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Khalid H. Khan
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Northern held off Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s bid for victory at Abbottabad in opening round of matches in Quaid-e-Azam Trophy.
While Imam-ul-Haq notched up seventh century, Haider Ali was dismissed for 99 on his first-class debut.
Mohammad Rizwan also weighs in with a big century.
Abdul Qadir, who passed away on September 6, was not just a great cricketer and spin bowler. He was also a fine human
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The confusion is particularly in the case of the newly-established provincial outfit Southern Punjab.
"I think Misbah got the nod because Pakistan didn’t have anyone else," says Ramiz Raja.
The gentleman of the gentlemen’s game, Misbah-ul-Haq, is being rumoured as the next big appointment in Pakistan cricket
The fact that England are now the world champions in the 50-over format in cricket has made prospects of the upcoming
Regrets tirade in social media after Pakistan’s defeats in back-to-back fixtures against Australia and India.
Since that day in February, the Aussies have called the shots.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni was the star of his country’s second World Cup glory.
Leaving aside the first three encounters of the opening editions, New Zealand have been the dominant force.
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Gavaskar is universally known in the annals of cricket as among the finest opening batsmen.
It is surprising to note that these nations never came across against each other in the first three editions.