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Pakistan Test series tougher than Aussies,says England assistant coach
ISLAMABAD, Oct 7 (APP): England's assistant coach Paul Farbrace has warned his team that Test series against Pakistan is going to be tougher than the challenges that they faced against Australia, a few months ago in the Ashes 2015.
Pak-England series would have better with Amir: Alec Stewart
ISLAMABAD, Oct 7 (APP): Former England batsman Alec Stewart has said that the Pakistan-England series to be held at the UAE this month would have been even better if pacer Mohammad Amir had been selected in the national squad.
Tour de Galiyat National Cycling Race from Oct 13
PESHAWAR, Oct 7 (APP): The Tour de Galiyat will be organized in joint venture of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Cycling Association and Tourism Corporation Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (TCKP) on October 13-14, 2015.
Peshawar qualify for 6th Right to Play Soccer semi-final
PESHAWAR, Oct 7 (APP): Peshawar qualified for the semi-final after upsetting strong Mardan Red in the quarter-final of the 6th Right to Play Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Inter-District Football Championship being played at Younis Stadium Mardan on Wednesday.
Pakistan team to participate in Weightlifting Championships
ISLAMABAD, Oct 7 (APP): A six-member Pakistan Weightlifting contingent on Wednesday was given visa by the Indian High Commission (IHC) to participate in the Commonwealth Youth, Junior and Senior Weightlifting Championships scheduled to be held at Pune from October 11 to 16.
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Commodore Zakaullah promoted as Rear Admiral PDF Print E-mail
ISLAMABAD, May 9 (APP): Commodore Muhammad Zakaullah has been promoted to the rank of Rear Admiral with immediate effect, said a press release of Public Relations Directorate of Pakistan Navy.

Rear Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah joined Pakistan Navy in 1975 and was commissioned in June 1978 in Operations branch.

He has the distinction of being awarded Sword of Honour and the Chief of the Naval Staff Gold Medal. He has qualified Internal Principle Warfare officer course from United Kingdom.

During his career, he has served at various sea and shore billets which include Destroyers, Mine sweepers and other combat platforms. He has been the Executive Officer of PNS Babur and later Commanded Destroyer PNS Tippu Sultan.

He has also Commanded Destroyer Squadron of Pakistan Navy. On shore appointments, he served as, Naval Headquarters. He has also served as Defence Attache in Qatar.

He is a graduate of Royal Navel Staff College (UK) and National Defence University (Pakistan). He obtained MA (Defence Studies) degree from London University.

He is keen Yachtsman and has represented Pakistan at Numerous International events including 1984 Olympics and Asian Games of 1986 and 1990.He has won Gold medal at the Asian Games twice.

ln recognition of his meritorious services, he was awarded Tamgha-e-Imtiaz (Military) and Sitara-e-Imtiaz (Military). He is also a recipient of President’s Award for Pride of Performance for outstanding performance in yachting.

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