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6 Sunday, April 8, 2018 Biz FATF concerns Miftah says tax amnesty scheme doesn’t violate money laundering laws CORPORATE CORNER Dell showcases its unique range of products at the Dell experience roadshow in Pakistan KARACHI: Adviser to the prime minister on Finance Miftah Ismail on Saturday assuaged the concerns of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) and assured the tax amnesty scheme does not violate money laundering laws. “Pakistan’s tax amnesty scheme adheres to all international antimoney laundering laws,” the adviser on finance said while speaking to private TV. Ismail shared that he has received an e-mail from the global money-laundering watchdog, FATF, calling for global needs and the agreed-upon guidelines to be respected. “The FATF has stressed upon strict monitoring of money laundering and terrorist financing activities,” the Pakistani premier’s financial adviser said. Ismail further said he has not responded to the email as yet. Earlier a report claimed that the FATF had written to Ismail to express reservations regarding the possibility of violation of money laundering laws and increase in terrorist financing under the new amnesty scheme. Pakistan has to present a consolidated plan against money laundering to FATF next month so it is not added to the grey-list of the global money-laundering watchdog. In February, Pakistan’s Foreign Office said the country would be placed on the grey list of the FATF in June. Member states of the FATF were persuaded by Washington to place Pakistan back on the “grey list” of nations with inadequate terrorist financing or money laundering controls. Pakistan was on the list for three years, until 2015. On Thursday, Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi announced a reduction in income tax rates and an amnesty scheme aimed at broadening the government's revenue base. SBP issues warning against virtual currencies KARACHI: Pakistan's central bank on Friday advised people against the usage of cryptocurrency in any kind of transactions in the country, saying the new medium of exchange was neither "recognized as a Legal Tender" nor was "authorized or licensed" to anyone. In its circular — titled "Caution regarding risks of virtual currencies", the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) rationalised: "Virtual Currencies/Coins/Tokens provide high degree of anonymity and potentially can be used for facilitating illegal activities. RAWALPINDI: In order to facilitate the passengers of Green Line (5-Up/6-Dn), the Pakistan Railways have reduced over 10 percent fares. Divisional Commercial Officer (DCO) Pakistan Railways, Rawalpindi Raza Ali Habib talking to APP informed that Pakistan Railways have reduced over Rs 600 from Rs 5990 to new fare Rs 5340 for the passengers to travel from Rawalpindi to Karachi. From Rawalpindi to "Also due to the ambiguous nature of Virtual Currencies, no legal protection or recourse is available to any individual," the notification added. The top financial authority's External Relations Department said it prudent to stay away from digital currency deals or investments since its significant price fluctuation, hacking and cybersecurity issues, and closure, "including action by law enforcement agencies", could lead to preventable losses. The circular — the third one issued this year by the SBP's Banking Policy & Lahore fare for Green Line has been fixed Rs 1200 while from Rawalpindi to Khanewal would be charged Rs 2410. Similarly, Rs 3180 is new fare for the train from Rawalpindi to Bahawalpur and Rs 4430 for Rawalpindi to Rohri. The passengers of Green Line would pay Rs 5060 for Rawalpindi to Hyderabad travel. He further informed that due to enhanced security measures, quality service and punctuality, the number of passengers traveling via Regulations Department (BPRD) — added that no financial institution or investment house is to let its clients engage in virtual currency-related transactions. "Fraudsters are also offering pyramid style investment schemes and coins and promising high returns (similar to Ponzi schemes) to the general public in Pakistan. "This can cause significant loss to the General Public," it added. It is noteworthy that foreign remittances, even from countries that have permitted cryptocurrency trade, would not be processed either, since no person or company is Pakistan railways reduces Green Line’s fares by 10 percent train is increasing day by day and over 42,56,318 passengers traveled through the rail service during 2017 from Rawalpindi Division. The division earned Rs. 1864.213 million last year, he added. To a question he said, Pakistan Railways, Rawalpindi Division have earned Rs. 1612.618 million against the set target of Rs. 1595.851 million up to March 20, during last nine months of 2017-18 financial year. Oil falls on Trump's latest China trade threats NEW YORK: Oil prices fell about 2 percent on Friday after