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  • KPT, PTV score two-day victories

    KARACHI: Karachi Port Trust (KPT) and Pakistan Television (PTV) both registered fabulous two-day victories in their second-round Patron’s Trophy Grade-II Cricket Tournament fixtures on Friday...

    After building a first-innings lead of 125 by taking their Thursday’s score of 160-5 to 279 with Faisal Khan playing a magnificent unbeaten knock of 142 (off 207 balls, 16 boundaries and one six), KPT dismissed Pak Saudi for 144 inside 43...

  • Bangladesh post highest score against India

    DHAKA: Tamim Iqbal, Soumya Sarkar and Shakib Al Hasan each hit a fifty as Bangladesh posted their highest score against India in the first One-day International of a three-match series in Dhaka on Thursday...

    Tamim made 60 runs while Sarkar and Shakib added 54 and 52 respectively steering Bangladesh to 307 all out, surpassing their previous highest score of 296-6 against the former world champions...

  • Teachers’ Day standing card

    Teachers’ Day is around the corner and if you want to present something worth remembering to your teacher, here is a standing card that can be placed anywhere...

    Glue stickGlue tubeThree coloured papers of any colourOne piece of 10-inch long and 5-inch width hard paperScissorsPencilAny coloured stringMarkers, paint colours (optional)Paste a paper of any colour of your choice on the piece of hard paper this is the inside of your card,...

  • Show Card annexes Independence Day Cup

    LAHORE: In a superlative performance, Bay colt Show Card, landed the Independence Day Cup run over 1000 metres marking the Independence Day celebrations during the Lahore Winter Meeting at the Racecourse here on Sunday...

    As he took the flying start for a moment it looked as bay filly Face Book’s momentum of speed would carry her pass the leader but Show Card showed electric strides to swallow up the ground in the final turn to beat...

  • 'One manifesto, one symbol, one party': MQM, PSP announce plans for 2018 elections

    The leaders of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) and the Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) set aside their bitter rivalry on Wednesday to announce that they were gearing up for the eventual consolidation of their political forces and that they would contest the 2018 general elections under "one name, one manifesto, one symbol and one party...

    ""The modalities of this alliance will be decided in the days to come," MQM Pakistan chief Dr Farooq...

  • Younus, Azhar score tons as Pakistan post 323

    DHAKA: Younis Khan and Azhar Ali hit centuries as Pakistan capitalised on Bangladesh's misfortune to post a commanding 323 for three on the opening day of the second and final Test on Wednesday...

    Both batsmen were lucky to reach three figures after being reprieved by no-balls even as Bangladesh struggled to overcome the loss of strike bowler Shahadat Hossain in the day's first over...

  • Pakistan score consolation win over Sri Lanka

    DHAKA: Pakistan put their disappointment at not making the Asia Cup final behind them in Dhaka on Friday, with a consolation six-wicket win against Sri Lanka in their final match...

    Pakistan’s top-order batsmen finally hit some form to help the side reach 151-4 in 19...

  • Shehzad, Azhar score gritty fifties as Pakistan chop deficit

    COLOMBO: Gritty half-centuries from Ahmed Shehzad and Azhar Ali steered Pakistan to 171 for two against Sri Lanka when bad light ended the third day of the second Test on Saturday...

    Veteran Younis Khan was on 23 not out at the close as Pakistan trailed Sri Lanka by six runs with eight wickets in hand at the P Sara Oval...

  • Hafeez misses century as Pakistan score 173-2

    ABU DHABI: Opener Mohammad Hafeez missed a hundred by just two runs as Pakistan reached 173-2 on the opening day of the first Test against England in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday...

    Hafeez and Malik, unbeaten on 72 at tea, added 168 for the second wicket to bolster Pakistan's innings after Misbah-ul-Haq won the toss and decided to bat...

  • New data leak hits India’s national ID card database

    NEW DELHI: India’s biometric ID programme, Aadhaar, has been hit by another major security lapse, allowing access to private information, business technology news website ZDNet reported on Saturday...

    Vikas Shukla, spokesman for the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI), which runs the Aadhaar programme, said the agency would issue a statement later on Saturday...

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