6 Tuesday, April 10, 2018 Biz Pak, China sign two MoUs for gas pipeline & oil refinery China’s BRI message of progress, peace to world: PM ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and China have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for North-South Gas Pipeline to ensure supply of affordable gas in areas currently showing increased demand for power generation and industrial use. Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi also witnessed the signing of the MoU between Inter-State Gas Systems of Pakistan and Power China at Sanya. The Prime Minister also witnessed signing of another MoU between Pakistan State Oil and Power China for construction of up-country deep conversion oil refinery and laying of crude oil pipeline. The project will help in reducing costs of petroleum products currently being transported through road from refineries in southern parts and also ensure uninterrupted supply. While, Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi says Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) of China is a message of progress and peace to the world. The Prime Minister, who is in China to attend Boao Forum Annual Conference for Asia in an interview with China Global Television Network, expressed the confidence that China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) would equally benefit the two countries. He said CPEC would accelerate the pace of economic development in Pakistan. The Prime Minister will also hold bilateral meetings with Chinese and other world leaders on the sidelines of the BOAO Forum Annual Conference. Calling the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) and CPEC "a transformative project representing economic cooperation between Islamabad and Beijing," Abbasi said that the BRI is "a truly global public good", which has been planned to benefit the people living in geographically distinct areas, the People's Daily reported. He also noted that the successful implementation of the BRI would lead to ISLAMABAD: Tax amnesty scheme politically motivated: ICST I S L A M A B A D : compliance and encourage fourth tax amnesty scheme therefore, they have started Islamabad Chamber of the undocumented economy, of the incumbent govern- opposing it which has Small Traders (ICST) on it said. ment will not be different raised questions about its Monday criticised the The government should from the previous ones and success. recently-announced tax have avoided shortcuts and it will not be beneficial to Moreover, he said, people amnesty scheme terming it refrained from laying the economy, he added. are not certain that politically motivated. The decision amounts down arms in front of the tax evaders, said Patron Shahid Rasheed Butt said that scheme has been their money would be utilized properly and they are to punishing honest taxpayers Islamabad Chamber of announced just before the sure that they would avoid while rewarding the Small Traders Shahid elections while other polit- punishment for evading tax cheats which would Rasheed Butt. ical parties have not been taxes which discourage tax further weaken the tax The outcome of the taken into confidence, compliance. KARACHI: A vendor displaying fruits to attract the customers at N north Nazimabad Landi Kotal Chowrangi. Sanjrani for Minimizing Trade Imbalance between Pakistan and Japan ISLAMABAD: M Sadiq Sanjrani, Chairman Senate of Pakistan has said that Pakistan attaches great importance to its relations with Japan and desires to further expand the friendly ties in different sectors for mutual benefit of the people of two sides. He reiterated need to further strengthen the existing economic relations between Pakistan and Japan and called for minimizing the imbalance in trade between two countries. He said that prospects of trade volume can be improved through enhancing parliamentary ties and cooperation. He said that bilateral relations could be further cemented by increasing parliamentary exchanges. He was talking to Takashi Kurai, Ambassador of Japan in Pakistan who visited Parliament House to call on Chairman Senate. He said that both the countries supported each other’s in the hour of need and excellent cooperation has been witnessed at international fora. He said that there is a need to further build cooperation by promoting people to people contacts and exchange of Parliamentary delegations. Chairman asked the Ambassador to explore the avenues for investment in Gwader and he would play an active role to help facilitate the Japanese investors through Balochistan government. He said that export to Japan should also increase to create a trade balance. CASA-1000 landmark achievement of cooperation between Pak, Tajikistan: Envoy ISLAMABAD: Tajikistan's Ambassador