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  • Honda bikes selling on black market in Karachi

    KARACHI: Buyers of Honda bike models 70cc and 125cc are being asked for premiums by certain authorised dealers of Karachi for the last two and a half years despite record production by Atlas Honda Limited (AHL)...

    Some authorised showroom owners of Honda at Akbar Road have these bikes on display but are refusing buyers to sell these for cash on spot and are taking at least 15-30 days in delivery to the prospective buyers after...

  • Pakistan face rampant Black Caps in must-win T20 clash

    MOHALI: A resurgent New Zealand will be eyeing a semi-final berth when they take on a deflated Pakistan in a World Twenty20 group match here on Tuesday...

    Pakistan won their opener against Bangladesh comfortably but things have since gone downhill as they unravelled against the Indians on Saturday, sparking an angry backlash from fans back home...

  • Ton-up Munro fires up Black Caps in second T20

    RAJKOT: Opener Colin Munro hit a blazing century to power New Zealand to post 196 for two against India in their must-win second Twenty20 International in Rajkot on Saturday...

    Munro, who hit an unbeaten 58-ball 109, put on 105 runs for the opening wicket with Martin Guptill (45), to lay a solid foundation after the Kiwis elected to bat first
  • Proteas, Black Caps shootout for Test honours

    The Proteas can nudge up one place to sixth in the International Cricket Council (ICC) Test rankings if they win, while the Black Caps will remain fifth irrespective of the result...

    Centurion groundsman Rudolph du Preez had the advantage of planting winter grass much earlier than Durban, with work starting in April, almost immediately after the 2015-16 season...

  • Toe-catch gives Black Caps ODI series over Australia

    HAMILTON: A sensational off-the-toe catch by Matt Henry brought a fairytale end to Brendon McCullum’s ODI career when New Zealand beat Australia by 55 runs in Hamilton on Monday...

    The victory in a game that was in Australia’s favour until Henry’s dismissal of Mitchell Marsh saw McCullum end his limited overs career with a 2-1 series win over the world champions to retain the Chappell-Hadlee Trophy, which is played between the two...
  • Black Caps plan day-night Test against England

    Under the NZC schedule announced Friday, New Zealand in 2016-17 will host Pakistan (two Tests), Bangladesh (three One-Day Internationals, three T20s, two Tests), Australia (three ODIs) and South Africa (one T20, five ODIs, three Tests)...

    In 2017-18, they will host the West Indies (three Tests, five ODIs, one T20), Pakistan (three T20s, five ODIs), Australia (three ODIs) and England (one T20, five ODIs, two Tests)...

  • Black Caps get chance to avenge World Cup drubbing

    The Black Caps have just beaten Pakistan 2-0 in a three-match series, building on a 3-1 series win over Sri Lanka earlier in the summer...

    “It is going to be pretty exciting, and talking to people wherever we have been everyone is excited about the Australians coming,” he said after Sunday’s three-wicket win over Pakistan at Eden Park, the venue of the first game against Australia...

  • Black Caps World Cup stars miss Africa tour

    WELLINGTON: New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum is a among a clutch of World Cup stars omitted from the Black Caps' squad named Thursday for next month's limited-overs tour of Zimbabwe and South Africa...

    Hesson said the absence of big names should not prevent the Black Caps displaying the form that took them to the World Cup final, calling on other squad members to “step up”...

  • Latham, Munro shine as Black Caps whip BD

    CHRISTCHURCH: Career-best innings by Tom Latham and Colin Munro and a valuable bowling cameo by all-rounder James Neesham propelled New Zealand to a 77-run win over Bangladesh in the first One-day International on Monday and a 1-0 lead in the three-match series...

    Latham batted 47
  • Guptill, Latham punish Zimbabwe as Black Caps level series

    Chasing 236 to level the three-match series at Harare Sports Club, Guptill finished unbeaten on 116 while Latham was 110 not out as the Black Caps achieved the target with almost eight overs to spare...

    The pair were never troubled as they set a new record for an ODI partnership in Zimbabwe, eclipsing the 228 put on by Pakistan’s Imran Farhat and Mohammad Hafeez in 2011...

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