The victim had her head bashed into the wall of the train a number times by an unknown woman who was shouting abuse before being pushed off the train.
A 26-year-old Muslim woman suffered injuries after being racially abused, assaulted and thrown off a moving train in Australia’s Melbourne last week, in . . . → Read More: Australia’s growing hate against Muslims
KARACHI: Pakistan Cricket Board’s (PCB) decision to abstain from voting on the new reforms presented by the executive board in the crucial International Cricket Council (ICC) meeting on Saturday is only going to make the situation more difficult for them, feels former captain and renowned commentator Ramiz Raja.
In an exclusive interview with The Express . . . → Read More: Voting against ‘big three’ was an emotional decision says Ramiz
Calling them the ‘women’ cricket team won’t be entirely right as they are just girls, not women. If you calculate the average age of Pakistan’s women cricket team and compare it with the average age of the other seven teams competing in the upcoming ICC Women Cricket World Cup, our team, with most of its . . . → Read More: Hard work and perseverance at Pakistan’s women cricket team
Australia captain George Bailey couldn’t be happier with the way his men are shaping up for the World Twenty20 after a record-breaking win over Pakistan in the third game of their series on Monday night.
Ninth-ranked Australia lost the series 2-1 but took a huge amount of confidence out of their 94-run win, which was . . . → Read More: Australia defeats Pakistan by 94 runs
After houseful shows of some recent Punjabi films not only in Punjab, but also in other states, an upcoming Punjabi film “Ajj De Ranjhe” gets nod of Pakistan’s authority for its simultaneous release across the border on September 7.
A presentation of Reliance Entertainment and renowned Punjab industry stalwart Manmohan Singh, Ajj De Ranjhe will . . . → Read More: Bollywood Movie to be released in Pakistan
Pakistan’s blind cricket team deserves praise for being world champions. Instead, what they get is pity.
“I used to listen to cricket matches on the radio as a child, and always dreamt of playing the sport though I knew it was not possible,” says cricketer Abdul Razzaq.
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Three teams; three teams who won, and won with grit and grace and such passion; three teams with new faces and old faces, innovation and inspired captaincy, who played cricket with the joy and energy the great game both creates and deserves; three teams who had gone through tough times, and yet, when the test . . . → Read More: Making foreign soil your own
Winter solstice is a busy time of year for a Wiccan priestess — especially now, when solstice traditions (observed even in ancient times) are hot once more.
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SYDNEY: Australia’s cricketers were Tuesday damned by the press as the “lowest of the low” after a disastrous loss to New Zealand and branded a team in crisis ahead of a Test series against world number two India.
. . . → Read More: Aussies at their lowest point ever