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Peshawar wins PM Cricket Trophy
ISLAMABAD, Oct 9 (APP): Peshawar thrashed Islamabad by 25 runs in the final of the 3rd Prime Minister of Pakistan Blind Cricket Champions Trophy here Friday at F-9 Park Cricket Ground.
Raheem storms in IBSF World U18 Snooker quarters
KARACHI, Oct 9 (APP): National Junior Champion Abdul Raheem stormed into the quarterfinal of the inaugural IBSF World Under-18 Snooker Championship when whipped Arman Atashsokhan of Iran 4-0 at St.Petersburg (Russia) on Friday.
Nepal to face Pakistan in 50-over match in UAE
ISLAMABAD, Oct 9 (APP): The Nepal cricket team are set to face Pakistan in a 50-over match, which will be played in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in November later this year.
Amir should play more domestic cricket: Azhar Mahmood
ISLAMABAD, Oct 9 (APP): Former all-rounder Azhar Mahmood feels pacer Muhammad Amir should play more domestic cricket saying this way it will give his body more time to get stronger and avoid the situation where he breaks down with an injury when playing international cricket.
Yousuf calls for appointing Saqlain as spin bowling head
ISLAMABAD, Oct 9 (APP): Former Test Cricketer Mohammad Yousuf has said that Saqlain Mushtaq is the best off-spinner available and should be the head of spin bowling in National Cricket Academy.
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PTVís Saraiki channel to promote areaís culture: PM PDF Print E-mail

ISLAMABAD, Apr 21 (APP): Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani on Monday said southern Punjab is rich in cultural heritage which needs to be promoted for next generations. In a message on the launch of Saraiki channel by Pakistan Television (PTV) in Multan, Prime Minister Gilani said the step would help promote the rich heritage of ‘Saraiki Belt’.

The Prime Minister said Multan’s land is fertile with unique cultural traditions which need to be preserved through proper projection.

He said the start of channel would not only project the widely spoken Saraiki language of the area, but also help local artistes find a platform to polish their mastery.

Gilani said his government would focus on preserving cultures of various areas in the country, which altogether formed a beautiful combination of civilization.

Saraiki also called Multani, is an Indo-Aryan language mostly spoken in Southern Punjab and northern Sindh by about 30 million people, according to a 1998 census.

Saraiki is widely spoken in southern Punjab in Dera Ghazi Khan, Multan, Mailsi, Mianwali, Vehari, Rahim Yar Khan, Rajan Pur and Bahawalpur. It is also spoken in NWFP areas specially in Dera Ismail Khan, Kulachi, Tank and Lakki Marwat.

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