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  • Eye to eye, to another eye

    He bamboozled the music world with his language and hairdo-defying music video Eye to Eye not too long ago...

    Mind you, it has been reported that a movie is being made in Hollywood with the title Eye to Eye...

  • Ranveer Singh takes on Tahir Shah's 'Eye to Eye'

    However, who would have thought that he'd try to lip-sync the infamous Taher Shah ditty, 'Eye to Eye'?Also read: Interview: All eyes on Taher ShahHe dedicates the performance to Hrithik Roshan, who had sent the song to Ranveer as part of greetings for his birthday on July 8...

  • Model Town’s dark chapter: PAT seeks ‘an eye for an eye’

    LAHORE: Pakistan Awami Tehreek Chairman Dr Tahirul Qadri says Nawaz Sharif and his dynastic politics will be exterminated from the country and the Sharif family will not be able to take refuge anywhere except India...

    Dr Qadri was making a telephonic address (from Model Town) at PAT’s ‘Qisas march and sit-in’ at Charing Cross on The Mall, which was joined in by the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf and Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid workers in...

  • Eye for an eye for Iranian who blinded toddler

    It was the second time this year that Iran had carried out the strict eye-for-eye punishment that can be imposed for such crimes in the Islamic republic, the head of criminal affairs for the Tehran prosecutor’s office, Mohammad Shahriari, said...

  • Law experts don’t see eye to eye on PTI’s backtracking

    LAHORE: The PTI’s “change of heart” on caretaker set-ups both in Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has created quite a stir in legal circles who say the party cannot morally, if not legally, withdraw a name it agreed upon after proper consultation process...

    The PTI, which is ruling KP, had earlier backed out of the nomination of Manzoor Afridi as KP caretaker chief minister and on Wednesday it took a similar U-turn in Punjab where it...
  • Law experts don’t see eye to eye on PTI’s backtracking

    LAHORE: The PTI’s “change of heart” on caretaker set-ups both in Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has created quite a stir in legal circles who say the party cannot morally, if not legally, withdraw a name it agreed upon after proper consultation process...

    The PTI, which is ruling KP, had earlier backed out of the nomination of Manzoor Afridi as KP caretaker chief minister and on Wednesday it took a similar U-turn in Punjab where it...
  • Pakistan, Sri Lanka eye Test ranking boost

    A major shuffle in the International Cricket Council (ICC) rankings is likely as Pakistan and Sri Lanka go head-to-head in a three-Test series in Galle on Wednesday...

    In a tightly-packed middle-order of the ICC Test Championship, Pakistan trails third-ranked New Zealand by two points and is in sixth place (level on 97 points with India and England), while Sri Lanka is one point behind in seventh position...

  • First Test: Pakistan eye win as Shah strong, Misbah left on 99

    Yasir Shah ripped through the top order of the West Indies second innings in the final session of another long day to put Pakistan on course for victory at the end of the fourth day of the first Test at Sabina Park in Jamaica on Monday...

    After captain Misbah ul Haq became just the sixth batsman in Test history to be left stranded on 99 not out as Pakistan were dismissed for 407 in their first innings, the hosts, trailing by 121 runs,...

  • Second Test: Pakistan eye series-clinching win in Abu Dhabi

    Pakistan pressed West Indies hard for a series-clinching win in the second Test after setting a daunting 456-run target on the fourth day in Abu Dhabi on Monday...

    By close of play Pakistan had taken four wickets at 171 leaving the West Indies to bat out the fifth and final day on Tuesday or score a further 285 runs with six wickets intact for an unlikely win...

  • Sri Lanka eye handy lead in rain-hit India Test

    KOLKATA: Fifties from Lahiru Thirimanne and Angelo Mathews kept Sri Lanka firmly on course for a handy first-innings lead against India on day three of the rain-hit first Test on Saturday...

    The islanders, bidding for their first-ever Test victory on Indian soil, dismissed the hosts for 172 and closed on 165-4, as the rain stayed away after allowing only 32...

  • England, West Indies eye taking lead in second Test

    ST GEORGE’S (Grenada): The West Indies drop Sulieman Benn from their squad for the second Test against England, starting at the National Cricket Stadium here from Tuesday (today)...

    Benn was replaced by Shannon Gabriel, the right-arm seamer, in what is the only change to the team that drew the first Test of the three-match series in Antigua...

  • Sangakkara in limelight as Lankans eye Test revival against India

    The left-hander, Test cricket’s leading run-getter among those still playing, said looking at the young teams in Sri Lanka and his English county Surrey made him realise it was time to go...

    ”Sangakkara, who is fifth in the all-time scorers list headed by India’s Sachin Tendulkar, is head and shoulders above other current Test batsmen...

  • Kohli’s India eye NZ scalp in 500th Test

    KANPUR: Sachin Tendulkar and Kapil Dev will be among the icons celebrating India's 500th Test in Kanpur this week as Virat Kohli's team begin their quest to regain the top spot in the world rankings against a dangerous New Zealand...

    The match marks both the start of a three-Test series against the Black Caps and a packed programme of international cricket for India, who will also host England, Bangladesh and Australia later this...

  • India eye victory in Test shrouded by pollution, vomiting

    Sri Lanka coach Nic Pothas praised his team's perseverance on Tuesday against a formidable India despite severe pollution which made players from both sides vomit during the third Test in smog-bound New Delhi...

    No Test team has chased down 410 or more since 2003, when the West Indies defeated Australia after making 418 runs...

  • South Africa take full control, eye big win in Morkel’s final Test

    JOHANNESBURG: A heavily-strapped Morne Morkel made two breakthroughs as South Africa pushed for victory on the fourth day of the fourth Test against Australia here at the Wanderers Stadium on Monday...

    The tall Morkel, playing in his final Test before retirement, dismissed both opening batsmen in an impressive eight-over spell...

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