Hard work and perseverance at Pakistan’s women cricket team

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

Bollywood Movie to be released in Pakistan

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 be . . . → Read More: Bollywood Movie to be released in Pakistan

Pakistan Hockey team sets out to win Olympics

By Raheel Hanif

Pakistan start their genuine medal quest to appear on the medals table today (Saturday) when hockey team kicks off their Olympics campaign against Spain on the new-look blue turf today. Three times Olympic champions and four times world champions Pakistan have slumped at international level after poor planning and with talent becoming . . . → Read More: Pakistan Hockey team sets out to win Olympics

ICC World Twenty20 2012 Schedule

ICC World Twenty20 2012 Schedule was announced by International Cricket Council T20 World Cup 2012 international tournament to be organized by Sri Lanka. T20 World Cup 2012 will consist of 27 Twenty20 matches and it be hosted by Sri Lanka. All times given are Sri Lanka Standard Time (UTC+05:30).

 

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Blind cricket team: They deserve praise, not pity

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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Dutch man fathers 82 children, helping childless women

In a bid to help childless women become mothers, a 42-year-old Dutch man launched a free “baby making” service nine years ago.

The man had sex with 15 women every month, and has fathered 82 children so far.

Ed Houben stayed a virgin till the age of 34. He usually waits for women to come . . . → Read More: Dutch man fathers 82 children, helping childless women

Aussies at their lowest point ever

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.

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10 WORLD MOST BEAUTIFUL ROUTES TO TRAVEL!!!

10. Munnar Road, Kerala

This hill station is just like paradise on earth. Snow topped mountain hills, unique faunas and floras, and fogy cloudy whether will make your drive full of enjoyment and excitement.

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Wasim backs Afridi as Pakistan captain

Pakistan cricket legend Wasim Akram has backed all-rounder Shahid Afridi to lead the side in the World Cup and hit out at the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) for delaying the appointment. “Pakistan can be a dangerous team. No one can altogether write off Pakistan’s chances in the World Cup. They have the capability to do . . . → Read More: Wasim backs Afridi as Pakistan captain