to Pakistan, Sherali Jononov has said that CASA-1000 is a landmark achievement of cooperation between Tajikistan and Pakistan. Addressing a conference titled "Pakistan- Tajikistan: Exploring New Dimensions of Bilateral Cooperation" in Islamabad on Monday, he said Central Asia is endowed with vast energy potential and it will fulfill the increasing demand of Pakistan. He said Tajikistan is constructing roads and railway tracks to support CASA-1000. He told participants of the conference that Tajikistan has world's most abundant clean hydropower resources which can provide cheap electricity to South Asian courtiers. The ambassador said that Pakistan and Tajikistan enjoy excellent relations in the fields of defence, culture, education and business. He said a transit agreement is also in consideration with Pakistan. Sherali said CASA-1000 project will also complement the countries' efforts to improve electricity access, integrate and expand markets to increase trade. He said it will help Tajikistan to find sustainable solutions to water resources management. Speaking on the occasion, Head of the Department on Analysis and Foreign Policy Perspectives of Tajikistan, Dr Hakim Abdullohi Rahmanov said that Pakistan is now a peaceful country and is moving towards prosperity. Chinese delegation of Shenzhen City visits ICCI to explore JVs ISLAMABAD: A Chinese delegation of Shenzhen City led by Jia Changsheng, Deputy Director General, Shenzhen Investment Promotion Agency visited Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry here on Monday and exchanged views with the local business community on the possibilities of joint ventures and partnerships in areas of interest. Speaking at occasion, Jia Changsheng, Deputy Director General, Shenzhen Investment Promotion Agency said that Shenzhen was business hub of China and was making rapid economic development with a GDP of US$ 350 billion. He said the companies of Shenzhen were making hitech products and they were interested in JVs with Pakistani counterparts. LAHORE: Federation of Pakistan Chamber of Commerce and Industry, SAARC Chamber Pakistan chapter and Lahore Chamber improved power lines, better roads and infrastructure and encouragement of the use of sustainable energy. "As the flagship project of the BRI, CPEC epitomises the vision of the two countries for comprehensive and broad-based economic cooperation. The energy projects conceived under CPEC have alleviated the energy crisis in Pakistan and we have been successful in adding thousands of megawatts of electricity to the national grid," Abbasi said. Expressing satisfaction on the progress of energy projects of the USD 62 billion economic corridor, he added, "CPEC energy projects have diversified Pakistan's energy mix with investments in the country's hydro, wind, solar and hydrocarbon energy sectors, which is a matter of satisfaction for me," he added. Chairman standing committee FPCCI demands amendment in tax The Chairman Standing Committee Federation of Pakistan Commerce and Industry (FPCCI) Khalid Jahangir Butt has demanded to bring amendments in the policies of sale tax, income tax and custom act for the betterment of industrial department. According to details, he made demands through separate letters that were written to member custom Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) and Member policy FBR Islamabad. While pointing out the troubles of steel pipe industry regarding the custom act he stated that regulatory duty up to 12.50% on import of steel products was feasible. He pointed out in written letters that same law should be formulated for industrials and exporters so that can compete each other in market. The chairman pointed out that the further tax has created a mess for the industry and it cannot be handled as we have a very specific value addition and finding registered persons to save further tax is almost impossible. Secondly the sections 236G and 236H don't have a proper application so these should be considered removal for industry in this budget, he added in written letters. Business community slams Modi for declining Nepal PM offer for participation in SAARC Summit Monday jointly slamming Indian premier Narendra Modi for declining Nepalese Prime Minister’s KP Sharma Oli offer for participating SAARC summit in Islamabad said India’s stubborn stance on SAARC will lead to disrupt process of making South Asia a global superpower and jeopardize all efforts designed for achieving durable peace and prosperity in the region. Vice President Iftikhar Ali Malik after chairing a high level meeting of trade leaders , giving his reaction to media at the refusal of India for participating in SAARC summit if Pakistan hosts it, said South Asia cannot progress in