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Sharapova starts with easy win

AUCKLAND - Top seed Maria Sharapova cruised through her first round match in the Auckland Classic women's tennis tournament Monday disposing of Italian qualifier Alberta Brianti in straight sets. Sharapova was seldom troubled as she won 6-2, 6-3 in less than 90 minutes on court with Brianti putting up her bravest showing in the second set when she saved four match points.
"This was my first match of the year and I hadn't played a tournament in a while, so it was important to get

It’s not easy living next to a CNG station

LAHORE - CNG stations in residential areas of the city are creating nuisance for the neighbouring houses, as long vehicle queues often block the houses' entrances, Pakistan Today has learnt.
A number of CNG stations in the city are located in the residential areas. These localities include Garden Town, Iqbal Town, College Road, Peco Road and Johar Town. People said often they found it difficult to enter their houses at night, when CNG stations start filing vehicles.
People

Islamabad, Lahore post easy wins in Women U19 C’ship

LAHORE: Peshawar, Islamabad and Lahore registered big wins on day six of the National Women Under19 T20 Cricket Championship 2010-11 at the Lahore Country Club, Muridke on Monday.
Peshawar stunned Faisalabad by four wickets. Peshawar reached the target in the final over after Faisalabad had made 100 runs for the loss of six wickets. Wajiha took Peshawar to a hard-fought win with her unbeaten knock of 37.
In another match Islamabad beat Quetta by 92 runs. Islamabad hammered

Courts trying to gain easy popularity in Aasia case: Asma

LAHORE
LAHORE: Supreme Court Bar Association President Asma Jahangir has said the interim order of the Lahore High Court restraining President Asif Ali Zardari from pardoning death convict Aasia
Bibi reflected the "desire of judges to gain easy popularity" in the eyes
of the people.
Talking to Pakistan Today, Asma said courts could not restrain the president from exercising his constitutional powers under the Article 45. "I respect the court order, but judges

Nazir blitz sets up easy first win for Pakistan

LAHORE: Pakistan team led by Shoaib Malik lived up to expectations as they overpowered arch-rivals India to win the opener of the Hong Kong Super Sixes event at the Kowloon Cricket Club on Saturday.
Pakistan swept to a 22-run victory over India to be well-placed in the preliminary round Sobers Group on the opening day of the US$150,000 tournament which saw more than three-quarters of the programme cancelled due to rain.
"It's always good to start with a win," a website