• 8 soldiers killed in terrorist attack in Kashmir's Pulwama

    Eight soldiers have been killed and over 20 injured in a terrorist attack on a Central Reserve Police Force convoy in Pampore in Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama district.

  • Pakistani singer Amjad Sabri

    Pakistani singer Amjad Sabri shot dead

    Renowned Qawwal Amjad Sabri has been shot dead in Karachi, after unknown assailants fired at his vehicle in the city's Liaquatabad area.

  • Misbah ul Haq

    Misbah hopes for cricket's return

    Pakistan cricket captain Misbahul Haq hopes the upcoming Test series in England will help spur the return of international cricket to the South Asian nation after a seven-year absence due to security fears.

  • Younis unfazed by familiar foes

    Pakistan's top Test batsman Younis Khan has brushed aside the threat posed by England's in-form pace attack as his team prepares to return to the scene of an infamous spot-fixing scandal in 2010.

  • 'England ready for Pakistan'

    England Test skipper Alastair Cook believes his batsmen are well-prepared to deal with Pakistan's fiery attack next month after getting plenty of practice in the middle against a weakened Sri Lanka side.

  • Arthur vows to help Amir

    New Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur has promised to do everything in his power to help disgraced paceman Mohammad Amir realise his full potential after the bowler was granted a visa for the team's upcoming tour of England.

  • Amir granted UK visa

    Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Amir has been granted a UK visa and will travel with the team on June 18 for their tour of England and Ireland, the PCB announced on Thursday.

  • Pakistani woman torches daughter for marrying man of choice

    A woman in Pakistan has set her 18-year-old daughter to fire for marrying the man of her choice, police say.

  • All-out efforts on to hunt down killers: PM

    Pointing the finger at the BNP-Jamaat clique for all the recent secret killings in the country, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina says the intelligence and law enforcement agencies are out there to track down the culprits.

  • Protesters call for shutting Pakistan mission in Dhaka

    A group of protesters have demanded that the government shuts down Pakistan High Commission in Dhaka, alleging that the country is hatching conspiracy against Bangladesh.

  • Broad has no problems facing Amir

    Stuart Broad has insisted he won't have any issues playing against Mohammad Amir should the convicted spot-fixer make his Test return at Lord's next month.

  • ‘No negativity towards Amir’

    Mohammad Amir, the Pakistan pacer, is set for a return to the place where his career took an ill-fated turn. The left-arm quick is part of the squad that will tour England later in the month for a five-match Test series.

  • Aaqib rejects BCB offer

    Former Pakistan pace bowler Aaqib Javed refuses the role of the Bangladesh national cricket team's bowling coach, says BCB.

  • Aaqib turns down BCB offer

    Former Pakistan pace bowler Aaqib Javed refuses the role of Bangladesh's bowling coach.

  • War trial: Death warrant for Quasem reaches Dhaka jail

    The death warrant for war criminal Mir Quasem Ali reaches Dhaka Central Jail around half an hour after the international crimes tribunal issued the warrant.

  • Amir returns for Eng Tests

    Fast bowler Mohammad Amir has been named in Pakistan's Test squad to face England in a four-match series starting next month, six years after he received a spot-fixing ban against the same opponents.

  • BCB contacts Aaqib, forms new selection structure

    The Bangladesh Cricket Board has contacted Pakistan's former bowling coach Aaqib Javed for a possible role with the Bangladesh team, and has also approved proposals for an expanded selection setup.

  • Sultan of Swing turns 50

    The man who is recognized as one of the greatest fast bowlers in the history of cricket and ranked as the best bowler in one-day internationals of all time by Wisden reaches the 50-year milestone of his life today.

  • India may grant citizenship to Hindus from Bangladesh soon

    The home ministry of India is ready with draft amendments to citizenship law that will exempt minority citizens of Bangladesh and Pakistan who had gone to that country out of fear of religious prosecution from being tagged as "illegal migrants".

  • Tahir says Ramadan won't put him in a spin

    When Ramadan starts, Imran Tahir will begin juggling the demands of observing his Muslim faith and playing a full day of international cricket for a team sponsored by a beer company.

  • Terrorist attacks rise in Bangladesh in 2015: US report

    Terrorist attacks and the total number of deaths increased in Bangladesh in 2015, according to the US State Department.

  • ‘Fizz ahead of the pack’

    Mustafizur Rahman, Bangladesh left-arm seamer, might have missed the 2016 Indian Premier League Qualifier against Gujarat Lions on Friday (May 27) due to an injury, but he is well on way to becoming the best pacer in the world in limited-overs cricket.

  • Modi wishes best for Nawaz’s surgery

    Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has extended “best wishes” to his Pakistan counterpart Nawaz Sharif who will undergo an open-heart surgery.

  • Explained: Pakistan bill allowing husbands to 'lightly beat' their wives

    The Council of Islamic Ideology (CII) is deliberating on its proposed ‘model’ women’s protection bill, which allows a husband to ‘lightly’ beat his wife 'if needed' and prohibits mixing of the genders in schools, hospitals and offices.

  • Opinion: Nizami, Mojaheed were war heroes!

    Provincial assembly of Punjab in Pakistan did nothing wrong by passing a resolution recently seeking conferment of Nishan-e Pakistan on Jamaat-e-Islami leaders executed for the crimes against humanity during Bangladesh’s Liberation War in 1971. Its action is justified because Jamaat leaders had sided Pakistan occupational army to carry out genocide on Bangalis. Their goals were the same.

  • Shahid Afridi

    I'm available for Pakistan: Afridi

    Shahid Afridi says he would be available for Pakistan's tour of England this summer if required by his country.

  • Pakistanis drive MSC, Usha

    Pakistani recruit Aleem Belal strikes six goals including a hattrick to power Usha KC to a massive 9-0 win over Bangladesh SC in the Green Delta Insurance Premier Division Hockey League.

  • Army fitness camp benefitting Pak cricketers

    The Pakistan cricket team have been undergoing training at an army camp and cricketers Younis Khan and Sarfraz Ahmed have said that they are already reaping the rewards.

  • On This Day: Saeed Anwar smashes the record books

    Pakistan’s flamboyant opener, the left-handed Saeed Anwar etched his name into the record books when he broke the 13-year-old ODI landmark of 189 set by Vivian Richards on May 21, 1997 at Chennai's MA Chidambaram Stadium.

  • Shoaib advises Fizz

    Shoaib Akhtar offers some words of encouragement to Bangladesh left-arm pacer Mustafizur Rahman during the pre-match show for the game between Sunrisers Hyderabad and Delhi Daredevils.