England v Pakistan: third men’s T20 cricket international – live | Cricket

Important Events Show only important events Please enable JavaScript to use this feature I still have nightmares sometimes Mainly because of Andrew Miller’s tweets during the Test match at Old Trafford last summer, all of which included rain radar maps, slightly dashing England’s hopes of winning the Ashes. Alas, Cricket’s answer to the Grim Reaper […]

England v Pakistan: first women’s cricket ODI – live | Cricket

Important Events Show only major events Please turn on JavaScript to use this feature Pakistan XI Pakistan: Sidra Ameen, Sadaf Shamas, Muneeb Ali, Ayesha Zafar, Nida Dar (c), Aliya Riaz, Fatima Sana, Naziha Alvi (wk), Umm-e-Hani, Diana Baig, Nashra Sandhu share England XI England Maia Bouchet, Tammy Beaumont, Heather Knight (The Captain), Nat Shiver Brandt, […]

Ex Pakistan PM Imran Khan Gets Bail In Land Corruption Case, Says Lawyer

Islamabad, Pakistan: Former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan was granted bail in Islamabad on Wednesday on land corruption charges, but must remain in jail to serve time in two other cases, his lawyer said. The former cricket superstar was indicted last week on charges that he and his wife were gifted land by a property […]

BJP Attacks Congress Over Mani Shankar Aiyar Pakistan Remark

Last month, Mani Shankar Aiyar said on his YouTube channel that he “respects Pakistan”. New Delhi: Congress veteran Mani Shankar Aiyar triggered a political storm on Friday by asking the government to “respect Pakistan” because of the atomic bomb. Anticipating the impact of Mr. Aiyar’s remarks in the election season, the Congress was quick to […]

Pakistan Records “Wettest April” In Over 60 Years: Report

Pakistan is increasingly vulnerable to unpredictable weather. (File) islamabad: Pakistan experienced its “wettest April since 1961” with more than twice the normal amount of rain, the country’s meteorological agency said in a report. Rainfall in April was recorded at 59.3 millimeters, “excessively above” the normal average of 22.5 millimeters, Pakistan Metrology said late Friday in […]

‘Our culture is dying’: vulture shortage threatens Zoroastrian burial rites | Pakistan

With the rapid decline of vultures in India, Iran and Pakistan, traditional Zoroastrian burial rites are becoming increasingly impossible. For thousands of years, Parsi communities have traditionally disposed of their dead in facilities called . Dakuma, Or “Tower of Silence.” These circular high-rise structures are designed to protect the soil and the sacred elements of […]

Pakistan College Restricts Girl Students From Attending Political Events: Report

Government Graduate University also banned female students from attending birthday celebrations. Khyber Pakhtankhwa: Government Graduate University Timergala has issued a directive directing female students to refrain from participating in political functions, birthday celebrations and other extracurricular activities while traveling to and from campus, Dawn reported. The University’s Chief Superintendent Professor Riaz Mohammad formally circulated these […]