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  • Pakistan cricket team reaches Dhaka

    DHAKA: Pakistan cricket team, which reached Dhaka on Monday afternoon, was accorded a warm welcome by the Bangladesh government and cricket board officials...

    The ODI squad led by Azhar Ali was seen all smiles as they came out of the Shahjalal International Airport Dhaka...

  • Pakistan off to Dhaka for hockey Asia Cup

    KARACHI: Three-time world champions Pakistan hockey team will fly to Dhaka on Sunday morning to compete in the Asia Cup for men’s which runs from Oct 11 to 22...

    Pakistan takes on host Bangladesh in the first match on the opening day before they face Japan on Oct 13 while their high-octane clash against arch-rivals India is slated for Oct 15...

  • Dominant Pakistan take charge of Dhaka Test

    DHAKA: Azhar Ali smashed a career-best 226 and Asad Shafiq made 107 before the bowlers rattled Bangladesh’s top order to leave Pakistan on top in the second and final Test in Dhaka on Thursday...

    The pair put on 207 for the fifth wicket as Pakistan posted 557 for eight before declaring their first innings during the tea interval at the Sher-e-Bangla stadium...

  • Pakistan push for win in Dhaka Test

    DHAKA: Pakistan set Bangladesh an improbable victory target of 550 runs and claimed the wicket of opener Imrul Kayes to inch closer to a series-clinching win in the second and final Test on Friday...

    Pakistan decided to bat instead and declared their second innings on 195 for six for an overall lead of 549 runs...

  • Pakistan must win Dhaka Test to retain third position

    KARACHI: Third-ranked Pakistan must beat Bangladesh in the second and final Test starting in Dhaka on Wednesday to retain their Test ranking, the Interna­tional Cricket Council (ICC) announced on Monday...

    Should Pakistan succeed in doing so, Misbah-ul-Haq’s side will fall to 102 points but will be ranked above England when the ratings are calculated beyond the decimal point...

  • Bangladesh to ‘go for the kill’ against Pakistan in Dhaka Test

    DHAKA: Bangladesh hope to build on their new-found confidence by securing their first-ever Test victory over Pakistan when the second and final match starts in Dhaka on Wednesday...

    The Tigers are buoyed by a remarkable fightback in the drawn first Test in Khulna where they avoided defeat for the first time in nine matches against Pakistan despite trailing by 296 runs on the first innings...

  • England down Pakistan in Dhaka

    DHAKA: Pakistan’s march in the five-nation ICRC Physically Disabilities Cricket Tournament suffered a setback on Sunday when England sealed a close eight-run win at the BKSP Ground No 4...

    In reply, Pakistan finished at 148-9 despite Rehan Ghani Mirza striking a brilliant half century...

  • Pakistan’s disabled cricketers to compete in 5-nation event at Dhaka

    KARACHI: Former Pakistan captain Rashid Latif has called upon the International Cricket Council (ICC) to launch a Cricket World Cup for disabled cricketers...

    Speaking at a news conference here at the National Stadium on Wednesday in connection with Pakistan team’s participation in the five-nation Disable Cricket Tournament being held in Dhakka (Bangladesh) next month, Rashid said cricket is getting very popular among the disabled...

  • Pakistan 'deeply saddened' over Dhaka's execution of Jamaat leader Mir Quasem Ali

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan is "deeply saddened" over Bangladesh's execution of wealthy tycoon and top Jamaat-e-Islami financier Mir Quasem Ali for "alleged crimes committed before December 1971 through a flawed judicial process", Foreign Office (FO) Spokesman Nafees Zakaria said on Sunday...

    "Pakistan believes that matters should be addressed with a forward-looking approach in the noble spirit of reconciliation," he said, adding that...

  • Pakistan rejects allegations of involvement in Dhaka attack

    ISLAMABAD: The Foreign Office (FO) on Monday strongly rejected Indian media reports alleging Pakistan's involvement in the recent Dhaka attack in which 20 foreigners were killed...

    A section of India media had reported that Bangladesh Information Minister Hasanul Haq and Adviser to Bangladesh Prime Minister Gowher Rizvi blamed Pakistan and its intelligence agency Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) for the attacks...

  • Pakistan disabled team leaves for Dhaka today

    KARACHI: A 24-member Pakistan squad, led by Hasnain Alam, will leave for Dhaka on Monday to compete in the Five-nation ICRC International Cricket Tournament for People with Physical Disabilities starting from Wednesday...

    Pakistan will begin their campaign with a round-robin game against Afghanistan on Thursday at the BKSP Ground...

  • Four held over murder of Italian aid worker in Dhaka

    DHAKA: Bangladesh made its first arrests over an Italian aid worker’s murder as authorities insisted on Monday the killing was a plot by government opponents to trigger anarchy and not the work of the self-styled Islamic State...

    The killing near Dhaka’s diplomatic zone was the first of a series of attacks to be claimed by IS and was followed days later by the gunning down of a Japanese farmer in northern Bangladesh...

  • Owner of Dhaka plaza, 40 others charged with murder

    DHAKA: Bangladeshi police on Monday charged 41 people including the owner of the Rana Plaza factory complex with murder after the building collapsed killing more than 1,100 people in 2013...

    A court in Dhaka formally accepted charges against Sohel Rana, 35, and the others in connection with the country’s worst ever industrial disaster...

  • Tense ties with Dhaka

    Pakistan and Bangladesh, having achieved independence as a single entity, were broken apart on Dec 16, 1971...

    Known in present-day Pakistan as the Fall of Dhaka, it is celebrated in Bangladesh as the culmination of the War of Liberation...

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