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Why Is Saeed Ajmal Excluded from ICC Awards?

Saeed Ajmal has been (unfairly) excluded from the ICC awards due to take place in Sri Lanka’s capital Colombo on September 15, and this has angered Pakistanis to the point where Pakistan could boycott the ICC awards over his omission. South Africa’s Vernon Philander has been picked instead of Saeed Ajmal for the Test Cricketer [...]

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Shahid Afridi Back In The Side; Selected For ODIs Against Sri Lanka

Shahid Afridi, who announced his retirement in May, recently said that he would like to come back to the side (after PCB chairman Ijaz Butt left). He was then told that he could not come back immediately as he would have to be “cleared.” However, he has now been selected for the upcoming ODIs against [...]

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Shahid Afridi to join Baba Ramdev in Hunger Strike

Baba Ramdev of India, who recently declared his intention to go on a hunger strike against corruption and black money from the 4th of June, has asked ex Pakistani captain, Shahid Afridi, to share the stage with him in a joint hunger strike. “Shahid bhai and I have a lot in common – generous facial [...]

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Shahid Afridi Show Cause notice by PCB

Show Cause Notice and Suspended Contract for Afridi- PCB ka khuda hafiz

For Pakistan Cricket another sad demise after astounding fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar is the flamboyant, controversial and aggressive Boom Boom Shahid Khan Afridi’s retirement. What would it be like when there will be no chants and placards in the stadium applauding probably the liveliest cricketer ever? Deserted isn’t it. It is indeed heartbreaking news for [...]

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Shahid Afridi Announces Retirement from International Cricket

After being stripped of captaincy for the Ireland tour, Shahid Afridi has announced retirement from international cricket. It is really disappointing to know the kind of internal politics that takes place in Pakistan cricket, and it reminds me of Sourav Ganguly’s retirement. While Sourav Ganguly had no option available, Afridi’s retirement seems to be an [...]

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The Riddle of Zulqarnain Haider

BBC called him refugee cricketer, his team mates believe that his behavior is childish, while team manager Intikhab Alam and PCB officials feel that he is a psychopath. You have guessed it probably by now; I am talking about none other than Pakistan cricket team wicket keeper batsmen Zulqarnain Haider. His actions and tale is [...]

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International Cricket Council has suspended Salman Butt, Mohammad Amir and Mohammad Asif

ICC suspends Pakistani trio over Spot fixing Allegations

Eighteen years ago it was the Holy month of Ramadan when cricket brought an extravagant delight for the people of Pakistan as we had crowned World Champions for the first time. But now during the same month we’ve been facing the worst ever cricket corruption charges against few of our players. Some cherished memories ah!! [...]

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Pakistan Cricket Gone for Good … Match Fixing Scandal!

Where the nation was yet recovering from the shock given by the performance of the boys in green in the ongoing test at Lords’, all focus has now shifted to the media reports coming out of England claiming that they have uncovered a match fixing scandal involving top Pakistani players. As the details are still [...]

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Ijaz Butt and the Mockery of Pakistan Cricket

In how many ways can a sane, educated person, with a very basic knowledge of English, interpret the following statements: “I don’t see our players or teams taking part in the Champions League this year.” “Our future participation in the IPL and Champions League remains undecided but this year atleast we are not taking part [...]

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Lost Glory Of Pakistan Cricket

My father is a fan of sports. As eldest of my siblings I am very close to him. He use to watch wr…

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