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Pak team to play Thailand in opener of Asian volleyball competition
LAHORE, July 29 (APP)- Pakistan volleyball which arrived in Tehran today, Wednesday will play Thailand in its opening match on the Asian volleyball championship on July 31 at Azadi hall.
 
Pakistani footballers likely to qualify for top round of Chicago's Kids Cup tournament
CHICAGO, July 24 (APP): Pakistan's Street Children  Football team scored its second victory in the KICS Cup being played  in the US state of Chicago, is likely to qualify for the final of the tournament. 
 
PCB wants T20 series against Zimbabwe
ISLAMABAD, July 24 (APP): The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has  asked its Zimbabwe counterpart to play a Twenty20 series against the green-shirts rather than One Day Internationals (ODIs) in August.
 
PCB wants T20 series against Zimbabwe
ISLAMABAD, July 24 (APP): The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has  asked its Zimbabwe counterpart to play a Twenty20 series against the green-shirts rather than One Day Internationals (ODIs) in August.
 
ECB confirm series against Pakistan
ISLAMABAD July 23 (APP): The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) on Thursday confirmed details of the autumn series with Pakistan, to  be played in the United Arab Emirates.
 
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Congressional leaders applaud reopening of Pakistani supply routes PDF Print E-mail
WASHINGTON, July 4 (APP): Key Congressional leaders from both Democratic and Republican parties have welcomed reopening of Pakistani supply routes into Afghanistan, expressing the hope for stronger U.S. partnership with Pakistan in the days ahead.In a statement, Senator John Kerry, who chairs the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said “the reopening of the ground supply route into Afghanistan, the GLOCs, is a good example of the importance of us working together”.“This is a significant and important development” he remarked as an expression of remorse by America’s top diplomat Hillary Clinton paved the way for resumption of NATO supplies through Pakistan. Islamabad closed the border crossings after November 26, 2011 attacks on Salala posts along the Afghan border, which killed 24 Pakistani soldiers.

 
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