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Obviously it's an exciting time for all football lovers,' Khan Research Laboratories (KRL) striker Murtuza Hussain, who saw his hopes becoming a Pakistan international hit by the PFF crisis, told Dawn.
Shaheen, who had made a record-breaking first-class debut in September 2017 when he grabbed an eight-wicket innings haul in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy for Khan Research Laboratories against Rawalpindi, tormented the Ireland batsmen as soon as he was brought into the attack.
Various organisations including Khan Research Laboratories, the Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) and other departments including different embassies are also participating in the show.
KAHUTA -- Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee (CJCSC) General Zubair Mahmood Hayat, NI (M) on Wednesday expressed his satisfaction on the performance and achievements of the Scientists and Engineers working at Khan Research Laboratories (KRL).
Methods: This longitudinal, observational study was conducted at Khan Research Laboratories Hospital, Islamabad, Pakistan, from May 2012 to December 2014.
2 hectares and is located within the secure area of the Khan Research Laboratories (KRL), in the southwestern part of the complex," the wire says quoting the statement.
KARACHI -- Khan Research Laboratories (KRL) maintained their top position in Group B in the National One-Day Cricket Tournament when they shocked NBP by 13 runs after an exciting tie at Niaz Stadium Hyderabad on Monday despite Akbar-ur-Rehman's unbeaten ton.
In this season's domestic oneday competition, the President's Gold Cup One Day, where he plays for Khan Research Laboratories, he has eight wickets at 32.
Central Intelligence Agency supplied Stinger missiles to Pakistan's Inter Service Intelligence for Afghan mujahideen (holy warriors), some were diverted to Khan Research Laboratories, under nuclear scientist Abdul Qadeer Khan, where engineers dismantled them to develop a Pakistani shoulder-fired missile through reverse engineering.
One was the Khan Research Laboratories (KRL) established in 1976 while the other was the Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (PAEC) established in late 1950s.
During the 1990s, North Korean scientists and technicians helped Pakistan develop the nuclear-capable Ghauri missile--a copy of the eight-hundred-mile-range North Korean Nodong missile--at the Khan Research Laboratories at Kahuta outside Islamabad, which is colocated with a centrifuge enrichment plant.
Aaqib was enthused by what he saw and soon after, Irfan debuted for Khan Research Laboratories.