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  • Flower wants Pakistan fans to see their heroes in action at home

    LEEDS: Andy Flower, coach of the ICC World XI team, is looking forward to being involved in a series that enables Pakistan fans to “see their heroes” after years of being “starved” of international cricket, he told AFP on Friday...

    The former Zimbabwe batsman and ex-England coach was named on Thursday as the man who will oversee a World XI that will play three T20 Internationals in Lahore next month in a bid to revive international...

  • Babar blitz helps Pakistan see off World XI

    LAHORE: Babar Azam led an inspired Pakistan side to a 20-run victory in the opening match of the Independence Cup against a star-studded World XI side here on Tuesday...

    The batsman lit up the Gaddafi Stadium with a brilliant 86 to help Pakistan amass 197-5 in the Twenty20 International before the hosts restricted World XI to 177-7...

  • Health costs see sharp increase in Pakistan

    The Inflation Monitor for October issued recently by the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) showed prices of medicines recorded the highest increase among all non-food contributors to headline inflation...

    In addition to local production, Pakistan also imports pharmaceutical products on a large scale...

  • Current Indian leadership not happy to see Pakistan prosper: Nisar

    ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan on Tuesday said India’s reaction to the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project was clear proof that the Indian leadership was not happy to see Pakistan prosper...

    Coupled with a recent statement from the defence minister of India ? who blatantly and unashamedly accepted responsibility for terrorism in Pakistan ? the latest statement of intent by the Indian prime minister...

  • Stokes and Bairstow see off Pakistan in 4th ODI

    LEEDS: Ben Stokes and Jonny Bairstow both made fifties as England beat Pakistan by four wickets in the fourth One-day International at Headingley on Thursday (partly reported in Friday’s edition)...

    Neither batsman was in at the finish of this day/night fixture, with Moeen Ali (45 not out) hitting Pakistan captain Azhar Ali for six to win the match with 12 balls to spare...

  • I can see Pakistan rise once more

    After years of despair, I feel optimistic, even bullish, about Pakistan...

    It pains me to see that a cultural shift is taking place where even the intellectuals are hesitant to express their opinions...

  • Will Pakistan see another Jahangir Khan?

    Yet another year has passed with no success in the sport which Pakistan once dominated for nearly fifty years: squash...

    “Both Nasir and Farhan are blessed ones as they have been getting a huge financial and technical support from Pakistan Squash Federation (PSF)...

  • Trump hopes to see better US-Pakistan ties in future: envoy

    US President-elect Donald Trump has expressed the hope that bilateral ties between the United States and Pakistan will improve in the future, Radio Pakistan quoted Pakistan's Ambassador to US Jalil Abbas Jilani as saying on Friday...

    The envoy said Trump told him he wanted to see better US-Pakistan relations in the future at a dinner he [Trump] hosted for foreign ambassadors...

  • Will Pakistan see its own Trump?

    THE rise of xenophobic populism across the world has made some wonder if a similar surge will hit Pakistan as well...

    Will Pakistan see its own variant of the movements that have placed Trump, Le Pen, Modi, Erdogan, and Duterte in positions of political prominence?To answer this question, it’s useful to put together a hypothetical blueprint of what contemporary populism would look like in 21st-century Pakistan...

  • We see Pakistan as 'a terrorist state': India replies to Nawaz's UNGA address

    NEW YORK: India, exercising its Right of Reply to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's United Nations General Assembly (UN) address, levelled serious allegations against Pakistan in its rebuttal, terming it a 'terrorist state', which Pakistan in a reply to India strongly rejected...

    Nawaz Sharif had in his speech maintained that Pakistan wants peace with India but it is "not possible without resolving the Kashmir issue"...

  • Aleem double helps Pakistan see off Japan

    KUANTAN (Malaysia): Defending champions Pakistan rode on two penalty corner goals from Mohammad Aleem Bilal to survive a scare and prevail 4-3 over Japan in the fourth Asian Champions Trophy hockey here on Tuesday...

    Japan are still without a point from four outings in the round-robin league, but were pressing for an equaliser when the rain-disrupted encounter against Pakistan came to an end...

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