PCB official reveals the case of the two discarded players is being 'eagerly' pushed by the team management.
This is the second in our series of extraordinary tales of ordinary Pakistanis.
Over 9,000 road accidents are reported to the police every year, killing over 4,500 people on average.
It is this type of brilliance that is unique to Pakistan alone and one which leaves cricket writers in wonderment.
Hourly news updates on Cyclone Nilofar’s advancing location are met with blunt dismissals by Baba Ghazi’s mureeds.
In a society where disability is rarely accommodated, an institute in Pakistan is changing the way people think
With deaths mounting and cities flooding as late monsoon rains lash Punjab and Azad Kashmir, experts are once again...
CIA drone strikes have killed more than 2,500 people in the tribal areas of North Pakistan over the past decade.
“The greatest athlete for his age the world has ever seen may well be Hashim Khan.”
A voice that invigorated the struggle but was unheard when the deafening roar of 'Pakistan Zindabad' rang out.
Stamps released by the Pakistan Post Office through the years marked some of the most significant events in history.
Herath now has 74 wickets to his name in 15 matches against Pakistan and there maybe more coming.
Shah Hussain win at the CWG is special considering the dramatic backstory that is associated with the Shah name.
However, business for Yousaf Chohan has been slower than the 2010 World Cup when he earned triple his daily income.
The greatest show on earth FIFA, world football's governing body, had discussed holding a World Cup since the...
“The Kalasha people are not relics to be put up in museums.”
Could the celebration of the country's exceptional sports figures on the big screen be in the offing in 2014?
Seven ODI series wins, a Test series hammering, a historic surrender; in between individual tales of grit...
The short-arm jabs, the flowing, away-from-the-body drives and the tight defensive push back to bowler have all gone.
The events of the third day of the 2nd Test risk evoking memories of the very ugly Mike Denness affair.