Pakistani fast bowler Mohammad Amir showed no signs of rustiness as he made his return after a five-year spot-fixing ban on Friday, bagging three wickets in his first spell in competitive cricket since 2010.
One of India's most wanted man, LeT operations commander and a key planner of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi led a luxurious life and fathered a child while he remained in confines of high-security Adiala jail in Rawalpindi, reports said on Friday.
Voetrs in Indian Kashmir turned out in large numbers under tight security Tuesday as Prime Minister Narendra Modi`s Hindu nationalist party tried to win power for the first time in the tense Muslim-majority state.
Sachin Tendulkar's awe-inspiring career, which lasted more than two decades, would have been incomplete had he not been a part of the 2011 World Cup winning Indian cricket team, feels Pakistani pace legend Wasim Akram.
Pakistan is developing sea-based missiles and expanding its interest in tactical nuclear warheads to give it a "second-strike" capability if a catastrophic nuclear attack destroyed all its land-based weapons, according to a media report on Sunday.
Angry Pakistani airline passengers have forced two lawmakers off a plane for delaying its departure by almost two hours, sparking a passionate debate about the country`s so-called `VIP culture` after footage was posted online.
Pakistan`s political stalemate continued amid political discussions by the government to find a solution and protest leaders Imran Khan and Tahir-ul-Qadri refusing to give up until Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif resigns.
Former Pakistan fast bowler and current coach of the UAE team Aaqib Javed, who is an enthusiastic proponent of the Test format, has said that he thinks the Pakistan Cricket Board ( PCB) should try Day-Night Tests in the UAE.
The leader of a Pakistani Islamist organisation that was labelled a terror group and slapped with economic sanctions by the United States denied having any links to militancy on Thursday and vowed to hold protests.
Two Pakistani brothers, who spent two years in jail for cannibalism in 2011, were on Wednesday sentenced to 12 years rigorous imprisonment by an anti- terrorism court in a fresh human flesh eating case that shocked the nation.