Model Town Club wins Central Park T20 Cricket League
Bilal Anwar took 2 wickets for Model Town Club. In the reply innings, Model Town Club completed its target in 19 overs, with only 4 players out. Hassan Rizwan made a brilliant 71 off 37 balls with the help of 6 sixes and 2 fours and was not out. Ali Hasnain scored 42 and Saleem scored 31. The special guest of the match was Ruff Wayne. ۔
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In the under-19 girls final, Alja Tariq of Balochistan clinched the title by defeating Hadiqa Aftab of Punjab by twenty-seven, twenty-four. In the final of category, Army’s Abdul Manan defeated Punjab’s final, Punjab’s Zain Bajwa defeated Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Fahad Khan by 21 runs. In the women’s doubles, Samia Tariq of Pakistan Army and Alja Tariq of Balochistan won gold medals by defeating Imam Usman and Dina Shehzadi of the Army by 21-15 and 2110 respectively. Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Afnan Khan and Hamza Khan clinched the trophy with KP’s Omar Jahangir and Mohammad Ziad Kohrakar.
Return flights from Saudi Arabia will not be affected,
Prior to the ban, PIA flights will run as usual from Sialkot to Dammam, Multan to Madinah and Islamabad to Riyadh, a PIA spokesman said.
Salamabad Following the ban imposed by Saudi Arabia, PIA has issued an explanatory statement for Pakistani travelers. According to media reports, a PIA spokesman clarified that the return flight schedule from Saudi Arabia would not be affected. It was informed that before the ban was imposed, PIA flights would run as usual from Sialkot to Dammam, Multan to Madinah and Islamabad to Riyadh.
According to PIA spokesman Abdullah Khan, two PIA flights from Karachi to Jeddah and Lahore to Madinah are still in operation. Passengers will not be able to travel from Pakistan to Saudi Arabia after the ban. He further said that PIA’s Saudi Arabia operation would continue for the convenience of the passengers.
Flights will be continued to bring back passengers from Saudi Arabia to Pakistan.
According to a PIA spokesperson, the bookings of passengers who had bookings on Pakistan-Saudi Arabia flights are being postponed till the ban is lifted. As soon as the ban is lifted, all bookings will be restored on the first flights. He requested all the passengers to keep in touch with the PIA administration for further information or change of booking and to register their correct numbers for timely provision of information by PIA.
It should be noted that Saudi Arabia has temporarily banned the entry of foreign nationals from 20 countries. According to the foreign news agency, the ban has been imposed temporarily by the Saudi authorities, which will take effect on Wednesday, February 3, from 9 pm France, Lebanon, Egypt, India and Japan. Citizens of Pakistan have also been barred from entering the country. According to Saudi media, the ban will apply to ordinary foreign nationals and their families, including health professionals and diplomats.