Across its six columns on page one last Wednesday, The Indian Express screamed: “For ‘cheering’ Pakistan in India Match, University in Meerut suspends 67 Kashmiri students.”
Indian bowlers had choked Pakistan, until legendary hitter, Shahid Afridi, walked to the middle. A sensational spree of sixes turned the game around. Pakistan won. India was stunned.
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Pakistan’s squash player Maria Toorpakai Wazir put her name in the history books by winning the first ever women’s event in the Nash Cup in Canada by beating Milou van der Heijden of the Netherlands 13-11, 11-3, 11-9.
The victory gave Maria, who hails from South Waziristan, the third title of her WSA career after . . . → Read More: Pakistan’s Maria Toorpakai wins Nash Cup
You could almost feel the anger in Wasim Akram’s voice. Shahid Afridi had attempted a trademark hoick with his team precariously placed at 117 for 5against Afghanistan. The stumps had rattled and Wasim started to rail against Afridi, his refusal to learn, the fact that over 17 years of cricket Afridi had declined to listen to what . . . → Read More: Afridi: Madness, addiction, and the best of highs
A local sessions court on Thursday issued the arrest warrant for Pakistan cricketer Umar Akmal for violating traffic rules and scuffling with a traffic warden, DawnNews reported.
Also today, the court ordered that following his arrest, Akmal be produced before it on March 11.
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New Zealand’s Sonny Bill Williams reflects on his return to rugby league after a successful spell playing union, where he won the World Cup with the All Blacks.
He says Islam is important to him, adding that he “wouldn’t be half the man I am today without my faith”.
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DUBAI: Pakistan defeated England by three wickets in an exciting semi-final to qualify for the final of the ICC Under-19 World Cricket Cup 2014 here at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium on Monday.
Chasing 205, Pakistan completed their sensational victory in the first ball of the final over of the match losing seven wickets.
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As the results from Men’s Giant Slalom were announced today at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics, Pakistan’s sole athlete at the event, Mohammad Karim, was 70 places behind the winner, American alpine skier Ted Ligety.
Though Karim could not finish even in the top 50, a goal he had set for himself, he did us . . . → Read More: Pakistan’s Karim at Sochi brings glory to homeland
By Martin Patience
The city of Zhangjiakou is perhaps best known in China for its steel industry and appalling air pollution.
But if the Chinese government gets its way that could be about to change – the steel city could be hailed for its world-class ski resorts.
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LAHORE:-Pakistan won the Interloop Pakistan-India Blind Cricket Twenty20 Series 2014 after defeating India by nine wickets in the second T20 played at Iqbal Stadium, Faislabad on Sunday.
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ZAKA ASHRAF’S REPLACEMENT AS PCB CHAIRMAN HAS CAUSED SHAKE-UP IN TEAM MANAGEMENT.
Pakistan on Tuesday appointed former captain Moin Khan as the head coach of the national cricket team, replacing Australian Dav Whatmore whose two-year contract expired last month.
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