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    Screw Pump Manufacturers In Hyderabad

  • Confident BD bid to turn screw on Pakistan

    KOLKATA: Bangladesh will look to compound the misery of beleaguered Pakistan on Wednesday in their opening group match of the World Twenty20, fresh from humbling their arch-rivals in the Asia Cup...

    Despite their recent improvements in 50-over cricket, Bangladesh have a rotten record in the World T20 and have never beaten Pakistan in the premier tournament of cricket’s shortest format
  • Jadeja, Ashwin turn screw on England in Mohali Test

    MOHALI: Ravindra Jadeja led India’s strong lower-order batting display with a career-best 90 before spin partner Ravichandran Ashwin wrecked England’s top order to put the hosts firmly in charge of the third Test on Monday...

    Jadeja fell agonisingly short of his maiden Test century but shared 75-plus partnerships with Ashwin and Jayant Yadav to give India, who were all out for 417, a handy first-innings lead of 134 runs
  • Opposition parties go for ‘another turn of the screw’

    LAHORE: The opposition parties’ movement to “force the PML-N out of power – both in the federal and provincial governments” – kicks off in Lahore on Wednesday (today) on the call of the Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT)...

    Imran Khan’s PTI and the leaders of the PPP, the JI and the PML-Q reaffirmed their pledge to be part of the inaugural rally on The Mall
  • German defence, interior ministers to pump up joint training for attacks

    BERLIN: Germany’s defence minister said on Thursday the country lay in the “cross-hairs of terrorism” and pressed plans for the military to train more closely with police in preparing for potential large-scale militant attacks...

    Ursula von der Leyen, speaking at an operations centre in the town of Uedem near the Dutch border, said military and police already worked together on disaster response and to defend against 9/11-style attacks...
  • Pakistan-India day-night Tests would pump life into cricket: Latif

    KARACHI: Pakistan’s former wicketkeeper Rashid Latif has called on India and Pakistan to consider playing their scheduled Test series in the United Arab Emirates in December under lights to revive the fortunes of the five-day format...

    Teams have been unwilling to travel to UAE, Pakistan's 'home' venue, for Test matches in the summer and Latif believes day-night games may address that issue as well
  • Engineering students develop low-cost infusion pump

    Recently, a professor at Information Technology University (ITU) had developed a low-cost ambu bag ventilation system and now a group of students at the university have taken things further and have invented a low-cost infusion pump...

    An infusion pump is a device that delivers fluids, nutrients or medication into a patient’s circulatory system at a precisely controlled rate...

  • 200 vehicles burnt: LPG leakage causes blast, inferno at petrol pump in Lahore, leaving one dead

    LAHORE: A massive fire followed by a huge blast at a Shahdara petrol pump, minutes after leakage of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) from an overturned tanker, left a man dead and 10 others injured, including a traffic warden, here on Wednesday...

    According to police and witnesses, the LPG tanker overturned at Shahdara Morr near a petrol pump, resulting in a massive gas leakage from its tank...

  • Textile manufacturers disappointed

    LAHORE: The large-scale textile manufacturers on Friday rejected the budget for fiscal year 2015-16 as disappointing, saying that it did not contain any measure to help them reduce their cost of doing business and become competitive in the global markets...

    Speaking at a news conference, All Pakistan Textile Manufacturers Association (Aptma) Chairman S...

  • Sports goods manufacturers demand incentive package, ‘football village’

    SIALKOT: Sports goods manufacturers and exporters on Friday demanded a special incentives package for the Sialkot-based industry, with special focus on setting up a ‘football village’ with training and development facilities...

    Meeting a group of journalists, leading manufacturers and exporters from the north-eastern city in Punjab said the sports goods industry is in dire need of government patronage...

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