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Kamran, Sami’s unbeaten tons enables NBP to fight back in Quaid Trophy final
KARACHI, Dec 25 (APP): Brilliant Kamran Akmal and Sami Aslam smashed contrasting unbeaten centuries as National Bank of Pakistan (NBP) staged a fight-back against Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Ltd (SNGPL) on the penultimate day of their 5-day Quaid-e-Azam Cricket Trophy Gold League final here at the National Stadium on Thursday.
 
PCB chief for quick functioning of PCB Academy, repair of NSK
KARACHI, Dec 24 (APP): Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chief Shaharyar Khan was not happy with condition of country’s premier Test centre - National Stadium Karachi (NSK) and wanted quick completion of PCB Academy here.
 
Rizwan’s double, Khurram’s ton put SNGPL on top in Quaid Trophy final
KARACHI, Dec 24 (APP): Dazzling Muhammad Rizwan blasted a maiden double hundred and Khurram Shahzad smashed an attacking hundred as Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Ltd (SNGPL) tightened their grip in their Quaid-e-Azam Cricket Trophy Gold League final against National Bank of Pakistan (NBP) on Wednesday.
 
Pentangular cricket tournament to begin from Dec 31
MULTAN, Dec 24 (APP): Multanites would enjoy quality cricket after a long time with the commencement of 10-day long pentangular cricket tournament featuring national cricket players at the picturesque Multan Cricket Stadium from December 31.
 
International skier Karim calls on President SFP
PESHAWAR, Dec 24 (APP): International skier Muhammad Karim Wednesday called on Air Marshal Sohail Gul Khan, Vice Chief of the Air Staff Pakistan Air Force, who is also President Ski Federation of Pakistan, (SFP)in his office at Islamabad, says a press release of the Ski Federation of Pakistan.
 
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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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