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Aitchison Staff, XI register wins

LAHORE - Aitchison Staff and Doctors XI won their matches in the 1st Lahore Cricket League here on Thursday. Aitchison Staff beat Chairman Foam by 70 runs at the former's ground. Aitchison made 225 for eight in 30 overs. Hammad 69, Maqsood 44, Amir 29 and M Riaz 24 were the main scorers.
Talha got four for 51 and Asif two for 26. Chairman Form made 155 runs in 25 overs. Dawood 32, Asif Abbas 23 and Fahad 22. Maqsood, Amir Razzaq, Aneeb shared two wickets each. In the other match,

Court orders police to register FIR against PML-N MPA

LAHORE - An additional district and sessions judge on Thursday directed the police to register a case against PMLN MPA Saif-u-Malook Khokhar on giving a bogus cheque for Rs 20.5 million. The court issued the order on an application filed by a woman, Salamat.
She said that she sold 94.18 kanals of land to Malook who delivered her a cheque for Rs 20.5 million in payment, which was dishonored. She requested the court to pass an order for registration of an FIR against the MPA.

ANF to register treatment centres for addicts

GUJRANWALA - Punjab Anti-Narcotics Force Joint Director Javed Iqbal has said that rehabilitation and treatment centres for addicts will be registered after the process of scrutiny.
He said this while addressing the annual day of Anti-Narcotics Welfare Society Wazirabad. Karachi Drug Free Pakistan Foundation President Farheen Naveed Siddiqui, Muhammad Sohail Younas, Muhammad Jamil Cheema and others also shared their views.
The ANF has been playing its role to reduce the

2 million register for London Games tickets

LONDON - Two million people have registered an interest for tickets for the London 2012 Olympic Games, despite the prices being higher than initially promised, the head of the organising committee said Saturday.
Paul Deighton expects a further 500,000 to sign up for information updates by the time the 6.6 million tickets for the public go on sale in March. "One of the key things for us in March is to make sure that things go smoothly," said Deighton, the chief executive of the