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O’Keefe set to make debut against Pakistan in first Test
KARACHI, Oct 20 (APP): Steve O’Keefe has a good chance of making his debut in Dubai alongside the incumbent offspinner Nathan Lyon, said a report carried by cricket’s leading website on Monday.
 
Tanvir emerges on top in KBA Bridge
KARACHI, Oct. 20 (APP)- Team Tanvir, having top veterans in their line-up won the Weekly Karachi Bridge Association (KBA) Swiss League Tournament at Aslam Hall on Sunday evening.
 
Hamza, Sajjad qualify for last rounds of Qatar 6-Red Snooker
KARACHI, Oct 20 (APP)- Pakistan’s duo of Hamza Akbar and Muhammad Sajjad qualified for the last 16 rounds of inaugural Qatar Academy 6-Red Snooker Championship in Doha after three straight victories, according to a message received here on Monday.
 
Dollar East to honor Misbah, Ajmal & top cricketers
KARACHI, Oct. 20 (APP)- Dollar East will be honoring Pakistan’s top cricketers including captain Misbah-ul-Haq, Saeed Ajmal, Asad Shafiq, Kamran Akmal and Sarfraz Ahmed for their meritorious contribution in the sport.
 
Miandad sees Test series as a comeback to form for Misbah
ISLAMABAD, Oct 20 (APP): Legendary Batsman, Javed Miandad sees the Pakistan-Australia Test series as a comeback one for the skipper Misbah-ul-Haq saying Misbah should aim in winning the series and regain his lost form.
 
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US finds no evidence Osama bin Laden had support network in Pakistan PDF Print E-mail
WASHINGTON, March 31 (APP): The United States has found no credible evidence to believe that slain al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden had a broader network of support during his hiding in Pakistan, the State Department said. Mark Toner, Deputy Spokesperson at the State Department, told reporters the Pakistani government had not lied to the United States on bin Laden, who was killed in a U.S. raid May last year in his Abbottabad hideout. “Immediately after the Abbottabad raid, we asked the Pakistani government the question of whether there was a larger network at play here or there was some kind of network of support, I guess, for bin Ladin when he was there. We have not received any information that indicates that there was such a network of support there.” Toner said.
 

     

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