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  • ‘Amir likely to be included in Pakistan ‘A’ squad for England Lions series’

    Mohammad Amir may be back in Pakistan colours as early as next week after the board and team management agreed to induct the 23-year-old fast bowler in the ‘A’ team for its Twenty20 series against England Lions...

    And it emerged on Friday that the team management had already taken a decision to include Amir not just in the Pakistan 'A' side but also in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) draft list...

  • Sarfraz likely to lead ‘A’ team against Lions

    ISLAMABAD: The PCB on Tuesday said Test wicket-keeper Sarfraz Ahmed is likely to lead the Pakistan ‘A’ squad in the series against England Lions to be staged in the UAE this December...

    “If Sarfraz does not have any commitment with the national team in December, he will be tried as captain against England Lions,” a PCB official said...

  • Omar Associates, Lahore Lions in Veterans Cup final

    KARACHI: Omar Associates and Lahore Lions booked a date for the final of the 5th National Veterans Cup T20 Cricket Tournament by outplaying their respective rivals in the semi-finals played in Lahore on Saturday...

    In the other match, skipper Ghaffar Kazmi, with a fantastic all-round performance, played the lead role in guiding Lahore Lions to victory over Amar Cables...

  • Lahore Lions win National Veterans T20 final

    LAHORE: Lahore Lions won the 5th National T20 Veterans cricket tournament by beating last year’s champions Karachi Omar Associates by five wickets in the final played at the LCCA ground here on Sunday...

    For the Lahore Lions Javed Hayat took 2-35 and Kafayat Hussain, Imtiaz Shah and Muhammmad Javed took one wicket each for 30, 35 and 38 runs respectively...

  • Ishrat’s brace steers Lahore Lions to WHL title

    LAHORE: Goals from Ishrat Abbas helped Lahore Lions clinch the inaugural Pakistan Women’s Hockey League (WHL) title as they defeated Quetta Panthers 2-0 in the final at the National Hockey Stadium here on Wednesday...

    Lahore, who had scored the highest number of goals in the tournament without conceding a single one, were firm favourites to win the final...

  • Lahore Zoo to buy white lions

    LAHORE: The Lahore Zoo, for the first time, is going to buy a pair of white lions which are not available in any other zoo of the country...

    “A white lion fascinates people because of its colour and to add a pair of white lions to the animals at the zoo is all about this fascination factor,” Lahore Zoo Director Hassan Ali told Dawn...

  • 2014 World Cup: ‘Guardiola wanted to coach Brazil's national team’

    SAO PAULO: Pep Guardiola wanted to coach Brazil at last year's World Cup but local football officials were afraid that fans wouldn't like having a foreign coach in charge of the national team, Barcelona defender Daniel Alves said Tuesday...

    He revolutionized football, revolutionized a team, and we had the chance to have him with us,” Alves said...

  • New movies likely to pull crowds on Eid

    PESHAWAR: The movie buffs and music lovers are enthusiastic to enjoy three new Pashto movies, five telefilms and sound 10 music albums on Eidul Azha...

    He said that Pashto movies went through an able team of censor and never promoted vulgar scenes and substandard contents...

  • In Trump-era movies, the war will not be normalised

    For a much smaller cohort, that speculation invited another, admittedly less pressing subject for discussion: what will Trump Doctrine movies look like?Films about the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan could be roughly categorised in two categories...

    But what was left? In a post-Vietnam era when patriotic wholesomeness and unabashed jingoism could no longer be accepted at face value, Hollywood made movies that largely avoided explicit...

  • The Trump-era movies

    For a much smaller cohort, that speculation invited another, admittedly less pressing subject for discussion: what will Trump Doctrine movies look like?Films about the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan could be roughly divided into two categories: Fouled-Up-Beyond-All-Recognition absurdism and the Cult of the Operator...

    But what was left? In a post-Vietnam era when patriotic wholesomeness and unabashed jingoism could no longer be accepted...

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