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Pakistan bowl out New Zealand for 153
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1st Test: Pakistan bowl out New Zealand for 153 on opening day

Abu Dhabi: Pakistan´s spin-cum-pace attack left New Zealand in ruins at tea on the opening day of the first Test despite captain Kane Williamson´s half century in Abu Dhabi on Friday.

New Zealand opt to bat against Pakistan in 1st test match

Abu Dhabi: New Zealand on Friday started batting against Pakistan, after winning the toss, in the first Test match at Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi. ...

New Zealand opt to bat against Pakistan in 1st test match

Abu Dhabi: New Zealand on Friday started batting against Pakistan, after winning the toss, in the first Test match at Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi. ...

Hockey players calls on Punjab Governor

Lahore: Hockey team preparing for the forthcoming Hockey World Cup called on Punjab Governor Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar here at the Governor’s House, on Thursday. ...

Pakistan looks to Yasir, Abbas to tame 'tough' New Zealand

Abu Dhabi: Pakistan skipper Sarfraz Ahmed is confident leg-spinner Yasir Shah and medium pacer Mohammad Abbas can combine to tame "tough" New Zealand in the first Test starting in Abu Dhabi Friday. ...

Peshawar Zalmi hires Chinese corporate guru for PSL 4

Peshawar: Peshawar Zalmi has hired Chinese corporate giant Li Da Peng as Director for Pakistan Super League (PSL) season 4. ...

PHF announces Pakistan squad for Hockey World Cup 2018

Lahore: The Pakistan Hockey Federation announced the 18-member squad for 2018 Men's Hockey World Cup scheduled to be held in India, said an official notification. ...

Afridi clarifies after his Kashmir comments stir controversy

Lahore: Former cricket star Shahid Afridi has clarified about his statement on Kashmir which stir controversy on Wednesday. Afridi, a critic of Indian atrocities in Kashmir, while addressing an event at London in which students were present. ...

Afridi clarifies after his Kashmir comments stir controversy

Lahore: Former cricket star Shahid Afridi has clarified about his statement on Kashmir which stir controversy on Wednesday. Afridi, a critic of Indian atrocities in Kashmir, while addressing an event at London in which students were present. ...