Government cuts down the petrol and gas prices

Government cuts down the petrol and gas prices

 Government of Pakistan has decided to deliver the fruits of low prices of oil in the international market.

OGRA has now decided to cut down the prices of petrol diesel and CNG up to 12 percent. Petrol and diesel will be now available at a very low price in all over Pakistan. Petrol will be cut to 8 rupees and new price of the petrol will be 62.77 rupees whereas the previous price of the petrol was 71.25 per liter.

The price of High speed deiesel has also been cut down by Rs4.67 (6.16pc) to Rs71.12 per liter from Rs75.79 and that of LDO by Rs1.97 (4.93pc) to Rs37.97 per liter from Rs39.94. The ex-depot price of HOBC was reduced by Rs2.98 (3.94 pc) to Rs72.62 per liter from Rs75.60.

The government has not changed the rate of kerosene and it will remain at Rs43.25 per liter, Remember that government is receiving about 25 percent duty on all kinds of oil.

The government also decided to cut down the prices of gas in Punjab and 11 percent reduction has been ordered.

 

Mumtaz Qadri buried in the presence of Thousands

Mumtaz Qadri buried in the presence of Thousands

Mumtaz Qadri has buried in his native town Sadiq Abad in the presence of thousands of people. The funral of Mumtaz Qadri took place in the Liaqat Bagh Rawalpindi yesterday. Thousands of members of religious parties and citizens took part in the burial ceremonies of the Qadri. The security was highly tied in the whole country specially Islamabad and Rawalpindi.  Roads and streets around Hussain Agahi Chowk were full of people got as thousands of people turned up to partake in Ghaibana Namaz-e-Janaza (funeral prayers in absentia) of Mumtaz Qadri on Tuesday.
The prayer was organized by Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) and activists of religious parties including JI, Tehrik Tahaffuz Namoos-e-Risalat , Jamiat Ulema-e-Pakistan and other political parties as well as traders and common citizens joined it. The funeral prayer was led by JI Multan Ameer Asif Mehmood Ikhwani.
Participants of the funeral registered a huge protest against the execution of the death sentence of Qadri. Remember That Mumtaz Qadri killed the former and late Governor of Punjab Salmaan Tasir in 2011 on the charges of giving statement against the blasphemy law in Pakistan.

Asia Cup T20; Pakistan vs Bangladesh is a must win match for Green Shirts

Asia Cup T20; Pakistan vs Bangladesh is a must win match for Green Shirts

Asia Cup t20 2016; Pakistan will take on Bangladesh today and it is a must win match for the Green shirts. Pakistan has lost one match against India and won against UAE. On the other hand Bangladesh has won two of its three matches and a win today will take them to the finals of the competition. Bangladesh have replaced Mustafizur with Tamim Iqbal, but their opponents Pakistan are likely to stick with the same team combination.

The hosts of the Asia Cup T20 2016, Bangladesh, take on Pakistan in a must-win encounter at the Shere Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur, Dhaka on Wednesday night. The game will be a vital one as far as the second spot for the Asia Cup 2016 final is concerned, with India already storming their way into the final after three consecutive wins. There is no doubt that India have been the best team so far in the tournament, and with Sri Lanka struggling on almost all corners, Bangladesh and Pakistan become the other teams to look forward to.  Bangladesh suffered a massive blow in their build-up to the match against Pakistan, when their star bowler Mustafizur Rahman was ruled out of the tournament due to an injury. Undoubtedly, Mustafizur has been their best bowler in the last one year or so, and his absence will test the others to full extent.

Bangladesh have replaced Mustafizur with Tamim Iqbal, but their opponents Pakistan are likely to stick with the same team combination. Pakistan too are fumbling with the basics, but a win here will put them in a commanding position. Let us take a look at what possible likely XI will Pakistan announce for their Asia Cup 2016 match against Bangladesh:

Top-order: Mohammad Hafeez did not click in the game against United Arab Emirates (UAE), but he is expected to score in the clash against Bangladesh. Looking at how the other batsmen in the top have performed, Pakistan will like to have some stability in the slot and there seems to be no better option than Hafeez. Apart from the right-handed veteran, there are Khurram Manzoor and Sharjeel Khan, who have been a worry for Pakistan. Both the young batsmen have not made enough runs and this will remain a concern unless they turn around the tables. Pakistan probably have the weakest top-order in regards to form, and this is one area in which Bangladesh will like to bank on.

