Saturday, June 24, 2017

Multan becomes sixth team to play in PSL 3

LAHORE: Multan will play the third edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL), the administration announced today. “BREAKING: #HBLPSL congratulates Schon Group on meeting the reserve price of $5.2

Pak-Afghan bilateral series cancelled after Kabul attack

LAHORE: The mutual agreement between Pakistan and Afghanistan cricket boards to hold bilateral series has been cancelled after a deadly blast in Kabul on Wednesday. The agreement was cancelled following

Pak-India clash another ‘usual’ match: Azhar Ali

BIRMINGHAM: Former ODI skipper Azhar Ali has said that a game between Pakistan and India is always good and Birmingham has always had a very good atmosphere. During an interview, the batsman said that

Leisure Leagues Pakistan to feature global heroes

KARACHI: Brazilian star Ronaldinho, Arsenal legend Robert Pires, France’s Nicolas Anelka, Holland’s Goerge Boateng, England’s David James and several other football legends will be travelling to

India favourites at ICC Champions Trophy: Kumar Sangakkara

DUBAI: Former Sri Lanka skipper Kumar Sangakkara has said that Indian team was capable of retaining the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 crown as they were a better-balanced unit with “real firepower in

“He is responsible for damaging reputation of Pakistan”: Waqar on Umar’s fitness

LAHORE: Former Pakistan head coach Waqar Younis has slammed Umar Akmal over his failed fitness tests saying the batsman was responsible for damaging country’s reputation. The 27-year-old was asked to

Golf legend Tiger Woods arrested on suspicion of DUI, released!

SANA MAHMOOD FLORIDA: Golf legend Tiger Woods was arrested on Memorial Day (Monday, 29th of May) on suspicion of driving under influence (DUI) here. Tiger Woods, who is presently recovering from back

Delaying bilateral series: PCB demands $70 million from BCCI

DUBAI: Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has on Monday demanded $70 million in compensation from Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) for not honouring the MoU signed in 2014 for a bilateral series. The

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


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