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  • Tough task ahead for new PSF president

    ISLAMABAD: Chief of the Air Staff Air Chief Marshal Sohail Aman has been traditionally unanimously elected as Pakistan Squash Federation (PSF) president...

    Spokesman for the Pakistan Air Force said that Air Chief Marshal Sohail Aman was unanimously elected as the PSF president during the 42nd PSF annual general meeting held here at the Air Headquarters on Thursday...

  • PSF awards central contracts to six players

    ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Squash Federation (PSF) has taken the initiative to award central contracts to players on the basis of their performance, PSF secretary Group Captain Aamir Nawaz said on Monday...

    The PSF has recently set up the Pakistan National Squash Academy (PNSA) at the Mushaf Squash Complex in Islamabad...

  • PSF launches Legends vs Champions series in bid to revive squash

    And we used to rule it,” were the words of Salman Sarwar Butt, the mastermind behind the lucrative Pakistan Super League (PSL)...

    Butt was addressing a press conference at the Convention Centre in Karachi and he wasn’t just there to motivate the aspiring squash players who now have nothing other than the memories of Pakistan’s once glorious past in the sport that saw the likes of Jahangir Khan and Jansher Khan dominating the world...

  • PSF speedup preparations for four international events

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Squash Federation (PSF) accelerates preparations for four back-to-back international events to be held in the city at Mushaf Squash Complex from September to December...

    Talking to APP, PSF Secretary, Group Captain Amir Nawaz, said international players will be seen in the action during the event along with top Pakistani players...

  • PSF kicks off drive for student unions revival

    LAHORE: The People’s Student Federation (PSF) took out a motorcycle procession here on Sunday to kick off a campaign for restoration of student unions in the educational institutions...

    The procession of the student wing of the Pakistan People’s Party started from Model Town and ended at the Governor House where the participants held a demonstration to demand restoration of the student unions...

  • PSF chief wants collective efforts to promote squash

    ISLAMABAD: Chief of the Air Staff, Pakistan Air Force (PAF), Air Chief Marshal Sohail Aman, who is also the president of the Pakistan Squash Federation (PSF), on Monday underlined the need for collective efforts by the provincial associations and other PSF members to promote the game...

    He also awarded cash prizes to the Pakistan team on winning gold medal at the Asian Squash Team Championship held last month...

  • PSF-JK Academy: A place to scale new heights in squash

    Going by the saying, the Pakistan Squash Federation (PSF)-Jahangir Khan (JK) Academy has embarked on a long-term programme not only to groom young boys and girls of Sindh and Balochistan but to create a reservoir of players to meet international challenge...

    From physical training to extensive match practice, the budding players look ambitious to go extra mile and revive the glorious past by winning laurels globally, a visit to...

  • PSF to hold two high-profile events from today

    ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Squash Federation (PSF) in collaboration with the Serena Hotels is going to host Pakistan Open Men’s Squash Champ­ionship and CAS Women’s International Championship at the Mushaf Squash Complex here from Dec 17-23...

    As many as forty-eight leading international squash players from various countries along with Pakistan’s top contestants will be participating in both the events...

  • ‘PSF is providing best, equal opportunities to all players’

    ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Squash Federation (PSF) has been providing equal and best opportunities to all players and it is upto the players to work hard and win the titles...

    This was stated by PSF secretary Tahir Sultan, who was talking to Dawn in response to allegation levelled by country’s top player Farhan Mehboob who had blamed a lobby in PSF for “deliberately damaging his career...

  • Chief of Air Staff elected PSF president

    ISLAMABAD: Chief of the Air Staff, Air Chief Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan was unanimously elected as president of the Pakistan Squash Federation during the 45th annual general meeting of PSF held here at the Air Headquarters on Wednesday...

    Addressing the general council members, the air chief thanked them for their participation and offered full support from the PSF as well as the PAF for promoting squash...

  • Two dozen foreign squash players to feature in high-profile PSF events

    ISLAMABAD: Around two-dozen foreign players will be seen in action here at the Mushaf Squash Complex as Pakistan Squash Federation (PSF) is set to host the high-profile Serena Hotels Chief of the Air Staff International for men as well as the Pakistan International Squash tournament for women from Sept 10...

    Besides Pakistan, world ranking men and women players from Austria, Egypt, Hong Kong, Iran, Malaysia, Netherland and Thailand...

  • PTF, PSF chiefs meet IPC Minister to discuss govt support, release of funds

    ISLAMABAD: President Pakistan Tennis Federation (PTF) Salim Saifullah Khan and Vice President Squash Federation Air Marshal Shahid Akhtar Alvi separately called on Federal Minister for Inter Provincial Coordination (IPC) Dr...

    President Saifullah apprised the Minister on the performance of tennis federation and also highlighted its efforts to bring Davis Cup to Pakistan after twelve years...

  • A jirga of women, by women and for women

    Looking committed to claiming rights for the women in their remote, small village of Mansehra, a group of 16 women have pioneered a women-only jirga...

    Complaining about the local men-only jirgas letting those subjecting women to excesses, especially in honour killing and blood feud cases, off scot-free, these spirited members of a conservative society took oath as members of the new dispute resolution council on the grassy premises...

  • Pakistan women cricket team qualifies for Women's World Cup

    Pakistan women cricket team qualified for the upcoming Women's World Cup in England despite being demolished by India women cricket team by seven wickets at Colombo's P Sara Oval, reported espncricinfo...

    India's Ekta Bisht showed her career-best returns during the match as she took five wickets for eight runs in 10 overs, paving the way for Pakistan's collapse at 67...

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