Women smashing through glass ceilings in sports

There is nothing more frustrating, as a footballer, than receiving a perfect pass from a teammate, sprinting down the sideline, deking around two players and before you can fire a strike, having a defender destroy your dreams of glory with their bulky and uncreative maneuvers.

Unless, of course, you count not . . . → Read More: Women smashing through glass ceilings in sports

Pakistan Hockey facing tough time due to government corruption

International hockey umpire Pervaiz Akhtar announced his retirement on Monday to protest against the government’s ‘step-motherly’ treatment of the Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF).

The hockey training camp in Islamabad was forced to close down due to the paucity of funds and nonpayment of even daily allowances to players in the camp . . . → Read More: Pakistan Hockey facing tough time due to government corruption

A Pakistani runner breaking records and boundaries

Superhuman adventure runner Ziyad Rahim from Pakistan can be best described as a man of steel. Whilst running for charity, the Qatar based banker has broken six Guinness World Records in marathons and ultra marathons.

Driven by challenge, discovery and humanity, Pakistani adventure runner Ziyad Rahim has achieved six Guinness World Records in . . . → Read More: A Pakistani runner breaking records and boundaries

Azhar Ali named new ODI captain

Pakistan’s new ODI team captain Azhar Ali has acknowledged that he has a hard act to follow and is hoping that all the players would support him as he takes charge of the squad.

Despite the fact that Ali had not made the ODI squad in more than two years, Pakistan’s cricket chiefs named the . . . → Read More: Azhar Ali named new ODI captain

Pakistan giving Australia jitters

Australian cricketers have always looked upon their Pakistani equivalents with a combination of admiration, fascination and the occasional bout of exasperation. How can a single cricket nation possess so much talent? How can it survive so many dramas both internal and external? And how can it look to be about to dominate one moment before . . . → Read More: Pakistan giving Australia jitters

Pak vs Aus – through the crystal ball

Co-hosts Australia have progressed through the 2015 Cricket World Cup with little drama thus far, but will have to negotiate against an in-form Pakistan side in Friday’s quarterfinal at the Adelaide Oval.

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Atif Anwar, Pakistani Bodybuilder wins Arnold Classic title in Australia

Pakistani bodybuilder Atif Anwar on Sunday won a title at the Arnold Classic body building competition held in Australia.

Anwar won the ‘over 100 kg class’ title at the event named after Hollywood legend and seven times Mr Olympia, Arnold Schwarzenegger.

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Two cricket giants heading for another battle

As World Cup quarter final lineup has been completed, it looks like arch rivals Pakistan and India are getting ready for another clash in the tournament.

Cricket World Cup began with the big clashes between Australia and England while on the second day of the tournament Pakistan faced India in which they suffered 76 runs . . . → Read More: Two cricket giants heading for another battle

Pakistan WC Team most searched on the internet

Pakistan Cricket team have been leading the search quires on search engine giant Google, a study by search engine.

Despite following the humiliating defeats from India and West Indies, the Green-shirts are still leading the search race.

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The case on non-halal steak

Recently, the chief selector of the Pakistan cricket team, Moin Khan, was caught on camera visiting a casino in Australia. Moin is part of the Pakistan cricket squad that is in Australia and New Zealand to participate in the 2015 Cricket World Cup.

Fans and the Pakistan media reacted angrily when the news of . . . → Read More: The case on non-halal steak