By Hamza Faraz Karamat
Pakistan cricket team’s performance is not that bad though it needs a boost
Over the past few months in the world of cricket,Pakistani people began growing worrisome of the performance of their beloved team. The team had previously been on a disappointing streak which left many Pakistanis wondering: . . . →Read More:The green shirts are back
Five days after completing a series in the United Arab Emirates,South Africa and Pakistan square up again in a Twenty20 international at the Wanderers Stadium on Wednesday.
Two Twenty20 games will be followed by three one-day internationals in a tour arranged in haste after a fall-out between the Indian and South African boards led . . . →Read More:South Africa and Pakistan square up again
In what can be charitably termed a bizarre occurrence,the PCB head Najam Sethi donned his other hat as a journalist on Saturday night and interviewed Pakistan’s captain Misbah-ul-Haq on his popular political show,Aapas ki Baat.
Sethi asked Misbah all the questions a growing number of critics have been asking as the team has . . . →Read More:Misbah’s interview throws Najam Sethi’s role under scrutiny
Do you remember the days when you would place a school bag on your preferred bus seat to symbolise that it was reserved? It would take a routine effort to have the bag all packed at the end of the last period and then dash towards the car park to get a preferred position.
However, . . . →Read More:Younis Khan:ODI team selection system
Defending champions Pakistan on Sunday retained their title by defeating hosts Japan 3-1 in the final match of the third Asian Champions Trophy field hockey tournament being played in Japan’s Kakamighara city.
The Japanese team took an aggressive start scoring one goal to take the lead in the first half. Pakistan replied with a comeback . . . →Read More:Pakistan retain Asian Hockey Champions Trophy
Li Na’s fine performance in getting to the final of the season-ending WTA Championships was one in the eye for those who suggested that her best was behind her.
Instead,at the age of 31,Li has not only become the first Asian to reach world No 3 but her game is evolving cleverly enough . . . →Read More:Li first Asian to become world no. 3
Pakistan offspinner Saeed Ajmal says the only differences between national coach Dav Whatmore and his two Pakistani predecessors are the salary package and the language barrier. Ajmal told the TV sports channel Geo Super late Tuesday that former Pakistan internationals Waqar Younis and Mohsin Khan had handled the players very well during their coaching stints, . . . →Read More:Whatmore’s coaching overrated:Saeed Ajmal
Misbah-ul-Haq is likely to survive as Pakistan captain in spite of his team’s embarrassing Test defeat against minnows Zimbabwe earlier this month after a top official said on Wednesday that the timing is not right for a change at the top.
. . . →Read More:Misbah likely to carry on as Captain despite Zimbabwe defeat