NPC summer camp from tomorrow

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The National Press Club (NPC) has organised a summer camp for the journalists’ children from July 9 here at Pakistan Sports Board. Minister of State for Inter-provincial Coordination (IPC) Malik Azmat Khan will inaugurate the NPC summer Camp.
The camp will kick off with swimming event that will be attended by over 110 participants, says a press release issued here. “The summer camp includes swimming, football, basketball and cricket which will be a big success as the journalist’s children have got the opportunity to enjoy healthy activities,” said NPC Secretary Shahryar Khan. He said that special shuttle service will also be provided for journalists’ children from the press club to Media Town.
Monsoon to help
reduce load shedding: Expected monsoon rains will help reduce the power crisis as hydel generation would increase in the country.
Currently power shortfall is over 5,000MW in the country, which is likely to be reduced with the expected monsoon rains, increasing the hydel generation in the coming days, reported a private news channel on Friday.
An increase up to 1,400MW in overall power generation would reduce load shedding in the country which is expecting to receive monsoon rains in the next few days, which would help in generating 1,000MW powers through hydel generation and this addition would reduce load shedding during the month of Ramadan.