Middle-order: Umar Akmal and Shoaib Malik struck crucial half-centuries against UAE, else Pakistan might have been on the losing end. They revived Pakistan from a precarious position of 17 for 3 to lead them to win, but this cannot be a norm. Both Akmal and Malik are experienced, and Pakistan need them to keep making runs if their top-order is not clicking. The form of Sarfraz Ahmed and Shahid Afridi is concerning as well.

 

T20 Asia Cup; India beats Sri Lanka to book the place in the final

T20 Asia Cup; India beats Sri Lanka to book the place in the final

T20 Asia Cup; India has beaten Sri Lanka and has reached into the final of the Asia Cup t20 Bangladesh.

India kept its wining form continues as India beat comfortably Sri Lankan team with Virat Kohli once again played the central role in India’s 5-wicket win over Sri Lanka.

With this win, India reached the Final of the Asia Cup T20.

Indian team has not yet beaten in the competition and has also beaten its arch rival Pakistan with five wickets.

Yuvraj Singh (35 off 18 balls) finally showed some stroke-making form of his past self. Though he still looked shaky but today’s innings should give a lot of confidence. Suresh Raina to played a good knock too.

Sri Lanka: 138 for 9 in 20 overs (Chamara Kapugedera 30; R Ashwin 2/26, Jasprit Bumrah 2/27, Hardik Pandya 2/26).

India: 142 for 5 in 19.2 overs (Virat Kohli 56 not out, Yuvraj Singh 35; Nuwan Kulasekara 2/21).

All Rabwah Football tournament started with a draw

All Rabwah Football tournament started with a draw

All Rabwah Football tournament has started from Tuesday 2-03-2016 with the opening match between Yaman B and Sadar B block. In the opening match of the competition was between Yaman B and Sadar B block. The match was ended in a 0-0 draw. Both teams got several chances to take lead but could not convert the opportunities’ into the goals. However Yaman team had the home advantage but the team Yaman could not finish as a winner side.

Remember that 16 teams are taking part in the tournament and all the teams has been divided into 4 groups with four teams in each group. Two teams from each group will go through the quarter finals of the competition.

MKA organizing All Rabwah beach ball volleyball tournament

MKA organizing All Rabwah beach ball volleyball tournament

Majlis Khudam Ul Ahmadiyya Maqami Rabwah will orgnise All Rabwah beach volleyball tournament. Every team will be comprised on two players. The tournament will be played on open choice system which means that any player can join any other player from all over Rabwah. The entry fee for the tournament will be only one hundered for each pair. Anyone who wants to take part in the tournament can contact to Majlis Khudanm Ul Ahmadiyya Maqami.

Another Ahmadi Mr. Qamar Ul Zia Martyred In Kot Abdul Malik Lahore

Another Ahmadi Mr. Qamar Ul Zia Martyred In Kot Abdul Malik Lahore

Another Ahmadi Mr. Qamar Ul Zia Martyred In Kot Abdul Malik Lahore

Ahmadi Mr. Qamar Ul Zia

Lahore; Another Ahmadi in Lahore has been Martyred by the religious extremists in Kot Abdul Malik Lahore. According to the details religious discrimination against the Ahmadi Muslims in all over Pakistan is continue as an Ahmadi young man was killed by the religious terrorists in front of his house. Two man armed with knives attacked him as he came back home after picking his children from school. Mr. Zia has been receiving threats from the extremists and he also submitted applications in the police station previously but police did not take any action. He was also physically tortured a few years ago but no one took action. He has left three children and wife behind including two young daughters one and two years old and one son eight year old. He was 35 year old and he was running a mobile shop near his house. Spokesman of Jamat E Ahmadia has condemned the incidence and has asked government to stop the killing , discrimination and hate speech against Ahmadis in Pakistan.   Mazhhar Ali, brother of the late Qamar Zia, says that the attackers were from the same locality and one of them has already fled the area.

Zia’s family said he had been receiving threatening calls from unknown numbers since long.

“Zia was killed by repeated strokes of knives,” Javed Ahmed, a police official dealing with the investigation, said.