U.S. President Donald Trump threatened new tariffs on China, reigniting fears of a trade war between the world’s two largest economies that could hurt global growth. Trump said on Thursday he had ordered U.S. trade officials to consider tariffs on an extra $100 billion of imports from China, escalating tensions with Beijing. China warned on Friday it was fully prepared to respond with a “fierce counter strike” of fresh trade measures if the United States follows through on Trump’s threat. “The heightened possibility of an outright tariff war is conjuring up images of slowed economic growth that could curtail the strong oil demand that has helped to revive a strong pricing environment during the past couple of months,” Jim Ritterbusch, president of Ritterbusch and Associates, said in a note. Brent crude LCOc1 futures settled down $1.22 at $67.11 a barrel. U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude CLc1 futures fell $1.48 to $62.06 a barrel, a 2.3 percent loss. Brent crude dropped 2.8 percent in the week while U.S. crude fell 4.4 percent, the biggest weekly decline since early February. U.S. stock indexes also fell on trade war jitters, which weighed on oil prices. Crude futures have recently tracked with equities. OPEC member Libya’s oil output is at around 1.05 million barrels per day despite a continuing outage since February at its 70,000 bpd El Feel oilfield, a Libyan oil source told Reuters on Friday. U.S. drillers added 11 oil rigs in the week toApril 6, bringing the total count up to 808, the highest level since March 2015, General Electric Co’s (GE.N) Baker Hughes energy services firm said in its closely followed report on Friday. The Permian basin in Texas is leading the way as U.S. oil production has reached an all-time high, but the prolific output is causing bottlenecks as pipelines transporting the crude have filled up more quickly than expected, depressing prices in the region. legally allowed to accept or send payments via any kind of digital currencies. Frenzied Bitcoin demand sent prices of the digital currency skyrocketing close to $20,000 late last year but 2018 slashed them drastically, leading to disgruntled users faced with unexpected losses. Businessmen panel demands cut in prices of locally made cars LAHORE: Businessmen Panel (BMP) Punjab’s Secretary General Mian Usman Zulfiqar Saturday urged the government to announce special slab to reduce the prices of locally assembled cars in the upcoming budget to facilitate the masses. Usman Zulfiqar, in a statement here, said it was totally unjustified that local manufactures revised their car prices whenever they desired and without even getting approval. The Ministry of Industries must devise a mechanism to regulate the local assemblers’ prices, he added. He suggested some tax measures to reduce the cost of locally produced vehicles and make the same more affordable. By exempting the imports made under SRO 655(I)/2006 and SRO 656(I)/2006 from additional customs duty under SRO 1178(I)/2015, the government could help reduce the cost of vehicles being produced locally, he added. Finance division provided Rs18,107 mln to execute its projects I S L A M A B A D : T h e federal government has so far released Rs 18,107.546 million for various ongoing and new projects of the Finance Division under the Public Sector Development Programme (PSDP) for the current fiscal year 2017-18. According to official sources, the government had earmarked Rs 27,064.708 million in the PSDP for the Finance Division projects, with foreign exchange component of Rs 715.402 million. An amount of Rs 6,998 million has been released for Greater Karachi Water Supply Scheme, which is being developed by the Sindh and federal governments on cost sharing basis. The federal government has earmarked Rs 9,555 million for the project under the PSDP of the current fiscal year. Similarly, Rs 1,500 million has been released for Greater Karachi Sewerage Plant (S-III) Karachi, which is also being developed on cost sharing basis. The federal government has earmarked Rs 1,500 million for the project in the PSDP 2017-18. The federal government also released Rs 350 million for Gwadar Development Authority and Rs 300.188 million for two power plants from Syngas (IGCC 2009) in Tharparker, with each plant having capacity of producing 50 megawatt electricity. The total cost of the project was estimated at Rs 8,898.7 million, out of which Rs 300.188 was earmarked in the fiscal year 2017-18, which has already been released. Call to reduce prices of local cars to facilitate masses KARACHI: Businessmen Panel leader, Mian Usman Zulfiqar said on Saturday that the government must announce special slap to reduce the prices of local assembled cars in the coming budget to facilitate masses. He said this is no way that whenever local manufactures desire they revised their car prices without getting even due approval and in result common people affect. The Ministry of Industries must design some mechanism to regulate the local assembler prices; he added. Usman told though Pakistan doesn’t have the best auto industry, it is growing market. Old models launch in Pakistan after years and they are way more expensive. One of the reason is that the auto industry is still in its adolescence and inresult local companies enjoyed good profits at the year end which is well seen in their balance sheets but yet to ignore due quality standards in their existing models. ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Economy Watch (PEW) on Saturday said ignoring agricultural sector is Keeping millions poor and hitting growth rate. The agriculture sector is considered the backbone of the economy but it is not getting due attention since decades despite the fact that majority of the population depends on this sector, it said. The bad cotton crop and reduction in the area under cultivation of wheat will reduce the growth rate while the country KARACHI: At the Dell Consumer #DellExperience Roadshow held in Lahore today, Dell unveiled a new suite of world class products to address the myriad ways people work and play. In addition to showcasing some of the latest devices that represent style and power, Dell also highlighted the incredible innovations embedded within these products that are intended to improve performance, functionality and the overall user experience. The devices displayed at the roadshow includes the new Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 notebooks, Dell Gaming series, Latitude and Vostro notebooks. Powered by the 8th Generation Intel Core processors,these latest Intel Quad Core CPUs provides significant performance improvements. Dell is committed to offer the best technology for our valued customers in Pakistan.Our exceptional products are designed to provide mobility, power and flexibility to its users. People want richer experiences, and they wanttheir devices to matchtheir lifestyle requirements. Our new range of notebooks are meeting the demands ofcustomers who needperformance to correspond withtheir computing needs”, says Naveed Siraj, country General Manager for Pakistan and Afghanistan. Dell XPS portfolio has won more product awards than any other brand in the company’s history. The latest XPS 13 is improved in every conceivable way and was just named a CES 2018 Innovation Award honoree. Along with its next-generation InfinityEdge 4K Ultra HD display, the XPS 13 adds a dazzling Rose Gold with Alpine White woven glass fiber interior as an option to traditional silver and black, with narrower borders and up to 80% more thermal headroom. The new Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming laptop is a powerful sub-1” laptop tailored to the needs of enthusiasts. Dell Inspiron Gaming systems are purpose-built for gaming. It raises the bar for Dell’s most aggressive performance design and components offered within the Inspiron Gaming laptop family. They’re easy to use, easy to own, and deliver exceptional performance for today’s gamers looking to get the most power and features for their money. The Dell Experience also featured the new Vostro and refreshed Latitude portfolio, which aredeveloped with the mobile workforce in mind and aligned with insights from various research sponsored by Dell. The latest global research shared the impact of emerging technologies that see 48% global business leaders surveyed, including leaders in Asia Pacific and Japan (APJ), believe they’ll have more job satisfaction in the future by offloading tasks to machines. Thus, businesses and workforce today are increasingly critical on devices they need to support their work today and to help adapt with the future. Shell Rimula celebrates hard working truckers and farmers KARACHI: Shell Rimula – the premium heavy duty engine oil launched a new campaign, “What Matters is Inside”. The campaign portrays the daily toils of Pakistani truck-drivers, and farmers emphasizing their tireless efforts put in each day to achieve their goals and reach their destinations safely. The campaign, champions the people within these professions, recognizing there is more to these individuals than what meets the eye. For many, the job of a truck driver and farmer doesn’t immediately paint an inviting image in our minds. The rugged exterior is overpowering and it is too easy to miss the critical role they play in the society. Through this campaign, we see them through the eyes of those that matter most in the lives of truckers and farmers, looking up to them as their bread winners, doting fathers, hardworking sons and husbands. Shell Rimula, their hard-working partner acknowledges their struggle, reveals the trucker’s personal motivations, ideals and earnest desire to enrich their lives and understands what they do and who they do it for, because at the end of the day, that is what matters to them. Commenting at the launch of the campaign, Mr. Haroon Rashid, Business Manager Lubricants, Shell