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6 Tuesday, February 13, 2018 Biz CPEC to take Pak-China relations to new heights, Chinese Ambassador ISLAMABAD: Chinese Ambassador Yao Jing has said that China Pakistan Economic Corridor was a mirror of the ages-old friendship between the two countries and it would be taken to new heights by our coming generations. Addressing to a reception dinner in a local hotel here, the ambassador said, “Now I see the enthusiastic young blood in abundance around me which will take LAHORE: Small and Medium Enterprises Development Authority (SMEDA) Monday initiated a nation-wide consultation process to solicit inputs for Federal Budget 2018-19 by approaching around 250 SME (Small and Medium Enterprise) stakeholders including SMEs, Chambers of Commerce and Industry, trade associations and sector development companies. the two countries to new heights of friendship never reached before”. He also urged the gathering to keep on working to further strengthen people to people contacts at multilateral levels. Expressing his affection with Pakistan, the ambassador informed that it was his third assignment in Pakistan. “Pakistan is my second home and its not a new According to SMEDA officials here Monday, the stakeholders had been asked to send their recommendations by end of this month regarding taxation tariff, regulatory procedures and any other issue that may limit SME progress. The received budget recommendations would be submitted to Ministry of Industries and Production (MoI&P), Ministry of place for me ”, he remarked. The ambassador also expressed satisfaction on the working of All Pakistan China Friendship Association (APCFA) for enhancing socio-political to cultural linkages between the two countries. . Earlier, in her welcoming remarks, Mrs. Attia Qutub, President APCFA noted that bilateral ties were strengthening at diverse areas of mutual Finance (MoF) and Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) for inclusion in the Federal Budget 2018-19. Meanwhile, SMEDA CEO Sher Ayub said that Federal Budget and Trade Policy had become the most important policies reshaping the business environment landscape in instantaneous terms in Pakistan, therefore, it was now an established fact that jointly these two cooperation. She also expressed her association’s resolve to further bridging the links. It is worth mentioning here that the association has been actively working to promoting the friendly relations between the two countries for the last 40 years. The dinner, hosted by APCFA the other day, was attended by members of executive committee of APCFA, Senior patrons, SMEDA starts consultation on SME budget proposals Sugar mill owners violating court orders to pay fixed rate Bureau Report HYDERABAD: Sindh Chamber of Agriculture has lashed out at sugar mill owners of province for not making payment to growers at rate of Rs.160 per 40 kg and instead were not paying more than Rs.130 violating orders of Sindh High Court. In this regard a meeting of SCA was held here presided by its senior vice president Shah Nawaz Shah. It made appeal to SHC to take notice of contempt of its orders. Chamber expressed grave concern that sugarcane growers were forced by mill owners to suffer huge financial loss as since October last year they were being hounded by mill owners with result that during last more than 3 months the sugarcane crop has dried up. The meeting was told that due to belated harvesting of sugarcane the cultivation of wheat crop has adversely been affected. After challenging writ of government sugar mill owners were now openly violating court orders, the members were told. Meeting asked Sindh government to finalise a plan to procurement of wheat and distribution of gunny bags to growers so to avert corruption in distribution of gunny bags as happens to be case every year. NAUNDERO: Vehicles loaded with sugarcanes stand outside Sugar Mills wait for their turn to unloading sugarcanes for sells to sugar mill creating serious traffic jams problems for commuters at Larkana-Sukkur Highway near Naundero. Imtiaz Dharani I S L A M K O T : Commander V Corps – Sindh Lieutenant General Shahid Baig Mirza Hilali-Imtiaz (M) has said that it’s a matter of pride for him as a Pakistani to witness the grand energy project in progress in Thar Block II, under the control of the Sindh Engro Coal Mining Company (SECMC). He held the Thar Foundation’s efforts in employing and awarding contracts to locals as ‘commendable’. Corp Commander Karachi visited the Thar Block II along with his family yesterday and observed the mining operations at the country’s first open-pit coal mine, under-construction power plant, and community development projects undertaken from the platform of the