Monday, Mar 27, 2017

Sports

MELBOURNE (AFP): Lights out in Melbourne and Formula One has had just the start it needed after concerns over the new regulations introduc

LONDON: (APP): Legendary cricketer from West Indies Brian Lara has on Thursday said that he’s interested in coaching at Pakistan Super League (PSL).

LAHORE (Online): The Pakistan Cricket Board’s anti-corruption tribunal started investigating the spot-fixing scandal from Friday.

LAHORE (APP): On Pakistan day, the national hockey team won the 5-test series against New Zealand, after holding the home side to a 1-1 draw in the last and fifth test at Carterton, Wairarapa.

ISLAMABAD (INP): Even though the second edition of PSL is over, international players continue to enjoy a special bond with Pakistan.

DUBAI (NNI): Sri Lanka and Bangladesh will lock horns in a three-match one-day international (ODI) series starting in Dambulla on Saturday. 

LAHORE (NNI): President of Asian Tennis Federation, Anil Kumar Khanna and Secretary, Subramaniam Surendran will be visiting Pakistan today (Friday) to attend the meeting of Constitution and Finance

NEW DELHI (AFP): The Indian cricket board Wednesday doubled the salaries of its contracted players while retaining former skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni in the top pay bracket.

KARACHI (PPI): A three members Anti-Corruption Tribunal, headed by Justice (Retd) Asghar Haidar, tasked with adjudicating the spot-fixing matter have issued notices to PCB, Sharjeel Khan and Khalid

WELLINGTON (PPI): Representing national senior team for the first time, young Abubakr Mahmood fired a brilliant hat-trick to help Pakistan overpower New Zealand 4-2 in the third test of the five-ma