Test cricketer Abdul Qadir passes away at 67

LAHORE: Former Pakistan spinner Abdul Qadir, credited for reviving the art of leg-spin bowling in the 1970s and 80s, died of a heart attack in...

Shane Warne spotted with a girl in London

Retired Australian cricketer, Shane Warne, was recently spotted with a girl in London street. According to sources, the 46 year-old former Australia leg-spinner was found...

Pakistan to host 2020 Asia Cup

Pakistan earned the rights to host 2020 Asia Cup on Thursday for the first time in over a decade, but it is not clear...

Pakistan army gives gun salute to Pakistan cricket team

Pakistan Army has payed tribute to the national cricket team for its tremendous victory in the Champions trophy final. 21 gun salutes were given...

WAPDA end Army’s reign at National Athletics

LAHORE - WAPDA ended Army's hegemony in the 43rd National Athletics Championship being held here at the Punjab Stadium. By the time this report was filed, WAPDA pocketed 13 gold medals as against seven of Army. By the evening, WAPDA won gold medals through Azhar Abbas, Razia Sultana, Rabia Ashiq and Ali Muhammad in hammer throw, 1500m (Women) and 800 metres races while Mohammad Sajjad of PAF won gold medal in 110 mertres hurdles race. Army got its gold medals on the day in discus

Three-day Shandur Polo Festival in full swing at world highest Polo Ground

ISLAMABAD: The three-day Shandur Polo Festival 2018 is in full swing at the world’s highest polo ground in Chitral, a famous tourists destination. The three-day...

Cricinfo includes Imran Khan, Wasim Akram in all-time World Cup XI

Former Pakistan captain and current Prime Minister Imran Khan and ‘Swing of King’ Wasim Akram has been named in ESPNcricinfo’s all-time World Cup XI. According to the...

No Pakistani in ICC 2018 Men’s ODI Team of the Year

DUBAI: International Cricket Council (ICC) on Tuesday disclosed the Men's ODI Team of the Year, 2018 and no Pakistani cricketer is a part of...

Always wanted to represent a strong Pakistani woman, says weightlifter Maryam Nasim

Maryam Nasim, a Pakistani weightlifter, who despite having a back injury, defied all odds and won a bronze medal in the 63-kilogram category at...

PFF’s signal achievement

While most national sporting bodies – among them the leading lights in terms of public acclaim and media coverage, cricket and hockey – are...

Sarbaz Khan becomes first Pakistani to climb Mt Lhotse, world’s 4th highest peak

Sarbaz Khan became the first Pakistan climber on Tuesday to scale Mount Lhotse, world's fourth highest peak, in Nepal. According to a news report by...

Pakistani squash player Noreena Shams discusses harassment in sports at UN

Pakistani professional squash player Noreena Shams on October 2 addressed the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRCPR) and talked about issues of harassment in...

Want to become first Pakistani UFC champion, says MMA fighter Mehmosh Raza

Pakistan's emerging Mix Martial Arts (MMA) fighter Mehmosh ‘The Renegade” Raza on Sunday outclassed Ukraine’s Igor Gryckiv in the third round at the Rebel FC-7...

Ali Tareen wins franchise rights for sixth PSL team

LAHORE: Ali Khan Tareen, son of former federal minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) aide Jahangir Khan Tareen, won the ownership rights of the sixth...

TDCP completes arrangements for Cholistan jeep rally

LAHORE: Punjab Tourism Development Corporation (TDCP) has completed all arrangements for the four-day Cholistan Desert Jeep Rally scheduled to begin on February 14. TDCP started holding...

UCP glorious in National Games

LAHORE - The University of Central Punjab topped the list of medal winning universities in the 31st National Games held at Peshawar.
Representing Higher Education Commission, its players won four gold medals, four silver medals and three bronze medals.
The detail is follows:
Name Game Status
Sikanadar Khan Swimming 2 Gold, 1 Bronze
M Mustafa Wrestling 1 Gold
Haroon Shaukat Weightlifting 1 Gold
Habib Asghar Weightlifting 1 Silver
Imran

Iman Qureshi – Tennis star in the making

LAHORE - Iman Qureshi, the 13-year old, eighth grade student of Lahore Grammer School, Defence had quite an eventful year, winning a number of international titles, making Pakistan's presence felt at the junior level of the ITF circuit.
Iman finished the year at an overall 3rd position in Asia in 14 and Under Asian Tennis Ranking. She is the only Pakistani player to have achieved the honour. While playing in the Asian circuit, she managed to win two titles (in Allepo and