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  • How can Pakistan beat Australia in the upcoming Test series?

    New Zealand coach Mike Hesson believes that if Pakistan's seam bowlers can get the ball to swing, while batsmen continue taking runs, they may have a shot at beating Australia in the upcoming Test series, Cricket...

    "If (Pakistan) can get the ball swinging, from a seam attack I think they’ve got a good chance," Hesson said in Sydney on Thursday...

  • Waqar confident of beating England in upcoming UAE Test series

    Pakistan head coach Waqar Younis expressed confidence in the capability of his team to beat England in the upcoming three-match Test series taking place against the Three Lions in the United Arab Emirates...

    “We are focused on the Test series against England more than the Zimbabwe tour,” said the former Pakistan captain during an interview to a local TV channel...

  • Our newcomers to play key role in upcoming series: Sallu

    KARACHI: Former Test cricketer and chief selector Salahuddin Ahmed Sallu on Wednesday backed young Pakistan brigade to form the nucleus of the team and to put up an impressive show in the upcoming series against Zimbabwe, England and possibly India...

    In a statement to the media, Sallu said: “While we should not take the Zimbabweans lightly after they recently stunned the strong New Zealand side in a couple of games, I feel that our...

  • Ponting to assist Lehmann during upcoming T20 series

    Ricky Ponting will be an assistant coach during Australia's Twenty20 international series against England and New Zealand next month, Cricket Australia said on Tuesday...

    The former Australia captain will work under head coach Darren Lehmann, while Troy Cooley and Matthew Mott will help out during the series...

  • SL cricket board briefed about security in Karachi for upcoming series

    KARACHI: A delegation of Sri Lanka Cricket visited the Central Police Office on Wednesday and met Inspector General of Police Dr Kaleem Imam to discuss arrangements for security of the upcoming matches at the National Stadium Karachi...

    A five-member delegation of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), led by director international cricket operations Zakir Khan, was also present during the meeting...

  • Australia pay war ends, ensuring upcoming tours

    Australia's bruising and protracted cricket pay dispute was finally resolved on Thursday with the players and management agreeing on a new “in-principle” deal, ensuring upcoming series against Bangladesh, India and England can go ahead...

    The bad-tempered stand-off had been rumbling for months, rattling the game and badly straining the players' relationship with governing body Cricket Australia...

  • India bars Pakistan from participating in upcoming Pro Kabaddi League

    India has barred Pakistani players from taking part in the upcoming Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) in which players from 16 countries will participate, Hindustan Times reported...

    Indian Sports Minister Vijay Goel on Monday asserted that no players from Pakistan will be allowed to take part in the upcoming PKL "unless Pakistan gets rid of its terrorism," the Indian daily reported...

  • Karan Johar requests release of upcoming film in India starring Fawad Khan

    Karan Johar finally broke his silence over the controversy surrounding his upcoming film 'Ae Dil Hai Mushkil', that has been the subject of intense political debate after right wing groups called for imposing a ban on the film...

    The ban by the India's Cinema Owners and Exhibitors Association (COEA) applies to single screen cinemas in four states and is likely to affect the forthcoming release of movies “Ae Dil Hai Mushkil”, “Dear...

  • Ronaldinho expresses excitement about upcoming trip to Pakistan

    A week after announcing plans to visit Pakistan, renowned Brazilian footballer Ronaldinho on Wednesday took to Twitter to express his excitement about the trip and praise former Pakistan cricket team captain Shahid Afridi...

    Earlier in the week, Afridi had welcomed Ronaldinho's decision to visit Pakistan, saying "it is good to see more international sportsmen visiting my beloved country...

  • Pakistan 'hopeful' regarding upcoming FATF review, says FO spokesperson

    Foreign Office spokesperson Aisha Farooqui in her weekly briefing on Thursday said Pakistan is hopeful as regards to its upcoming status review by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), adding that "our international partners are standing with us...

    The FATF's next meeting will be held in Beijing later this month in which it will decide whether Pakistan will be removed from or remain on the FATF's grey list...

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