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Babar bags six wickets for Hyderabad Region
ISLAMABAD, Nov 24 (APP): In the Pool A, Babar Khan of Hyderabad Region bagged 6 wickets for 59 restricting Islamabad Region to a total of 211 runs in their first innings in the round five of the Quaid-e-Azam Cricket Trophy match here at the Diamond Ground.
Hafeez positive for T20s series
ISLAMABAD, Nov 24 (APP): Robust batsman Mohammad Hafeez is optimistic that Pakistan will deliver an outstanding performance in the back-to-back Twenty20s against England from Thursday and Friday at the Dubai International Stadium.
Amir Sohail wants Afridi to focus on batting
ISLAMABAD, Nov 24 (APP): Former Captain Amir Sohail has urged the Twenty-20 skipper Shahid Afridi to focus on his batting saying the all-rounder needs to score runs on the board in order to lead the team from the front.
Islahuddin wants matches against European sides
ISLAMABAD, Nov 24 (APP): Olympian Islahuddin Siddique on Tuesday urged the Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) to organize the junior team’s matches with the European sides in order to prepare them for the next years’ Junior Hockey World Cup in India.
Pakistan to defend its position on ICC Rankings
ISLAMABAD, Nov 24 (APP): Pakistan will be defending its number-two position on the ICC Twenty-20 Team Rankings when it goes head to head with England in a three-match series in Dubai on Thursday (November 26).
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New applications for arms license to be entertained from March: Ministry PDF Print E-mail
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ISLAMABAD, Feb 16 (APP): The Interior Ministry has extended the date of entertaining new applications for grant of new arm license till February 28, the new applications would be entertained from March 1st. According to official sources due to shortage of staff in Arm section of the Ministry and an unusual increase in the demand for arms licenses have forced the Ministry to stop entertaining new application owing to great pendening cases.

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It was unable to entertain new applications until the pending are disposed of, the sources said adding the Ministry was hopeful about clearing the backlog by the end of the current month.

Earlier the Ministry stopped entertaining application for new arms license till February 15 but the date has now been extended owing to backlog.

According to Interior Ministry as many as arms licenses for 1,78,754 non-bore (NPB) were issued during last two years, of which 2,788 arms licenses for prohibited bore were issued by the present government.

Arms licenses are issued on the recommendations of parliamentarians and there is no quota restriction in this regard. However, on the directives of Interior Advisor the Ministry strictly verifies the data of the applicant.

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