Indian business leaders have criticised plans to make visitors pay a £3,000 “security bond”to enter the UK.
The idea,to be piloted from November,is aimed at deterring people from “high risk”countries staying in the UK once their short-term visas expire.
Under the plan,they would forfeit the money unless they left when . . . →Read More:Bond…£3000 security bond for dark skinned visitors
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.
. . . →Read More:Blind cricket team:They deserve praise,not pity
Malaysia beat three-time champions Pakistan in the final to clinch their first junior Asia Cup title in 20 years in Malacca,Malaysia.
Faisal Saari and Mohd Sayyim Yusof scored for Malaysia while the Greenshirts pulled one back through Mohammad Irfan.
. . . →Read More:Pakistan loses to Malaysia in Junior Asia Cup
Mohsin Khan, the interim Pakistan coach,has revealed that Misbah-ul-Haq feels a sense of insecurity over his captaincy,despite the team performing well over the past year.
. . . →Read More:Despite the team’s outstanding performance,Misbah feels vulnerable
Pakistani politician and former cricket captain Imran Khan talked to NDTV about his new book,his very public divorce,and what he feels about sometimes being referred to as “Taliban Khan.”
Barkha:What struck me as really interesting going through your book which is called ‘Personal History’,is that it reads much more like a . . . →Read More:Interview with Imran Khan:On his marriage,religion and politics
Sri Lanka are scheduled to tour Pakistan in October this year under the Future Tests Programme
Pakistan’s cricketing isolation could end in October if Sri Lanka,who were targeted in a deadly terror attack in Lahore two years ago,agree to tour the troubled country.
Sri Lankan officials said Wednesday they were . . . →Read More:Sri Lanka eye return to Pakistan
A top official of the International Cricket Council (ICC) said on Friday that the Pakistan authorities have to convince the international community if they aspire to see top-class cricket make a return to the country.
Dave Richardson,the ICC general manager for cricket,told a media gathering at the National Stadium that it was matter . . . →Read More:World cricket community needs to be convinced for tours