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National ranking tennis tourney from Aug 2
ISLAMABAD, July 31 (APP): Pakistan Tennis Federation (PTF) will hold Warid National Ranking Tennis Tournament from August 2-7 here at PTF Complex.
 
FIH announce teams for Youth Olympic Games
ISLAMABAD, Jul 31 (APP): The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has announced the 20 teams that will be competing in the Hockey competition at the 2014 Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing next month.
 
Warid national ranking tourney from Aug 2
ISLAMABAD, July 30 (APP): Pakistan Tennis Federation (PTF) will hold Warid National Ranking Tennis Tournament from August 2-7 here at PTF Complex.
 
FIH announce teams for Youth Olympic Games
ISLAMABAD, Jul 30 (APP): The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has announced the 20 teams that will be competing in the Hockey competition at the 2014 Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing next month.
 
Sarfraz urges players to focus on physical fitness
ISLAMABAD, July 29 (APP): Former Test Cricketer Sarfraz Nawaz has urged the national players to work on their physical fitness keeping in mind the tough weather conditions of Sri Lanka in August.
 
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Pakistan-made balls set to be rolled in Blind Cricket World Cup PDF Print E-mail
By Vincent David

ISLAMABAD, Jun 8 (APP): Pakistani manufactured plastic balls are set to be used for the first time in the forthcoming Blind Cricket World Cup scheduled to be held in South Africa in November this year, thus adding another feather in its cap of being the sports goods producing country.
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Kalash festival ends, girlsí miseries continue PDF Print E-mail
ISLAMABAD, May 18 (APP): Another Kalash gala concluded Friday amid prompt and pedantry but the remote region bordering Afghanistan still lack far behind in social uplift in many spheres such as girls education. The scenic area known for fabulous heed has absolutely no girls school or girls college leaving all the female population illiterate and in highly deplorable condition.
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Commercial areas of Rawalpindi city, cantonment overtaken by encroachers; residents demand immediate PDF Print E-mail
By Suleman Hidayat  
          
RAWALPINDI, Mar 16 (APP): Almost all the main commercial areas of Rawalpindi city and cantonment have been taken over by encroachers, as shopkeepers and vendors are occupying most of the footpaths and parking areas, hampering smooth flow of traffic and pedestrians. The irony is that encroachers in connivance with officials of the civic bodies have set up their stalls on almost all roads of the main markets in the city. The situation is worse in Gawalmandi, Raja Bazaar and its adjacent marketsincluding Iqbal Road, Liaquat Market, College Road, Liaquat Road, Kalaan, Urdu, and Mochi bazaars, Jinnah Road, Jamia Masjid Road, BanniMarket, Kashmiri and  Narankari Bazaars, Namak Mandi, Gunjmandi andother areas.
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Private clinics, labs thrive on ailing public health sector PDF Print E-mail
By Muhammad Aslam 
 
RAWALPINDI, March 10 (APP): This garrison city boasts three major public sector hospitals, but for circumstances beyond their control patients have to rely on mushrooming private medical centers, clinics and laboratories. The situation is in contrast to the avowed unrelenting efforts of the provincial government to provide healthcare to suffering humanity at the public hospitals. Thousands of patients including many from adjoining as well as far-flung areas daily visit Holy Family Hospital (HHF), Benazir Bhutto Hospital (BBH) and District Headquarters Hospital (DHQ).
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No rules to regulate private educational institutions PDF Print E-mail
By Ejaz Shah
RAWALPINDI, March 8 (APP): Private educational institutions in the Rawalpindi district are being run without rules and regulations as 75 per cent of these have been registered by the local education department under the Punjab Private Educational Institutions (Promotions & Regulations) Ordinance 1984. Despite lapse of 30 years, the Punjab Education Department has not framed the required rules and regulations under the 1984 Ordinance, thus giving a free hand to private educational institutions to extract high amounts from parents on the pretext of tuition and examination fees etc. The Punjab Private Educational Institutions (Promotions &  Regulations) Ordinance was promulgated in 1984 for the promotion and regulation of private education sector, with a clause to immediately formulate rules and regulations to keep the ball rolling on the basis of check and balance.

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