Thar Foundation, a nonprofit supported by the SECMC and Engro Powergen Thar Limited (EPTL). Appreciating the technical aspects of the project, Baig also expressed vehemently, “it’s the first project of its kind and it’s been done in such a meticulous manner that I feel proud as a Pakistani. I’m sure the project will prove to be the key gamechanger in the country’s energy sector.” “Steps taken by the policies most profoundly affect SMEs and their growth pattern. There had been an increased acknowledgement of the role of SMEs in the economy yet there remained lack of focus on SMEs in allocating resources and awarding incentives, which needed to be addressed prudently in light of the stakeholders’ aspirations, he added. USC to make quality assurance to its customers ISLAMABAD: new strategy evolved for Utility Stores to harmonize its timing requirements. Quality assurance department has been established in the institution to improve the quality of food items. According to the details, the Utility Stores Corporation of Pakistan has devised new policies, along with its re-organization to make the organization compatible with contemporary requirements and make it a profitable institution. former Presidents and their families, and the officials from Chinese embassy. The association gifted a unique Truck Art panel to Yao Jing and wished him and the Chinese guests a very happy Chinese New Year. The representative from China Desk of Foreign Office, Ms Saima offered full cooperation in materializing the vision of further strengthening Pak-China friendship. Senate body approves budget proposals for 156 projects worth Rs 193 bn ISLAMABAD: A meeting of Senate standing committee on Power Division Monday approved budget proposals for 156 projects worth Rs 193 billion. Senator Israrullah Zehri, chairman of the committee chaired the meeting. Among these projects 76 continued projects of NTDC are also included while funding of 12 projects would be done through the government. The meeting was told that finance for 11 projects would be provided through DOP and government of Pakistan will pay Rs 7.7 million from total Rs 193 billion. A sum of Rs 80 billion will be funded by Asian Development Bank and Islamic Bank for these projects. The committee expressed serious concerns over irrigating thousands acres land of Punjab from Khichi canal. Upon this Secretary, Yousuf Nayyar Khokhar said he will look into the matter as Khichi canal was purely for Balochistan. The meeting was informed that Khichi canal was completed with a cost of Rs 57 billion, which will irrigate 72000 acres land. Thailand an excellent destination for Pak Exports: LCCI President LAHORE: LCCI) President Malik Tahir Javaid has said that potential to export goods Thailand from Pakistan was far more diversified and sizeable than the current one. He was speaking at Thai Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Board of Trade of Thailand, where Deputy Secretary General Kasemsit Pathomsak, Section Project Manager Charoen Pokphand Foods Public Company Limited Kulkanlaya Kritnoi, Managing Director MICAP Machineries Limited Mingpant Chaya. Visi Of Thar Coal Area Steps taken by Engro Coal for community development are praiseworthy: Lt Gen Baig company chief local Shamsuddin Ahmed Shaikh for the community development are praiseworthy,” he added. Speaking about the livelihood opportunities given by the Company to the local workforce, Corp Commander opined that the development in any area is not development if it does not benefit the population. SECMC’s initiatives in this regard have taken some good steps for onboarding of the local community and, therefore, the local population has started owning the project as their own. “The Thar Coal project will prove to be an important milestone in country’s development, and all projects of the CPEC are significant for Pakistan and, therefore, for Pakistan Army,” Corp Commander further expressed. Reassuring of security for CPEC projects, the Lt General said, “Pakistan Army and its subordinate forces will not allow a scratch on CPEC projects in Sindh, and foolproof security has been ensured in this regard.” He added that they are extending full support to the company administration and that people working on the project should keep the up the good work as they are vigilant about their safety. He also mentioned that their teams keep undertaking security audit frequently to that the project is successful. Corp Commander Karachi also visited the biosaline agriculture project, model house, green park as well the Thar Foundationsupported primary school at village Mansingh Bheel where he mingled with the community and spent time with kids. CORPORATE CORNER LG’s 2018 speakerlineup wows with premium sound, ease of use