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  • How was there time for a political ceremony in a rain-reduced game?

    For most of this time they sat back in the last row of seats as the interior and foreign ministers exchanged verbal blows with cross border contemporaries in the ring...

    The ICC did eventually intervene to force the hand of the Indian government by shifting the India-Pakistan game to Kolkata though the Indian government may claim they took the initiative...

  • Pakistan face India in crucial Asia Cup game today

    LAHORE: Pakistan take on arch-rivals India in their last pool match at the Asia Cup hockey tournament at Dhaka’s Maulana Bhashani National Hockey Stadium on Sunday...

    India, leading the pool ‘A’, are already through to the super four round after recording two successive wins that gave them six points...

  • The numbers game: State of sports marketing in Pakistan, India

    KOLKATA: Pakistan has trailed its eastern neighbour in corporatising sports and roping in sponsors, says a top sports marketer in the country who blames its various federations and the government in equal measure for this...

    “Sponsorship in sports is still a far cry in Pakistan,” rues Naveed Haider Khan, marketing consultant to Pakistan Football Federation (PFF), which has had some success in hosting foreign teams in recent times... ...

  • Pakistan players need to enjoy India game: Moin-ul-Atiq

    KARACHI: “Pakistan players should not over-burden themselves with the thought of facing arch-rivals India in Sunday’s game or from what happened last Wednesday, but should just go out there and enjoy a game of cricket which is played between two teams...

    ”This was stated by the country’s most qualified cricket psychologist Moin-ul-Atiq here on Saturday on the eve of the Pakistan-India Super Four clash...

  • More than just a game: India face Pakistan in World Cup battle royale

    Virat Kohli will have history on his side when India take on arch-rivals Pakistan in a World Cup blockbuster on Sunday — a clash that is always more than just a game of cricket...

    Pakistan toured India in 2012/13 for a series of one-day internationals and Twenty20 matches but they have not faced each other outside of a multi-nation tournament since...

  • More than a game: World Cup set for India-Pakistan blockbuster

    The eyes of more than a billion television viewers around the globe will turn to Manchester when arch-rivals India and Pakistan meet on Sunday (today) in the most highly-anticipated group match of the World Cup...

    "India v Pakistan is always a big game — it's like the final before the final," said chief selector Inzamam-ul-Haq...

  • Azhar says India clash 'just another game'

    Pakistan's batsman Azhar Ali has insisted his side will treat their Champions Trophy opener against title-holders India in Birmingham on Sunday as “just another game”...

    For all the anticipation surrounding their latest clash, Azhar told reporters at Edgbaston on Wednesday: “It's just another game...

  • Asif tells India to end blame game

    SIALKOT: Federal Defence Minister Khwaja Muhammad Asif has asked India to end blame game and come forward with a fresh mind for peace talks...

    Talking to reporters and party workers at the PML-N House here on Sunday, he said the old blame game had been started against Pakistan after movements of separation were growing rapidly in India...

  • Pandya counter-attack keeps India in the game

    Hardik Pandya went on a thrilling counter-attack to halt South Africa's progress on the second day of the first Test against India at Newlands on Saturday...

    Thanks largely to Pandya, who made 81 not out off 68 balls, India were 185 for seven at tea in reply to South Africa's first innings of 286...

  • NZ should consider changes for India game: Hesson

    WELLINGTON: New Zealand should consider bringing Henry Nicholls back to strengthen the batting line-up and play Tim Southee and leg-spinner Ish Sodhi against India in their next World Cup match, former head coach Mike Hesson believes...

    ”While New Zealand’s bowlers have set the platform for their three victories by restricting Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Afghanistan to below-par scores, Hesson said India would put pressure on the...

  • Dhawan injury in focus ahead of India-NZ game

    NOTTINGHAM: India on Tuesday put Shikhar Dhawan under observation over a hand injury that could sideline the batsman for at least two weeks at the World Cup...

    Dhawan led India to their second win of the 50-over tournament with his 117 against holders Australia on Sunday, but the opener took a hit near the thumb during the innings and didn’t come out to field at The Oval...

  • Imamul Haq expects 'huge-pressure game' against India

    Imamul Haq said this weekend's “huge-pressure” World Cup game against arch-rivals India was a must-win clash for his side after their defeat by Australia...

    Wednesday's 41-run loss to the reigning champions in Taunton left Pakistan eighth in the 10-team table and with plenty to do if they are to qualify for the top four, who will contest the semi-finals...

  • West Indies in must-win World Cup game vs unbeaten India

    Jason Holder and his West Indies lineup need to beat two-time champions India at Old Trafford today to keep alive a slim chance of reaching the Cricket World Cup semifinals...

    Unbeaten India is coming off an 11-run win over Afghanistan and is unlikely to be caught off guard again after that surprisingly narrow result, and after recent losses for England and New Zealand which have changed the momentum of the tournament...

  • India launches air combat game featuring Abhinandan

    NEW DELHI: The Indian Air Force on Wednesday launched an air-combat mobile game featuring a character resembling its pilot shot down and captured by Pakistan during recent heightened tensions between the nuclear arch-rivals...

    The character, who looks like handlebar-moustached wing commander Abhinandan Varthaman, can be seen at the start of the single player game’s teaser trailer released by the air force on Twitter...

  • Blame game as wheels come off India’s auto sector

    NEW DELHI: When India’s Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman claimed that a preference by millennials for ride-hailing apps was contributing to a painful slump in car sales, it sparked an online backlash from furious youngsters...

    3 billion people, India is the world’s fourth-largest car market and one where owning a vehicle is as much a status symbol as a means of transport...

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