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Zardari gives go-ahead to his party to target PML-N


Setting aside the ruling Pakistan People’s Party’s reconciliation policy, President Asif Ali Zardari has given the go-ahead to hawks in his party to take on the Opposition PML-N’s leadership and give it a “befitting response” for targeting the PPP leadership.

Sarabjit meets sister in Lahore jail after 3 yrs

Indian national Sarabjit Singh, on death row in Pakistan, had an emotional reunion with his sister Dalbir Kaur after three years in a prison in this eastern Pakistani city on Thursday.

Afridi fined Pak Rs4.5mn, but cleared to play abroad


Sacked Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi was on Thursday slapped with a hefty fine of Pak Rs4.5 million by the PCB disciplinary committee after he pleaded guilty of breaching the Cricket Board's Code of

Pak court allows Sarabjit’s sister to meet him.


A Pakistani court on Wednesday gave permission to the sister of Indian national Sarabjit Singh, sentenced to death for alleged involvement in bomb blasts in Punjab province, to meet him at Kot Lakhpat Jail on Thursday.

Pak court issues notice to govt on Sarabjit case


A Pakistani court has issued notice to the federal government seeking its response within three weeks to a writ petition against the possible grant of a presidential pardon to Indian national Sarbajit

Pakistan coach laments Afridi retirement

Pakistan cricket coach Waqar Younis said on Thursday he was “disappointed” by Shahid Afridi’s decision to retire from internationals and played down a reported rift with his former captain.

PCB to discuss Waqar-Afridi spat in details

Pakistan coach Waqar Younis has been told to return to the country with the national team instead of going to Australia as the PCB wants to discuss his reported dispute with sacked one-day captain, Sh

Gilani hopeful of moving ahead through dialogue with India


Pakistan is hopeful of moving forward through dialogue with India as responsible nations believe in resolving their outstanding issues through talks, Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani said on Sunday.

Raza to give details of police case to PCB after court's order

Former Test spinner Akram Raza, who was recently arrested on charges of illegal betting, has said he will share the details of the police case against him with the PCB but only after the verdict of the court.

PCB hoping to revive bilateral cricket ties with India soon

Desperate to revive bilateral cricket ties with India, Pakistan is hoping to make a breakthrough next month when the officials of the two boards come across each other during ICC meetings.

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