Monday, May 22, 2017

Sports Diplomacy: Acting CG of USA organizes Girls Soccer Camp

M. M. ALAM KARACHI: Acting Consul General John B. (Jay) Parker welcomed 25 girls aged 10-20 from under-privileged areas to attend a female soccer camp held in collaboration with Women Win U.S. sports

Samuels, Bravo to miss Test series as West Indies name squad against Pakistan

KINGSTON: West Indies on Wednesday announced the squad for the first Test against Pakistan starting on Friday. The uncapped batting pair Vishaul Singh and Shimron Hetmeyer have been included in the squad

Chris Gayle becomes top batsman to hit 10,000 Twenty20 runs

NEW DELHI: West Indies batsman Chris Gayle became the first batsman to hit 10,000 Twenty20 runs, going past the milestone during a match-winning blitz in the Indian Premier League (IPL). Gayle, 37, who

(VIDEO and TEXT) German Football Coaches Train Karachi Youth: 10-day Camp at United Club

M. M. ALAM KARACHI: A 10-day football coaching camp (commencing from 15th of April) has been organized by Pakistan to Germany Study (P2GS) with an ambition

PCB evidence insufficient to prove Sharjeel Khan guilty, says lawyer

LAHORE: Left-handed batsman Sharjeel Khan’s lawyer has said that the media should refrain from calling the batsman guilty because he hasn’t been convicted yet. “I want to insist to my media friends

Maria Sharapova slams International Tennis Federation for not warning her about ‘banned substance’

LONDON: Russian tennis star Maria Sharapova hit out at International Tennis Federation on Friday for failing to warn her that a drug she had been taking had become a banned substance. Sharapova, a

PCB warns Afridi for illegally changing PSL franchise

LAHORE: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has issued a warning to former skipper Shahid Afridi and Karachi Kings over the transfer rules of the Pakistan Super League (PSL). In a statement, the Board clarified

Will cooperate with PCB once NCA completes investigation: Nasir Jamshed

LONDON: Pakistan left-handed batsman Nasir Jamshed has rubbished the reports regarding his disappearance saying that he was not hiding from someone. “Whatever is being said in the media is wrong. Neither

Younis Khan says he wants to become a role model for youngsters

KARACHI: Pakistan veteran batsman Younus Khan has said that he wants to become a role model for youngsters and new talent in the cricket after his retirement from the international grounds. “When I


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