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Sarfraz should remain quiet on Pak team management's decision, says Rashid
Ani News

Sarfraz Ahmed should remain quiet on Pakistan team management'...

Karachi: Former Pakistani skipper Rashid Latif has advised wicketkeeper-batsman Sarfraz Ahmed to remain silent on the team management's decisions, adding that it is his best strategy as well as strength. He praised him for performing well in T20 and ..., 2 days ago

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Ani News

Latif demands Srinavasan's resignation

Former captain calls on ICC to implement a zero-tolerance policy. PHOTO: FILE/AFP KARACHI: Former Pakistan captain Rashid Latif has called for the resignation of International Cricket Council (ICC) Chairman N Srinavasan after his IPL franchise ...
 The Express Tribune2 weeks ago Rashid Latif wants Indo-Pak day-night Test  Asian Age1 month ago Rashid Latif urges India, Pakistan for day-night games for Tests' survival  Ani News1 month ago Don't lose hope yet, Rashid Latif tells Pakistan  Business Recorder1 month ago
Deccan Chronicle

Rashid Latif bats for India-Pakistan Tests under lights

3/8 Manoj Tiwary: He has been in and out of the Indian team for a long time now. In between, an injury sidelined him for months. But the right-handed batsman is back in the fray. Though a limited overs specialist, he worships Don Bradman style of ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago Rashid Latif Wants Pakistan, India to Bat for Day-Night Tests  NDTV1 month ago Pakistan-India day-night Tests would pump life into cricket: Latif  DAWN Group1 month ago Rashid Latif suggests Pakistan, India day-night clashes for Tests' survival  HT Syndication1 month ago
Pakistan Observer

Pakistan capable of making 5-0 clean-sweep against SL: Rashid

- Karachi—Former skipper Rashid Latif has said that Pakistan is capable of making a clean-sweep in the five-match One-day International series against Sri Lanka. If Pakistan carry forward the momentum they picked from the final Test and first ...
 Pakistan Observer2 weeks ago Defensive mindset cost Pakistan: former players  The Express Tribune2 weeks ago Rashid Latif prediction about Pakistan cricket team  The News Tribe2 weeks ago Pakistan can clean sweep experience-less Sri Lanka: Rashid Latif  The Express Tribune2 weeks ago

Sub-continental Boards should think about night Tests: Latif

f India | Karachi July 1, 2015 Last Updated at 22:02 IST Former Pakistan captain Rashid Latif today asked cricket authorities in South Asian region to seriously think about staging day-night Test matches at night for the survival of the five-day format.
 Business Standard1 month ago

GCC chief discusses Yemen developments with UN envoy

Riyadh - MENA Secretary General of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Abdel Latif bin Rashid Al Zayany has discussed with UN Special Envoy for Yemen Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed the latest developments in Yemen. The meeting dwelt on beefing up ...
 Arabstoday.net1 week ago GCC regrets over Yemen talks failure  Gulf Time UAE1 month ago GCC expresses sorrow over failure of Yemeni talks in Geneva  Arabstoday.net1 month ago GCC Secretary-General expresses regret over the end of talks on Yemen without agreement  MENAFN1 month ago
The Express Tribune

Rashid Latif: Silence is a good strategy for Sarfraz

Former skippe­r believ­es that exclus­ion of the wicket-keeper should be explai­ned by PCB "I think it is better for him (Sarfraz) to keep quiet. It is his success indeed," said Latif. PHOTO: AFP ISLAMABAD: Former skipper Rashid Latif ...
 The Express Tribune2 days ago Silence best for Sarfraz, advises Rashid  DAWN Group3 days ago Silence better for Sarfaraz: Rashid Latif  Aaj TV3 days ago

All the Kings Men

From L to R: Secretary General of the Gulf Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf, Abdul Latif bin Rashid Al Zayani; Kuwaiti Emir Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmed Al Sabah; Qatar's Emir His Highness Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani; Representative ...
 Qatar Today1 month ago RIYADH, 9th June, 2015 (WAM) — The Council of Foreign Ministers of Gulf Cooperation Council ...  Federation of Arab News Agencies1 month ago GCC FMs meet tomorrow  The Gulf Today1 month ago GCC Foreign Ministerial Council to hold session in Riyadh on Thursday  MENAFN1 month ago

Are watermills in AJK a solution to energy crisis?

MUZAFFARABAD - Arshad Rashid thinks he has an answer to his country's energy shortages. For a few hours a day, a few days a month, the villager in Katahi, about 50 kilometres outside of Muzaffarabad, the capital of Azad Kashmir, grinds maize and ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 months ago Will watermills in Kashmir end Pakistan's energy woes?  Saudi Gazette2 months ago Watermills may be Kashmir energy solution  News242 months ago Are watermills in Kashmir a solution to Pakistan's energy crisis?  Reuters India2 months ago
The Express Tribune

Staying focused: Pakistan cannot afford to be complacent, warns Rashid

Former keeper feels player­s must not let up with Champi­ons Trophy qualif­icatio­n on the line. Sarfraz was promoted up the order and the change worked as the wicketkeeper batsman laid the foundations for a late assault with a 74-ball 77.
 The Express Tribune2 weeks ago
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