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    High Flying Pigeons In Hyderabad

  • SOCIETY: BETTING ON PIGEONS

    The issue was pigeons...

    His uncle, his brothers and he have a couple of dozen pigeons between them in Khairo Dero — a farming village, 25 kilometres from the city of Larkana, where they all live...

  • 2,000 LED-tagged pigeons stage show in NYC sky

    NEW YORK: New York is staging a show with 2,000 pigeons tagged with LED lights illuminating the city’s night sky...

    Spectators lined a grandstand on land, surrounded by taped sounds of birds cooing and flapping their wings as the pigeons perched atop the warship, waiting for the sky to darken...

  • Crisis-hit Parma floor high-flying Juve

    MILAN: Bankrupt, bottom-of-the-table Parma, whose players have not been paid all season, pulled off the biggest surprise of the season when they stunned runaway Serie A leaders Juventus 1-0 to hand the champions only their second defeat of the campaign...

    Days before hosting Monaco in the first leg of their Champions League quarter-final, Juventus coach Massim­i­liano Allegri rested a number of regulars for the trip to a packed out...
  • Flying high

    Fawad Khan has earned such a formidable reputation in Bollywood that it does not surprise any of his fans anymore to know that he has bagged another big banner film...

    The actor will be been in a film produced by Salman Khan in which he plays the role of a musician
  • England eye ODI revival against high-flying Kiwis

    BIRMINGHAM: England, not for the first time, will try to re-launch themselves as a One-day International cricket side when they face World Cup finalists New Zealand in the first of a five-match series at Edgbaston on Tuesday...

    Since they made the third of three losing World Cup final appearances back in 1992, England have struggled to keep up with changes in the 50-over game
  • Arthur wants Pakistan to go flat out against high-flying England

    CARDIFF: Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur has insisted his side will not settle for simply reaching the Champions Trophy semi-final against England as he urged them to go ‘one step further’...

    Arthur’s men were the lowest-ranked side when this tournament featuring the world’s top eight One-day International (ODI) teams got underway
  • High-flying White Ferns face winless Pakistan today

    TAUNTON: A big win over the West Indies pushed New Zealand back into the top four after four games at the ICC Women’s World Cup but skipper Suzie Bates knows that every game is crucial ahead of Saturday’s clash with the winless Pakistan side in Taunton...

    The White Ferns responded to the defeat against Australia in the best possible fashion here on Thursday, hammering the West Indies by eight wickets and chasing down a target of 151 in...
  • High-flying K-Electric to play in Bangladesh football tournament

    KARACHI: Following their exploits at the AFC Cup Playoff Qualifiers last week, K-Electric are breaking new ground...

    The Pakistan Premier Football League (PPFL) champions won Group ‘A’ of the playoff qualifiers of Asia’s second-tier club competition last week in Thimpu and are now looking at becoming the first side from the country to reach next year’s tournament
  • Conte’s high-flying Chelsea face tough test at City

    LONDON: Chelsea’s renaissance under Antonio Conte comes under renewed scrutiny when the Premier League leaders visit Manchester City this weekend on the back of a seven-match winning streak...

    Only one point separates the two sides with Chelsea on 31 and City on 30 but Conte’s impact at Stamford Bridge appears greater than his City counterpart Pep Guardiola’s at the Etihad
  • Cricket world lauds high-flying Abbas

    ABU DHABI: Pakistan’s newest wicket hunter Mohammad Abbas was showered with praise on Saturday after rocking Australia with 17 wickets in the two Tests in Abu Dhabi...

    The 28-year-old right-arm pacer took his maiden ten-wicket haul, with 10-95 (5-33 and 5-62) in the second match for Pakistan’s biggest win of 373 runs in all Test cricket on Friday
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