Pakistan Limited said, “These hard-working truckers and farmers play an essential role towards Pakistan’s economic growth and we want to appreciate and highlight their enduring efforts through Shell Rimula’s ‘What Matters Is Inside’ campaign. We want to celebrate the people behind these professions , for others to recognize and acknowledge the sacrifices, the journey, and the energy they expend, while Shell Rimula will continue to support them on their journey. ISLAMABAD: Girls hold food during the Pakistan Branding Diner to showcase Pakistan’s halal meat, high-value, off-season vegetables, and kinnow organized by United State Agency for International Development (USAID) - Pakistan at local hotel. Ignoring agriculture keeping million poor: PEW will have to spend billions to bridge the shortfall of 2.5 million bales, said Murtaza Mughal, President of PEW. The farmers are ignoring latest methods and continue to increase the volume of inputs like fertilizer to boost production which is increasing the cost of doing business, he added. Murtaza Mughal said that it is next to impossible to ensure national development while keeping agricultural development on the backburner, adding that the poor performance of agriculture sector to drag down the GDP. He said that agriculture is no more the largest sector of the economy but it continues to provide jobs to the majority of the laborers therefore it merits attention.

Sunday, April 8, 2018 Sportlight 7 Commonwealth Games Hockey 2018: Pakistan and India match ended in draw ‘Another indicator of peace’ - DG ISPR hails PCB’s talent hunt programme in FATA Dr M. Arif Hafeez Sports Reporter KARACHI: It was drama till end in the much anticipated match between Pakistan and India in the hockey competition of the XXI Commonwealth Games at Gold Coast, Australia. Trailing 1-2, with just 15 seconds left, Pakistan made a penetration into the Indian circle from right. Not finding any gap, the Pakistani forwards looked for an Indian foot and believed they found one. The umpire thought otherwise. On Pakistan’s appeal, it was referred to the third umpire and the penalty corner was awarded and taken. Indians cleared the ball out of the circle. Again, Pakistanis appealed for an Indian foot and again it was passed on to the third umpire. Another PC resulted. This time, Mubashar Ali’s powerful low drag flick hit the tin below diving Indian goal keeper Sreejesh’s right LAHORE: Pakistan's cricket chiefs hope the country can host a full series by 2020, after a successful tour by the West Indies sparked hopes of an international revival. The three-match series against the World Twenty20 champions, staged in Karachi, was accompanied by a wave of optimism, with enthusiastic fans braving heavy security checks to express their gratitude to the West Indies for the visit which ended Tuesday. Last month Karachi also hosted the final of the popular Pakistan Super League, elbow. Hence, after five consecutive defeats against their arch rivals, Pakistan salvaged a well deserved draw. In the early part of the game, it appeared to be another Indian win as they enjoyed a 2-0 lead when the teams changed the sides. In front of a full house, the first quarter saw an up and down game though India had more of the possession and also earned the sole penalty corner. In the 12th minute, in a fluent the biggest cricket event in the city since a 2009 attack on the visiting Sri Lankan team in Lahore drove international cricket from the country. Pakistan was forced to host its international fixtures in the United Arab Emirates. But with security dramatically improving in the last three years, the Pakistan Cricket Board has been taking "gradual steps" to bring them back, PCB chairman Najam Sethi said. "They are bearing positive results," he told AFP. "We will host more PSL matches next year and by move Sunil sent a diagonal pass from right to young Dilpreet, India’s hero of the Junior World Cup victory in 2016. Dilpreet, with all the time and space in the left side of the circle, finished with a strong push. Next minute, Ali Shan’s thunderous hit from the right side of the circle brushed off the cross bar. With Atiq Arshad yellow carded in the first minute of the second quarter, India took advantage. They earned two back to back penalty that time almost all the top international players from top cricketing nations will have played in Pakistan," he predicted. "Then we can convince their boards to send national teams for a full series to Pakistan in 2020." His confidence is striking, coming after so many false starts. Sri Lanka had agreed to return in 2011, but an attack on a Karachi naval base derailed that hope. The PCB then convinced Ireland to tour in 2014, only to have the trip cancelled after militants attacked the Karachi airport. Bangladesh also declined corners both from foot faults of Pakistani defenders. Off the second, Hermanpreet extended the lead when his strong flick found the left corner of