and now smart capabilities KARACHI / SEOUL: LG Electronics (LG) recently showcased its superior, clearer and smarter lineup of premium audio products that promises to change the way people think about home speakers. New for 2018 is Meridian Audio’s advanced high performance audio technology to deliver more natural and warm sound. From immersive Dolby Atmos soundbars to portable Bluetooth speakers and its latest artificial intelligence (AI) speaker , LG has something for every music and movie lover. Sound All Around and Above LG’s new SK10Y soundbar delivers 550W of powerful output and supports 5.1.2 channels by harnessing the power of Dolby Atmos technology. A unique aspect of the technology is that unique “sound objects” can be precisely placed anywhere in a three-dimensional space for an immersive sound from all directions, including the ceiling, which enhances realism and the effect of being in the middle of the action. To create such powerful, textured sound, the SK10Y is equipped with multiple speakers - including a pair of powerful up-firing speakers - to envelop the listener from every angle. Users can adjust the volume of the upfiring speakers to optimize the sound with the height of the ceiling in room. LG’s partnership with Meridian Audio benefitted the SK10Y speaker with innovative audio enhancements designed to deliver an unsurpassed listening experience. As a pioneer of high-performance, high-fidelity audio and an authority on Digital Signal Processing (DSP) and the field of psychoacoustics, Meridian equipped the SK10Y with a high level of performance including its Bass and Space technology to envelop listeners in rich, uncompromising sound. No matter where the listener is seated, sounds seem warmer and immersive. Meridian’s Height Elevation technology raises sound above the sound bar to the level of the screen, bringing extra clarity to speech and music. What’s more, the LG SK10Y is compatible with high-quality lossless audio files to perfectly recreate sound recorded in the studio. In addition to playback of up to 40kHz, the speaker also offers a sound upconverting feature that boosts the quality of standard audio files to 24bit/192Hz to enhance subtle details and nuances of each track. KARACHI: Manzoor Ahmad M.D of NIT National Bank Giving is donating cheque to the President of Pakistan Eye Banks Society (PEBS ) Qazi Sajid Ali at his Office. Samsung launches new Galaxy J7 Max smartphone in Pakistan KARACHI: Samsung has now launched its latest smart-device – the Galaxy J7 Max in Pakistan. This device offers a 4 GB RAM, a larger 5.7 inch Full HD display that gives clearer, more lifelike images. It is also enriched with the revolutionary Facial Recognition feature to ensure complete security of your personal data. According to a news release issued by Shamrock Communications, the Smart Glow feature in the new Galaxy J7 Max comprises of a tiny strip of LED light, encircling the rear camera, which lights up in a variety of colors. This light notifies the user, every time a priority-call is received or a specific notification is missed. With so many other fascinating features, Samsung inspires its consumers to: ‘Get ready to Live your Max’ with the Galaxy J7 Max. This durable smartphone boasts a powerful 13 MegaPixel primary camera on the rear and a 13 MP front Shooter camera to capture much brighter and clearer pictures and selfies, even in low light. The latest camera features allow you to instantly capture the most cherished moments in your life and digitally enhance these images and videos. The sleek new Samsung Galaxy J7 Max allows smoother Multitasking and UI transitions, with a powerful processor – 1.69GHz Octa Core MediaTek, Helio P-20, enriched with a 32 GB (ROM) Internal storage that can be expanded upto 256 GB via MicroSD card. This device runs on an Android 7.0 User-Interface and is powered by a long-lasting 3,300 mAh non-removable battery, enriched with ‘Ultra Power Saving Mode’. It is now available in Pakistan, at an affordable retail price of Rs. 31,999/- in several attractive colors. Turkish Airlines announces January 2018 passenger and cargo traffic results Turkish Airlines carries a historic 5.7 million passengers in January 2018 KARACHI: The national flag carrier of Turkey, Turkish Airlines carried a historic 5.7 million passengers in January 2018 which is up by 37%. 5 million passenger level is exceeded first time in Turkish Airlines history for the month of January. Turkish Airlines reached the highest Load Factor in January with 79.8% in its history. Making the whole world more accessible for its passengers by flying to 300 international destinations than any other airline in the world, Turkish Airlines consistently continues to increase its total passenger number. According to the recently announced ‘January 2018 Traffic Results’ Turkish Airlines’ total Load Factor improved by 7.3 points to 79.8% with an increase of 17% in Available Seat Kilometer, while international LF increased by 7.5 points to 78.6%. Domestic and International flights have reached the highest January LF of Turkish Airlines history. Double digit growth in demand (revenue per kilometer) that commenced in July 2017, kept on with 29% demand growth in January 2018. Excluding international-to-international transfer passengers (transit passengers), number of international passengers went up by 45%.

