LAHORE: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has decided to set up an eight-day training camp for the upcoming Asia Cup starting from September 3. According to the proposed schedule, the players will undergo physical training in the morning session, whereas in the afternoon session, they will work on their batting, bowling and fielding skills at the […]
NEW DELHI: Arch-rivals India and Pakistan will face off in Dubai after drawing the same group for this year’s Asia Cup, the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) announced on late on Tuesday. The two big guns play each other on Sept 19 in Dubai, the first time they will face off in the UAE since 2006. […]
DUSHANBE, June 19 (APP): Pakistan and Tajikistan Tuesday agreed to further strengthen their relations by adopting measures to take bilateral trade to US $ 500 million per annum, immediate revival of air links and early implementation of CASA-1000 (Central Asia South Asia) electricity project. The two sides reached this agreement during talks between President Mamnoon […]
LAHORE;Pakistani team defeated Malaysia by 147 runs in Women’s Twenty20 Asia Cup played at Kinrara Academy Oval, Kuala Lumpur.Pakistani women team decided to bat first and set a target of 177 in 20 overs at the loss of 5 wickets.The captain of Pakistani team Bismah Maroof performed her best and scored 62. On the other […]
LAHORE;Pakistani team has defeated Sri Lanka by 23 runs in Women s Twenty20 Asia Cup played at kinrara academy oval, Kuala Lumpur today (Wednesday) on June 6.The match started on 09:30 am Pakistan Standard Time (PST), Pakistani women team decided to bat first.Pakistan scored 136 in 20 overs at the loss of 4 wickets.The captain of […]
Visit of the US Acting assistant Secretary of State for South & Central Asia Islamabad: (Asghar Ali Mubarak) Ambassador Alice G. Wells, Acting Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asian Affairs, met the Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua today at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. This is Ambassador Wells second visit to Pakistan this year […]
By ; Asghar Ali Mubarak, February, 19, 2018 Islamabad:Mr.Steven Butler the Asia program coordinator committee to protect journalists ,visited National Press Club Islamabad and talk to media representative of different Media organisations in detailed discussion with senior journalist .President National Press Club Islamabad Mr.Tariq Choudgary briefed the audience about hurdles facing media community.
Islamabad: (Asghar ALi Mubarak) Chairman Mixed Martial arts RAJA Khalid giving the MMA award to Asghar Ali Mubarak founder President south Asia Sports Journalists Association at Victory Fights Night at Model Town Lahore president Mma shafique awan is also there.
Islamabad (Asghar Ali Mubarak) The Foreign Minister Khwaja Muhammad Asif strongly condemned the continuing barbarism of the Indian occupation forces to suppress the legitimate Kashmiri struggle for the realization of the right to self determination by inhuman tactics including torture, arbitrary arrests, and extra-judicial killings. India again violated the right of the Kashmiris for assembly […]
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will go to Myanmar and accompany President Donald Trump on his visit to Asia, the State Department said in a statement Thursday. Tillerson will travel to Tokyo November 5 through 7 with the president and participate in bilateral talks between Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. Tillerson and […]
By AFP BEIJING, CHINA: Taiwan’s giant step towards allowing same-sex marriage has reverberated across Asia, but activists warn the fight for equality isn’t over in a region where gay sex remains illegal in some countries. Challenges to an Asia-wide embrace of same-sex unions were highlighted by this week’s caning of two Indonesian men as punishment […]
KARACHI (Yes News) – Road accidents have earned Pakistan a dubious distinction as the country has the worst road traffic accident rate in Asia. Pakistan is first in terms of number of road accidents in Asia while ranked 48th in the world. This was also revealed in the programme that at least 51,400 people were killed […]