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Pakistan cricketers to get pay hike in new contracts

Pakistan cricketers, who will get central contracts later this month, can expect a pay hike of between 15 to 25 percent, a Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) official has said.

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Not playing in IPL makes Lanka series challenging: Hafeez


Pakistan's newly-appointed Twenty20 captain Mohammad Hafeez believes his players face a tough challenge against Sri Lanka in the coming series as they have been deprived of an opportunity to enhance t

Pak Punjab's south belt breeding ground for militants: Sharif

Pakistan's Punjab province's southern belt, reeling under ‘extreme poverty and ignorance’, is a breeding ground for militants, Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif's government has said in its first such adm

Hafiz Mohammad Saeed serves legal notices on journos; seeks Rs 100m as damages

LeT founder Hafiz Mohammad Saeed has served legal notices on two Pakistani journalists for allegedly concocting a report about his secret meeting with US Ambassador Cameron Munter, seeking Rs 100 mill

Pakistan police nabs two bookies for betting on IPL matches

Police have arrested two bookies in Pakistan's Punjab province for running an international betting and gambling racket on the cricket matches of the Indian Premier League (IPL), officials said on Tue

Sharif family drowned in outstanding loans: FIA

A Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) report has revealed that Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) chief Nawaz Sharif, Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif and 13 others of the Sharif family have repo

Terror alert in India: Two more identified as Pakistani traders

Two Pakistani men named among five terror suspects by intelligence agency RAW and whose photos were carried by the media in India have been identified as traders linked to a bustling electronics marke

Revised Indo-Pak visa pact soon

India and Pakistan are expected to sign a revised visa agreement making liberalised provisions for businessmen when the home and interior secretaries of the two countries meet for talks in Islamabad l

India, Pak made huge strides in normalising trade ties: Gilani


India and Pakistan have made 'huge strides' in normalising trade relations in the span of just a year but the two countries should not be complacent as non-state actors are determined to harm the bila

Yousuf in trouble with Bangladesh intelligence

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Pakistan's former captain Mohammad Yousuf is in trouble as he is being investigated by the Bangladesh intelligence agencies for allegedly submitting a fake clearance letter to play in the Dhaka league

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