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Ijaz Chaudhry

SQUASH: THE STROKE MASTER

SQUASH: THE STROKE MASTER

Pakistan’s former number one squash player and currently one of its top sports officials Qamar Zaman recalls his Published Jun 09, 2019 07:03am
HOCKEY: ROUGH END OF THE STICK

HOCKEY: ROUGH END OF THE STICK

Pakistan hockey is no more a part of the game’s international body FIH’s Pro League. This is merely symptomatic of the Published Mar 17, 2019 08:13am
HOCKEY: HOW GOJRA BECAME GREAT

HOCKEY: HOW GOJRA BECAME GREAT

No town or city in Pakistan has produced more international hockey players than Gojra. Eos takes a look at how it turned Published Sep 30, 2018 06:28am
The boys from Bannu

The boys from Bannu

It was a colonial cantonment that became a bustling town renowned for producing superstars. After a decade of reeling Updated Dec 18, 2016 08:55am
Success story

Success story

Remembering Denmark’s fairytale outing in the 1992 UEFA European Football Championship Published Jun 26, 2016 07:09am
Unsquashable

Unsquashable

Mohammad Yasin’s professional career spanned two decades during which he rose to number two in the world, played with Published Jun 12, 2016 07:06am
Yesterday, once more

Yesterday, once more

The best ever team or the finest performance by a team is often a favourite topic among the lovers as well as the... Published Jun 01, 2014 05:26am
The engineering of squash

The engineering of squash

For over five glorious decades, Pakistan ruled squash as the Mughals, in their heyday, ruled over the subcontinent. Updated Apr 20, 2014 06:07pm

Raving about rugby

The sport of rugby has two versions, Rugby Union and Rugby League; both are widely practiced internationally. They... Published Dec 01, 2013 08:49am
Not the short end of the stick

Not the short end of the stick

The academy with the motto, ‘Come, learn and play for Pakistan’, started with just seven boys initially. Updated Oct 27, 2013 05:31pm