Oct 23 (Reuters) - Pakistan continued their domination of the second test against a demoralised West Indies side in Abu Dhabi on Sunday, electing to make their opponents suffer further by not enforcing the follow-on after they had taken a 228-run first innings lead.
QUETTA, Pakistan (Reuters) - Two Pakistan Coast Guard officers were gunned down in the southwestern province of Balochistan on Sunday in a district that is key to a Chinese-funded transport and energy project opposed by separatist militants, police said.
Pakistan made slow but steady progress towards a position of dominance in the second Test, taking two wickets on the third morning and conceding just 45 runs
Oct 23 (Gracenote) - Scoreboard at lunch on the third day in the second Test between Pakistan and West Indies on Sunday in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates Pakistan 1st innings 452 (Y. Khan 127, Misbah-ul-Haq 96, A. Shafiq 68, S. Ahmed 56; S. Show More Summary
Activists and artists call for peace as tensions grow between the neighbouring countries.
An Afghan Taliban delegation has arrived in Pakistan, militant sources said Saturday, raising speculation over efforts to revive peace negotiations days after reports of secret talks with Afghan officials in Qatar. Taliban spokesmanShow More Summary
Oct 22 (Reuters) - Pakistan piled up 452 runs and reduced West Indies to 106 for four to take control of the second test in Abu Dhabi on the second day on Saturday.
Sarfraz Ahmed kept Pakistan ticking towards a big first-innings total after West Indies struck two early blows on the second morning of the Abu Dhabi Test
Pakistan’s No.1 4G network, Zong, has crossed the huge milestone of 1.5 Million 4G subscribers. The news was shared today at Pakistan Telecommunications Authority (PTA) Headquarters, followed by a dignified celebration ceremony. The event was graced by Zong’s Chairman and CEO Mr. Show More Summary
Pakistan refutes claims of confrontation and deaths as India reports sniper fire along disputed Kashmir border.
“Pakistan on Wednesday imposed a blanket ban on Indian shows on its television networks and radio stations, a day after one of India’s top film directors vowed not to hire actors from Pakistan in response to a major Indian cinema group’s declaration that it would not screen films with Pakistani casts. The tit-for-tat measures come […]
Tensions in Kashmir kept Pakistan from competing in the first Kabaddi World Cup in nine years
Oct 21 (Reuters) - Veteran Younus Khan's majestic century helped Pakistan dominate the opening day of the second test against West Indies on Friday, the hosts reaching on 304-4 on a punishing day for the bowlers in Abu Dhabi.
Meeting with Pakistani officials follows insurgent group’s contacts with both Afghan and US officials in recent months Senior members of the Taliban’s political commission based in Qatar have travelled to Pakistan for discussions with security officials there about possible peace talks with the Afghan government. Show More Summary
ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistan's top court has ruled that schizophrenia does not fall within its legal definition of mental disorders, clearing the way for the execution, as soon as next week, of a mentally ill man convicted of murd...
The state of Pakistan right now makes my heart hurt for the people there. There are so many victims that are living in that country and they are oppressed and
Oct 21 (Gracenote) - Line-ups for the second Test between Pakistan and West Indies on Friday in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates Pakistan won toss and decided to bat Pakistan: Sami Aslam, Azhar Ali, Younis Khan, Asad Shafiq, Misbah-ul-Haq...Show More Summary
Misbah-ul-Haq, the Pakistan captain, chose to bat in the second Test against West Indies in Abu Dhabi
The international players' association has said the advice it has received concerning security in Pakistan is that travel to the country is still a risk for international players