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  • Moin Khan on the 1992 World Cup

    25 years ago, on March 25th 1992, the Pakistan cricket team won the World Cup - the wicket keeper at the time - Moin Khan, reminisces about that great day in Pakistan cricketing history...

  • Gutsy Sarfraz should be named skipper until 2019 World Cup: Moin Khan

    KARACHI: Former captain and wicket-keeper Moin Khan on Friday put his weight behind Pakistan’s embattled skipper Sarfraz Ahmed and called on the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to give him a longer run as leader until the 2019 World Cup...

    Talking to Dawn on Friday, Moin said: “Sarfraz is someone who leads from the front and gives his hundred percent for his country on the field...

  • Long-term captaincy for Sarfraz will pre-empt dressing-room conflict: Moin Khan

    Legendary wicketkeeper Moin Khan on Thursday urged the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to give an extended tenure to current national team captain Sarfraz Ahmed in order to pre-empt potential dressing-room conflicts...

    Moin Khan, the head coach of Quetta Gladiators, discussed the issue on Thursday, asking the PCB to help command Sarfraz more respect in the dressing room by extending his captaincy until at least the 2019 World Cup...

  • Sarfraz should be named skipper till World Cup to ensure best results: Moin Khan

    KARACHI: Former Captain Moin Khan on Monday called on the Pakistan cricket authorities for giving Sarfraz Ahmed a long run as captain of Pakistan and said the wicketkeeper-batsman should be appointed skipper till the World Cup 2019 to ensure that he carries the best team combination to the mega event...

    Speaking to Dawn on Monday, Moin said: “Sarfraz is a fighter who has led the national team superbly in all the formats so ...

  • 12th Karachi Literature Festival begins, organisers remember Haseena Moin

    KARACHI: When the last iteration of the Karachi Literature Festival (KLF) took place in 2020, no one had an inkling that a year later words such as ‘online’ and ‘digital’ would be used by its organisers...

    On Friday, the three-day 12th Karachi Literature Festival began at the Beach Luxury Hotel but with the emphasis, by those who run it, that this time around it’s going to be online...

  • Nathan McCullum to join Gladiators as Nabi’s replacement: Moin

    DUBAI: Quetta Gladiators head coach Moin Khan said on Wednesday that Mohammad Nabi, who is leaving early for the Asia Cup T20, will be replaced by New Zealand all-rounder Nathan McCullum in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) being played in the UAE...

    “Nabi became a very important part of Quetta Gladiators as he bowled well in tough situations throughout so we’ll miss him badly,” Moin said...

  • Moin Akhtar, my father

    '" —Moin AkhtarSeptember 6, 1966: A young, skinny boy steps up onstage for the very first time to participate in a variety show amidst incessant heckling...

    So was the case with my father, Moin Akhtar...

  • In memoriam: Moin Akhtar — the legend lives on

    Today marks the fourth death anniversary of the multifaceted actor and comedian Moin Akhtar, whose roles still resonate deeply with people...

    Born on December 24, 1950 Moin Akhtar entered the entertainment industry in 1966 when his parody act of popular actor Muhammad Ali brought him into the limelight...

  • Moin not in PCB plans as new appointments finalised

    ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has finalised the names for top positions in team management as Mohsin Hasan Khan, Iqbal Qasim and Dean Jones are most likely to be given key roles but has revealed that Moin Khan is currently not in plans of the board...

    “Mohsin Hasan Khan was also keen in becoming the coach but the PCB had offered him the job of the chief selector,” he said...

  • Moin backs Sarfraz as Pakistan’s new one-day captain

    KARACHI: Former Pakistan captain and ex-chief selector Moin Khan has come out to bat in favour of country’s current T20 leader Sarfraz Ahmed as the next national one-day side skipper in place of the embattled Azhar Ali...

    Speaking to media here on Monday, Moin, the head coach of Pakistan Super League (PSL) franchise Quetta Gladiators, put his vote in favour of flamboyant Sarfraz...

  • Double standards mar spirit, competition at PSL: Moin

    FORMER national captain Moin Khan posed serious questions to the custodians of the HBL Pakistan Super League (PSL) when he said on Thursday if appropriate measures are not taken for the proper organisation of the competition, it may become a case of love, labour lost...

    Moin, head coach of twice PSL runners-up Quetta Gladiators, urged the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB to pay serious attention to a number of issues that have had marred...

  • Defeat is disappointing but Quetta was great overall: Moin

    LAHORE: Head coach of Quetta Gladiators Moin Khan, while expressing his disappointment over his team’s ouster from the HBL Pakistan Super League (PSL), said he was satisfied with the overall performance but expressed reservation over the below par umpiring standards in the event...

    Addressing a media conference after the Gladiators’ narrow one-run defeat against Peshawar Zalmi at the Gaddafi Stadium on Tuesday, Moin said: “There is...

  • Pakistan cricket can make rapid progress in Imran’s regime: Moin-ul-Atiq

    KARACHI: Citing Prime Minister Imran Khan’s phenomenal cricket record and his sincerity and deep insight into the game, former Pakistan cricketer and highly qualified psychologist Moin-ul-Atiq believes the country can expect rapid progress in the game with the World Cup-winning skipper at the helm of country’s affairs...

    Moreover, his strong decision-making capability and honest approach, particularly towards cricket, can surely help...

  • 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...

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