A Pakistani athlete has clinched the Mr Musclemania title at the Mr Musclemania competition in Las Vegas on Sunday.
In a video message posted on his Facebook page, Pakistani bodybuilder Salman Ahmad said after winning the gold medal in the World Men Open in light weight class at the event he became the pro-card holder . . . → Read More: Bodybuilding successes from Pakistan
Mohammad Amir’s last appearance on a cricket pitch outside his native Pakistan led to a six-month sentence in a British prison for corruption.
Five years on, the paceman was the headline act in the opening match as Bangladesh’s Twenty20 league staged its own comeback after a fixing scandal.
But . . . → Read More: Amir’s come back story continues
Former India cricketer and BJP MP Kirti Azad on Tuesday said that there is no chance of India playing the proposed series against Pakistan in December unless there is a peace on the border.
“The members of boards are also Indian and they realise that terror and talks don’t go together until there is peace . . . → Read More: Pakistan – India cricket not an option
Defending champion Lewis Hamilton secured his third world title in emphatic and dramatic fashion on Sunday when he raced to victory in a roller-coaster, stop-start, wet-and-dry United States Grand Prix.
The 30-year-old Briton, who started from second on the grid, came home 2.850 seconds clear of his Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg to deliver his 10th . . . → Read More: Hamilton wins third world title
Former Pakistan cricket captain Younis Khan is poised to surpass compatriot Javed Miandad as the team’s greatest Test match run scorer, but he refuses to be considered the equal of a man he describes as a ‘legend and an idol’.
The 37-year-old needs just 19 more runs in the three-Test series against England starting in . . . → Read More: Younis Khan may break Javed Miandad’s test record
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is awaiting a final response from their Indian counterparts on a series due to be played in December-January in United Arab Emirates.
Pakistan’s National Security Advisor Sartaj Aziz on Monday ruled out a potential cricket series against India, saying he saw no chance of a revival of ties between the . . . → Read More: Sartaj Aziz – No Pak – India cricket under current circumstances
As Hockey India League (HIL) prepares for the 2016 season, the president of the country’s national federation, Narendra Batra, said the tournament would be off-limits for Pakistani players until the Greenshirts apologise for their misconduct in the 2014 Champions Trophy in Bhubaneswar.
. . . → Read More: Apology Vital for Admission of Pakistani players in League: Hockey India
Pakistan Disabled Cricket Team (PDCT) progressed to the final of the Five-nation ICRC International T20 Cricket Tournament by defeating arch-rivals India by 43 runs at the BKSP Cricket Stadium in Dhaka on Monday.
A four-wicket haul, including a hat-trick, by Fayyaz Ahmed ensured that PDCT lead the table with six points and book a place . . . → Read More: Pakistan beats India by 43 runs in PDCT cricket tournament
How intimidating is it to stand on a court across from Serena Williams, one of the greatest tennis players in history?
Andrea Hlavackova, a doubles specialist from the Czech Republic, will tell you.
The first time she played Williams was in 2012, . . . → Read More: A Scary Path for Serena
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has announced that Pakistan cricketers Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif will be free to return to competitive action on September 2 after serving bans for involvement in spot-fixing. “Sanctions against Salman and Asif will expire at midnight on September 1, 2015 and that they will be eligible to return to . . . → Read More: Salman and Asif complete their suspension time