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Wounded Tiger

As in many countries, the game of cricket is fundamentally bound up with national identity. In the context of Pakistan, celebrated author and leading political columnist Peter Oborne charts the genesis of cricket in the […]

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Pakistan’s Domestic Cricket 

Everything related to Pakistan cricket always has more questions than answers. There are heaps of reasons why Pakistan isn’t producing the players it once did. Why are the ODI and T20 teams way behind the […]

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Cricket Comes Home!

by Wasim Abid   On September 12, 13 and 15 Pakistan witnessed the return of International Cricket on its home soil. A group of 14 players from across the world represented an International Cricket Council […]

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Conquering the Odds

by Ali Gauhar   “I used to think that Pakistan were the most interesting team in the history of sport. I now realise that they’re the most interesting team in the history of mankind. Their […]

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Pakistan Cricket on the Victory Stand

by Asmatullah Niazi Senior Broadcast Journalist, PTV World  (asmatniazi@gmail.com) He covered cricket from 1995 to 2003     The Pakistan cricket team has always been called unpredictable because of its track record. In the winter […]

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The Modern Magic of Sports

by Haider Ali Daud Khan Haider.daud@strawberry-global.com The author is the Founder & CEO of Strawberry Sports Management (www.strawberry-global.com)   Sports is a rapidly growing global industry yet many countries may not realize its true potential. […]

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The Impact of a Wagging Tail

by Nomaan Qazi Gone are the days when batting used to be a show of only the top six men in the team line-up and the remaining five used to be mere roll-overs. Those were […]

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by Emaad Khan   The Australian open final marked a historic match between two legends of the sport. On one side of the court was Roger Federer, at the age of 35, coming back after […]