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IOC ‘satisfied’ with Rio 2016 preparations
ISLAMABAD, Oct 2 (APP): The International Olympic Committee (IOC) said it was ‘satisfied’ with the state of preparations for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
 
CAS International Squash from October 16
PESHAWAR, Oct 2 (APP): Pakistan Squash Federation would be organizing Chief of Air Staff International Squash Championship at Mushaf Squash Complex, Islamabad with a prize purse of US$ 25,000/-.
 
Pakistan went down fighting 25-14 against Iran in Asian Games Kabbadi semis
INCHEON, South Korea, Oct 2 (APP): Like 2010 in Guangzhou, Pakistan ended with a bronze medal in 17th Asian Games Kabbadi event after going down fighting against Iran by 25-14 margin in the semifinal at Songodo Gymnasium court on Thursday.
 
Waseem contends with a bronze medal in Asian Games boxing
INCHEHON, South Korea, Oct 2 (APP): Pakistan's silver medal hope in boxing event was shattered on Thursday when top pugilist Muhammad Waseem was contended with a bronze medal after was out-boxed in the final of his flyweight division bout by Shakhobidin Zoirov of Uzbekistan of XVII Asian Games Boxing Tournament here at Seohnak Gymnasium on Thursday.
 
Trials to select final lineup for Sultan of Johor Tournament on Saturday
ISLAMABAD, Oct 1 (APP): The trials to select final lineup for Fourth  Edition of Sultan of Johor Junior Hockey Tournament will be held at Naseer Bunda Hockey Stadium Islamabad on Saturday.
 
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PTV’s Saraiki channel to promote area’s 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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