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PM felicitates Pak cricket team
ISLAMABAD, May 26 (APP): Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif has felicitated Pakistan cricket team on winning today's one day international match against Zimbabwe.
 
Top four batsmen set huge total of 375
LAHORE, May 26 (APP): Pakistan, showing excellent bating performance after a long time, set a target of 376 runs and broke a six years old record of highest runs in an innings of ODI with Zimbabwe at Gaddafi Stadium here on Tuesday.
 
Pak gives highest target to Zimbabwe at Gaddafi stadium
LAHORE, May 26 (APP): Pakistan scored highest runs in the One-Day International at Gaddafi Stadium against Zimbabwe breaking the record of Sri Lanka which made 357 runs in 2009.
 
Zimbabwe defences officials gives go ahead signal for Pakistan tour
KARACHI, May. 26 (APP)- Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) chairman Wilson Manase, has said the landmark decision to tour Pakistan was taken after he had spoken to the Zimbabwe’s defence department and was told that it was all right to play in Pakistan.
 
Pakistan women’s team off to Amman to defend BFAME bridge crown
KARACHI, May. 26 (APP)- Pakistan women’s, Open and Seniors teams left here for Amman (Jordan) to take part in the 18th Bridge Federation of Asia and Middle East (BFAME) being held there from May 27 to June 4.
 
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American stuntman completes tightrope walk across Niagara Falls PDF Print E-mail
NEW YORK, June 16 (APP): Daredevil Nik Wallenda on Friday night completed a harrowing tightrope walk in windy, misty darkness 170 feet above Niagara Falls separating the United States and Canada. Wallenda, 33, a member of the famed “Flying Wallendas” family of aerialists, took a little more than 25 minutes to walk 1,800 feet from the U.S. side over treacherous waters and rocks in a nationally televised event. Authorities approved the stunt with the understanding Wallenda would wear a safety tether from the time he stepped out on the cable until he reached solid ground in Canada.
 
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