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Pakistan’s quake-hit area jolted my massive aftershock

Several cities of Pakistan’s Sindh and Balochistan provinces were on Saturday hit by a massive aftershock measuring 6.8, 3 days after a 7.7 magnitude earthquake struck the region killed over 500 people.

Chargesheeted Rauf claims innocence in spot-fixing scandal

Tainted umpire Asad Rauf was Saturday chargesheeted by police in the Indian Premier League (IPL) spot-fixing case but the Pakistani official claimed innocence and said he has no link with bookies.

Pakistan arrests 58 Indian fishermen


Pakistan’s maritime security agency on Friday arrested 58 Indian fishermen after they allegedly strayed into the country’s territorial waters.

‘Pak should not force Kaneria to confess’

Former captain Rashid Latif on Saturday said Pakistan cricket authorities should not force leg-spinner Danish Kaneria to plead guilty to spot-fixing until he has exhausted all legal options available

Nine killed in gun attack outside Pak mosque


At least nine worshippers were killed and 20 others injured as unidentified gunmen opened fire outside a Sunni mosque in the Pakistani city of Quetta, a day after suicide bomber killed at least 38 people in the same city.

Sacked Hanif lashes out at PHF

Pakistan’s sacked hockey coach Hanif Khan is seething after being made a scapegoat for the national team’s poor performance in the recent World Hockey League in Malaysia where they failed to secure a

Nine killed, 19 injured in suicide bombing in Pakistan

At least nine people, including six Afghan security officials, were killed and 19 others injured today when a suicide bomber blew himself up at a check post on the Pakistan-Afghanistan border in the troubled Balochistan province.

Pakistan batting is spineless: Akram


Saddened by Pakistan’s pathetic show at the Champions Trophy, former captains Wasim Akram and Rameez Raja lashed out at the side’s “spineless” batting and said the time has come to rebuild the team.

Aggressive Pak can beat Proteas, India: Akhtar


Former fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar on Sunday advised Pakistan bowlers to be aggressive and go for wickets in their group matches against South Africa and India to remain in contention for a knock-out be

Ajmal looking ahead to India-Pak clash

The showdown is still some days away but Pakistan spinner Saeed Ajmal is already geared up for the clash against India in the upcoming Champions Trophy, saying the match is as big and as eagerly antic

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