Friday, July 28, 2017

Indian sports minister rules out India vs. Pakistan series ahead of BCCI, PCB meeting

KOLKATTA: Indian Sports Minister Vijay Goel on Sunday ruled out a bilateral series between India and Pakistan saying “cricket and terrorism can’t go hand-in-hand.” His remarks came ahead of a meeting

Pak-Afghan bilateral series to be held soon: PCB

LAHORE: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has announced that the national team will play a friendly series with the Afghan team. This was announced by PCB Chairman Shaharyar Khan during a meeting with

ICC Champions Trophy: Sarfraz Ahmed says team to put more focus on winning against India

ENGLAND: Pakistan skipper Sarfraz Ahmed has said that the team is hopeful and wants to perform well against India in the Champions Trophy 2017. “We want to perform well in practice matches against Bangladesh

Umar apologises to fans, says he aims to be back “stronger than ever”

BIRMINGHAM: Unfit bats­man Umar Akmal has apologised over his failed fitness tests and said that he was determined to come back stronger than ever. The middle-order batsman was sent back after being

Manchester United beats Ajax 2-0, wins Europa League final

STOCKHOLM: Jose Mourinho, the Portuguese national has become the first manager ever to win both the Champions League and the Europa League more than once in his managerial career Manchester United defeated

Najam Sethi inches closer to becoming PCB chairman

Mohsin Soomro LAHORE: Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Executive Committee Chairman Najam Sethi is becoming the strong candidate for the next chief of the cricket board. According to an official, PCB’s

Manchester attack: BCCI security incharge leaves for England to ensure team safety ahead of Champions Trophy

MUMBAI: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has sent its security incharge to England amid concerns over team safety in the upcoming Champions Trophy following the Manchester bomb attack. “Neeraj

Manchester attack: ICC to increase security for Pakistan team in Champions Trophy

LONDON: Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has approached the International Cricket Council (ICC) to increase security for the national team for the upcoming ICC Champions Trophy. The request was made to the

ICC Champions Trophy: Always ready to face Pakistan, says Kohli

MUMBAI: Indian skipper Virat Kohli has said that facing Pakistani team is not a big deal for India. “Yes. It’s always very exciting for the fans but in our heads nothing changes, it’s just a game


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