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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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Prisoners speak of overcrowded, filthy jail conditions PDF Print E-mail
By Atta-ur-Rehman Tareen

ISLAMABAD, Feb 8 (APP): The gigantic compound of Adiala Jail overcrowded with more than 4500 prisoners is confronting multiple problems including substandard and unhygienic food, water and poor living arrangements. Lack of clean drinking water together with substandard food has culminated in spreading several diseases among the prisoners. At least one hundred patients were said to be suffering from infectious diseases in the first week of February, 2013. Witnesses said it was almost a routine that more than one hundred inmates suffer from different diseases and then left unattended unless there was some emergency.
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Major crops yield witnesses tremendous increase during last five years PDF Print E-mail
By Imran Nazir

ISLAMABAD, Feb 07 (APP): Pakistan has turned around not just from a food deficient to food surplus country but has also seen a sharp rise in the production of economically vital cash crops like sugarcane and cotton. Impressive surge in the major crops yeild lends credit to a combination of a sufficient raise in support prices and unhamperd flow of credit for the farmers. This remarkable turnaround has been achieved despite the national calamities like flood and other challenges. Gone are the days when the country had to hurriedly arrange for the import of its major staple crop like wheat to feed its 180 million population.
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Kashmiris optimistic about freedom in occupied Kashmir, want world’s attention towards the dispute PDF Print E-mail
By Altaf Hamid Rao

MIRPUR (AJK), Feb 04 (APP): Observing Kashmir Solidarity Day by over 180 million people of Pakistan on February 5, every year, is a clear manifestation of the bona fide verity that India can never delude world’s opinion any more and the Indian rulers shall have to bow before the explicit will of the gallant people of Jammu and Kashmir struggling to achieve their birth right of self-determination in line with the United Nations’ resolutions.
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Pak-SA Test series may prove a “test” of resilience and adaptability PDF Print E-mail
(An APP Feature By Muhammad Atif Noor)
ISLAMABAD, Feb 2 (APP): After proving their mettle in neighboring India with a 2-1 series victory, Pakistan’s buoyed and rejuvenated cricketers now face the real “Test” of their calibre should they humble South Africa in the ongoing away Test series. Will it turn out to be a contest between a predictable side vs the “most unpredictable in the world”. The proteas are perched on Top of world Test ranking and have successfully, albeit predictably, defended their no.1 position for the last one year.

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All set for Misbah eleven to take on S.A with a hope of kneeling down the number one test side PDF Print E-mail

Feature By Muhammad Atif Noor

ISLAMABAD, Jan 31 (APP): After taking pride by beating India in India, Pakistan’s cricket team,known for its unpredictability, is all ready to take on the world’s number one test side (South Africa), which is surely predictable in dealing her opponents aggressively and with some quality cricket. Beating India at home has always been a biggest achievement and dream of Pakistan, but the dream that is yet to come true is thrashing South Africa in South Africa. The way South Africans manhandled the Kiwis in test series during their recent visit was quite extraordinary. They, however, could not remain consistent in the One-Day series, but, overall the New Zealanders were entirely dominated by the hosts.

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