any sphere of life unless the core issues between Pakistan and India are addressed promptly through a series of result-oriented parlays. He said India is committing unprecedented atrocities in occupied Kashmir and using despotic all available state’s resources to stifle the voices of liberation of Kashmir. He said without solution of Kashmir durable peace is not possible so Pakistan and India must resolve outstanding economic and security disputes including the Kashmir issue to fully exploit economic potential of eight-member SAARC for better future and durable peace in the region. Vice President and Regional Chairman, FPCCI Ch Arfan Yousaf said Indian PM Narendra Modi should play positive role in reviving the stalled SAARC Summit process setting aside his prejudice and political insularity. CORPORATE CORNER Meezan Bank joins hands with Pirani Group of Companies for Financing Power & Super Power Bikes KARACHI: Meezan Bank has recently signed an agreement with Pirani Group of Companies, manufacturer of two-wheeler and three-wheeler vehicles, auto parts, vans, minivans, trucks and tractors, to offer all variants of Power and Super Power bikes through Meezan Bike ljarah. Picture shows Mr. Arshad Majeed - Group Head, Consumer Finance, Meezan Bank and Mr. Naveed Usman Pirani — Director, Pirani Group of Companies signing the MoU. KARACHI: Meezan Bank, Pakistan’s first and largest Islamic bank, has recently signed an agreement with Pirani Group of Companies, a trusted name in the manufacturing of two-wheeler and three-wheeler vehicles, auto parts, vans, minivans, trucks and tractors, to offer all variants of power and super power bikes through Meezan Bike Ijarah, which is Pakistan’s first Shariah-compliant bike financing facility offering easy and affordable monthly payments for the customers. The MoU was signed by Mr. Arshad Majeed - Group Head, Consumer Finance, Meezan Bank and Mr. Naveed Usman Pirani – Director, Pirani Group Of Companies at a ceremony held at Pirani Group of Companies Head Office, Karachi. Through this understanding, Meezan Bank will be a preferred financier for Power and Super Power bikes. The Bank’s vast nationwide network of over 600 branches will enable Pirani Group to make its products available to a very large audience. Speaking at the occasion, Mr. Arshad Majeed said, “In Pakistan, the demand for motor bikes is ever-growing and Meezan Bank’s collaboration with Pirani Group of Companies augurs well for both the companies as well as the evolving market needs and industry.” Mr. Naveed Usman Pirani said, “There is a high demand of Pakistani branded bikes in the market and our affiliation with Meezan Bank will facilitate those consumers, who are unable to make one-time lump sum payments by allowing them to purchase new motor bikes on easy and affordable installments.” New UBL regional office inaugurated in Lahore LAHORE: The new UBL Regional Office was inaugurated in Lahore by Sir Mohammed Anwar Pervez, OBE, HPk, Chairman of the Board of Directors of UBL and Bestway Group UK. Mr. Zameer Mohammed Choudrey, CBE, Sitara-e-Imtiaz, Director UBL, Sima Kamil, President & CEO, UBL, Members of the Board of Directors of UBL and senior executives of the Bank were present on the occasion. UBL’s new Regional Office is located on main Jail Road, Gulberg, Lahore. Rising more than 125 feet, this 9-storey building features state-of-the-art facilities and cutting-edge technology enclosed within a classic Edwardian design. The inspiration for the building came from Sir Anwar Pervez, who envisaged a structure which embodied Lahore’s rich heritage of historic buildings. Speaking on the occasion, Sima Kamil, President & CEO UBL said, “UBL’s new Regional Office building is a dynamic symbol of the Bank’s continuing legacy that inspires confidence and trust. UBL is acknowledged as a Progressive and Innovative bank. These two attributes of the Bank have propelled the institution in taking lead in financial inclusion and economic development of Pakistan.” LAHORE: Sir Mohammed Anwar Pervez, OBE, HPk, Chairman of the Board of Directors of UBL and Bestway Group UK (left)inaugurating the new UBL Regional Office building in Lahore. Also seen in the picture are Mr. Zameer Mohammed Choudrey, CBE, Sitara-e- Imtiaz, Director UBL (center) and Ms. Sima Kamil, President & CEO, UBL, (right). JS Bank team visits Karachi press club to meet with governing body KARACHI: The JS Bank Marketing team visited Karachi Press Club (KPC) on Friday to meet with the Governing body and exchange views on the media’s role in today’s rapidly changing corporate environment. The leadership of the club’s governing body including its President - Ahmed Malik and the Vice-President Minhaj Ur Rab was present at the occasion while