Tuesday, February 13, 2018 Sportlight 7 Thoroughness of Karachi security 'remarkable': Dickason ISLAMABAD: KARACHI: In developments that have given Karachi's chances of hosting the 2018 Pakistan Super League final a major fillip, ICC security consultant Reg Dickason has praised the "remarkably thorough" security arrangements for the final, saying what he had seen was "as good as he had seen in all my years". He did, however, caution that these remarks did not equate to an official approval, with the final report due to be submitted in seven days. Dickason was in Karachi to inspect a security rehearsal for the Pakistan Super League final, scheduled to be held at the National Stadium in March. While some international cricket has returned to Pakistan over the past year, it has been exclusively confined to Lahore, with Karachi unable to win over the approval of independent security consultants. Last year's PSL final was also held at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore, although several international players, including Kevin Pietersen, pulled out. "We would like to thank the PCB for providing us with such a comprehensive, thorough and professional presentation," Dickason said. "It is very encouraging, and that will be reflected in the upcoming report. We have some things we need to discuss, however, it's all extremely positive. From what we've seen today, and what's been demonstrated, and the documentation and the level of commitment by all concerned parties has left me very, very satisfied." Dickason stressed that the final decision did not rest with him, but said playing the final in Karachi "would be a very positive step. What we've seen today and in other parts of Pakistan is as good as I've seen in all my years." It was reported that over 8000 security personnel from various law enforcement agencies partook in Sunday's rehearsal, which looked to replicate the arrangements for the teams that arrive in the city on the day of the final. With the match expected to be a fly-in, fly-out arrangement, the rehearsal was in two parts, covering the route from the airport to the hotel, and then on from the hotel to the stadium. Relationship with Kohli not dictated by political situation: Afridi Former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi has lauded Virat Kohli's leadership skills and said that his relationship with the 29-year-old Indian captain cannot be defined by the prevailing political situation. Cross-border tension may have restricted Indo- Pak bilateral cricketing ties but Afridi loves to put across a point firmly. "My relationship with Virat is not dictated by political situation. Virat is a fantastic human being and an ambassador of cricket for his country, just like I am for my country," Afridi said this in an interview to Indian newspaper. "He (Kohli) has always shown a lot of respect and has even gone out of his way to present a signed jersey for my Foundation," he added. Afridi's foundation has been working in providing clean and safe drinking water for the economically weaker sections of society. "There is a lot of warmth and fellow-feeling whenever I have spoken to Virat. It's not that we get a chance to speak a lot but from time to time, he would drop in a message and I would do the same. I congratulated him recently when I came to know the he was getting married. "I believe as cricketers we can set examples of how relationship between individuals can be a template for relationship between countries. I think after Pakistan, the two countries where I have received most love and respect are India and Australia," said the former Pakistan captain. Central Fitness Club won the S.K. Sabri Memorial Hockey Match GANGNEUNG: Figure Skating – Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympics – Team Event Women's Single Skating Free Skating competition final. Maaz and waqar of Hyderabad Azhar Mahmood backs limited league Shabab won the Dr. Shah sand participation for Pakistani players volleyball event at Kotri River Indus KARACHI: Pakistan Sports Reporter KARACHI: Maaz and Waqar of Hyderabad Shabab won the first ever Dr.Shah sand volleyball event