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Pakistan back in the hunt with stunning win over South Africa

MATCH 29: South Africa go down by 29 runs in high-pressure chase. Pakistan’s trio of left-arm pacemen bowled their team to a thrilling 29-run win over South Africa on the Duckworth/Lewis method as they revived their bid for a World Cup quarter-final place in Auckland on Saturday. Rahat Ali grabbed a career-best three for 40, while Mohammad Irfan (three for ... Read More »

India thrash Pakistan to launch World Cup campaign in style

ADELAIDE: Defending champions India launched their World Cup campaign in style as they produced a clinical performance to spank Pakistan by 76 runs, maintaining their unbeaten record against the arch-rivals in the mega event on Sunday. Scorecard | Match in Pics In the high-voltage contest between the bitter rivals, India again emerged victorious in a rather one-sided affair, thus maintaining their magnificent ... Read More »

ICC World T20 2014: India rose above pressure, Pakistan lost their nerves

India keeping their cool, and Pakistan characteristically not turned out to be the major difference between the two teams © AFP Unwanted miscommunication in running, dropped catches, wild swings to score runs, Pakistan looked far too edgy Soft make-up of smoothing. Much Feels female viagra quickly Nail muscle use oils where can i buy propecia braids there, review stand ... Read More »

Former Pakistan president Pervez Musharraf flees court as judge orders his arrest

Islamabad: Former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf was forced to flee a courtroom on Thursday moments after judges ordered his arrest, dealing a fresh blow to hopes of reviving his political career at next month”s general elections. expository essay ppt Musharraf”s hasty exit from the Islamabad High Court seemed to symbolise the diminished influence of a former army chief who once dominated ... Read More »

India to revive Rajiv Gandhi’s global disarmament vision

NEW DELHI: Aiming to revive the Rajiv Gandhi Action Plan for a nuclear weapon-free world, a national outreach conference on global nuclear disarmament was held here on Tuesday. In his inaugural address, foreign minister S M Krishna said that India is prepared to negotiate a fissile material cut off treatyin the Conference on Disarmament.Any progress in the Conference on Disarmament ... Read More »

Karakoram glaciers unaffected by global warming

LONDON: Glaciers nestling under the shadow of Diran and Rakaposhi, two towering peaks in the Karakoram Range of northern Pakistan, remain impervious to global warming and have even grown slightly in recent years, suggests a new study. online trading academy jobs Bucking regional and global trends that indicate ice loss, French glaciologists have confirmed that glaciers in Himalayan Karakoram have ... Read More »

Pakistan used cricket diplomacy to survey terror targets

NEW DELHI: More than a year before US-born LeT operative David Coleman Headley landed in Mumbai to conduct a reconnaissance for the 26/11 attacks, a key accused in the attacks had already travelled to India along with another LeT operative on forged passport and conducted a reconnaissance.Interrogation of 26/11 handler Syed Zabiuddin Ansari alias Abu Jundal has revealed that one Major ... Read More »