the JS Bank team was led by Imran Shaikh, Head of Marketing. The event was wellattended by members of the governing body as well as media organizations. The JS Bank team was warmly welcomed by the media fraternity to the historic KPC premises. The two sides exchanged views on the continually growing importance of the media within the country. The journalists were extremely appreciative of the activity and commended JS Bank’s efforts to promote engagement between corporate professionals and the media. The JS Bank team appreciated the initiatives undertaken by the press club to promote business opportunities within Pakistan as well as to globally promote the image of the country. This visit was the latest in a long-running series of media engagement activities undertaken by JS Bank over the course of the past few years to help strengthen its relationships with communication outlets nationwide. KARACHI: The JS Bank Corporate Communications and Marketing team met with the Governing body of the Karachi Press Club (KPC).Present at the occasion were Ahmed Malik, President-KPC, Minhaj Ur Rab,Vice-President-KPC, Imran Shaikh, Head of Marketing -JS Bank along with senior members from both teams.
Tuesday, April 10, 2018 Sportlight 7 Leg-spinner Yasir Shah ruled out of Ireland, England tours KARACHI: Pakistan suffered a stinging setback Monday ahead of their Test tours of Ireland and England after key leg-spinner Yasir Shah was ruled out with a hip bone injury. The 31-year-old has been key to Pakistan´s Test wins since 2014, having taken 165 wickets in 28 Test matches. Chief selector Inzamam-ul-Haq confirmed the spinner will not be available for the tours. "Yasir is ruled out of the Ireland and England Test tours and it´s a big blow," Inzamam told local media. "It´s a big loss for the team." Medical reports said Yasir suffered a hip bone stress fracture and needs DUBAI: Brendon McCullum has become the second man to get to the 9000-run mark in Twenty20 cricket, getting to the milestone during the course of his whirlwind 27-ball 43 for Royal Challengers Bangalore against Kolkata Knight Riders in the Indian Premier League on Sunday 8 April. At the end of his innings, McCullum had 9035 runs to his name in the shortest format of the game at an average of 30.94 and a strike rate of 137.81. The former New Zealand captain only trails the Windies' Chris Gayle in the list of top run-scorers in T20 cricket. Gayle has 11,068 runs. Windies all-rounder Kieron Pollard (8048 runs), Pakistan's Shoaib Malik (7728) and Australia’s David Warner (7668) complete the top five. McCullum, despite last playing a T20 International in June 2015, remains the second-highest scorer in the format too, with 2140 runs. He is behind fellow New Zealander Martin Guptill, who tops that list with 2271 runs, with India captain Virat Kohli (1983) only a little way behind. McCullum, 36, was always in demand from clubs in T20 leagues around the world and has been plying his trade around the world since retiring from international cricket in February 2016. four weeks rest in addition to another six for rehabilitation. Inzamam said Pakistan called on teenage leg-spinner Shadab Khan, off-spinner Bilal Asif and left-arm slow bowler Kashif Bhatti to fill in the gap. Shadab has taken just one wicket in a single Test appearance in Barbados last year, while the others have yet to play a Test. Yasir has taken 89 wickets in 16 of the 17 Tests Pakistan have played under head coach Mickey Arthur since May 2016. He took a match-winning 10 wickets in Pakistan´s victory at Lord´s in 2016 on their way to a 2-2 series draw in England. Brendon McCullum becomes second to 9000 T20 runs Amir, Fahad Star as Karachi Super Stars annex the title KARACHI: Chief guest first-class cricketer Ejaz Ahmed ,former captain pakistan steel cricket team, is presenting the winner trophy to captain of Karachi Super Stars CC winner of All karachi champions trophy T-20 cricket tournament along with chief organizer Atiq Ahmed. Sports Reporter KARACHI: Opener Muhammad Amir, Mohammad Raheem and all- rounder Fahad Gujjar made handy contributions to help Karachi Super Stars CC annex the all karachi champions trophy League Cricket crown with a 88 runs victory over karachi fighter CC at Quaid e Azam park cricket stadium steel town. Amir hit 83 off 53 with the aid of eight boundaries and a brace of sixes, Raheem blasted five sixes and three fours in scoring an 54 off 25 MADRID: Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo scored for the 10th game in a row in Sunday’s 1-1 draw at home to Atletico Madrid but Antoine Griezmann struck back at the other end to keep his side four points ahead of their cross-city rivals in La Liga. Yet the Madrid derby draw only pushes Barcelona