ISLAMABAD - Badminton, basketball, handball, squash and cycling camps will commence after Eid-ul-Fitar for the Islamic Games 2009 and South Asian Games 2010 as the ongoing camps of other 12 sports disciplines will continue during the Ramazan in different cities of the country. Talking to The Nation, a spokesman of Pakistan Sports Board (PSB) said here Monday that the timings of the camps had been changed. Now, the camps would start after Namaz-e-Taravee at their respective venues. "However, players will be allowed to start their training sessions in day timings before the Iftar at their own will. The PSB is not going to halt a single training camp during the Ramazan," he said. "The training camps are getting underway for the preparation of the third Islamic Solidarity Games 2009 that will be held in Iran from October 16-30. The players are also being given skills enhancing education to bring the notable results in the 11th South Asian Games 2010, which are scheduled to be staged in January/February next year in Dhaka, Bangladesh. "Badminton, basketball, handball, squash and cycling are included in the 11th edition of the eight-nation regional sports gala and the PSB will completely support the camps of these disciplines after Eid," he described.He further said that athletics, weightlifting, kabaddi, taekwondo, swimming, volleyball and karate camps were in progress in the premises of Pakistan Sports Complex for the last couple of months. "The PSB is also hosting boxing and table tennis camps at Karachi, wrestling and wushu at Lahore and judo at Peshawar. Pakistan will be featuring in athletics, karate, swimming, table tennis, taekwondo, volleyball, weightlifting, judo, wrestling and shooting during the 15-day Islamic Solidarity Games' competitions," he maintained. Answering a question regarding football and golf, the spokesman said that Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) and Pakistan Golf Federation (PGF) would hold their training camps on their own. "There will be a short training camp of squash players because the top national players will be busy in the international circuit," he added.Later, an official of Pakistan Kabaddi Federation said that kabaddi camp would be shifted to Naval Sports Complex from Pakistan Sports Complex in the next couple of days. "There will be sufficient training facilities at the Naval Sports Complex and players will be equipped with the international standard needs during the camp," he said.