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Younis Khan becomes oldest Pakistani to score a century in ODI
ISLAMABAD, Dec 18 (APP): Although Younis Khan’s hundred in the third ODI against New Zealand at Abu Dhabi went in vain, he did create a record on the way, becoming the oldest Pakistani batsman to score a one-day hundred.
 
Pakistan A, Kenya series to continue as per schedule
ISLAMABAD, Dec 17 (APP): Kenyan cricket team will complete its ongoing series against Pakistan A, a Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) official said on Wednesday.
 
Murtaza Javed Abbassi congratulates boxer Amir Khan
ABBOTTABAD, Dec 15 (APP): Deputy Speaker National Assembly, Murtaza Javed Abbasi congratulated British born Pakistani boxer Amir Khan on becoming champion in Silver Welterweight category.
 
Hockey team to get a warm welcome: Rana Mujahid
ISLAMABAD, Dec 15 (APP): Secretary General Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) Rana Mujahid Ali said Monday that national hockey team would be given a warm welcome at Wagah border on its arrival back at home from India.
 
International Zahid Tufail of Army wins National Skeet Shooting Championship
PESHAWAR, Dec 14 (APP): International shooter Zahid Tufail of Army clinched the gold medal after a two times tie-breaker with Imdad Sherpao of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in the final super round of the National Skeet Shooting Championship played here at Army Shooting Range, Garrison Park on Sunday.
 
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Govt taking steps for relief to flood victims: PM PDF Print E-mail
LAHORE, Aug 1 (APP)- Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani said on Sunday that the government was taking proper steps for proivding maximum relief to the people of flood affected areas. He urged civil society and non-government organisations (NGOs) to come forward to play their role in this regard. 

Talking to Chairman Pakistan Red Crescent Society, Punjab, Mian Muhammad Hanif here at the Governor’s House, the Prime Minister said that rehabilitation of flood affectees could only be ensured when all segemnts of a society extended full cooperation.
He said that PRCS should send its representatives to different areas across Pakistan and essure the provision of relief to flood-hit people.
The Prime Minister directed the PRCS to keep liaison with the provincial governments and take solid measures for fully ensuring the provision of medicines and other facilities to flood victims and matters should be shared with National Disaster Management Authority and other departments concerned.
On the occasion, PRCS Chairman Mian Muhammad Hanif apprised the Prime Minister of steps taken by the Red Crescent Society in disaster areas. He said  in the light of directions of the Prime Minister, it would be ensured that all possible steps were taken to help the flood affected people. He also informed the Prime Minister about the performance of the society.
 

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