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  • Market share of inverter ACs surges to 70pc

    KARACHI: The market share of inverter air conditioners (ACs) has jumped this year on the back of competitive prices and the fact that people tend to conserve energy more...

    “People have now become more aware about the benefits of inverter technology,” he believed...

  • Ton-up Sabbir leads BCB XI to stunning win over Pakistan

    FATULLAH (Bangladesh): A brilliant Sabbir Rahman century guided the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) XI to a thrilling one-wicket victory over the visiting Pakistan in the one-day practice match in Fatullah on Wednesday...

    Earlier, Pakistan elected to bat first after new ODO captain Azhar Ali had won the toss, and posted a challenging total of 268-9 in the stipulated 50 overs...

  • First ODI: Ton-up Babar helps Pakistan ease past Sri Lanka

    Babar Azam scored an impressive hundred while Shoaib Malik smashed a quickfire half-century to help Pakistan thump Sri Lanka by 83 runs in the first one-day international in Dubai on Friday...

    Azam compiled a well-made 103 from 131 deliveries, while Malik's 81 came off only 61 balls in Pakistan's total of 292-6, before pacemen Hasan Ali (3-36) and Rumman Raees (3-49) restricted Sri Lanka to 209-8 from their 50 overs...

  • Ton-up Hafeez puts Pakistan in control

    KHULNA: Opener Mohammad Hafeez hit an unbeaten century as Pakistan reached 227 for one in reply to Bangladesh's 332 at stumps on the second day of the first Test in Khulna on Wednesday...

    Hafeez made 137 not out, his eighth Test hundred and the third in his last four innings, after Pakistan had ended Bangladesh's hopes of posting a mammoth first innings total...

  • Hafeez ton gives Pakistan control after BD collapse

    KHULNA: Opener Mohammad Hafeez led Pakistan’s strong reply with his third hundred in as many Tests after Bangladesh lost their last five wickets for 27 runs on the second day of the first Test at Khulna on Wednesday...

    Hafeez remained unbeaten on 137 with Pakistan reaching 227 for one in their first innings at stumps after Bangladesh were all out for 332 at the Sheikh Abu Naser Stadium...

  • Hafeez's maiden double ton puts Pakistan in commanding position

    KHULNA: Mohammad Hafeez struck his maiden Test double hundred as Pakistan feasted on Bangladesh's limited bowling resources to post a commanding 537 for five wickets on day three and take charge of the opening Test at Khulna on Thursday...

    Hafeez struck 224 off 332 balls as Pakistan, resuming on 227/1 in reply to Bangladesh's first innings total of 332, wiped out the deficit by lunch before stretching lead with five of their top seven...

  • Ton-up Babar lifts Pakistan to fighting total

    ABU DHABI: Babar Azam scored a second successive century to lift Pakistan to 219 for 9 in the second One-day Interna­tional against Sri Lanka in Abu Dhabi on Monday...

    The 23-year-old right-hander made a fighting 133-ball 101 and added an invaluable 109 runs in a crucial seventh-wicket stand with Shadab Khan (52 not out) after Pakistan were struggling at 101 for 6 on a sluggish Sheikh Zayed Stadium pitch...

  • Tharanga’s ton in vain as Pakistan go 2-0 up

    ABU DHABI: Despite skipper Upul Tharanga becoming the first Sri Lankan to carry his bat in One-day Internationals, Pakistan secured a 2-0 lead in the five-match series with a 32-run victory on Monday night (partly reported in Tuesday’s edition)...

    After Babar Azam hit a second successive century Pakistan bowlers, led by Shadab Khan, restricted Sri Lanka to 187 all out in 48 overs on a sluggish Sheikh Zayed Stadium pitch...

  • All-round Aamir upstages dazzling Umar ton in Pakistan Cup opener

    KARACHI: A brilliant all-round display from Aamir Yamin inspired Balochistan to a four-wicket over Punjab after fellow Pakistan discard Umar Amin struck a dazzling career-best 156 in the Cool & Cool Pakistan Cup opener in Rawalpindi on Sunday...

    Agha Salman, an upcoming all-rounder, ended the game in style by hoisting Pakistan left-arm paceman Junaid Khan for a six to finish 26 off 21 balls...

  • Ton-up Tamim makes Pakistan wilt in Champions Trophy warm-up

    BIRMINGHAM: Opener Tamim Iqbal led a Bangladesh batting feast with a century as the new ICC one-day sixth-ranked nation amassed 341-9 in their Champions Trophy warm-up fixture against Pakistan at Edgbaston on Saturday...

    After Mashrafe Mortaza won the toss, the Bangladesh batsmen put the Pakistan bowlers to the sword...

  • Ton-up Chase, Holder give West Indies edge in second Pakistan Test

    Roston Chase's second Test hundred and fine support from captain Jason Holder in a record unbroken partnership lifted the West Indies to 286 for six at stumps on the opening day of the second Test against Pakistan at Kensington Oval on Sunday...

    Even if he lived a bit dangerously, the skipper also played positively and will resume on the second day alongside Chase on 58, their partnership so far worth 132 runs and establishing a new...

  • Umair’s ton in vain as WI stun Pakistan to reach semis

    FATULLAH: Umair Masood smashed a fighting century but his grand effort went in van as West Indies stunned Pakistan by five wickets to storm into the semi-finals of the ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup on Monday...

    After Pakistan recovered from 57-5 to post 226-6 with Umair contributing a brilliant 113, West Indies romped home with 10 overs to spare while losing five wickets at the Khan Shaheb Osman Ali Stadium to set up a last-four date...

  • Pakistan thump England courtesy Hafeez ton

    ABU DHABI: Mohammad Hafeez hit a sparkling century to help Pakistan beat England by six wickets in the first day-night international at Abu Dhabi on Wednesday, taking a 1-0 lead in the four-match series...

    The 35-year-old finished with an unbeaten 130-ball 102 to steer Pakistan to the modest target of 217 in 43...

  • World T20: Sharjeel in contention for Pakistan spot after blistering ton in PSL

    Opener Sharjeel Khan is on the verge of making a last minute entry into the Pakistan squad for the upcoming Asia Cup and World T20 after smashing a blistering 117 off 62 balls for Islamabad United in the third Qualifying Final of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) on Sunday...

    The left-hander also wrote his name in the history books by becoming the first centurion in the PSL and perhaps nudged Pakistan World Twenty20 captain Shahid...

  • Ton-up Salman, Asif confirm Pakistan goal

    HYDERABAD: On a day when fellow spot-fixing convict Mohammad Amir left for New Zealand with the Pakistan team, his two accomplices Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif made stirring returns to domestic action and vowed to knock on the national team’s selection door...

    Salman and Asif, along with Amir, were banned by the International Cricket Council (ICC) for bowling deliberate no-balls in return for money during the Lord’s Test against...

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