A resident of Jammu district who was wounded in Pakistan shelling Oct 6 succumbed to his injuries here late Monday night
Former Pakistan Test batsman and current national selector Wajahatullah Wasti has been released on bail after spending time in jail for assaulting his step brother
Set to make a return to the Australian cricket squad against Pakistan for the first Test in Dubai, pacer Peter Siddle said yesterday that he has gained five kg which has helped him regain the speed coach Darren Lehmann demands from his fast bowlers
Misbah's men take on Australia in first Test at Dubai on Wednesday
While the fire exchange continues, no casualties have been reported
Skipper Michael Clarke failed again as Australia lost a four-day warmup game against Pakistan 'A' by 153 runs in Sharjah on Saturday
Pakistani troops violated the ceasefire twice by firing on forward posts along the LoC and International Border in Poonch and Jammu districts, drawing retaliation from the Army
Pakistan Army has resorted to unprovoked overnight firing at Indian positions on the Line of Control (LoC) in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir, defence sources said
Pakistani troops violated the ceasefire twice by firing with small arms and automatic weapons on Indian posts along the LoC in Poonch district, drawing retaliation from the Army
Former chairman of the PCB doesn't appear to have forgotten his three-year-old dispute with flamboyant allrounder as he said that the former captain didn't deserve to be in the national team
Pakistan's suspended off-spinner, Saeed Ajmal yesterday for the first time bowled with his revamped action under the supervision of Saqlain Mushtaq
The Pakistan cricket team got some good news today when experienced all-rounder Muhammad Hafeez, who missed the three ODIs after splitting the webbing of his hand during practice, was cleared to play the two-Test series against Australia
Goalkeeper, the hero of Indian men hockey team's gold winning performance in the Incheon, said watching the video of Pakistan's semi-final win over Malaysia via penalty shootout helped him
Defending champions India thrashed arch-rivals Pakistan 6-0 in the third pool match of the fourth Sultan of Johor Cup played at the Taman Daya Hockey Stadium here Wednesday
Asad Shafiq geared up for the upcoming Test series against Australia by hitting a century in a four-day practice match between Pakistan 'A' and the tourists in Sharjah yesterday
Pakistan's cricket chief Tuesday blasted an "irresponsible" Shahid Afridi for creating confusion around the team captaincy and said the popular big-hitting all-rounder could face disciplinary action
It will be over-the-top to say that one player merely reading a book on the mental aspect of sports helped India beat Pakistan to a hockey gold medal at the recent Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea recently.
Injury-plagued Australian captain Michael Clarke Tuesday refused to declare himself fully fit for the forthcoming two-match Test series against Pakistan in the UAE, saying he still had "a long way to go"
What was more exciting for India? That an Indian was a joint recipient of this year’s Nobel Peace Prize (with Pakistan) or the chance to use your politics to slam the winners and find as many reasons as possible to prove that these winners were unworthy?
A domestic Pakistani pacer Umaid Asif has been banned for one-year after failing an anti-doping test by the country's cricket board