Fazal E Umar Soccer League; Tahir Soccer Club has become league leaders after beating Ahmad FC

Tahir Soccer Club has become league leaders after beating Ahmad FC

Fazal E Umar Soccer League; Tahir Soccer Club has become league leaders after beating Ahmad FC

Tahir Soccer Club has turned the table after beating Ahmad FC and snatching the top position from Ahmad FC in the Fazal Umar Soccer League. Tahir Soccer Club beat the Ahmad FC by the score line of 2-1.  Before the match, Ahmad FC was at the top of the points table whereas Tahir Soccer Club was standing at the second spot.  But After taking all three points Team Tahir has become the leader of the league in terms of points and Team Ahmad has moved to the second position. According to the details, Adnan scored the first goal from Tahir team in the 37th minute but Ahmad Fc equalized in the 37th minute. Team Tahir took the lead once again through Shakeel in 45th minute which proved to be the final difference between two sides. Asim from team Ahmad was shown the red card.

FSL points table; Ahmad Fc lost the top position Tahir Fc becomes the league leader

FSL points table; Ahmad Fc lost the top position Tahir Fc becomes the league leader

Fazal E Umar Soccer League has taken a big turn out as Tahir FC has taken away the top position from Ahmad FC. Tahir Soccer Club beat the Ahmad FC by the score line of 2-1.  Before the match, Ahmad FC was at the top of the points table whereas Tahir Soccer Club was standing at the second spot.  But after taking all three points Team Tahir has become the leader of the league in terms of points and Team Ahmad has moved to the second position. Umer Fc and Mehmood FC are on the 3rd and 4th position with 5 points each. Nasir FC and Noor FC are on 5th and 6th position whereas Masroor FC is still in the bottom of the points table.

Chiniot; 9 people including five women from same family dead in a dreadful accident between Dumper truck and Van

Chiniot; 9 people including five women from same family dead in a dreadful accident between Dumper truck and Van

Chiniot; Nine  people from the same family including five women have been dead in a deadly road accident between a dumper truck and Van. According to the details, 9 members of the same family were travelling from Mandi Bahawal Din to Jhang on a funeral. As they reached near Chiniot on Lahore road the Van was crashed into a speedy dumper truck and truck crushed the van and all the 9 passengers including five women dead at the spot. Police sent all the bodies to the native village of the dead people.

 

Chiniot; 9 people including five women from same family dead in a dreadful accident between Dumper truck and Van

8 month old baby was magically saved as all other nine passengers dead

Chiniot; As all the nine passengers in the deadly accident in Chiniot  dead an eight-month child saved metrically by God and he did not receive even a scratch. According to the details, 9 members of the same family were traveling from Mandi Bahawal Din to Jhang on a funeral. As they reached near Chiniot on Lahore road the Van was crashed into a speedy dumper truck and truck crushed the van and all the 9 passengers including five women dead at the spot.

On the other hand, Chief Minister has expressed the sympathies to the family and have ordered the inquiry of the incident immediately.

All Rabwah Volley Ball Tournament will be started from 10th May

All Rabwah Volley Ball Tournament will be started from 10th May

Majlis Khudam Ul Ahmadiyya Maqami organizing all Rabwah Volleyball tournament. The tournament will be started on ten May. Complete Schedule of the event has been declared by the Majlis Khudam UlAhmadiyya Maqami. Total 32 teams are taking part in the competition and all the teams have been divided into 8 pools every pool comprised of 4 teams. All the teams will play group matches and two teams from every group will go to the pre-quarter finals of the competition.

Chief justice may not form a commission over Panama scandal says SCBA president

Chief justice may not form a commission over Panama scandal says SCBA president

ISLAMABAD: Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) President Ali Zafar, after his meeting with Chief Justice Anwar Zaheer Jamali on Monday, cast doubts that the CJP is not likely to constitute a judicial commission to probe the Panama leaks.

“I am not sure whether the chief justice will constitute a judicial commission to probe Panama Papers or not,” Zafar said while talking to media after meeting Zaheer Jamali in his chamber.

“The chief justice did not give any assurance on the issue and in my opinion, the Supreme Court is not going to entertain the letter sent by the government,” Zafar added.

The SCBA president said, “issue of Panama leaks has been made so controversial by the political parties that the apex court is reluctant to pursue the matter”.

The chief justice is to decide on the request for the formation of a judicial commission to probe the Panama Papers leaks.

The CJP is expected to consult other judges before making any decision regarding the commission requested by the government.

“It is beyond the realm of possibility to expect anyone from Pakistan to probe in Panama, which being a sovereign state, is not legally required to render any assistance to a Pakistani commission,” he said.

But Pakistan Bar Council Vice-Chairman Farogh Naseem was of the opinion that the commission could appoint any panel with a direction to go abroad and seek evidence.

 

Investigation through Judicial Commission may be delayed: Imran

Imran Khan keeps mounting pressure on PM Nawaz over curruption

Chairman of PTI Imran Khan continues mounting pressure o0n PM Nawaz Sharif over corruption charges. Imran Khan spoke to a meeting in Peshawar as he returned from Saudi Arabia.Imran Khan not only condemned the corruption but also criticized strongly to Fazal Ur Rehman and Akram Durrani.

He did not spare the JUI-F chief Fazlur Rehman, who often labels him a ‘Jewish agent’, and said that “Jews do not need agents when people like Fazlur Rehman are there to damage the country”.

“Even if a Jew becomes the prime minister of Pakistan, Fazlur Rehman would not only accept a ministry from him but will also issue a religious decree allowing him to lead an Islamic country,” said the PTI chief.

He accused the prime minister of downplaying the issue through visits across the country and doing useless speeches instead of replying to the allegations in parliament and presenting himself for accountability.

“How can the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) bring other corrupt leaders to book when the man leading the country is corrupt himself,” said Imran.

 

‘I don’t want any selfish players around’, says Mickey Arthur

‘I don’t want any selfish players around’, says Mickey Arthur

Pakistan’s newly selected cricket coach Mickey Arthur put his upcoming responsibilities on notice Monday, cautioning he would not compromise on discipline, fitness, and fielding ahead of tough tours in England and Australia.

“I will be tough on discipline and that’s the way we can get better and better results,” says the 47-year-old. —

Arthur, who successfully coached his native South Africa from 2005-2010 before migrating to Australia, replaced Waqar Younis, who resigned following Pakistan’s disastrous World Twenty20 campaign in India last month.

“I will be tough on discipline and that’s the way we can get better and better results,” the 47-year-old said.

“I want everybody to start playing for the team and I don’t want any selfish players around,” he said, calling for “proper values and boundaries”.

opener Ahmed Shehzad and middle-order batsman Umar Akmal were both left out of the squad’s boot camp training session ahead of July’s tour of England due to disciplinary issues.

“Our bowling is good, but we need to lift our batting massively,” he said.

“I will also be tough on fielding and fitness and need players who can play long-term, and these issues are non-negotiable.”

But he also said he required boldness in his players. “I also want players who aren’t prepared to be bullied,” he said.

“For Pakistan players, those conditions are trying, but I want the team to be up for the challenge.

“Without a doubt, we will go to win… If the players show improvement, then I know I am doing my job.”

“Arthur said the “sheer challenge” of the Pakistan coaching role — regarded as one of the toughest and most turbulent in international cricket — “really excited me”.

“I know everything about the job, but what I know more is that there is the huge passion (for) cricket and there is enormous talent in Pakistan and I think if we can get a proper structure in place then we can really get this team far away,” he said.