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We shouldn't have lost an ODI to Zimbabwe: Afridi

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Karachi: Flamboyant allrounder Shahid Afridi has said that losing the recent One-day International match to Zimbabwe did not befit the status and reputation of the Pakistan team.
Afridi, who returned

Zimbabwe bowlers rattle Pakistan


Zimbabwe’s unheralded bowling attack plunged Pakistan into deep trouble on the first day of the first Test at the Harare Sports Club on Tuesday. Pakistan were floundering at 182 for eight before tail

Afghan Taliban attack US base near Pakistan border


Jalalabad: Taliban suicide bombers and gunmen dressed as Afghan police attacked a US base near the Pakistani border on Monday, sparking a shootout that left all three assailants dead, officials said.

Lacklustre India pips Pakistan 1-0 in SAFF Cup opener


Kathmandu: Defending champions India dished out a listless performance but still managed to beat arch-rivals Pakistan 1-0 in the opening game of the SAFF Football Championship here today.It took an o

Pakistan beats Malaysia 3-1 to win bronze in Asia Cup


Ipoh: Already out of next year's World Cup, Pakistan had something to cheer about as the three-time champions defeated hosts Malaysia 3-1 to win the bronze medal at the ninth Asia Cup hockey tourname

Misbah leads Pakistan to series victory


Harare: Captain Misbah-ul-Haq scored a steady half-century and effected two crucial run-outs as Pakistan clinched the one-day series against Zimbabwe with a sizeable win in Saturday's third and final

Former Pak hockey players demand sacking of PHF officials


Karachi: Former players today called for the sacking of Pakistan Hockey Federation officials after the country failed to qualify for the World Cup for the first time in history.As the beleaguered PHF

Victims recall the horror


Hyderabad: “Yasin Bhatkal may have been arrested, but will I get back my leg or will scores of people get back their loved ones,” questioned 23-year-old MBA student V. Rajitha, who lost her right leg

Pakistan beats Malaysia 4-1, enters semis of Asia Cup


Ipoh (Malaysia): Three-time champions Pakistan became the first team to qualify for the semifinals of the Asia Cup hockey tournament after defeating Malaysia 4-1 in their second Pool A match, here to

India clinch ACC Emerging Trophy, thrash Pak in final


Singapore: The Indian under-23 team today lifted the ACC Emerging Trophy tournament after thrashing arch-rivals Pakistan by nine wickets in the final with opener Lokesh Rahul (93) being the star of a

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