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Saeed Ajmal extended elbow by 40 degrees during testing

Ajmal had an average elbow extension of more than twice the allowable limit during testing of his bowling action. Photo: AP/File

Suspended Pakistan off-spinner Saeed Ajmal had an average elbow extension of more than twice the allowable limit during testing of his bowling action in Australia last month.

Pakistan: Sarabjit Singh case hearing begins again

A Pakistani court on Wednesday summoned prosecution witnesses in the murder case of Indian prisoner Sarabjit Singh who was killed in a brutal assault by other inmates in a high-security jail here last

Lahore Lions granted visa to take part in Champions League T20

Mohammad Hafeez

Pakistan’s domestic Twenty20 champions the Lahore Lions received their Indian visas Monday, ending doubts over their participation in the Champions League as captain Mohammad Hafeez vowed to spread lo

Nearly 90 dead, Army called in

Nearly 90 people have been killed in torrential monsoon rains that wreaked havoc across Pakistan as flash floods swept through villages, prompting authorities to call in Army troops for flood relief d

Case against PM Nawaz Sharif challenged

Three Pakistani federal ministers on Friday challenged a sessions court’s decision to register a murder case against Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, his brother Punjab chief minister Shahbaz and 19 other

Three killed in Pakistan blasphemy row

Pakistani police officials gather beside the smoke-charred house of an Ahmadi Muslim resident. AFP

An angry mob in Pakistan torched an Ahmadi Muslim minority neighbourhood killing a woman and two girls in a row over blasphemy, the police said Monday, in the latest attack on one of the country’s mos

The spiritual world has known so many wonderful mystics and most of them have been men.

When our public sector is much in news whether it involves privatisation or disinvestment, it is worth recalling whether they are good corporate citizens, especially when they are monopolies.