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FATA full of cricket talent: M. Akram
PESHAWAR, Aug 30 (APP): Former Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Akram Saturday said that FATA is full of cricket talent and if provided due chances to the upcoming lot they would certainly become the future stars of cricket.
 
Table Tennis Championship to prove a good omen: IPC Minister
ISLAMABAD AUGUST 29 (APP): Federal Minister for Inter Provincial Coordination (IPC), Mian Riaz Hussain Pirzada has said the South Asian Cadet and Junior Table Tennis Championship played here at Rodam Hall would prove as good omen in holding other sport activities saying by seeing this other countries would feel confident in sending their teams to Pakistan.
 
Hamza shock top seed Nofil to reach tennis semis
KARACHI, Aug 29 (APP): Hamza Malik pulled off a shock when defeated top seed and junior international Nofil Kaleem 2-0 to storm into the Under-18 semifinals of second Indus Pharma Seniors and Junior Ranking Tennis Championship after easy victories at Karachi Club here on Friday.
 
National Junior Swimming Championship in Sept: Asif
PESHAWAR, Aug 29 (APP): National Junior Age Group Swimming Championship at Adil Khan Swimming Pool, Qayyum Sports Complex, will be held in September this year, Secretary General Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Swimming Association Asif Orakzai told APP here on Friday.
 
Nasir to clash with Danish in Memorial International Squash final
PESHAWAR, Aug 27 (APP): Top seeded Pakistan No. 1 Nasir Iqbal will clash with Danish Atlas in the final of the 10,000 US $ Hashim Khan Memorial Pakistan International Squash Circuit-II Championship being played here at PAF Squash Complex on Wednesday.
 
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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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