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  • 1st century AD coins, arrowheads discovered

    TAXILA: The Federal Department of Archaeology has discovered coins and arrowheads dating back to the 1st century AD at the site of a Buddhist stupa that dates back to somewhere between 200 to 500 AD in Taxila...

    He said the preliminary study revealed that five coins belonged to the 1st century AD, while one to the 1st century BC...

  • Zimbabwe clinches historic 1st ODI series win over Sri Lanka

    Zimbabwe clinched its first one-day international series win against Sri Lanka after beating the hosts by three wickets in the decider to secure a 3-2 victory on Monday...

    Zimbabwe captain Graeme Cremer won the toss and sent Sri Lanka into bat, with his bowlers restricting the hosts to 203-8 in 50 overs
  • Edgbaston Test: England 297 all out against Pakistan at 1st day close

    BIRMINGHAM: Sohail Khan marked his return to Test cricket after a five-year absence with a maiden five-wicket haul as Pakistan dismissed England for 297 on Wednesday's first day of the third Test at Edgbaston...

    After Sohail sparked a top-order collapse, England, who lost the toss, were indebted to left-handers Gary Ballance (70) and Moeen Ali (63) for taking them to what could yet prove a challenging total
  • Khawaja, Burns named by Australia for 1st New Zealand Test

    SYDNEY: Batsmen Joe Burns and Usman Khawaja have been included in Australia's 12-man squad for the first Test against New Zealand, filling vacancies left by the retirements of captain Michael Clarke and opener Chris Rogers...

    Uncapped West Australia opener Cameron Bancroft had been widely expected to be picked for the opening role but the Australian selectors instead have chosen to recall Khawaja and Burns
  • 1st T20: Pakistan expect Amir to fire in New Zealand

    AUCKLAND: The eyes of the cricket world will be on Pakistan in New Zealand on Friday with Mohammad Amir set to make his international comeback after serving a jail term and five-year ban for spot-fixing...

    The 23-year-old is expected to be named in the starting lineup for the tour-opening T20 when Pakistan will pit their hostile bowling attack against a New Zealand unit brimming with form batsmen
  • 1st Test: Malik marks Test comeback in grand style

    ABU DHABI: Shoaib Malik hit a fighting hundred to cap an impressive return to Test cricket after five years as he led Pakistan's charge in the first Test against England in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday...

    Malik was unbeaten on 124 for his third Test hundred -- his first against England -- to guide Pakistan to 286-4 at close on the opening day at Sheikh Zayed Stadium
  • Obama to name Stonewall 1st national monument for gay rights

    WASHINGTON: New York's iconic Stonewall Inn, where the modern gay rights movement took root, will become the first national monument honoring the history of gays and lesbians in the US under a proposal President Barack Obama is preparing to approve...

    Designating the small swath of land will mark a major act of national recognition for gay rights advocates and their struggles over the last half-century
  • 1st ODI: Azhar-led Pakistan look to end NZ domination in longer format

    Martin Guptill, the highest run maker in ODIs in 2015 took the responsibility to thrash opponents right from the start while southpaw Colin Munro has established himself as New Zealand’s lethal weapon at number three...

    Although one-day cricket is a different story from T20s — it is the never-ending form that has kept New Zealand on winning ways since early 2015...

  • 1st ODI: NZ down Pakistan by 70 runs, Amir takes three on return

    WELLINGTON: New Zealand pacemen Trent Boult and Grant Elliott shared seven wickets as the hosts bundled out Pakistan for 210 to win the first one-day international at the pacy Basin Reserve by 70 runs on Monday...

    Elliott did the early damage while Boult, the world's top-ranked ODI bowler, ran through Pakistan's lower order as the touring side were shot out in 46 overs, chasing a target of 281 in the first of the three-match series
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