closer to winning the league title as second-placed Atletico now trail Ernesto Valverde’s runaway leaders by 11 points, while Valencia climbed above Real into while all- rounder Fahad Gujjar made 53 off 34 with seven fours and one six as Karachi super stars CC set the target 222-3 in 20 overs after winning the toss. in reply, Karachi fighter cc crumbled 133-10 18 overs with Rasheed Malik making 34 off 18 (two boundaries), Mohammad Ameen 29 off 30 ( four fours). off-spinner M.Kamran was Karachi super stars CC’s most successful bowler with figures of 3 for 13, while leg-spinner Fahad Gujjar took 3 for 26. third after beating Espanyol 1-0. Ronaldo followed his outrageous bicycle kick strike against Juventus in the Champions League on Tuesday by breaking the deadlock in an entertaining contest in the 53rd minute. He sent a cross from Gareth Bale crashing past Jan Oblak on the volley, hitting the target for the 20th time in 10 games. Atletico quickly struck back with Griezmann tapping into an empty net in the 57th minute to complete an excellent team move which ensured that first-class cricketer Ejaz Ahmed former captain pakistan steel cricket team, graced the occasion as the chief guest and distributed the prize at a simple ceremony soon after the game concluded along with chief organiser Atiq Ahmed. Summarized scores: KARACHI SUPER STARS CC 222-3 in 20 overs (Muhammad Amir 83, Raheem 54, Fahad Gujjar 53); KARACHI FIGHTERS CC 133-10 in 18 overs( Rasheed Malik 34, Muhammad Ameen 29: Muhammad Kamran 3- 13, Fahad Gujjar 3-26). Ronaldo on target in derby draw as Barca stretch Liga lead Diego Simeone’s side avoided defeat away to Real in the league for the fifth consecutive season. Barcelona lead the standings on 79 points after beating Leganes 3-1 on Saturday. Atletico have 68 while Valencia have 65 and Real are fourth on 64 after 31 games. The Catalans will lift a 25th Liga title if they win four of their seven remaining games. “I can’t leave here feeling happy because we wanted to win,” said Atletico coach Diego Simeone. Apart from Royal Challengers Bangalore, McCullum is also a part of Brisbane Heat in the Big Bash League, Trinbago Knight Riders in the Caribbean Premier League, and Lahore Qalandars in the Pakistan Super League. McCullum's blitz, however, did not end in victory for his team, as Sunil Narine scored a 19-ball 50 to help Kolkata Knight Riders complete a fourwicket win. Nadal crushes Zverev as Spain reach Davis Cup semis VALENCIA: The world number one’s 6-1, 6-4, 6-4 win in Valencia drew the tie level at 2-2, before veteran David Ferrer battled to a marathon 7-6 (7/1), 3-6, 7-6 (7/4), 4-6, 7-5 victory over Philipp Kohlschreiber to finish the job. Two breaks in each set were enough for Nadal to seal an impressively comfortable victory over world number four Zverev in what was only the 31-year-old’s second outing since returning from a hip injury. Nadal said after the match he is still regaining sharpness. KARACHI: Pakistan’s weightlifter Nooh Dastagir Butt managed to smash a record at the The leg-spinner also raced to 100 wickets in 17 Tests, while also taking 150 wickets in 27 Tests -- the second fastest player in Pakistan to achieve both milestones. Pakistan will be Ireland´s inaugural Test opponent in Dublin from May 11-15 before playing two Tests against England. The first Test is at Lord´s from May 24-28 while the second is at Leeds from June 1-5. Pacer Wahab Riaz may find it difficult to secure a place in the squad. Rahat Ali will be included, reports suggest. Pakistan will play a lone Test against Ireland and two Tests against England from next month. Khabib Nurmagomedov wins first UFC title for Russia NEW YORK: Nurmagomedov won the first UFC lightweight title for Russia with a dominant fiveround victory over Al Iaquinta of the United States at UFC 223, in Brooklyn, New York. Nurmagomedov dominated Iaquinta within five rounds for a unanimous decision victory, handing him the lightweight title and making him Russia’s first ever champion in the promotion. Iaquinta, who had stepped in as a last-minute replacement for the fight, could not compete against Nurmagomedov’s dominant technique in both the ground game and stand-up fighting, losing all five rounds of the bout.The undefeated Russian’s victory moves him to a record of 26-0 in professional MMA, including 10-0 in UFC. Russian Powerhouse Nurmagomedov had the dominance the bout from start to finish, mauling Iaquinta with his wrestling and grappling in the first two rounds, out-striking him in the remaining three rounds. Commonwealth Games 2018 by registering the highest-ever weight by a junior in the +105kg event while also earning the country its second medal at the event on Monday. Nooh won a bronze after he bettered