2017 October 08

Archive for October 8th, 2017

PAKISTAN HOCKEY TEAM TO LEAVE FOR BANGLADESH TODAY TO PARTICIPATE IN ASIA CUP

October 8, 2017 |

Pakistan hockey team will leave for Bangladesh today to participate in the Asia Cup beginning from Wednesday.

In an interview, Secretary Pakistan Hockey Federation Shahbaz Ahmad Senior has said that the national team will be sent to Australia and Europe …

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DUBAI TEST: SRI LANKA SCORED 34/5 AT STUMPS OF 3RD DAY

October 8, 2017 |

On the third day of the second and final cricket test against Pakistan at Dubai, Sri Lanka will resume their second innings at the overnight score of 34 for 5 today.

Earlier, Pakistan in their first innings scored 262 while …

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RING LEADER OF EXTORTIONIST GROUP ARRESTED IN PESHAWAR

October 8, 2017 |

Ring leader of an extortionist group was arrested from Hashtnagri area of Peshawar on Sunday.

According to Counter Terrorism Department Peshawar, he used to collect money from general public by making threatening telephone calls.

Source: Radio Pakistan

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‘They’ll Take Us Into Custody’: Turkish Teachers In Kazakhstan Fear Going Home

October 8, 2017 |

Yakub Doganai came to Kazakhstan from his native Turkey 18 years ago to work as a teacher at a private school in the capital, Almaty.

Like other foreigners, Doganai has had to renew his visa every year, normally nothing more …

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DUBAI TEST: PAKISTAN SCORED 51/0 AT STUMPS OF 2ND DAY

October 8, 2017 |

On the second day of the second cricket Test against Sri Lanka at Dubai , Pakistan in their first innings were 51 for no loss at stumps .

Earlier, Sri Lanka in their first innings were all out at 482 …

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CONSTRUCTION WORK OF 136 HYDROPOWER PROJECTS IN PROGRESS IN MALAKAND, HAZARA DIVISIONS

October 8, 2017 |

In Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, work on construction of one hundred and thirty-six hydropower projects is in progress in Malakand and Hazara Divisions.

Sources of Pakhtunkhwa Energy and Development Organization told Radio Pakistan Peshawar Correspondent that these projects will be completed by …

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