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Ist twenty20 deaf Asia Cup
LAHORE , Apr 17 (APP): The deaf cricket teams of India, Sri Lanka, Afghanistan and hosts Pakistan will be seen in action during the 1st Twenty20 Deaf Asia Cup 2015 which will commence from  April 19 (Sunday).
 
Owais bangs six goals as PIA drubs Punjab B 11-0 in Junior Hockey
KARACHI, Apr 17 (APP): Spearhead Owais-ur-Rehman blasted half a dozen goals as PIA launched their campaign in the 34th National Junior Under-20 Hockey Championship in style by hammering Punjab “B” 11-0 here at the Hockey Club of Pakistan Stadium on Friday.
 
PCB Inter Region U-19 cricket from April 22
KARACHI, Apr 17 (APP): PCB’s two-day Inter Region Under-19 Cricket Tournament will be held here at different venues of the city from April 22, Pakistan Cricket Board announced on Friday.
 
Ilyas hit treble as debutant SSGG routs Punjab B 9-1 in Junior Hockey
KARACHI, Apr. 16 (APP)- Debutant Sui Southern Gas Company (SSGC) made a sensational start in the 34th National Junior Under-20 Hockey Championship with a resounding 9-1 victory over Punjab “B” here at the Hockey Club of Pakistan Stadium on Thursday.
 
ICC Board taken several decisions in Dubai
KARACHI, Apr. 16 (APP)-  The second quarterly meeting of International Cricket Council (ICC) Board concluded at the ICC Headquarters in Dubai on Thursday with several decisions.
 
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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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