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Northern Knights and Mumbai Indians favourites to qualify

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RAIPUR: If Northern Knights win their last match, against Mumbai Indians, they are through to the tournament proper having won all their qualifiers. If Northern Knights lose their final match, they need Southern Express to beat Lahore Lions for ...

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PHF sells marketing rights of Johar Town Hockey Stadium

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LAHORE: The Management Committee of the Johar Town Hockey Stadium has sold the stadium’s ...

POA ethics committee to decide lifting of ban on PHF secretary Mujahid

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* Letter to be written to IOC for granting affiliation to Pakistan Athletics and Cycling ...

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Ajmal opts out of T20 Cup to work on action with Saqlain

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LAHORE: Suspended off-spinner Saeed Ajmal has withdrawn from the ...

POA general council rejects two-tenure restriction

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ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Olympic Association (POA) general council has unanimously rejected the two-tenure restriction clause of the contentious National Sports Policy. "It has been decided by the house that the POA is neither affiliated with the Pakistan Sports Board (PSB) nor does it intend to ...

PCB vows to put in own system to catch illegal actions at an early stage

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The appointment of a former senior diplomat, Shaharyar Khan, as chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has widely been regarded as a positive step towards establishment of an organisation which is based up on principles of good governance and one that promotes and values merit at all levels. ...

Razzaq backs Afridi as limited-overs captain

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KARACHI: Pakistan’s out-of-favour all-rounder Abdul Razzaq has once again spoken out in favour of appointing Shahid Afridi as the captain of the national one-day and Twenty20 teams before the 2015 World Cup. Razzaq, who is these days playing league cricket in England, said that the Pakistan ...

South Africa vows to crack down on ball-tampering by its players

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JOHANNESBURG: Cricket South Africa (CSA) is concerned about its national players gaining notoriety for ball-tampering and vowed not to tolerate such behaviour. At its Annual General Meeting (AGM) held on Sunday, CSA board member Vusi Pikoli, a leading figure in South Africa’s legal industry, ...

Five for Roach as Bangladesh struggle again in Caribbean

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GROS ISLET: Bangladesh continued to struggle on their tour of the Caribbean as they ended the second day of the second and final Test against West Indies trailing by 276 runs with just three first innings wickets remaining. After their 10-wicket loss in the first Test, the tourists were hoping to ...

Malik likely to be named for Australia series, World Cup probables list

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KARACHI: Pakistan all-rounder Shoaib Malik is likely to be given another chance at reviving his international career when the national selectors name the squad for the upcoming series against Australia and the list of probables for the 2015 World Cup. A well-informed source close to the national ...

Real Madrid humbled in derby but Chelsea on fire

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LONDON: Stuttering Real Madrid lost in the derby as La Liga titleholders Atletico Madrid gained a modicum of revenge for their Champions League final defeat while Manchester United are up and running even if Paris St Germain are yet to hit their stride.Spain: Real Madrid’s early-season woes ...

Anelka joins Mumbai in new Indian Super League

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MUMBAI: Nicolas Anelka has become the latest high-profile name to sign up for the inaugural Indian Super League (ISL) after the Mumbai franchise announced the signing of the former French striker on Monday. The 35-year-old, who has played for a host of English Premier League clubs including ...

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