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Sharjeel stuns World Champion Asif in KC Challenge Snooker
KARACHI, Apr 23 (APP): Sharjeel Mehmood stunned former World Champion Muhammad Asif 4-1 to chalk out his third victory on the third day of 18th Karachi Club Open Challenge Snooker Tournament at KC’s Amir Bakhsh Billiards Hall on Wednesday.
A unique feat at KBA Bridge
KARACHI, Apr 23 (APP): A Dead Heat of three bridge players-Shakeel Chandna, Pak Day International Pairs Bridge winner, Shahab Khan and enthusiast Muhammad Rafique, all of them finished on top with a handsome score of 59.38 percent, Karachi Bridge Association (KBA) announced on Wednesday.
Three matches decided in Nishan-e-Haider hockey Tournament
LAHORE, Apr 23 (APP): Pakistan Railways, Wapda and National Bank of Pakistan marched ahead in the Ninth Nishan-e-Haider Hockey Tournament after winning their respective matches on Wednesday at the Mutiullah hockey stadium Bahawalpur.
Sherwani, Jan optimistic about hockey revival
KARACHI, Apr 23 (APP): Former Olympian Salim Sherwani and international Jan Muhammad are optimistic about the revival of Pakistan hockey despite a bleak scenario.
Zaheer Abbas named principal advisor to Chairman PCB
LAHORE, Apr 21 (APP): Pakistan Cricket Board has appointed, former test cricketer, Zaheer Abbas as the Principle Advisor to PCB Chairman and Moin Khan as Chief Selector and Manager of National Cricket Team.
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Country needs a protective law: Qadir Baloch PDF Print E-mail
ISLAMABAD, April 7 (APP): Minister for State and Frontier Regions Abdul Qadir Baloch on Monday called for a protective law to save the country from terrorism and sectarian violence. “The country is bleeding. We need to protect lives and property of our people and this needs a protective law,” he said speaking in National Assembly during discussion on the Protection of Pakistan Bill 2013 and the Protection of Pakistan (Amendment) Bill 2014. He said the situation started worsening from 1999 and two previous governments also lived with the same situation but enacted no law for protection.
Russia lifts ban on import of Pakistani oranges PDF Print E-mail
ISLAMABAD, April 7 (APP): Minister for Commerce Engineer Khurram Dastgir Khan Monday said that Russia had lifted the ban on import of Pakistani oranges, a citrus fruit, from February 24. He informed the Lower House that the Russian agro-industry put ban on the import of all Pakistani agricultural products on September 30, 2013 but
oranges import had been restored after removing their reservations by the present government. Dastagir said that Pakistan had exported round about 1209.1 Metric Ton of oranges during July to December 2013-2014.
Afghan expatriates running business without FBR registration PDF Print E-mail
ISLAMABAD, April 7 (APP): Minister for States and Frontier Regions Lt. Gen. (Retd.) Abdul Qadir Baloch Monday stated that the people of Afghan origin were running their businesses in the country without Federal Board of Revenue (FBR)’s registration or any other entity at provincial level. He pointed out that according to a survey, conducted by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) during 2010-2011 about the Afghan Population Profiling, Verification and Response (PPVR) and their economic activities in the country, 44,076 Aghan nationals had invested considerable amounts of money in their business over the years.
15% civilian quota for FG schools in cantonments PDF Print E-mail
ISLAMABAD, April 07 (APP): Parliamentary Secretary for Defence Chaudhry Jaffar Iqbal on Monday informed the House that 15 per cent quota for civilian and 85 per cent for army men have been allocated in the federal government schools in cantonments. Replying to a calling attention notice in the National Assembly, Jaffar Iqbal said this percentage is high for one segment because more military men are living in these areas. The Parliamentary Secretary said that in fact in the all F.G Schools in the Cantonment, above 33 per cent is allocated for children of civilians and 76 per cent for children of army men because those civilians are also included who work in departments of armed forces.
Line Losses at 100 feeders of KP, FATA at 90%: Khawaja Asif PDF Print E-mail
ISLAMABAD, April 7 (APP): Minister for Water and Power Khawaja Muhammad Asif told National Assembly on Monday that line losses at 100 feeders of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and FATA were at 90 percent. The Minister was speaking before passage of a resolution by National Assembly for extending Criminal Law (Amendment) Ordinance, 2013 for further period of 120 days from April 29 to continue stern action against power thieves. The Minister said 2000 megawatts would be added to the national grid in next two months which would reduce loadshedding further.
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