The avalanche of cricket over two weeks split between Fatullah and Mirpur culminates in the Asia Cup title-decider on Saturday. The Sher-e-Bangla stadium will host Pakistan and Sri Lanka to decide the champions of Asia.
The poster boy of Pakistan cricket, Shahid Afridi, hit two blistering sixes in the final over to seal a nail-biting one-wicket victory over arch-rival India in one of the most-eagerly anticipated matches of the 2014 Asia Cup at Mirpur, Dhaka.
The Kaun Banega Crorepati host’s message to youngsters was, “You have the strength to make it (India) a world-class country. I hate it when people call it a third world country or a developing country.”
Resolution of the Kashmir problem is the only way to take the India-Pakistan relationship forward according to the former Pakistan cricket captain and president of Pakistan-Tehreek-e-Insaaf.Pak not fretting over Modi’s PM prospects
Pakistan selectors have dropped opening batsman Nasir Jamshed and leftarm spinner Abdul Rehman for this month's Twenty20 internationals against Afghanistan and Sri Lanka.
Ask Ankola what made Tendulkar stand out and he is certain that the Little Master was destined for greatness. Ankola says Sachin always gave his best. Firoz Mirza and Anand Sachar report
Wily spinner Saeed Ajmal took four wickets to fire Pakistan to a seven-wicket win over world number one South Africa in the first Test in Abu Dhabi on Thursday.
Pakistan spinner Saeed Ajmal has had to apologise to the national team's coach Dav Whatmore over seemingly innocuous remarks the player made in a television interview about having a foreign-born coach.
Pakistan regained control of the second test against Zimbabwe in the final session of the first day on Tuesday, breaking a 110-run stand between Hamilton Masakadza and captain Brendan Taylor and then reducing the host to 237-8 by stumps.
Pakistan took nine wickets in an extended morning session to beat Zimbabwe by 221 runs on the fifth day of the first Test at the Harare Sports Club on Saturday.
Fed up with repeated complaints from residents about the unhygienic living conditions and getting no response from the local municipality, Neemuch collector Narwal donned a pair of rubber boots and gloves and cleaned the clogged drains himself.
She addressed Shah Rukh Khan as ‘Shah Rukh uncle’ when she was an eight-year-old kid playing the role of his daughter in Kuch Kuch Hota hai. Sixteen years later, the 24-year-old wants to act as the 47-year-old’s leading lady.
A motorbike bomb targeting a Pakistani tribal elder allied to the government killed six people and wounded 11 in a northwestern town today, police said.
Remember the eight-year-old Anjali aka Sana Saeed playing a bubbly daughter to Rahul aka Shah Rukh Khan in the 1998 blockbuster, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai? Last year, Saeed made heads turn with her sizzling looks in Student of The Year.
As we await response from actor Shah Rukh Khan on recent allegations of sex determination of his reported surrogate child, here are some of the major controversies that the King Khan has encountered in his public life.
In Indore’s Rahul Gandhi Nagar, a plot of government land meant for a temple was used to build a reverse osmosis (RO) filtration plant.
For the minorities in Pakistan, life outside prison is just one degree less suffocating than that behind bars, as evidenced by the accounts of refugees, around 6,000, living in Indore. Saeed Khan reports.
Thousands of tourists flock to Madhya Pradesh every year to see the erotic sculptures of Khajuraho, the Buddhist stupas at Sanchi and the Bhimbetka rock shelters, but more often than not, lack of accurate information plays spoilsport.
On the face of it a tiny village in Khargone district seems an unlikely candidate for pioneering a revolution in street lighting. But Nemit, a hamlet in Bitangaon tehsil inhabited by some 1,000 people, is an exception.
And he is entitled to have a conversation about what it means to be Muslim in India without having his patriotism questioned. By now I am sure all of you are au fait with the latest controversy to erupt around the Badshah of...