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Starc named as player of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015
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MELBOURNE, March 29 (APP): Australia fast bowler Mitchell Starc was Monday named as the player of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015.
 
Border express sympathy for no International cricket in Pakistan

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MELBOURNE, March 29 (APP): Former Australian skipper Alan Border has expressed his sympathy that international  cricket is not being staged in Pakistan.

 
Australia grabs 5th Cricket World Cup crown with an emphatic victory over New Zealand

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MELBOURNE, March 29 (APP): Australia regained the Cricket World Cup crown on Sunday when they routed their Trans Transman neighbors New Zealand by seven wickets in the day/night final here at the Melbourne Cricket Ground for their overall fifth title.

 
Record peoples attends 2015 CWC final

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MELBOURNE, March 29 (APP): A record crowd of 1,016421 attended the 49 matches over 44 days across Australia and New Zealand during the 2015 Cricket World Cup, International Cricket Council (ICC) .announced here after the final on Sunday.

 
Australia wins CWC for 5th time
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MELBOURNE, March 29 (APP): Australia won the 11th edition of Cricket World Cup on Sunday when they defeated New Zealand by seven wickets in one-sided final here at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Sunday.
 
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KP plain areas to remain under grip of heat wave in next 2 days PDF Print E-mail
PESHAWAR, July 2 (APP): The Met Office here on Monday reported  that plain areas of Khyber Pakthunkhwa would remain under the grip of heat wave conditions during next 2 days. According to Met Office here, mainly very hot and dry weather is  expected in most part of the country. Most parts of the upper and Central Punjab, Plain areas of KPK, Eastern Balochistan would remain under the grip of  heat wave conditions during next 2 days in last 24 hours. The weather of Abbottabad will remain partly cloudy while hot and dry weather forecast for Peshawar, Mardan and Parachinar.
A seasonal low lies over northwest Balochistan and adjoining areas with  its trough extending to southeast wards.
Mainly very hot and dry weather is expected in most part of the country during next 48 hours. Weather remained very hot and dry in most parts of the country in last 24 hours with no report of rainfall.
Maximum temperatures recorded at  Sibi, Rislapur and Turbat 47oC,  Lahore, Kohat and Mangla  46oC during last 24 hours and pollen count remained 22 per cubic meter.
 

 

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