Thursday, February 23, 2017

Indian Supreme Court removes BCCI president Anurag Thakur

NEW DELHI (JAN 2, 2017): Anurag Thakur, President of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has been removed on Monday for failing to reform the country's cricket body as suggested

“We will take legal action against Indian cricket board,” says PCB chief

LAHORE (DEC 30, 2016): Chairman Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Shaharyar Khan has said that the board will pursue a legal recourse against the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI)

Misbah hints at Test retirement after disappointing Pakistan defeat at Melbourne

MELBOURNE: Pakistan Test captain Misbahul Haq is considering retirement from the longest format of the game after the disappointing defeat of his team against Australia in Test series

Australia beat Pakistan to win Test series

MELBOURNE: Green Shirts failed to make history at Australian grounds as Aussies on Friday roared to victory and clinched Test series by 2-0. Smith’s side beat Misbah eleven by an

Sports diplomacy is the best way to bring people together: Acting CG John Warner at American Football session

EDITED BY: M. M. ALAM KARACHI (29 Dec., 2016):  Some twenty boys from Lyari’s Al-Qadir School converged at the lush green lawns of US Consul General’s FJR residence here on Thursday. Occasion was

Pak vs Australia second Test: Aussies dominate as rain stops play

MELBOURNE: Australian skipper Steve Smith’s century took Aussies to 465 for six, a lead of 22 runs over green shirts before the rain abandoned the fourth day’s play in the second

Australia vs Pakistan, 2nd Test: Green shirts on 142-4 before rain interrupts play

MELBOURNE (DEC 26, 2016): Pakistan on Monday managed to reach 142 against Australia before rain abandoned the Test match being played at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Misbah eleven won

“You’re true heroes,” Ronaldo to Syrian kids

LONDON: World famous football player Cristiano Ronaldo has said that he might be a famous player, but Syria’s long-suffering children are “the true heroes”. Ronaldo, who joined

Pakistan to clash with Australia amid tight security after Melbourne terror arrests

MELBOURNE: After a 39 run defeat by Australia in the first day-night Test at Gabba, team Pakistan is ready for the Melbourne Test amid tight security. According


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