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Tragedy has struck Kasur again this year, with three young boys found to be allegedly raped before being murdered. Five children, aged between 8 to 10, had gone missing in the months preceding this,…

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PCB expresses disappointment over SLC President’s remarks about team security in Pakistan

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has expresses their disappointment over the recent remarks made by Sri Lanka Cricket President Shammi Silva regarding security arrangements for his team during Pakistan tour. According to Geo News, the PCB is said to have contacted Sri Lanka cricket officials informed that Presidential Level security was provided to their team during its Pakistan tour. PCB believes that Shammi Silva has made inappropriate comments about security arrangements in Pakistan. According to Daily News, an…

Javed Miandad urges PCB to appoint Faisal Iqbal as batting coach

Former Pakistan legendary batsman Javed Miandad has urged the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to appoint Faisal Iqbal as the batting coach of Pakistan cricket team. While talking to APP, Miandad said that Pakistan’s head coach Misbah-ul-Haq needs a specialised support staff to end the batting woes. "I think that the PCB has overburdened Misbah by assigning him the dual responsibilities of head coach and chief selector. The board needs to be a bit realistic and think out of the box by appointing a specialised batting…

Sourav Ganguly all set to become BCCI’s President

Former Indian skipper Sourav Ganguly are all set to become BCCI's new President after Brijesh Patel appeared to have grabbed the coveted post. According to details, Union Home Minister Amit Shah's son Jay Shah will be the new secretary while Arun Dhumal will be the new treasurer. Ganguly, who is currently the president of the Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB), will have to demit his post in September 2020 as he will go into compulsory cooling off period. Brijesh, backed by Tamil Nadu strongman N Srinivasan,…

Syrian army to deploy along Turkish border in deal with Kurdish-led forces

BEIRUT/AMMAN (Reuters) - The Syrian army will deploy along the length of the border with Turkey in an agreement with the Kurdish-led administration in northern Syria to help repel a Turkish offensive, the Kurdish-led administration said on Sunday. The army deployment would support the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces in countering “this aggression and liberating the areas that the Turkish army and mercenaries had entered”, it said, in reference to Turkey-backed Syrian rebels. It would also allow for the liberation…

Pakistan beat Columbia in Socca World Cup warm-up

Pakistan beat Columbia by 2-1 in the Socca World Cup warm-up game on Sunday in the Greek island of Crete. According to information available here, Gohar Zaman and Mohammad Waheed scored two goals for Pakistan. The win will boost the confidence for the side ahead of their campaign, which begins from Monday. Pakistan, which are placed in Group H in the competition, have their work cut out of them as they will square off against teams such as Slovenia, Hungary, Germany and Romania in the group stage. Pakistan will play…

Sri Lanka’s tour to Pakistan for Test series still in doubt

COLOMBO: Sri Lanka Cricket President Shammi Silvi said that he got fed up staying for three to four days in hotel during his visit to Pakistan. "The players had to stay inside the hotel. I got fed up staying for three or four days. We have to talk to the players and support staff and see how this will affect the Test series," Silva was quoted as saying by the Ceylon Daily News. Sri Lanka are scheduled to return to Pakistan for a Test series in December, but the board president said that there was need to talk…

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