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Second seed Abid falls to Imran Shaukat in NBP Subh-e-Nau C’ship
ISLAMABAD, Oct 24 (APP): Second seed M. Abid was thrashed out of NBP Subh-e-Nau National Tennis Championship in semifinal of men’s singles by an unseeded player on Friday here at PTF Complex.
 
ICC empowers umpires in unfairplay
KARACHI, Oct 23 (APP): International Cricket Council (ICC) is empowering umpires to use their discretion in unfairplay, according to reports published in cricket’s leading website carried on Thursday. 
 
PCB Chairman, BoG congratulate Younis on double landmark
KARACHI, Oct 23 (APP): Chairman Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Shaharyar M. Khan Thursday has congratulated Younis Khan on achieving two significant landmarks on day one of the first Test Wednesday against Australia at Dubai International Stadium.
 
47th Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Amateur Golf Championship start on Friday
PESHAWAR, Oct 23 (APP): The 47th edition of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Amateur Golf Championship will tee-off at 6666-yards PAF Golf Course today (Friday) over 54-hold, 18-hole each day.
 
PCB extends remedial work on Saeed Ajmal
KARACHI, Oct 22 (APP): The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB has decided to extend Saeed Ajmal’s remedial work under Saqlain Mushtaq’s watch by another 15 days.
 
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100 more bodies retrieved as death toll climbs to 433 in Swat/Shangla PDF Print E-mail
SWAT, Aug 2 (APP): As water starts receding in river Swat and streams, 116 more dead bodies have been retrieved in Swat and Shangla with dead toll reaching 433 in both districts. In Shangla 16 more dead bodies were recovered from the debris of the land sliding raising the total number of casualties to 180 in the district.

A total of 52 villages, 23 link bridges, dozens of schools, medical centers, hundreds of shops, houses, plazas and precious orchards of various crops and fruits have been washed away by the flash floods as various epidemics have been reported in the mountainous district.
Still over 200 tourists were trapped in Kalam, Madyan and Behrain as these areas have been cut off from the rest parts of the country while 500 have been airlifted by the chopper to Khwazakhela.
Around 0.8 million in Tehsil Kabal and other areas of Swat are deprived of the edibles has triggered apprehension of feminine in the districts.  The hoarders and profiteers are charging the flood stricken people at exorbitant rates for essential goods.
Similarly, hotels at the scenic resorts at Kalam, Behrina, Madyan, Mankyal and other tourist’s resorts have been submerged by the killer rains.
Meanwhile, two Dubai return locals of Swat were taken away by callous river while crossing it at Sheen area in district Swat.
Attaullah and his friend had arrived Swat Mingora on Saturday from Dubai and while crossing the river in a local boat have been drowned in midst of the river. Local people are searching for the dead bodies.
 

     

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