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PYF 2014: Lahore And Rawalpindi Blind Cricket Teams Progressed To Final

Lahore And Rawalpindi Blind Cricket Teams progressed to final of the Punjab Youth Festival (PYF) 2014 Blind Cricket Tournament at the University of Engineering and Technology (UET) cricket ground. Rawalpindi defeated Bahawalpur in the First Semi-Final after a tough competition. Rawalpindi scored 137 while batting first and then bowled out ... Read More »

PYF 2014: All Set For South Asian Bodybuilding Championship

Lahore: South Asian Bodybuilding Championship is set to commence at the Al-Hamra Hall No. 1 under the banner of Punjab Youth Festival (PYF) 2014. The Bodybuilders from Pakistan, Nepal and Afghanistan will demonstrate their skills in the event. Indian Bodybuilding Team will not take part in the event due to ... Read More »

PYF 2014: Video Games Competitions Started

Lahore: Huge participation in the computer video games contests was witnessed on the first day of the competition being held at the Punjab Sports Complex. On the opening day of the first round of the event, in all, 1400 youth participated in the Football Video Game FIFA 13, Computer Car ... Read More »

PYF 2014: Athletics Competitions of Blind and Special Persons Courageously Contested

Lahore: The one-day Athletics Meet for Blind and Special Persons under the auspices of the Punjab Youth Festival was organised here at the Punjab Stadium on Friday. A large number of special persons participated in various Athletics Meets. They were generously encouraged by the spectators present in the stadium. The chief ... Read More »

PYF 2014: Lahore, Sahiwal, Bahawalpur and Gujranwala Qualify For The Semifinals of Blind Cricket Tournament

Lahore: The Blind Cricket Teams of Lahore, Sahiwal, Bahawalpur and Gujranwala defeated their respective opponents to book berth in the semifinals of Punjab Youth Festival (PYF) Blind Cricket Tournament being played the UET cricket ground. Bahawalpur chased Faisalabad’s target of 48 runs comfortably in the first match and confirmed their place ... Read More »

Nepal and Afghan Titans Reached To Show The Prowess

International Players have started reaching Pakistan to take part in the South Asian Bodybuilding Championship to be held under the banner of the Punjab Youth Festival (PYF) 2014. The musclemen of Nepal and Afghanistan had reached the city and were optimistic to notch up top honours for their countries. Secretary ... Read More »

Old Ravians XI beats Vice Chancellor XI by 28 runs

Lahore: The Old Ravians XI Friday beat Vice Chancellor XI by 28 runs at the festival cricket match at the Government College University Lahore Oval Ground. Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Muhammad Khaleeq-ur-Rahman graced the festival cricket match as Chief Guest, while Old Ravians Union President Kamran Lashari and former test ... Read More »

ICC announces schedule of captains’ pre-tournament press conferences and open media sessions

The International Cricket Council (ICC) today announced the schedule of captains’ pre-tournament media conferences and open media sessions that will take place in the lead up to the ICC World Twenty20 Bangladesh 2014, which will start with the first round matches on 16 March.   Bangladesh captain Mushfiqur Rahim will ... Read More »

Lahore and Faisalabad won Inter-Division Women Karate jointly

Lahore: The thrilling Inter-Division General Public and Education Sector Badminton, Kabaddi, Cricket, Boxing and Karate Competitions of Punjab Youth Festival (PYF) came to an end. Lahore Division Women Won the Inter-Division Cricket Title at the Kinnaird College ground. They defeated Gujranwala by 65 runs in the title encounter. Lahore Division ... Read More »

Australia leapfrogs India into second position?

Lahore: Australia’s 245-runs victory in the third and final Test in Cape Town against number-one ranked South Africa has not only helped it win the series 2-1, but has also allowed it to finish in second position on the Reliance ICC Test Team Rankings table at the 1 April cut-off ... Read More »

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