Friday, April 28, 2017

Azhar Ali nowhere in the squad for West Indies tour

LAHORE: Pakistan’s ODI captain Azhar Ali was dropped from the squad on Wednesday for the upcoming West Indies tour. Chief selector Inzamam-ul-Haq announced the 16-member One-Day International (ODI)

Google shares doodle to celebrate 140th anniversary of Test cricket

CALIFORNIA: Search engine giant Google on Wednesday dedicated a doodle to celebrate the 140th anniversary of Test cricket. The first official cricket Test match in history began on this day in 1877

West Indies tour: Umar Akmal, Sohail Tanvir declared ‘unfit’

LAHORE: Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Tuesday declared batsman Umar Akmal and pacer Sohail Tanvir unfit after they failed to clear a fitness test conducted by the cricket board ahead of Pakistan’s

Kabaddi ‘PSL’ to kick-off this May!

WANIA ATHER LAHORE: Adopting the fashion of organizing leagues with city teams, the Pakistan Kabaddi Federation (PKF) is launching their own version of Pakistan Super League this May. The Kabaddi League

Adam Hadwin wins Valspar Championship and claims maiden PGA tour title

WANIA ATHER FLORIDA: Canadian Adam Hadwin finally claimed his maiden Professional Golfers Association (PGA) tour title with a one-shot win at the Valspar Championship in Innisbrook here. This victory

PSL spot-fixing: PCB suspends Mohammad Irfan

LAHORE: Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Tuesday suspended fast-bowler Mohammad Irfan over spot-fixing in the Pakistan Super League (PSL). The 34-year-old has been barred from playing every kind of cricket. Earlier,

National Polo Championship Commences!

WANIA ATHER LAHORE: Newage/Master Paints and Barry’s showcased a sensational victory in the Bank Alfalah National Open Championship for Quaid-e-Azam Gold Cup 2017 here at the chockablock Lahore Polo

Pak hockey team’s tour of Australia and New Zealand commences today!

SANA MAHMOOD KARACHI: Pakistani Hockey team led by Abdul Haseem Khan left for Australia and New Zealand today. The experience acquired during the series is expected to assist Pakistan prepare for the

Players involved in spot-fixing will be thrown out from the team: PCB chairman

LAHORE: Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Shaharyar Khan has said that if any player found guilty in the spot-fixing, his career would be over. “Players involved in spot-fixing will be thrown out from


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