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Confusion over Mohammad Akram's appointment as Pak bowling coach

Confusion prevailed over appointment of Mohammad Akram as the new bowling coach of the Pakistan team with a PCB official denying any such development even as the news appeared on a cricket website on

Iftar party: 50 hospitalised for food poisoning

Around 50 people, including women and children, were admitted to hospital in this eastern Pakistani city with food poisoning after attending an Iftar dinner at a theatre, officials said on Saturday.

Akhtar wants to become Pak next bowling coach


Controversial former fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar threw his hat into the ring on Friday to become Pakistan's next bowling coach.

Pak woman journo commits suicide over non-payment of salary

A young woman journalist allegedly committed suicide by jumping off the roof of a building in this eastern Pakistani city after she was not paid her salary for the past four months, her family and col

Hafiz Saeed's lawyer challenges use of term ‘my lord’

JuD chief Hafiz Saeed's lawyer has challenged the use of the term ‘my lord’ to address judges of superior courts and the practice of bowing before them during proceedings.

A.K. Dogar, the counsel for

Two women paraded naked in Pakistan over marriage proposal

Two middle aged women were allegedly paraded naked in a village in Pakistan's Punjab province following a dispute over a proposed marriage, police officials said on Wednesday.

The women - Sakina and

Pak policeman kills sister for wearing jeans

A Pakistani policeman in this eastern city allegedly shot dead his sister for wearing jeans, officials said on Saturday.

Constable Asad Ali was unhappy with his sister Najma Bibi, 22, for wearing wh

Shoaib suggests PCB not to invite foreign teams to Pak


Former Pakistan pacer Shoaib Akhtar has ruffled feathers in the Pakistan Cricket Board and in government circles by suggesting that the PCB should avoid inviting foreign teams to the country because of the security situation here.

PCB wants revenue share in Indo-Pak December series


The much-anticipated Indo-Pak limited-overs series in December could face problems getting off the ground as the Pakistan Cricket Board is determined to get a share of the revenues generated from the

Disgraced Butt hails Indo-Pak cricket ties revival


He would not be a part of it but Pakistan's disgraced former captain Salman Butt is delighted that bilateral cricket ties with India would be revived with the limited-overs series in December.


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