his previous record of 389kg at the C o m m o n w e a l t h Weightlifting Championship that also took place in Gold Coast, Australia last year. At the Games, he lifted a total of 395kg to make a junior record, edging past India’s Gurdeep Singh, but ISLAMABAD: President, Mamnoon Hussain being presented a memento by owner of Islamabad United Cricket Team Syed Ali Raza Naqvi, at Aiwan-e-Sadr. Fitness tests for cricketers begin at National Cricket Academy Sports Reporter KARACHI: Fitness tests for cricketers ahead of the Test tours to England and Ireland will be held at the National Cricket Academy. The tests, to be held on April 9 and 10, will be undertaken by the centrally-contracted cricketers. Leg-spinner Yasir Shah, all-rounder Imad Wasim and medium pacer Sohail Khan will not Khabib be undergoing the tests due to injuries. Imad suffered a concussion during fielding in the recently concluded Pakistan Super League (PSL) third edition. Yasir is facing a hip injury since last week.The nature of his injury will be reviewed and a subsequent decision will be taken regarding his selection. PSL stars Hussain Talat, Asif Ali, Shaheen Shah Afridi and Sahibzada Farhan have also been invited for the fitness tests. Fawad Alam, who impressed with his batting in the domestic circuit, has also been summoned for the tests. However, his chances for selection in the national squad remain bleak. The KARACHI: Chief Guest Nasim Quraishi gave Gold Medal to International Table Tennis player Farrukh Kamal on the Occasion of Sindh Traditional Olympic Games Singles and Double Events. Weightlifter Nooh breaks Commonwealth Games record falling behind New Zealand’s David Liti, who lifted 403kg, and Lauititi Lui (400kg) for the top two spots. The Gujranwalabased athlete didn’t avail his other chances however and caved in to pressure. He got 173kg in snatch but failed there in the next two attempts, and lifted 222kg in clean & jerk again, missing the next two attempts. “If Nooh had managed to get five of his six attempts successful, he could’ve got us the gold,” Pakistan Weightlifting Federation Vice-President Rashed Malik, who has had a major hand in developing the new crop of athletes. probables for the Ireland and England Tests will be announced after the results of the fitness tests. A preparation camp will then be held at the NCA. Sources said chief selector Inzamamul Haq has recommended including 17 players in the squad for the tours next month. Pacer Wahab Riaz may find it difficult to secure a place in the squad. Rahat Ali will be included, the sources added. Pakistan will play a lone Test against Ireland and two Tests against England. Sreesanth has ‘not remained’ huge fan of the IPL Sports Reporter KARACHI: Former India pacer S. Sreesanth has almost stopped watching the Indian Premier League (IPL) matches on TV. The 35-yearold right arm fast bowler was banned for his alleged role in spot-fixing in the IPL in the year 2013. Incidentally, Sreesanth was the highest Indian wicket taker in the first edition of the IPL. Speaking exclusively, S. Sreesanth said, "I am (now) not a huge fan of IPL in particular but love to follow the Test matches. I love to watch club matches". "I have not been following IPL matches and don't wish to watch all matches. I have lost interest and if time permits, will watch matches only involving my state players. Basically, I love to see my Kerala state cricketers doing well in the matches". He, however, emphasizes, "The ban slapped on me by the Indian cricket board is not the reason for losing interest in the IPL. Yes, I am sad but now we have to move on. They (the BCCI officials) are busy in their own and I am busy in my own work. I am being banned to practice at the international grounds controlled by the BCCI, but I practice at my own ground and I am happy with it". The cricketer, though out from playing the matches, keeps himself fit. In fact, he was in a gym doing exercises when first approached for his comments. PPC Sultans, Gladiators victorious in Media Cricket League Sports Repoter KARACHI: PPC Sulatns and PPC Gladiators win their matches in the 2nd RMI Media Cricket League at Government Shaheed Hasnain Sharif Higher Secondary School No. 1. In the first match between PPC Sultans and PPC united, Sultans made 135 runs in ten over. Adnan made 55 runs while Wajid made 30 runs. In reply PPC United were all out for just 68 runs. In the second match PPC Toryalay made 60 runs in ten over. Iftikhar Firdous and Zahid made 14 runs each. In reply PPC Gladiators easily chased the score without losing any wicket. Aftab Ahmad made 39 runs and was the top scorer. Town Nazim Zahid Nadeem and TOP UP Water Company CEO Muhammad Rehan and Talha Zaman distribute cash prizes among the players.