• Tanveer Hussain

    Trump Shocker: 2 Kashmiri Athletes Denied US Visa

    Two Kashmiri athletes have been reportedly denied visa by the United States of America. The sportspersons were scheduled to participate in snow-shoe championship in New York on February 25, 2017.
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    Afridi backs Sarfraz to captain Pakistan in all formats

    Former T20I captain Shahid Afridi on Monday backed current T20I captain Sarfraz Ahmed to captain Pakistan in all three formats.Afridi was speaking at the inauguration ceremony of the recently renovated Mass Communication Department
  • Parvez Rasool receives his India cap before the T20I against England. (Source: BCCI)

    Parvez Rasool makes T20I debut for India

    Just three days back, Parvez Rasool was at his home in Kashmir when he received a call that he has to report to Kanpur as he has been picked for the Indian T20I team that will play against England on Thursday.
  • JK Tourism Snowshoe Championship Held at Gulmarg

    JK Tourism Snowshoe Championship Held at Gulmarg

    SnowShoe Federation of India and Department of Tourism, Kashmir organized JK Tourism SnowShoe Championship at Gulmarg, on last Sunday.The newly introduced tourism specific sports activity that was introduced in Kashmir last season
  • Kashmir’s Star footballer Ashfaq Ahmad

    Kashmir’s international footballer asked to teach singing, dancing; Feels ‘humiliated’

    Kashmir’s Star footballer Ashfaq Ahmad has reportedly quit his job as a physical education Teacher in Jammu and Kashmir government after, according to media reports, he was asked to teach dancing, singing to the students for which he felt humiliated.
  • Mohammad Nawaz (L) and Mohammad Rizwan talk during the ODI against Australia in Brisbane. ─ AFP

    Australia beat Pakistan by 92 runs in first ODI at Brisbane

    Australia beat Pakistan by 92 runs in the first One Day International (ODI) at Brisbane's Gabba Stadium on Friday.Australia set up a meaty total for Pakistan as former adversaries Matthew Wade and Glenn Maxwell combined for a vital sixth-wicket
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    Azharuddin to file nominations for HCA president

    Mohammad Azharuddin, the former India captain, has confirmed that he will be filing the nomination for Hyderabad Cricket Association's president on Tuesday (January 10).
  • Australia's captain Steve Smith holds the trophy as he poses with team mates on the Sydney Cricket Ground after winning the Third Test cricket match against Pakistan. REUTERS

    Australia crush Pakistan to sweep Test series

    Australia clinched a series clean sweep with an emphatic 220-run win over Pakistan in the third Test in Sydney on Saturday.The tourists were all out shortly before tea on the final day for 244 chasing 465 runs with paceman Josh Hazlewood and spin
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    MS Dhoni quits as captain of ODI and T20 teams

    MS Dhoni stepped down as the captain of India’s limited-overs sides but he will be available for the selection for the upcoming England ODI and T20I series starting January 15, tweeted BCCI.
  • Azhar Ali

    Azhar, Younus stall Australia on day two of Sydney Test

    Pakistan's Azhar Ali and Younus Khan forged a 120-run partnership to stall a rampant Australia on day two of the third and final Test on Wednesday after a Peter Handscomb century had helped drive the hosts to 538-8 declared.
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    SC removes Thakur as BCCI president

     Cracking the whip on a defiant BCCI, the Supreme Court on Monday removed its president Anurag Thakur and secretary Ajay Shirke, saying they should "forthwith cease and desist from" the board's work.
  • Nathan Lyon celebrates with his team-mates after dismissing Misbah-ul-Haq, Australia v Pakistan, 2nd Test, 5th day, Melbourne, December 30, 2016 PHOTO: AFP

    Australia defeat Pakistan to clinch series at MCG

    Mitchell Starc shone with bat and ball as Australia dismissed Pakistan for 163 to secure an innings and 18 run victory in the second Test on Friday, the win giving the hosts an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series.
  • Australia's batsman Steve Smith plays a shot against Pakistan on the fourth day of the second cricket Test match in Melbourne .— AFP

    Smith century gives Australia narrow lead

     Skipper Steve Smith scored his 17th Test century to give Australia a 22-run lead over Pakistan as rain again disrupted play in the second Test in Melbourne on Thursday.
  •  Azhar Ali hit the highest score by a Pakistan batsman in Australia on the third day of the second Test at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

    Azhar hits 205 for Pakistan before Aussies make solid start

    Azhar Ali hit the highest score by a Pakistan batsman in Australia on the third day of the second Test at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.Azhar overtook Majid Khan’s previous highest score of 158.
  • Shahid Afridi

    Will not ask PCB for farewell match,Afridi vows

    The matter of Shahid Afridi's retirement from T20 internationals took another turn on Sunday when the former T20 captain said he would not ask the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to give him a farewell match.