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6 all out! – Mali bags unwanted T20 International record

DUBAI: Mali bagged an unwanted women's Twenty20 international records on Tuesday when they were all out for six in a match against Rwanda. The Mali batters made just one run off the bat along with five extras, The Hindu reported. Only opener Mariam Samake got on the scoreboard as nine ducks followed for a team of debutants, while Rwanda's teenage bowler Josiane Nyirankundineza took three wickets for no runs from her two overs. Mali's total was the lowest in women's T20I history - falling short of China's 14 against…

Pakistan-China cooperation a factor for regional peace, stability: PM

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan said that close Pakistan-China cooperation was a factor of peace and stability in the region and expressed appreciation for China’s support for Pakistan’s role on international and regional issues. The PM made the remarks while meeting People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Ground Forces, China at his office on Tuesday. The Prime Minister congratulated General Han Weiguo on the conferment of the Nishan-i-Imtiaz (Military). The Prime Minister underlined the importance of mutual support by China…

 Pakistan Navy ATR aircraft displayed at Paris Airshow

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Navy’s state of the art ATR reconnaissance aircraft was showcased at 53rd edition of International Paris Airshow held in Le Bourget, Paris from 17th to 23rd of this month, says a press release received from Paris here today. The Ambassador visited the Pakistan Navy chalet at the Airshow where he was received by Rear Admiral Javaid Iqbal SI (M), Director Naval Aviation Captain Imran Raza, TI (M) and Army & Naval Attaché Captain Nasir Iqbal Chaudhary. The Ambassador was briefed on the salient features…

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