Rawalpindi News

Saturday 20th September 2014
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Rawalpindi Facts

Population: Approx 155,058
Longitude: 73.13
Latitude: 33.6
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Country: Pakistan (PK)
Weather Station: Islamabad Airport
(about 2 miles away)

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News Headlines

Sharif cleared in two corruption references - Newspaper - DAWN.COM
RAWALPINDI: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, facing calls for resignation from protesters in Islamabad for more than a month now, must have heaved a sigh of relief on Friday when he learnt that an accountability court in Rawalpindi had cleared him in two corruption references.
l PTI asks workers to ditch motorcycles as authorities impose Section 144 again l Admin to seal bridges between twin ...
On its part, the PTI has decided to use private cars to transport men and women who want to participate in the sit-in, from Rawalpindi to Islamabad.
Ayub National Park’s ‘dramatic’ secret - Pakistan - DAWN.COM
Pindi’s only open-air theatre lies in ruins for lack of attention. — Dawn Of the hundreds of people that visit the Ayub National Park in Rawalpindi, very few know that the sprawling park also houses an open air theatre.
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RAWALPINDI/SIALKOT/MUZAFFARABAD: Over a dozen people were killed and many others were injured on Friday as torrential rains wreaked havoc in northeastern Punjab and Azad Kashmir and prompted a landslide in Gilgit-Baltistan, taking the death toll from the heavy downpour to at least 86.
Pindi Hockey Stadium to be completed at the end of this year
ISLAMABAD: The Shahnaz Sheikh Hockey Stadium at Rawalpindi will be on the go to host international tournaments at the end of this year as an austro-truf and a pavilion-building will be constructed there making it all set for the game lovers.
Peace time training only guarantor for success during war: COAS
RAWALPINDI: While emphasizing on the need of physical fitness for a soldier, Chief of Army Staff (COAS), General Raheel Sharif on Thursday reiterated that peace time training is the only guarantor for success during war.
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Sports Headlines

Premier Football League begins September 20
ISLAMABAD: The 11th Pakistan Premier Football League will be staged at three different venues across the country from September 20 with a total of 12 teams competing in the extravaganza.
Thai fans urge junta to boot out FA chief
BANGKOK: Tens of thousands of football fans have signed a letter urging Thailand's junta to kick out the nation's controversial soccer chief, one of the organisers of the petition said Tuesday.
Rugby Europe rules out third competition this season
PARIS: European Professional Club Rugby (EPCR) will not be organising a third tier European competition alongside the Champions Cup and Challenge Cup this season, European Rugby said Friday.
South Africa turn to Burger for more bite
CAPE TOWN: Former World Rugby Player of the Year Schalk Burger was recalled to South Africa's squad for the Rugby Championship tests against Australia and New Zealand in place of injured Francois Louw, the South African Rugby Union said on Wednesday.
Team matters most for Ryder Cup skipper McGinley
EDINBURGH: Paul McGinley's first love in sports was Gaelic football and were it not for a broken kneecap he sustained playing that when he was 18, he would almost certainly never have become Europe's Ryder Cup captain.
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