here at Kotri bank of river indus,organised by jamshoro volleyball association in collaboration with hyderabad divisional volleyball association and olympic sports committee. victorious team defeated Saifullah & Anwer Islam of hyderabad frontier by Karachi Whites Clinched National One-day Cup title Sports Reporter KARACHI: Fawad Alam and Danish Aziz shared a mammoth partnership as Karachi Whites were crowned champions when they defeated Islamabad by five wickets in a high-scoring final of the BRIGHTO PAINTS PRESENT COOL & COOL National Oneday Cup for Regions at the Pindi Stadium, Rawalpindi. Fawad Alam (149) and fighting Danish Aziz (84*) shared 192 for the fifth wicket to enable Karachi Whites to achieve the 348-run target with three balls to spare after losing five wickets. Earlier, Pakistan’s test batsman Babar Azam (105) and Shahid Yousuf (96*) catapulted Islamabad to a huge total of 347-4 in the allotted 50 overs on a batting pitch. Chasing a huge total, Karachi Whites found themselves in deep trouble, losing their in-form openers Khurram (21-17)، (15-21) & (15-13) while Ziaullah and Saif ur Rehman of Kotri Qalander beat Sadat & Hyder Ali of jamshoro shahbaz by (21- 12), (21-15) & (15-13) and secured 3rd position. Director physical education or government degree college bhan Saeedabad Mr.M.Iqbal Qureshi was the chief guest of the final while president of human rights justice & defenders o r g a n i z a t i o n Manzoor (7) and Asad (22). However, Fawad and Akbarur-Rehman (41) applied themselves, sharing 106 for the third wicket to keep Karachi Whites in the hunt. Medium pacer Hamza Nadeem (1-70) gave a much-needed breakthrough to Islamabad when he bowled Akbar, who looked in pain while running between the wickets. Akbar hit two fours and one six in his 67-ball innings. Nauman Ali (1-61) added to the miseries of Karachi Whites when he got rid of Test cricketer Faisal Iqbal (4). Karachi Whites were 149-4 in the 27th over. Fawad and Danish did a glorious job with the willow to take their side comfortably home. When medium pacer Ahmed Bashir got the wicket of Fawad off the last ball of the 49th over, Karachi Whites needed just seven runs. The 32-year-old Fawad, who was dropped by Shan Masood Mr.M.Yousuf Bareecho and chief of Kotri special Engr.Shahid Kazmi were the guests of honour and they all welcomed by organising secretary Perwez Ahmed Shaikh and presented Ajraks to them.earlier in the semi finals Hyderabad Shabab team beat Kotri Qalander by (21-13) & (21-15) while Hyderabad frontier beat jamshoro Shahbaz by (21-14) & (21-15). Fawad Alam declared Man of the Final in the deep off Raza (1-49) when on 120, hammered 18 fours in his 130-ball career-best eighth List A hundred. Imran Tahir faces racial abuse during ODI against India JOHANNESBURG: South African spinner Imran Tahir was subjected to racial abuse by a fan during the fourth one-day international against India in Johannesburg, Cricket South Africa (CSA) confirmed on Monday. The fan was eventually evicted from the stadium after the leg-spinner reported the incident to the security officials. "Cricket South Africa has noted and is aware of the circulation of video footage featuring Imran Tahir on social media and WhatsApp groups," CSA said in a press release. "Imran Tahir was verbally and racially abused by an unknown man dur- Left-handed Danish smashed six sixes and four fours in his quick-fire 65-ball knock. After opting to bat first, Dr M. Arif Hafeez Sports Reporter KARACHI: Central Fitness Club won the S.K. Sabri Memorial Hockey Match 2018 by thrashing Cantt Combined 8-2. The match was organized by CFC in collaboration with Karachi Hockey Association and played at Karachi Hockey Complex Gulshan-e-Iqbal, Karachi. Large number of viewers skipper Shan Masood (51) and Abid Ali (37) provided an 83- run brisk start to Islamabad. Asad (1-29) gave Karachi were present to see this excited match . Team CFC outshined Cantt Combined team and scored 5 goals in just 17 minutes. Center Forward Ayub Alam scored 2 goals , while Right Out Farrukh Kamal, Left Out Israr, Left in Irfan Ali , Right in Imtiaz Ali scored, Center Half Muhammad Uzair & Penalty Corner Specialist Faisal Ismail scored one goal each. DSP Abdul Khaliq was Whites the breakthrough when he held left-handed Shan off his own bowling. Left-arm paceman Zia-ul- Haq (1-71) then sent Abid back before left-arm spinner Danish Aziz (1-31) got rid of Faizan Riaz (27) to reduce Islamabad to 153-3 in the 26th over. Abid smacked two fours and one six in his patient 46-ball effort. Faizan, who was trapped lbw, struck four fours from 25 balls. Babar and Shahid then batted with great control to take Islamabad to a big total. Summarized Scored: Islamabad Region 347-4 in 50 overs: (Babar Azam 105, 