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Pakistan fail to qualify for the first time for the Hockey World Cup since 1971
Cricket-Zimbabwe beat Pakistan for first time in 15 years
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Pakistan fail to qualify for the first time for the Hockey World Cup since 1971
Cricket-Zimbabwe beat Pakistan for first time in 15 years
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Pakistan fail to qualify for the first time for the Hockey World Cup since 1971
Black Day for Pakistan's Hockey... A team that won most number of World Cups could not even qualify for next... What a shame, politics and corruption in "Pakistan Hockey Federation" have totally ruined this Pakistan's National Sports :(( Thanks God we don't have to play qualifying tournaments for Cricket World Cup :winky:
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Pakistani nurse wins global award for excellence in neonatal nursing Anila Ali Baradi, the first Pakistani nurse to win this coveted award 1236486_1433858923506078_1206737644_n.jpg KARACHI: Anila Ali Bardai of the Aga Khan University Hospital received the award for excellence in neonatal nursing at the opening ceremony of the 8th International Conference of the Neonatal Nurses held at the Waterfront Hotel in Belfast, Ireland, said a communication received here on Monday. nurse-anila-ali-bardai.jpg1235946_1433859130172724_515511481_n.jpgCOINN_Awards_Slideshow1.jpg

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Mountaineer Samina Baig has become the first Pakistani woman to scale Mount Everest, the world’s highest mountain with a peak at 8,848 metres.
http://tribune.com.pk/story/551508/samina-baig-first-pakistani-woman-to-scale-mount-everest/ 551508-saminabaigmirzaalieverest-1368963271-302-640x480.jpg935767_537319596306101_1413705377_n.jpgmirza-samina.jpg249190_379475058836979_2141914789_n.jpgSamina Baig on right side, with Malala 971688_154324024747662_428244311_n.jpg20101126xsamina.jpg20100924xsaminasummit.jog.jpg :two_thumbs_up:
Pakistan, India flags fly together Indian twin sisters Tashi and Nugshi were also at the top of the Everest with Baig and Ali. By hoisting Pakistani and Indian flags side by side, the four South-Asians hoped to spread the message of Pak-India peace and friendship.
551374_537321219639272_1903450787_n.jpg943103_540162019355192_374450286_n.jpgmirza-3.jpg :nice: P.S: this one is old news. forgot to add in the thread ...
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Pakistan has marked victory in International Cyber Drill Competition

Pakistan has marked victory in International Cyber Drill Competition, the competition was based on tricks and techniques regarding ” Cyber Security and how to secure systems from hackers and hack attacks”. Pakistan took part in the drill for the first time and beaten experts from 28 other countries LAHORE – IFTIKHAR ALAM - For the first time in the country’s history an eight member team of computer experts has participated in an international cyber drill and completed all the tasks successfully, various social websites and blogs reported here on Wednesday. The Pakistani team won the competition held in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia, where 25 teams of experts from 20 countries participated, it was informed. The Pakistani team comprised four members of Pakistan Information Security Association and four students of National University of Science and Technology. The event was organised by the Asia Pacific Computer Emergency Response Team (APCERT). The annual drill was held to test the response capability of leading Computer Security Incident Response Teams from Asia Pacific economies. It was the first time that APCERT involved the participation from the Organization of the Islamic Cooperation – Computer Emergency Response Team (OIC-CERT) in the annual drill, following a Memorandum of Understanding on collaboration signed in September. The objective was for participating teams to exercise incident response handling arrangements locally and internationally to mitigate the impact of advance persistent threats that involved large scale malicious software propagation and attacks capable of impairing the critical infrastructure and economic activities. The main focus of the event was to educate the participants, who were given specific task to complete them within a time limit. The exercise reflected a strong collaboration amongst the economies, and it also enhanced the communication protocols, technical capabilities and quality of incident responses for assuring Internet security and safety. About 22 CSIRT teams from Australia, Bangladesh, Brunei Darussalam, People’s Republic of China, Chinese Taipei, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Macao, Malaysia, Myanmar, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam, Tunisia, Egypt and Pakistan participated in the drill. Courtesy : Daily Nation
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Latest News Mohsin Ali 8 year old boy has Attempt the Record of Climbing 6050 Meters high peak of Minglik

Mohsin Ali , a 8-year-old boy, from Shimshal Valley has attempt the record of climbing 6050 meters high peak of Minglik at Shimshal Valley, Pakistan.
8b5a63972cf8a4ceea305aef44645f31_M.jpg Video in the link: http://www.suchtv.pk/entertainment/item/8693-hunza-boy-climbs-6-050-metre-peak-sets-a-world-record.html :two_thumbs_up:
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^ mountain climbing is child harassment ? I mean no one forced him to climb the mountain ... the video in your link can be the child labor/children soldiers category ...
No one has to force, but taking a child to climb a mountain amounts to endangerment. Children till 13 don't have the right mind to know what is good or bad for them.
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