GDP grows at 4.1 percent despite difficulties:Hafeez Shaikh PDF Print E-mail
ISLAMABAD, June 4 (APP): Advisor to the Prime Minister on Finance, Senator Dr. Abdul Hafeez Shaikh said on Friday that Gross Domestic Products (GDP) grew at 4.1 percent in the current financial year 2009-10 notwithstanding major economic challenges and difficulties. “Macroeconomic stability achieved over the past two years has started a moderate recovery in the economy, despite one of the most serious economic crises in the country’s recent history,” he told at a crowded press conference here on Friday.  HTML clipboard
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Countryís literacy rate improved: Survey PDF Print E-mail
ISLAMABAD, Jun 4 (APP): Overall literacy rate in the country has improved remarkably from previous 56% to 57 %, says the Economic Survey of Pakistan 2008-09 released on Friday.  The data shows that literacy remained higher in urban areas (74%) than in rural areas (48%), and is more prevalent for men (69%) compared to women (45%).  However, it is evident from the data that overall female literacy is rising over time, but progress is uneven across the provinces. HTML clipboard
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Energy consumption in all sources witness negative growth: Survey PDF Print E-mail
ISLAMABAD, June 4 (APP): Energy consumption in all sources witnessed a negative growth rate during 2008-09 mainly on the back of lower economic activity and circular debt problem during the period. Whereas, due to revival in the macroeconomic activity, the energy consumption in petroleum products, gas and coal has witnessed a positive growth rates of 8.1 percent, 3.0 percent and 10.0 percent respectively during July-March 2009-10 over the corresponding period last year, according to economic survey released by Finance Division here on Friday.  HTML clipboard
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