95 balls, 8x4s, 2x6, Shahid Yousaf 96*, 74 balls, 9x4s, 2x6s, Shan Masood 51, 45 balls, 10x4s, Abid Ali 37, 46 balls, 2x4s, 1x6, Faizan Riaz 27, 25 balls, 4x4s, Saad Ali 26*, 15 balls, 4x4s, Asad Shafiq 1-29, Danish Aziz 1-31, Zia-ul-Haq 1-71, Muhammad Asghar 1-86). Karachi Region White 349-5 the chief guest of this Memorial Hockey Match. Karachi Hockey Association Joint Secretary Javed Iqbal , Executive Members Mohsin Ali Khan & Muhammad Nadeem were also present in the prize distribution ceremony . Central Fitness Club Secretary Muhammad Nadeem said that we will organize the S.K. Sabri Memorial 5A side hockey tournament in the coming month. Syed Shahzad Shah to Inaugurate 2nd Phase of 6th National Disabled Championship today on Tuesday ing the fourth One-Day International (ODI) bowling coach Azhar against India at the Sports Reporter EVP Marketing and Mahmood believes Bidvest Wanderers RAWALPINDI: The Communication (PTCL) Pakistan Cricket Board’s Stadium on Saturday. second phase of 6th will formerly inaugurate (PCB) plan to limit country’s national players’ participation Tahir reported the incident to the stadium securi- National Disabled T- 20 Cricket Championship will the event as Chief Guest at 1 p.m. while Najum ul in leagues will ty, and was subsequently kick off here at The Pindi Saqib Head of help in preparing in a better accompanied by two Stadium and Diamond Communication (ICRC) way for future series. security personnel to Cricket Ground simultaneously will preside the opening Azhar was talking about identify and to have the from today February ceremony, Former the 5-0 loss to New Zealand man ejected from the stadium. 13th on Tuesday. Pakistan Captain and in Pakistan’s last tour where Syed Shahzad Shah President Pakistan they lost six consecutive matches before winning the three-match T20I 2-1. “We have had some discussions on this topic with the team management, the PCB, as well as (national selection committee head) M A N C E S T E R : something from a ground at Manchester City being Inzamamul Haq to ensure Newcastle won a Premier which manager Jose crowned champions when that in the future, we will League home game for the Mourinho is yet to win a the teams meet at Etihad hold off from giving permission first time since October with league match. But debutant Stadium on 7 April. to the players to a surprise victory over sec- Martin Dubravka was excel- Should both teams win play in every other league,” ond-placed Manchester lent in the Newcastle goal, all of their league matches Azhar wrote for United. denying Jesse Lingard, prior to that, City would PakPassion. “Priority in Matt Ritchie scored the Anthony Martial, Ashley only need to draw with their such cases must be given to only goal in the second half Young and Michael Carrick. fierce rivals to secure the the right type of preparation as the Magpies climbed out And the hosts could have title that day. for any upcoming of the relegation zone and had a first-half penalty when Mourinho's decision to Pakistan tours as service to left the visitors 16 points Chris Smalling tripped select the same starting XI our country takes precedence adrift of leaders Manchester Dwight Gayle. that lost convincingly to toperations.” over all other consid- City. The Red Devils missed Defeat for Manchester four rivals Tottenham last a string of chances to take United raises the prospect of month may have unsettled Disabled Cricket Association Rashid Latif, Founder Patron PDCA Saleem kareem, Hon. Sec PDCA Amiruddin Ansari, Directors PDCA Sabih Azhar, Muhammad Sadiq Khatri, Media Manager and Other Officials will also present on the occasion. Newcastle won a Premier League home game for the first time since October some visiting fans. But, while the Red Devils were much better here than during an abject display at Wembley, some familiar flaws resurfaced. Then, Phil Jones missed a crucial first header in the build-up to Christian Eriksen's early goal. Here, nobody tracked Lejeune as he ran between Nemanja Matic and Paul Pogba to head down for Ritchie to score. in 49.3 overs: (Fawad Alam 149, 130 balls, 18x4s, Danish Aziz 86*, 65 balls, 4x4s, Akbarur-Rehman 41, 67 balls, 2x4s, Asad Shafiq 22, 20 balls, 4x4s, Raza Hasan 1-49, Nouman Ali 1-61, Hamza Nadeem 1-70, Ahmed Bashir 1-76, Shahzad Azam 1-80) Result: Karachi Region White won by 5 wickets Prize Money: Winner: Karachi Region 1,000,000/- Runners-up: Islamabad R e g i o n 500,000/- Man of the match: Fawad Alam (Karachi Region (W) 100,000/- Best Batsman: Shan Masood (Islamabad Region) 656 runs 100,000/- Best bowler: Muhammad Imran (Faisalabad Region) 14 wickets 100,000/- Out Standing Player/All Rounder: Abid Ali 509 runs & 9 Dismissals 100,000/-

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