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KARACHI, Aug 31 (APP): Pakistan cricket team returned here quietly on Sunday from Colombo after disastrous tour of Sri Lanka where they lost the Test and One-day International series against the hosts.
 
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PESHAWAR, Aug 30 (APP): Former Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Akram Saturday said that FATA is full of cricket talent and if provided due chances to the upcoming lot they would certainly become the future stars of cricket.
 
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ISLAMABAD AUGUST 29 (APP): Federal Minister for Inter Provincial Coordination (IPC), Mian Riaz Hussain Pirzada has said the South Asian Cadet and Junior Table Tennis Championship played here at Rodam Hall would prove as good omen in holding other sport activities saying by seeing this other countries would feel confident in sending their teams to Pakistan.
 
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Bye-Election in NA-28 Buner on December 28: CEC PDF Print E-mail

ISLAMABAD, Nov 20 (APP): Justice (Retd) Qazi Muhammad Farooq, Chief Election Commissioner on Thursday announced that bye-election in constituency of NA-28 Buner would be held on December 28, 2008. The seat has become vacant following the death of Abdul Matin Khan, MNA of the Awami National Party (ANP), said a press release of Election Commission of Pakistan issued here Thursday.

According to the schedule, the candidates can file their nomination papers with Returning Officer from November 24 to 27 while scrutiny of the papers will be held from November 28 to 29.

December 3 has been fixed as last date for filing of appeals against accepting or rejection of nomination papers.

Last date for deciding appeals by the Tribunal is December 6 while last date for withdrawal of candidature is December 12. Publication of revised list of candidates is December 13 and polling will be held on December 28.

The Chief Election Commissioner has also appointed the following as District Returning Officer, Returning Officer and Assistant Returning Officers for the purpose of holding bye-election in Constituency No. NA-28 Buner of National Assembly of Pakistan.

District & Sessions Judge, Buner has been appointed District Returning Officer while Additional District & Sessions Judge-1, Buner as Returning Officer. Civil Judge-1, Buner at Daggar and Executive District Officer (S & L), Buner at Daggar have been appointed Assistant Returning Officer.

 

     

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