the net at the mid height. Things got hot and after an altercation, Faisal Qadir and Akashdeep were both shown yellow. In the 25th minute, a brilliant dribbling run by captain Rizwan Senior fetched Pakistan their first penalty corner. Sreejesh made a fine save. Green shirts had two other PCs PCB taking 'gradual steps' to bring back cricket: Najam Sethi KARACHI: Chief Guest Chairman Hyderabad Divisional Sports Committee Hameed Shah Inaugurated international Sports day for Development and peace baseball event ,Dedar Ali Khoso ,Perwez Ahmed Sheikh,Ali Muhammad ,Khurram Siddiqui also present. No. 5 Julia Goerges, No. 7 Madison Keys reach Volvo Car Open semifinals C H A R L E S T O N : Germany's Julia Goerges continued her strong season by defeating defending champion Daria Kasatkina to reach the semifinals of the Volvo Car Open on Friday. Goerges, the fifth seed who's ranked No. 13 in the world, overpowered the third-seeded Kasatkina of Russia 6-4, 6-3 with nine aces -- she won 84 percent of her points on her first serve -- to advance to the final four at the WTA's opening clay-court tournament. Goerges, who won earlier this year at the WTA's New Zealand event, will face No. 8 seed Anastasija Sevastova of Latvia, who ended the surprise run of Kristyna Pliskova with a 6- 4, 6-0 victory. American Madison Keys, the US Open runnerup last year, also advanced, prevailing in an all-U.S. match with Bernarda Pera 6-2, 6-7 (5), 7-5. Keys will take on No. 12 Kiki Bertens of the Netherlands, who defeated No. 14 Alize Cornet of France 6-2, 7-5. Goerges said getting her serve going early was crucial to beating Kasatkina. "I served pretty big today, which was also [a] good key, of course," Goerges said. "If you have good service games, you can put more pressure on the return games, and I think that was a good combination." tours not once but twice out of unspecified security concerns, after initially agreeing in 2012. But in 2015 the sound of the Pakistani national anthem rang out at Lahore's Gaddafi Stadium once more as minnows Zimbabwe became the first international team to return. Unprecedented security was put in place with some 30,000 policemen and military personnel on guard as spectators braved heat and security checkpoints to attend the first international match in the country in six years. AIOU’s SPORTS GALA 2018 to start next week Sports Reporter KARACHI: The final results of SICAS Inter School/Collegiate Tennis Tournament Bilal Asim of LGS 42-B won Triple Crown. The 11 and a half year old Bilal Asim won Under 18, Under 14 and Under 12 titles of Inter School & Inter College Tennis Tournament. Bilal Asim the Triple Crown youngster told the media that ” He wants to be a Roger Federer from Pakistan. I have passion to play Tennis. I am playing tennis for last three years and thanked to my parents before the half time but it remained 2-0 for India. Five minutes into the second half, Imran Butt, who had a good game, saved an RP Singh PC attempt. Immediately, a ball reached debutant Rana Sohail at the top of the circle whose reverse hit went out. In the 38th minute, a sweeping three men Pakistan move culminated in M.Irfan Jr, unmarked near the left past, diving spectacularly to reduce the margin. India applied immense pressure during the last few minutes of the third quarter but Pakistani deep defence stood well with the custodian Imran Butt at his best. With their tails up, Pakistan earnestly looked for the equaliser in the last quarter. A long high ball into the Indian circle, saw one on one between the striker and the goalie but Sreejesh effected the save of the match. Soon, Pakistan had three penalty corners but the goal eluded them. Army beat Pak-Saudi by 301 runs in Patrons Trophy Grade-II Sports Reporter KARACHI: Army registered their first victory in the Patrons Trophy Grade-II 2017-18 round three match, as they thrashed sorry Pak- Saudi by massive 301 runs on the third and last day of the match played here at Army Cricket Ground. Needing 368-run for victory, Pak- Saudi could score meager 70 for the loss of 9 wickets in 12.2 overs. M Imran could not bat as he was injured while Raza-ul-Mustafa scored 27. Ahmed Khan captured 4 for 32 while M Awais Zafar took 3 for 10 and Khadim Jan 2 for 26. Earlier, Army resumed their second innings at the overnight score of 142 without loss in 22 overs and went on to declare the innings at 313-4 in 42 overs. who provide the support. I want to do for Pakistan. I want to play for Pakistan and win many titles. The results were: Final of under 18 was a thriller between two spirited team of youngsters. Hamza Jawad from American Lyctef fought well against Bilal Asim of LGS but could not beat the champion and lost 6-3. In Girls Under 18 Nida Akam beat Zahra Suleman by 6-2. In boys Under 14 final Bilal Asim again played very well and beat Hassan Ali 6-1 and won his 2nd title. In Under 14 girls Zahra R A W A L P I N D I : Director-General of Inter- Services Public Relations (ISPR) Major General Asif Ghafoor hailed the talent hunt programme conducted by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) in North Waziristan Agency for the youth of the Federally Administered Tribal Areas . In a tweet on Saturday, the DG ISPR lauded the trials as “another indicator of peace”. He thanked the PCB for providing an opportunity to the FATA youth to showcase their talent and said such programmes would be introduced in other agencies as well. ISLAMABAD: Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU)’s annual ‘sports gala’ will start next week at ISLAMABAD: Two hotel here. Deputy its residential colony’s days training camp for promotion Director General, Pakistan ground in order to promote of Australian Sports Board, Shahid healthy environment and cocurriculum Football League in the Islam was the chief guest activities among country concluded at on the occasion. the employees and students. Janoon Ground, G-10, President, Australian The events in the sport gala will include: Cricket, Islamabad. About 100 boys and Football League Pakistan, Sardar Tariq Mehmood, Football, Volleyball and girls players (three age Secretary General, Table Tennis, the sports gall will comprises of three phases, under phase-1, resident of kcategories including 13 years, 16 years and above 19 year) participated in the Chaudhryb General Islamabad Zulfiqar, Secretary, Football the University’s colony, training camp from all Association, Syed Sharafat employees and their sons over the country. Hussain Bukhari, Former will participate in the tournament. Two foreign coaches Information Secretary In phase-II, two games from Australia Mr. Wassim Pakistan Football (Cricket and Table Tennis) Rafihi and Kashif trained Federation Rana Tanveer will be played amongst the the young players in the Ahmed and large number students of Rawalpindi/ training camp. of players, coaches and Islamabad regions. Under After the conclusion of peoples were also present phase-III, the University has the training camp, the on the occasion. arranged two games (Cricket Seminar related to Instructor, Pakistan and Table Tennis) for under Australian Football Sports Board, Rana 16 of the residential colony. League, was held in local Nasrullah delivered the Suleman beat Aqsa Akram by 6-4 and won the title. In Under 12 boys/girls “This is another indicator of peace. Normalcy returning. The vibrant youth of NWA going through PCB talent hunt program. Soon in other agencies as well IA. Thanks to @TheRealPCB talent hunt team for affording a deserving opportunity to FATA Youth; the real future,” he tweeted. The PCB, in collaboration with the Pakistan Army, organised trials at the Younis Khan Cricket Ground in Miranshah, North Waziristan Agency on Saturday. The trial team consisted of former Test cricketer and head coach of the National Bilal Asim beat Shaeel Tahir 6-1. In Under 10 boys/girls event Ehtesham Humayun Cricket Academy (NCA) Mushtaq Ahmed, leg-spinners Shadab Khan and Yasir Shah, and General Manager NCA Ali Zia. Selected players will be part of the PCB skill development camp under the auspices of the NCA, in an initiative designed to help the youth of FATA to showcase their talent and represent at the national level at par with other sportspersons from across the country. In September last year, an exhibition match between a Pakistan XI team and UK Media XI at Miranshah was a testimony to the defeat of terrorists' narratives. PESHAWAR: View of opening ceremony of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa U-23 Games 2018 held at Qayyum Stadium. 2-days training camp of Australian Football League concluded lecture on fitness of players while Coach and Administrator, Mr. Kashif also gave lecture on administration of team. Australian coach, Mr. Wassim Rafihi said that Pakistan is a safe and loving country and he feels thrilled to be in Pakistan. He said that Pakistani peoples is great nation and they love to foreigners players for example West Indies team visited the Karachi and various foreigners cricket players took part in the semi finals and final match of PSL in Lahore and Karachi. He also said no doubt that sports talents are available in country but to need give the sports facilities to the players. President, Australian Football League Pakistan, Sardar Tariq Mehmood thanked the coaches and players to participate in the 2-days training camp and hoped for more such ventures to project a better image of Pakistan. He also said that all steps will be taken for the promotion of Australian Football League in the country. The Australian Football League Championship will start after Eid ul Fitre in July at Islamabad. He said in this connection that Australian Football League Pakistan have already conveyed to the affiliated units. Inter School & Inter College Tennis Tournament: Bilal wins Triple Crown beat Hamza Ali Rizwan by 6-4. In Mini tennis SICAS kids won the event.

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