ISLAMABAD - The Pakistan Sports Board (PSB) has decided to hunt the talent in six games " athletics, wrestling, squash, karate, boxing and table tennis " from all over the country to uplift the standard of sports. A source in the Pakistan Sports Board told The Nation Tuesday here that after selecting the talented budding players, the camps would be set up at different cities to train these boys under the supervision of top national coaches of respective games. "Athletics camp will be establish at Islamabad, while the wrestling and Karate will be held in Lahore. As Peshawar is hub of squash, the camp will be held there. Table tennis camp will be set up at Karachi and boxing at Quetta," he also said. Responding to a question, he said that the top-level meeting had been decided to hunt talent. "It is also aimed to use the available sports infrastructure in the country, which is only being used at the occasion of international competitions. The facility is not being used correctly, "he further added. Earlier, in the meeting that was held under the chairmanship of Muhammad Anwar Khan, Acting Secretary Ministry of Sports on Tuesday, the officials discussed how to utilise sports facilities in Pakistan Sports Complex, Islamabad. Also, Syed Amir Hamza Gilani, Director General Pakistan Sports Board, Muhammad Ashfaq, Deputy Director General (Facilities) and Riazul Islam, Deputy Secretary (Sports), Ministry of Sports attended the meeting. The house also decided that talented sportspersons would be awarded monthly stipend for encouragement.