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Younis not in a mood to retire from any format
ISLAMABAD, Oct 5 (APP): Legendary batsman Younis Khan has brushed aside all thoughts of getting retirement from any of the available cricketing format and is all set for upcoming series with England in UAE.
Bismah maintains domination as Pakistan wins Ist ODI
KARACHI, Oct 4 (APP): Southpaw batter Bismah Maroof maintained her domination with the willow as Pakistan gained 1-0 lead over Bangladesh in two-match One-day International series when they defeated Bangladesh by 20 runs in the opening game on Sunday.
Nasir Iqbal to face Egypt's Abouleghar in semifinal of CAS Int'l Squash C'ship
ISLAMABAD, Oct 4 (APP): Pakistan's top ranked player Nasir Iqbal will face Egypt's Abouleghar in the semifinal of Serena Hotels-Chief of Air Staff (CAS) International Squash Championship as he defeated country-fellow Israr Ahmed in the quarterfinal on Sunday here at Mushaf Squash Complex.
PCB chairman felicitates Shashank Manohar
ISLAMABAD, Oct 4 (APP): Chairman Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Shaharyar Mohammad Khan Sunday felicitated Shashank Manohar on becoming president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI).
Pakistan cricket can survive without India: Shaharyar Khan
ISLAMABAD, Oct 1 (APP): Chairman Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Shaharyar Khan Thursday said that Pakistan cricket can survive without India.
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Afridi looking to regain old touch in World T20 PDF Print E-mail
KARACHI, Sept. 17 (APP)- Pakistan ace all-rounder Shahid Afridi vowed to live upto the expectations of the nation in the ICC World Twenty20 Championship starting from Tuesday. “Its my endeavor to do my best and bring honor and glory to the country,” he told APP in on telephone from Colombo after Pakistan convincingly beat arch-rival India by five wickets in their opening warm-up game. “It has been my ernest desire to accomplish something in the event,” the former Pakistan captain, commented. However he said he was going through a crisis situation due to lack of form. “I am working hard both on my bowling and batting to regain my touch and my fitness as well,” Shahid Afridi, who played pivotal role in winning the 2009 World T20 title, said.
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