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March 3, 2011

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March 3, 2011

Geo Super to telecast Pakistan vs Canada match today
KARACHI: After witnessing a few close matches, some enthralling contests and certain one sided wipe outs, we are at the stage in the World Cup when the bigger teams will start stepping things up a notch.
Already there have been some incredible performances by the England, India, Australia and South Africa. These victories if nothing else, certainly support the ICCs decision to restrict the next World Cup to just 10 teams. Pakistan will be looking to deliver another message on behalf of the test playing nations when they take on a woeful Canada today. The contest will take place in Colombo where by default all tracks are slow or in some cases dead. Adding to the woes of the Canadian team is the fact that is in very good form.
Pakistan would take on Canada in the 17th ODI match of the ICC World Cup 2011. The match will be hosted at Colombo. Schedule time of Match is 2 pm (PST) and Geo Super will telecast this match live as usual. 2nd match will be played between South Africa and Holland tonight at 9 pm (PST), and Geo Super also telecast his match live from Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali, Chandigarh.

Hot cash for human smugglers?
Watch ‘Geo FIR’ tonight
KARACHI: Beyond borders, jobs abroad, the shortcut to better future, unfulfilled dreams in containers, deserts or Oceans. Physical deformity. Hot cash for human smugglers? Amber of Karachi reaches Jhelum while putting her life at risk. All this will be described in Geo News programme ‘Geo FIR’ tonight at 11 pm with host Fahim Siddiqui.

CIA and ISI: friends or foes?
Watch debate on ‘Jirga’ tonight
KARACHI: CIA and ISI: Friends or Foes? Watch a conversation among ISI officials, who had close links with the CIA, in ‘Jirga’. Guests are Brigadier (R) Mohammad Aslam Ghumman (Former Station Chief ISI, Lahore), Brigadier (R) Asad Munir (Former Station Chief ISI, Peshawar), Colonel (R) Bashir Wali (Former

Station Chief ISI, Peshawar), Major (R) Mohammad Aamir (Former Station Chief ISI, Islamabad) with host Salim Safi. ‘Jirga’ will go on air tonight at 7 pm.

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