Thursday, August 17, 2017

“You are the real heroes,” PM Nawaz lauds Champions Trophy winning national team

Mohsin Soomro ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif today lauded the national cricket team saying that players are the real heroes and leaders of the country. “Yes, you have made us proud. You are

Can climbing sports cure depression?

AIMAN INAM WASHINGTON D.C: Apart from receiving proper medical treatment, now we can cure the symptoms of depression by doing bouldering, claimed a research. We just need to climb rocks or walls to moderate

Pakistan’s cueist Sajjad wins Asian 6-Red Snooker Championship

SANA MAHMOOD KARACHI:  Pakistan’s top cueist  Mohammad Sajjad has defeated Lee Chun Wai of Hong Kong 7-0 to claim the top slot in the Asian 6-Red Snooker Championship held today in Kyrgyzstan. Earlier

ICC Women’s World Cup 2017: Will green shirts knock India down today?

AIMAN INAM LONDON: Pakistan women cricket team is all geared up to beat India so as to claim their first trophy of the ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 in Derby today (Sunday). Sana Mir as the Captain of

Sri Lanka cricket authorities willing to send cricket team to Pakistan, says Sethi

LAHORE: Chairman Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Executive Committee Najam Sethi has claimed that Sri Lankan cricket authorities “Yes, Sri Lanka [cricket board] has shown the willingness to send its team

Football star Lionel Messi weds his childhood sweetheart

ROSARIO: Football star Lionel Messi married his long-time girlfriend Antonella Roccuzzo on Friday night at a ceremony in his Argentine hometown. Some of the biggest names in world football gathered in

Australian Cricketer Steve got engaged to a lawyer!

AIMAN INAM NEW YORK: Australia cricket captain Steve Smith has finally got engaged to his beau Dani Willis, a student of law, here in New York City, reported sources.  The cricketer, who is high in

ICC places Imad Wasim at the zenith of T20I ranking

SANA MAHMOOD  KARACHI: Imad Wasim, all-rounder, has been placed at the zenith of ICC’s T20I rankings for bowlers. The spot was earlier occupied by South African Imran Tahir, who slipped two slots

ICC agrees to hold series between Pakistan and World XI

LONDON: International Cricket Council (ICC) has said it was ready to send a World XI to Pakistan later this year to hold a three-game Twenty20 series. The announcement was made after the conclusion of


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