Thursday, August 17, 2017

Breaching code of conduct: Akmal issued show cause notice for allegations against Arthur

LAHORE: Umar Akmal was issued a show-cause notice today for breaching Code of Conduct after he levelled severe allegations of verbal abuse against the head coach Mickey Arthur. The show-cause was issued

Death of a cricketer: Don’t forget to wear safety gear!

SANA MAHMOOD MARDAN: Death of 18-year-old cricketer Zubair Ahmed Mohmend on Monday 14th August during net-practice highlights the importance of safety gear as cricket ball could be lethal for the batsman. Pakistan

Ready to visit Lahore for Pak vs. Sri Lanka T20I series: Dean Jones

ISLAMABAD: Former Australian cricketer Dean Jones has expressed his interest to visit Pakistan as a commentator for the Pakistan vs. Sri Lanka series to be held in September. Jones, who is the coach of

Maria Sharapova to appear at a grand slam after 15-month suspension

SANA MAHMOOD WASHINGTON: Maria Sharapova, who was banned for 15 months for taking a banned drug (meldonium), will be appearing at a grand slam first time after her suspension. The organizers of US Open

Sri Lanka ready to play T20I series in Pakistan: SLC president

LAHORE: Sri Lankan cricket team will be ready to tour Pakistan for at least one T20I in Lahore “if all logistical and operational plans fall in place”, the first visit since the team came under

Newly appointed PCB chief wants to honor Misbah, Younis, and Afridi by giving them a farewell

LAHORE: Newly-appointed Chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board Najam Sethi has said that the legendary cricketers Misbah-ul-Haq, Younis Khan, and Shahid Afridi will be given a farewell in September. "The

Under-19 Asia Cup shifted from India to Malaysia, Sethi says credit goes to PCB

LAHORE: Chairman Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Najam Sethi has claimed that the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) agreed to shift Under-19 Asia Cup from India to Malaysia on Pakistan’s insistence. The cricket

PCB should stop ‘begging’ to India for bilateral series: Javed Miandad

LAHORE: Cricket legend and former coach of the Pakistan cricket team, Javed Miandad has called on PCB to stop bothering about reviving bilateral cricketing ties with India and instead focus on improving

Resumption of international cricket in Pakistan ‘top priority’: Sethi

LAHORE: The newly elected Chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board, Najam Sethi has said that his top most priority is the resumption of international cricket in Pakistan. In an interview, Sethi said that


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