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Caanchi & Lugari Polo Cup – Guard Group/Diamond Paints romp to win

Caanchi & Lugari Polo Cup – Guard Group/Diamond Paints romp to win

LAHORE – Guard Group/Diamond Paints defeated the President’s Bodyguards in the Caanchi & Lugari Pakistan Polo Cup here on Wednesday. Playing at the Lahore Polo Club ground, Guard Group/Diamond Paints scored eight goals and allowed their rivals just four who also enjoyed two-and-a-half goal advantage. Despite the lead, only Lt. Col.
Asif Zahoor played the lead role in The President’s Bodyguards line-up as he scored all the four goals while the other three in the team made little

Cool & Cool Polo Cup – NBP, Guard Group/Diamond Paints victorious

LAHORE – National Bank, Rijas and Guard Group/Diamond Paints won their matches on the opening day of The Cool & Cool Lahore Open Polo Cup that began here at the LPC ground on Monday. National Bank defeated Master Paints 8-7 with goals coming from Shiraz Qureshi, Shahid Hayat and Ahmed Ali Tiwana while the scorers from the losing side were Sufi Muhammad Haris and Ahmed Nawaz Tiwana and Sufi Muhammad Aamir. Rijas defeated Frontier Scouts 6-3 with Saqib Khan Khakwani playing the major

Kalsoom says women will guard Pakistan against all odds

LAHORE – PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif’s spouse Begum Kalsoom Nawaz has vowed to transform women into a dynamic force to guard Pakistan against all odds, driving out corrupt rulers from the country.
She was addressing a function regarding PML-N women’s convention in connection with Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah’s birth anniversary at Alhamra on Thursday. The convention was attended by Begum Tehmina Doltana, Najma Hameed, Ishrat Sharaf, Begum Zakia Shahnawaz, Zaib Jafar and party

Guard Group, Adisseo advance in TREET Cup

LAHORE: Guard Group/DP, Master Paints/Monnoo Foods and Adisseo won their matches on day two of the TREET Polo Cup here at the Lahore Polo Club ground on Wednesday.
Master Paints/Monnoo Foods and Guard Group/DP won their matches by half-a-goal margins. Guard Group/DP beat Security 2000 by 5-4

South Korea stays on guard despite N Korea concessions

SEOUL – A wary South Korea stayed on guard against North Korea on Tuesday, with jet fighters and warships deployed, a day after the communist state backed off from threats of attack over a live-fire exercise.
Washington and Seoul expressed scepticism at another reported concession by Pyongyang – an agreement to reopen its nuclear sites to UN inspectors. Hours after the South defied North Korea’s threats and staged Monday’s artillery exercise near the disputed sea border, the

7,000 Afghan troops to guard TAPI pipeline

KABUL: Afghanistan will deploy up to 7,000 troops to secure a major transnational gas pipeline slated to run through some of the most dangerous parts of the war-torn country, an official said on Sunday.
The pledge comes a day after Turkmenistan signed broad agreements with Afghanistan, India and Pakistan at a summit in its capital Ashgabat on the ambitious venture.
The 1,700-kilometre (1,050-mile) TAPI pipeline, Ashgabat’s dream project that first appeared in 1995, has been

Faisal Abdi’s guard injured in attack

KARACHI: A personal guard of Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Senator Faisal Raza Abdi sustained burn injuries when unidentified assailants attacked him at the Sohrab Goth near Al-Asif Square on Friday.
His minor son was also scorched in the attack. According to police sources, the guard and his son received burned injuries and were rushed to the Abbasi Shaheed Hospital.
Later, they were moved to the Agha Khan Hospital in critical condition. Separately, Senator Faisal Raza Abdi

Change of guard at Allama Iqbal’s mausoleum

LAHORE: The change of guard ceremony was held by the Pakistan Navy at the Mazar-e-Iqbal on Tuesday to pay homage to national poet and great philosopher Allama Dr Muhammad Iqbal.
The ceremony started at 07:30am and a contingent of the Pakistan Rangers, who guard the mazar of Allama Iqbal throughout the year, took positions along with the Pakistan Navy.
Both the outgoing and incoming guards were inspected by Lt Cdr Kamran Ahmad TI (M), Station Commander (Navy), Lahore. The