• Coach for Pakistan is waste of money: Qadir

    Coach for Pakistan is waste of money: Qadir

    Former Pakistan leg-spinner Abdul Qadir have said that hiring a coach for the national cricket team is a waste of money, Indian media reported on Sunday.
  •  Islamia College starts adventure activities with forest trekking

    Islamia College starts adventure activities with forest trekking

    In order to expose the college students to the beauties of nature, Islamia College Physical Education Department has chalked out a comprehensive programme of different adventure activities like Forest Trekking, Hiking, Mountaineering
  • Pakistan Super League Logo

    Kashmir team may feature in next edition of Pakistan Super League

    The chairman of Pakistan Super League (PSL) Najam Sethi on Saturday hinted at launching a cricket team from Kashmir in this year’s event.“My dream is to launch 6th Kashmir team in PSL this year.
  • Royal Challengers Bangalore skipper Virat Kohli walks out. Photograph: BCCI.

    IPL: RCB skipper Kohli fined Rs 12 lakh

    Royal Challengers Bangalore skipper Virat Kohli has been fined Rs 12 lakh for maintaining slow over rate during the team's Indian Premier League game against Rising Pune Supergiants.
  • Youth Services organises Girls Cross Country Run

    Youth Services organises Girls Cross Country Run

    Youth Services and Sports Department Srinagar Wednesday organized Girls cross country run from SKICC Gate to Nishat Garden. The race was flagged off by Himayun Kaiser, Director Radio Kashmir Srinagar.
  • Salman Butt being given a police escort in London, on March 17, 2011. PHOTO: AFP

    UK government could block Salman Butt’s return to international cricket

    Former Pakistan Test captain Salman Butt could be denied a return to the national side due to legislations placed by UK government, according to reports.
  • David Warner's unbeaten 59-ball 90 was his second half-century in three matches	© BCCI

    IPL:Warner 90* leads Sunrisers to first win

    Win the toss, restrict your opposition to a manageable total, and bat through the chase to win it for your team. Everything went to plan for David Warner, whose unbeaten 59-ball 90 steered Sunrisers Hyderabad to their first win of the season
  • Pakistan suffered their third straight at the Azlan Shah Cup--Photo courtesy Hockey India

    Azlan Shah Cup : India beats Pakistan by 5-1 in hockey tournament

    In a masterclass of attacking hockey, India handed Pakistan a 5-1 defeat and dent Mohammad Imran's side's prospects of a podium finish in the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup on Tuesday.
  • Kings XI Punjab Owner Ness Wadia

    Kings XI Punjab considering shifting its IPL matches out of Maharashtra

    Kings XI Punjab co-owner Ness Wadia on Monday said that the franchise is 'very seriously considering' shifting its three Indian Premier League matches from drought-hit Maharashtra to some other venue.
  • If IPL matches shifted, Maharashtra will lose Rs 100 crore: BCCI

    If IPL matches shifted, Maharashtra will lose Rs 100 crore: BCCI

    Under pressure from various quarters to shift Indian Premier League (IPL) matches out of Maharashtra, a top Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) official virtually asked the state government to choose between water or money here on Saturday.
  •  Sports activities will get momentum in coming days:Imran Ansari

    Sports activities will get momentum in coming days:Imran Ansari

    Minister for Information Technology, Technical Education and Youth Services & Sports Moulvi Imran Raza Ansari has said that strenuous efforts would be make to give fillip to sports activities and development of Sports Infrastructure.
  • Bandipora Girl to represent India in Italy

    Bandipora Girl to represent India in Italy

    Her eyes full of determination and her face glistening with the sweat of hard work, Tajamul Islam returned home, only to pack her stuff and participate in the world kick-boxing championship to be held in Andria,
  • West Indian players celebrate their World T20 Victory

    West Indies beat England by four wickets to lift World T20 Title

    Carlos Brathwaite hit four consecutive sixes in the last over as the West Indies stunned England to lift the World Twenty20 title in Kolkata on Sunday.The Windies went into the last over needing 19 to win
  • West Indies players celebrate after beating India in the second semifinal in Mumbai on Thursday. AFP

    West Indies Beat India To Qualify For Final

    Late replacement Lendl Simmons led a charmed life to blast 82 not out and carry West Indies to a nail-biting seven-wicket win in the last over against India in the second semi-final of the World Twenty20 on Thursday.
  •  Sports Calendar Issued

    Sports Calendar Issued

    DC Bandipora Mr. Sajjad Hussain chaired a meeting organized by District youth services & Sports Officer Mr. Muzaffar Ahmad Tramboo to take stock of the strict implementation of the Sports calendar for year 2016 in district Bandipora.