Kiwi Cricketer Chris Cairns Paralyzed during heart surgery

New Zealand Cricketer Chris Cairns paralyzed

WELLINGTON: (Web Desk) Former New Zealand all-rounder Chris Cairns has been left paralyzed in his legs after suffering a stroke during a heart operation, his family has confirmed. Media reports say Cairns needed emergency surgery at a Sydney hospital earlier this month and was briefly on life support. In a statement, his family said he would now begin a “significant …

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Pakistan favourite to Win the T20 WC

Pakistan favourite for T20 World Cup

KARACHI: (Web Desk) Pakistan is one of the favourite cricket teams for this year’s T20 World Cup to be played in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Oman. Pakistan cricket team’s all-rounder Imad Wasim said this in an interview. Wasim hoped conditions in UAE will be suitable for Pakistan. “We are favourites because UAE conditions will suit us as a …

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Pakistan All Out for 217 at Jmaica Test

Pak-WI Test match

Web Desk— With a disappointing start, Pakistan finished its first innings for just 217 in the final session of the first day of the opening Test against West Indies at Sabina Park in Jamaica on Thursday. Fawad Alam remained top scorer with 56 in an innings which saw the tourists lose their last five wickets for 31 runs. Faheem Ashraf …

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Why I Failed at Tokyo Olympics? Arshad Nadeem

Arshad Nadeem: Pakistan's medal hope at Tokyo Olympics 2020

Web Desk — Pakistan’s top javelin thrower Arshad Nadeem explains the reasons he belives are responsible for his failure at Tokyo Olympics. Arsad said his body did not respond properly and that upset him during the finals. “There were two major reasons for my bad performance in the finals. It was very hot. And the other reason was my body …

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Neeraj Chopra Sad for Arshad Nadeem

Indian Javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra

Web Desk — Neeraj Chopra, the Indian javelin thrower, who won a gold medal at Tokyo Olympics 2020 expresses best wishes for his Pakistani rival Arshad Nadeem. Talking to the Indian TV channel Chopra said it would have been much better had Arshad Nadeem won the medal too. It would have elevated Asia’s name in the world. Neeraj Chopra won …

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Arshad Nadeem: Pakistan’s Only Medal Hope at Olympics

Arshad Nadeem: Pakistan's medal hope at Tokyo Olympics 2020

Web Desk — Pakistan’s Jevelin thrower Arshad Nadeem becomes the only hope of the country to get a medal at Tokyo Olympics 2020. The 24-year-old has already qualified for the Javelin throw final as he topped in Group B with an 85.16m throw. The athletes were to throw at least 83.50m to get into the final. German athlete Johannes Vetter …

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Third Pakistan-West Indies T20I Abandoned due to Rain

Pak West Indies third T20I cancelled

Web Desk – The third Twenty20 International (T20I) between Pakistan and West Indies was abandoned due to rain on Sunday. Pakistan already has a one-nil lead in 4 T20I series. The fourth and final T20I battle will be fought at the same Providence Stadium in Guyana on August 3. In the third T20I West Indian skipper Kieron Pollard had won …

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Tokyo Olympics: Pakistani Athletes Worst Performance

Pakistani athletes worst performance at Tokyo Olympics

Web Desk — Pakistani athletes’ worst performance at Tokyo Olympics has won zero medal but lots of shame at Tokyo Olympics so far. It is quite shameful that in just a few days half of the Pakistani athletes are out of the event even without qualifying for the medal round. Gulfam Jeseph was the first Pakistani to get the exit …

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The Tokyo 2020 opens with some best gaming tunes

Tokyo Olympics start

Web Desk — Tokyo Olympic games started with a colourful inauguration ceremony. Due to coronavirus no spectators in the stadium and athletes from the participating countries were welcomed in a crowed-free arena. In the opening ceremony tunes from famous video games were played. Well-known songs from franchises like Dragon Quest, Final Fantasy, Kingdom Hearts, Phantasy Star, and more were played. …

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Why Younis Khan left the batting-coach job?

Pakistani cricketer Younis Khan

LAHORE: (Web Desk) Pakistan Cricket team’s batting coach Younis Khan has left the team with what media reported the consent of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). A statement released by the PCB says men’s national cricket team’s batting coach Younis Khan and the cricket board mutually agreed to part ways. Younis was appointed last year in November on a two-year contract …

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