In the first race of her life, Nadia won. That day gave birth to a passion which continues to draw her out to the track.
The sajda has been associated with Pakistani cricketers, but it was our hockey players who performed it first in 1978.
It's surprising that European football is more popular with Pakistani fans, when the best players are from South America
International cricket has returned with supreme flamboyance to Pakistan. Here are some numbers to underline the action.
Cricket returned to Pakistan yesterday in glorious fashion. Hopefully, more teams will follow.
With a successful tour, Pakistan might just see a revival of intl cricket, but there is zero margin for error this time.
A Pakistani captain only has to mention the words ‘conspiracy’ or ‘intrigue,’ and the media will do the rest of the job.
While the players and team management are also to blame, there is larger picture which has gone unseen for a while now.
Reports suggest the Pakistan team was served only fish during the ODI series in Bangladesh. Hence, the defeats.
The decline of Pakistan’s cricket over the past decade and a half merits some serious questioning.
This new-look Pakistan team may have lost its first game, but it has gotten off on the right foot.
Despite persistent attacks, Sania single-handedly dragged Indian tennis from the 1970s into the 21st century.
Sick of being mocked for his burly frame and receding batting form, 'Big Inzi' shed 23 pounds before the 2003 World Cup.
A women's sports tournament was cancelled on objection to the participants' uniforms. Clearly, women are still not free.
Misbah asked: ‘If a politician can do it 79 times, then why can’t I for just this one time?’
It would’ve been a busy international window for Pakistan football had the bombings in Youhanabad not taken place.
We surveyed over 1000 cricket fans on their most-favoured choice for the ODI captain. Here are the results.
As heartbroken as we all are, I have no doubt that both Indians and Pakistanis will be seen in black for the final.
While saying goodbye to our two masters is nothing short of an ordeal, the WC also brought a ray of hope for the future.
Atif Anwer is one of many talented Pakistani sportsmen who wrote his own story, without any help from the government.
The defeatist mindset reflected in today’s game.