The 38-year-old former Manchester United and Real Madrid midfielder will call time on a glittering career at the end of his five-month contract with French club Paris St-Germain.
Over the past 21 years,Beckham has won 10 league titles across four countries,elevating himself to A-list status to become the world’s most wealthy and . . . →Read More:Becks retires gracefully
Indian cricket was hit by a new scandal on Thursday after police in Delhi revealed they had arrested three players in the country’s fast-paced and glamorous one-day Twenty20 tournament for allegedly fixing games.
The men,all with the Rajasthan Royals team which plays in the Indian Premier League,have now been suspended by Indian cricketing authorities.
They . . . →Read More:Three IPL cricketers suspended for match-fixing
England have been left in no doubt about what will be required of them in the first test against New Zealand starting at Lord’s on Thursday. The world’s second-ranked team struggled on their recent tour of New Zealand where they were outplayed in the three-test series,salvaging a 0-0 draw only by stubbornly batting out . . . →Read More:NZ to face England in first Test at Lord’s
Clay king Rafa Nadal sent another reminder he is not about to surrender his Roland Garros crown without a fight when he crushed Swiss 15th seed Stanislas Wawrinka 6-2 6-4 to win the Madrid Open on Sunday.
It was the Spanish world number five’s fifth title since he returned from a seven-month injury layoff in . . . →Read More:Nadal wins the Madrid Open
By Ali Masood Khan
A change in leadership is needed. No,I’m not referring to the upcoming elections,nor am I talking about our favourite pantomime villain Misbahul Haq. I am in fact,referring to the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairperson Zaka Ashraf,our supposed saviour from the tyranny of Ijaz Butt.
So focused,it . . . →Read More:A disappointing turn in Pakistani Cricket
By Mohsin Ali
Pakistan’s number 1 squash player Aamir Atlas Khan thrashed Abdullah Al-Mezayne of Kuwait 3-0 in the final to lift the coveted 17th FMC Asian Senior Individual Squash Championship 2013 played here at Mushaf Ali Mir Squash Complex on Sunday.
Aamir,despite not being fully fit as he was struggling with groin injury throughout . . . →Read More:After 14 years Asia cup comes back to Pakistan
Are you in the market for a new bicycle this spring?
We spoke with Dave Vollbach,a salesperson and instructor at New York-based Bicycle Habitat,who shared his top picks for a range of cycling types,from city cyclists to mountain bikers.
Vollbach picked the Global Roll 8 ($735),with a durable steel frame and . . . →Read More:Sporty or Touristy:new bicycles for every rider
Tiger Woods may have failed to regain the coveted Masters title at Augusta this season but if the current formbook is any yardstick then the Pakistani version of Tiger Woods seems all set to defend his crown at the country’s biggest golfing event.
Shabbir Iqbal,the reigning champion,is the hot favourite to retain the . . . →Read More:Pakistan Open Golf Championship 2013 begins today
Pakistan received a major boost in their hopes of landing an Asian title at home with ace squash player Aamir Atlas Khan having recovered in time ahead of the Senior Asian Individual Championship to be held in Islamabad from May 1.
Aamir’s prospects of returning back to full form were looking bleak after he aggravated . . . →Read More:Aamir recovers fully for Asian squash championship
Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif are once again in the spotlight,embroiled in the on-going spot-fixing controversy stemming from the infamous tour of England in 2010.
Their appeals against the ICC ban have been rejected by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) just yesterday. However,Butt,who has been in the news more often than the other . . . →Read More:Giving Butt and Asif another chance