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Saeed Anwar jr made a 30-ball 36 and took four wickets as Khan Research Laboratories defeated Pakistan International Airlines by 66 runs in Rawalpindi. PIA decided to field first, and left-arm seamer Najaf Shah took five wickets to help bowl KRL out
Pakistan Television (PTV) by 188 runs at Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium ...Taufeeq top-scored with 63 off 187 balls while Akmal's 53 came off 110. Yasim Murtaza and Zohaib Ahmed shared nine wickets between them with the former taking a five-for. The PTV
The Department of Tourism Central Visayas said its tourism recovery plan is now ready, state-run Philippine Information Agency reported Thursday. PIA quoted the DOT Region 7 as saying the plan will be presented to Tourism Secretary Ramon Jimenez Jr.
Put into bat first, PIA lost their opener Sarfraz Ahmad cheaply at 1-3 in 1.2 overs...Malik played responsible innings of 43-ball 42 runs laced with four sixes while he as ably assited by Adeel Malik (18), Sheharyar Ghani (14) and Faisal Iqbal (11).
Dissatisfied with government's explanation of its privatisation programme, a parliamentary committee called on Monday for a briefing by a team of the International Monetary Fund on its recent agreement with Pakistan. Earlier, Privatisation Secretary
PIA fashion show benefits for poor children, Yolanda' survivors 8:40 am Saturday, November 30th, 2013 TV journalists Lloyd Lacuesta and Diane Dwyer emcee PIA's benefit fashion show...Philippine International Aid (PIA) flocked to the organization's
Reuters Six weeks after a deadly magnitude-7.2 quake jarred Central Visayas, tourism in Bohol province has yet to fully recover. And after Typhoon Yolanda swept through the province, snatching more homes and livelihoods, and causing more power
Humble potato must go to Africa', Germany insists Published 21 November 2013 "The potato must go to Africa," said Hans-Jurgen Beerfeltz, state secretary at the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), a few months ago.
Pakistan airline PIA faces £400,000 compensation bill BBC Asian Network PIA has suffered from financial difficulties Pakistan International Airlines has been told by the High Court in London to compensate two UK travel agents after it stopped paying
Captain pilot Riffat Hey of PK791 flight refused to acknowledge the purser Ghulam Mustafa as aircraft manager and made him fly back as a passenger on a separate plane, the Express Tribune reports...Earlier in March, Hey had alleged before the Supreme