Category: Sports

Former Indian Minister makes a fool of himself after failing to understand Imran Khan’s political Tweet

In a rather embarrassing burst out, former Indian minister Rajeev Shukla made a fool of himself after failing to understand PM Imran Khan’s tweet regarding the current political situation in Pakistan. In a Tweet, PM Khan had congratulated the Pakistani team for their magnificent performance in the second Test match against Australia after which he referred to country’s political turmoil.

Hattrick of records: Babar Azam effortlessly creates history for Pakistan

It was a day to remember for Babar Azam, who played his best and most memorable knock in Pakistan colours — certainly in Tests and maybe even in all formats. With the game and the home team’s pride on the line, Babar came in to bat on when the team was reeling at 21 for 2. Skipper continued to register

Pakistani teen becomes youngest cueist to win IBSF world championship 

Pakistani teen, Ahsan Ramzan, has made the nation proud by becoming the youngest player in the world to win International Billiards and Snooker Federation (IBSF) men’s championship. The 16-year-old showed incredible finesse during his final against the formidable Amir Sarkhosh of Iran. The cueist from Lahore proved his mettle as he bounced back into the match after being 5-3 down.

Azaan echoing through cricket ground becomes Australian squad’s memorable moment

Australian captain, Pat Cummins, recently narrated his experience of listening to Azaan echo in the cricket ground of Rawalpindi. While sharing his thoughts, Cummins called it a ‘cool moment’ as the call to prayer echoed across the ground with the mountains off in the distance. He says he also found out that day that Friday is a Holy day. 

England cricketer and Singaporean all-rounder, were very intrigued by Islam: Mohammad Rizwan

Pakistan wicket-keeper batter, Mohammad Rizwan, shared some dressing room secrets with the cricket fans. The Multan Sultans skipper said that some of his teammates including England cricketer, David Willey, and Singaporean all-rounder, Tim David, had asked a lot of questions about Islam. He further added that the queries of non-Muslims pertaining to our religious prayers shows their interest in Islam.

India faces embarrassment after fake threats to Australian player’s family revealed

Interior minister, Sheikh Rasheed lashed out at India, blaming his country’s enemies for attempting to sabotage the historic Australian cricket tour. Authorities believe death threats sent to Ashton Agar’s partner originated in India and the high ranking politician indicated it was something similar which caused New Zealand to abandon its tour on the morning of the first game in September.

Pakistan’s first franchise-based Hockey League might be coming up soon

The Pakistan Hockey Federation has signed a consulting deal to help them build the country’s first franchise-based hockey league. In the presence of senior officials from the PHF, including Chairman selection Committee Olympian Manzoor Junior and Olympian Khawaja Junaid, the agreement with the consultants was signed at the PHF Headquarters in Lahore.

ICC Picks Two Pakistanis in Most Valuable Team of 2022 U19 World Cup

The Pakistani left-handed wicketkeeper-batsman Haseeb Ullah and the right-arm pacer Awais Ali were selected for ICC’s ‘Most Valuable Team’ of the U19 World Cup. According to details, the ICC has announced a 12-member strong ‘Most Valuable Team’ of the U-19 World Cup from different teams. The Green Shirts finished fifth in the tournament.

Pakistan’s lone soldier, Muhammad Karim will represent 220 million countrymen in winter Olympics

Winter Olympics 2022 will be seeing only one participant from Pakistan- 26-year-old Muhammad Karim from Gilgit-Baltistan. Pakistan’s lone soldier will represent 220 million countrymen in the Alpine Skiing Slalom event on Feb 16. Pakistan’s four-member contingent left for Beijing on Tuesday from Lahore and will reach Beijing on Wednesday. 

After 24 long years cricket Australia confirms tour of Pakistan

Australia’s first visit to Pakistan since 1998 has received a final all-clear. The tour, which comprises three Tests, three ODIs and a T20I, has been on the cards since November 2021. Both boards have been making steady progress towards the series going ahead, and now after a final pre-trip security briefing Cricket Australia has given its full endorsement.