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Sean Williams, Sibanda propel Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe’s Sean Williams hits a boundary against Pakistan during the second and final T20 International— AFP

Sean Williams struck his maiden fifty to lift Zimbabwe to 175/3 in the second Twenty20 international against Pakistan at Gaddafi Stadium on Sunday.

Afridi’s men bring victory, smiles

Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi tosses a coin ahead of the first T20 match against Zimbabwe. — AFP

Pakistan celebrated international cricket’s return after six years with a five-wicket win against Zimbabwe in the first Twenty20 international at a packed Gaddafi Stadium on Friday.

Pakistan, Zimbabwe seek T20 improvement

Zimbabwe captain Elton Chigumbura (left) and his Pakistan counterpart Shahid Afridi pose with the series trophy—AFP

Pakistan and Zimbabwe will seek to improve their limited over performances in the first of two Twenty20 matches held in Lahore Friday, in the first internationals on home soil for the hosts since 2009

Pakistan vs Zimbabwe: Cricket returns to Pakistan

A Pakistani commando takes position outside the Gaddafi Cricket Stadium in Lahore on Monday. (Photo: PTI)

The last time a Test-level cricket team visited Pakistan, seven Sri Lankan players went home with bullet and shrapnel wounds after RPG and machine gun-wielding militants ambushed their team bus in Lah

Zimbabwe arrive amid tight security in Pakistan

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Pakistani security personnel escort buses carrying the Zimbabwe and Pakistani cricket teams as they leave a practice session at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore on Tuesday (Photo: AFP)

Pakistan clerics: Suicide attacks ‘un-Islamic’

At least 200 religious scholars in Pakistan have issued a fatwa terming suicide attacks as “un-Islamic” and said the Islamic governments are bound to crush rebel groups like the Taliban, ISIS and Al Q

Pak vs Zimbabwe series: Tickets go on sale in Pakistan

A worker cleans seats at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore on Saturday. (Photo: AP)

Tickets went on sale in Pakistan Saturday for next week’s cricket series against Zimbabwe, days after a major militant attack put the visit — the first by a Test playing nation in six years — in doubt

Pak court disqualifies Imran party lawmaker

An election tribunal in Pakistan on Tuesday disqualified an Opposition lawmaker from Imran Khan’s party and imposed a life time ban on him from contesting elections, for not disclosing his assets befo

Pakistan court seeks reply on threat to Lakhvi

A Pakistani anti-terrorism court on Wednesday sought a reply from the Islamabad police chief about alleged security threats to 2008 Mumbai attack mastermind Zaki-ur Rehman Lakhvi.

LeT founder claims Lakhvi ‘innocent’

Claiming that Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi is innocent, chief of the banned Jamaat-ud-Dawa, Hafiz Saeed, said on Monday that India is trying to pressurise Pakistan through the UN and the US to punish Lakhvi

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