They could be toughest rivals to each other when they’re in middle of field, but when off the field, players from Pakistan and India try to show great friendship among them.
According to Indian media, seeing Suresh Raina at nets, Shoaib Malik came to greet him and the duo were seen engaged in talks for a few minutes before going back to each other’s camp.
This is not the first time that players from the rival countries have displayed good relations among them. Pakistan will take on India in World T20 match on Saturday at Kolkata’s Eden Gardens.
They said that after the loss to New Zealand, India will be under far more pressure against Pakistan. ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Tuesday inaugurated the solar power plant at the Parliament House in Islamabad, making it the first parliament in the world to go green.
The prime minister was accompanied by Chinese Ambassador Sun Weidong, Speaker National Assembly Sardar Ayaz Sadiq, and Chairman Senate Raza Rabbani at the inauguration. With the formal inauguration of the 1.8 megawatt plant, the entire electricity system of the Parliament House has now been completely shifted to solar power, the first and only such parliament in the world. Speaking at the occasion, PM Sharif vowed that 2018 would be the year that marks the end of energy crisis in Pakistan.
The prime minister said that the Parliament’s solar plant would also provide electricity to the national grid. Last year, the Chinese government had provided a grant to set up the solar power system as an alternative source of energy to meet electricity needs of the Parliament House. KARACHI: Director General Pakistan Rangers Sindh, Major General Bilal Akbar on Wednesday formed a high-level inquiry committee to investigate the incident in which three people lost their lives while protesting against likely privatization of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) in Karachi.


Speaking to Geo News, he said that all requirements of justice would be met by the probe committee which he added will be headed by a brigadier ranked officer. Three employees of the national flag carrier were killed when law enforcers and employees protesting against the privatization of the national airline came face-to-face in Karachi on Tuesday.
ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) government has decided to form an independent commission to oversee functioning of the National Accountability Bureau (NAB), Senator Mushahidullah Khan said on Thursday. Speaking exclusively to Geo News, he said this would not be a government commission and will only be formed after the Parliament’s approval.
Senator Mushahidullah went on to say that the ruling party was not considering removing the NAB chairman, who he added was appointed constitutionally. NAB's powers regarding 'plea bargain' are also likely to be curtailed through a parliament resolution, sources told Geo News. Meanwhile, a spokesman for the PM House dismissed reports about a likely meeting of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif with the chairman NAB this evening. The development comes against the backdrop of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s warning to NAB, asking it to stay within its limits and stop threatening and harassing government employees or action would be taken against it. A spokesman for NAB reacted to the harsh statement saying the bureau respected the opinion of the Prime Minister and it was determined to eliminate corruption from society.
The spokesman said the NAB was an independent body because of the government’s policy of non-interference and the accountability process would be improved in the light of suggestions given by the prime minister. Sharjeel scored the very first century of the PSL helping his side Islamabad United to book a place in the final against Quetta Gladiators with a comprehensive 50 run win against Peshawar Zalmi on Sunday night. Meanwhile, Pakistan’s T20 skipper Shahid Afridi also hinted in his post-match interview that Sharjeel would be rewarded soon for his superb inning.


Speaking to APP on condition of anonymity, a Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) official said Monday there was strong chance that Sharjeel would be drafted in the Asia Cup and World T20 squad as his performance in the PSL has been nothing but outstanding.
However, he said there are no chances of Ahmed to be called up in the squad even though his performance is also very good.
Meanwhile, sources informed Geo News of possibly more changes in the squad saying pacer Mohammad Sami and Khalid Latif may also be inducted replacing Iftikhar Ahmed and Rumman Raees. PESHAWAR: An eight-member delegation of the Afghan National Army headed by Corps Commander Lieutenant General Mohammad Sharif Yaftali on Saturday visited Corps Headquarters Peshawar and called on Corps Commander Lieutenant General Hidayatur Rehman.
The Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said the delegates discussed matters pertaining to mutual interest and security arrangements at the Pak-Afghan border.
Earlier on arrival, the delegates laid a floral wreath at Shuhada monument and appreciated the sacrifices of the Pakistan Army in fighting terrorism. He said that he was personally monitoring power projects, some of which would be completed this year while the rest would be completed the next year.
He said that the country’s public and private sector should follow such positive steps. Both commanders agreed on better coordination and enhancing security measures on both sides.



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