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  • Saqlain offers his help for suspended Saeed Ajmal September 9, 2014

    New Delhi: The pioneer of 'doosra' Saqlain Mushtaq on Tuesday came out in support of Pakistan offspinner Saeed Ajmal, who has been suspended from bowling international cricket by the ICC after his action was deemed illegal by parent body's expert panel. Saqlain, one of the most wily off-break bowlers of all...
  • Moin Khan stands strong chance to be named Pakistan's head coach February 9, 2014

    Karachi: Former skipper Moin Khan, who was recently sacked as the manager of the national side, has emerged as a strong candidate to be appointed head coach of the Pakistan cricket team. The coaching committee of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) will meet in Lahore to discuss the list of candidates,...
  • Sunanda's post-mortem report concludes she died of drug poisoning: Sources January 21, 2014

    New Delhi: The post-mortem report of Minister of State for Human Resource Development Shashi Tharoor's wife Sunanda Pushkar has cited drug overdose as the cause of her death, sources said on Monday. The sources, citing the report said that her death was due to overdose of medicines and that a police...
  • Indo-Pak series will improve bilateral ties: PCB September 17, 2012

    Lahore: PCB chief Zaka Ashraf feels revival of bilateral ties with neighbours India will go a long way in improving relations between the two countries. Pakistan will be touring India later this year for a few one-dayers and T20 matches. India and Pakistan last played in a bilateral series in 2007...
  • Pakistan to tour Zimbabwe before India series August 10, 2012

    Lahore: Pakistan will tour Zimbabwe for one Test and three ODIs late this year ahead of the much-anticipated cricket series against India. According to details, Pakistan will be touring Zimbabwe at the end of November for the series but before that the PCB is working hard to launch its Premier League...
  • Pak credibility suffered serious blow: report May 7, 2011

    Washington: Pakistan's credibility has suffered a "serious blow" in the aftermath of the killing of Osama bin Laden at a compound near its premier military academy in Abbottabad, where the dreaded terrorist had been living for years, a Congressional report has said. The location and circumstances of bin Laden's killing have...
  • Pak fighting Taliban for own good:Petraeus May 30, 2009

    Washington: As Pakistani military intensified operations against the Taliban in Swat valley and adjoining areas, Commander of the US Central Command,Gen David Petraeus said, "there's going to be a tough fight. But clearly, the Pakistani military has taken on this fight." He was discussing about the success of current military...