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  Sangakkara’s fifty helps Sri Lanka build solid lead

COLOMBO: Kumar Sangakkara cracked his 50th Test half-century as Sri Lanka consolidated their lead on the fourth day of the series-deciding second Test against South Africa on Sunday. The elegant left-hander hit eight fours in his 90-ball 72 to take S...

  Sri Lanka extend lead in South Africa Test

COLOMBO: Sri Lanka lost three quick wickets but managed to extend their lead on the fourth day of the series-deciding second Test against South Africa on Sunday. At lunch, Sri Lanka were 108-3, taking their overall lead to 247 runs with seven wickets...

  Le Clos retains 200m butterfly title in GWC

GLASGOW: South Africa´s Olympic champion Chad le Clos survived a freak accident to retain his Commonwealth Game 200m butterfly title on Saturday in a Games record of 1min 55:07sec. Grant Irvine took silver for Australia, while South Africa also claim...

  England´s Peaty beats Olympic champ to gold

GLASGOW: England´s Adam Peaty claimed Commonwealth gold in the men´s 100m breaststroke in a new Games record time of 58:94sec in Glasgow on Saturday. The 19-year-old edged out Olympic champion Cameron van der Burgh of South Africa into silver. And Sc...

  Australian Shelley trumps Africans for marathon win

GLASGOW: Australian Michael Shelley produced a stunning final 8km to trump a favoured east African field and claim gold in the men´s marathon at the Commonwealth Games on Sunday. Shelley, who finished 16th in the London Olympics, clocked a personal b...

  Peshawar two Eids tradition to continue this year also

PESHAWAR: A meeting of the local Ruet Hilal committee has been called at Masjid Qasim Ali Khan on Sunday evening giving rise to the possibility of maintaining the tradition of celebrating two Eids in the city. Sources add, that Mufti Shahabuddin has ...

  Younis hopeful Pakistan will be victorious in Sri Lanka

LAHORE: Waqar Younis, Head Coach of the Pakistan cricket team says he is overwhelmed with the way the players have responded during ongoing training camp. Younis lauded how each players has made ‘fitness’ a top priority. He will be flying to Sri Lank...

  Rawalpindi: Rain with thunder, lightening forecast in next 24 hours

RAWALPINDI: Strong winds followed by heavy rain wreaked havoc in different parts of the city with several low lying areas inundated in knee-deep water. A 13 year old boy lost his life when the roof of his mud hut collapsed on Adiala Road. The Meteoro...

  Mobile tech reshaping the health sector

WASHINGTON: Your smartphone is not only your best friend, it´s also become your personal trainer, coach, medical lab and maybe even your doctor. "Digital health" has become a key focus for the technology industry, from modest startups´ focus on apps ...

  Karachi garment factory fire extinguished

KARACHI: A garment factory located in the Quaidabad area of the city caught fire on Saturday. Eight fire tenders were rushed to the factory to extinguish the fire. Fire brigade officials said the fire erupted on the second floor of the factory and pe...

  Defence Secretary Lt. Gen Asif Yasin to complete tenure Sunday

ISLAMABAD: The Defence Ministry is mulling over names for the appointment of Defence Secretary as the current secretary Lt.Gen Asif Yasin Malik completes his tenure Sunday. Sources said that names of Corps Commander Gujranwala Lt. Gen Muzammil Hussai...

  Amla century lone bright spot for South Africa

COLOMBO: Hashim Amla struck his first century as South Africa´s Test captain in a lonely battle against Sri Lankan spinners on the third day of the second and final Test Saturday. Amla showed characteristic grit in making an unbeaten 119 off 300 ball...

  Pakistan's Shah Hussain reaches men’s judo finals

GLASGOW: Pakistan’s Shah Hussain has reached the men’s judo finals in the 100kg category in the Commonwealth Games in Scotland. Shah defeated New Zealand’s Tim Slyfield in today’s semifinal, and will contend for the gold medal against Scotland’s own ...

  Zoe Smith claims gold in women's 58kg weightlifting

GLASGOW: Zoe Smith got the better of Welsh veteran Michaela Breeze to claim gold in the women's 58kg weightlifting in Glasgow. Smith trailed Breeze by a single kilo after the snatch part of the competition in which the Commonwealth Games record was b...

  Common Wealth Games: Pakistan’s Shah Hussain qualifies for judo final

GLASGOW: Pakistan’s Shah Hussain Shah has qualified for Judo Finals in Common Wealth Games. Shah defeated New Zealand’s player in semifinal and Australian player in quarterfinal. He will face Scottish player Christopher in the final....

  Sri Lanka on top despite Amla ton

COLOMBO: Captain Hashim Amla struck a gritty 139 not out but failed to stop Sri Lanka from taking the driver´s seat in the second and final Test against South Africa on Saturday. Amla, 31, batted for more than eight hours to frustrate the Sri Lankan ...

  Pakistan’s Hussain secures silver medal in men’s judo

GLASGOW: Pakistan’s Shah Hussain Shah obtained a silver medal in the 100kg category of the men’s judo event in the Commonwealth Games in Scotland. Shah Hussain was defeated in the final by Scotland’s own Euwan Burton on Saturday. He earlier beat New ...

  Canada´s Bezzoubenko wins five golds in Glasgow

GLASGOW: Canada´s Patricia Bezzoubenko was crowned queen of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow on Saturday, completing a five gold medal haul in rhythmic gymnastics while the undisputed king Usain Bolt was arriving for Jamaican relay duty. Bezzoubenko...

  Bad weather seen as probable cause of Air Algerie crash

PARIS BAMAKO: Poor weather was the most likely cause of the crash of an Air Algerie flight in the West African country of Mali that killed all 118 people on board said French officials said. Investigators at the scene of the crash in northern Mali co...

  Balochistan govt announces 5 Eid holidays

QUETTA: After announcing a day off on July 28, the number of official holidays by the Balochistan government has rose to five on account of Eid-ul-Fitr while the other provinces will observe a four-day holiday, media reported. According to a notifica...


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