Home arrow World arrow Pakistani HC hopes Pak-India cricket ties resume soon
 

Today is,

Monday, 27 April 2015

 

Home | About Us | News | User Login | Jobs | Employees | Contact Us | Tender Notices
Untitled Document
Main Menu
Home
News
Blog
Links
Search
Contacts
News Section
National
World
Sport
Business
Forex
Weather
Articles & Features
Sport News
Pakistan must win convincingly to avoid slip in Test table
KARACHI, Apr. 27 (APP)- Pakistan will be aiming to change its fortunes when it goes head to head with Bangladesh in a two-Test series in Khulna from Tuesday.
 
Team Masood wins Swiss team bridge crown
KARACHI, Apr. 27 (APP)- Team Masood mustered 63.36 Victory Points (VPs) to take Karachi Bridge Association’s weekend Bridge Tournament here at Aslam Hall housed here at the National Stadium on Sunday night.
 
Ahmed Iqbal fails to find a place in Emerging Players
KARACHI, Apr. 27 (APP)- Talented Karachi and KPT all-rounder Ahmed Iqbal Khan failed to find a place among the 18 emerging players called by the selection committee for fitness test/trials at National Cricket Academy in Lahore on April 28.
 
Rashid victorious in Thailand
ISLAMABAD, Apr 26 (APP): Pakistan Davis Cup Captain Rashid Malik has added another feather to his cap by winning the 55+ Singles title of the ITF Seniors Pro Circuit, Grade 4 Tournament held at Thanyapura Sports and Leisure Club, Thailand.
 
Pak Army wins one day, T-20 cricket series against Australian Army cricket team
RAWALPINDI, April 25 (APP): Pak Army won the one day and T-20 cricket series against Australian Army cricket team.
 
Archive
Latest News
What PTI doing for months if rigging proofs were in ballot boxes: Pe... - US diplomat condoles loss of life in rainstorm - Pakistan\'s Army Field Hospitals rendering support in Kathmandu - Nisar urges coordination among civil armed forces, intelligence agen... - Govt to set up task force to facilitate foreign investors: FM - Marvi Memon inaugurates bio-metric disbursement centre at BISP Larka...
Pakistani HC hopes Pak-India cricket ties resume soon PDF Print E-mail
ISLAMABAD, Jun 9 (APP): Pakistani High Commissioner Shahid Malik has expressed the hope that bilateral cricketing ties between Pakistan and India will soon resume.Talking to Indian media in New Delhi, he counted the non-renewal of “cricket ties” as the biggest low of his tenure.“I think there is no better sight for a cricket lover like me to see two giants of cricket playing against eachother in sportsman spirit. I hope this get revived soon,” he said.Observing that only trade ties have seen tangible progress in the resumed Pakistan-India talks, he said all issues, including Siachen and Kashmir, must also “move in tandem” to sustain the peace process.
 
China News
News About China

 

Grievance Commissioner Wafaqi Mohtasib
Grievance Commissioner Wafaqi Mohtasib
Budget 2014-2015
Federal Budget
Highlights 2014-2015
Punjab Budget
Sindh Budget
KPK Budget
Balochistan Budget
A.J.K Budget
Gilgit Baltistan Budget
Elections 2013
Elections 2013 News
Code of Conduct
Code of Conduct
Manifestos of Parties
Manifestos of Political Parties
Economic Survey
Economic Survey 2013-2014
Presidential address to the joint sitting of parliament
Presidential address to the joint sitting of parliament
Parlimentary Proceedings
National Assembly
Senate