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Pakistan Navy ships visit Morocco: A step towards revamping Pak-Africa ties

By Ali Basit As per IMF forecast, Africa will be second-fastest growing region in the world between 2016 and 2020 with annual growth of 4.5%. Seven African countries are posting annual growth rates well above 5.5%. Similarly, among the fifteen fastest growing global economies, eight are in Africa. Notwithstanding the fact that the region is of great strategic and economic significance, Pakistan’s trade with Africa is only 0.8 % of total $ 3 trillion trade of the continent. Pak-Africa trade is languishing having a…

Tabish Khan expresses his desire to represent Pakistan in Test cricket

KARACHI: Pakistan's discarded first class player Tabish Khan expressed his confidence to play Test cricket for Pakistan. While addressing a presser in Karachi, the pacer said "“Representing Pakistan in Test cricket is the biggest dream of my life.” “Waqar Bhai backed all of the bowlers after selection and told us that this is a long season which contains more Test series. Everyone will get chances based on their performance,” Tabish Khan added. To a query about feeling disappointment after not getting a single…

Pakistan, New Zealand Test series may be my last: Tim Paine

Australia’s Tim Paine has said the upcoming Test series against Pakistan and New Zealand may be the last time he captains the side at home as he enters the twilight of his career. Paine, who turns 35 next month, was named captain after former skipper Steve Smith was handed a one-year ban in March 2018 for ball tampering and the wicketkeeper became the first Australian captain after Steve Waugh to retain the Ashes. Smith’s explosive return to the Test side, where he scored 774 runs in the Ashes, triggered calls to…

Pak’s Imaad Ali crowned Jr World Scrabble champion

Pakistan's 13-year-old Syed Imaad Ali became the youngest player ever to win the Junior World Scrabble Championship at Torquay, England. According to details, Imaad remained in the lead right throughout the championship and was declared a champion with one match to go with a 17/3 record and a spread of 2159. He is only the second player in history to have won both the World Youth Scrabble Championship (now renamed WESPA Youth Cup) and the Junior World Scrabble Championship; the first one being compatriot Moiz…

Aisam says he won’t play Davis Cup tie against india if the event not shifted back to Pakistan

Pakistan tennis superstar Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi has written a letter to the President of the Pakistan Tennis Federation (PTF), Saleem Saifullah and said that he will opt out of the Davis Cup tie against arch-rivals India if the match is played on a neutral venue. According to sources, Aisam has written that it is sad that the International Tennis Federation shifted the match out of Pakistan by citing security as the reason. He reasoned that “thousands of Indians are roaming around in Pakistan at the Kartarpur Corridor…

Pakistan beat Oman, to face India in Emerging Asia Cup 2019 semis

Opener Haider Ali’s sensational ton guided Pakistan to a 147-run win over Oman in the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) Emerging Teams Asia Cup 2019 match played at the Sheikh Kamal International Cricket Stadium, Cox's Bazar on Monday. According to details,chasing a modest 320-run target, Oman were never in the hunt as they lost four wickets for 15 runs inside the first six overs. The side got bowled out in the 48th over for 172 runs. For Pakistan, leg-spinner Mohammad Mohsin took two wickets for 16 runs in eight overs,…

Edwards, Mpofu among more than 100 foreign cricketers register in PSL-5 Silver category

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) announced the names of overseas players registered in the Silver category for the Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2020. The six franchises will be able to pick 182 foreign players from the category. https://twitter.com/thePSLt20/status/1196328682861674496 Some of the prominent names are Fidel Edwards (West Indies), Anamul Haque Bijoy (Bangladesh), Chris Mpofu (Zimbabwe), Sean Williams (Zimbabwe), Jake Ball (England), Tom Blundell (New Zealand), Osahada Fernando (Sri Lanka). The…

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