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ICC Cricket World Cup: Giant Mohammad Irfan a cut above for Pakistan
IBNLive India News

ICC Cricket World Cup: Giant Mohammad Irfan a cut above for Pa...

After Junaid Khan and Umar Gul were ruled out with injuries, Pakistan have relied heavily on Irfan to provide breakthroughs with the new ball. (Reuters) Brisbane: Mohammad Irfan was back to his best as Pakistan had to rely on their bowlers to ... IBNLive India News, 3 days ago
Lofty Irfan stands tall for Pakistan NewsHub South Africa, 3 days ago
Cricket-Giant Irfan a cut above for Pakistan Reuters Africa, 3 days ago
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The Express Tribune

Sticky fingers: Nothing fishy about dipping your hand in boiling oil

Mohamm­ad Gul entert­ains people at his roadsi­de eatery by scoopi­ng hot oil in his palm. STOCK IMAGE PESHAWAR: Eight years ago Mohammad Gul, 28, was trying to fry fish for a customer on his wood-burning stove on Ring Road. However, ...
 The Express Tribune21 hours ago
DAWN Group

Mohammad Asif, Babar Masih, Rambel Gul through to last 16

KARACHI: With four wins apiece under their belts, former world amateur snooker champion Mohammad Asif, former international Babar Masih and Rambel Gul were through to the last-16 round of the 40th National Snooker Championship at Hotel Movenpick on ...
 DAWN Group4 weeks ago Asif Toba bows out of National Snooker  DAWN Group3 weeks ago Shock opening day defeats for Asif, Imran and Hamza  DAWN Group1 month ago

UAE- Hamdan bin Mohammed crowned champion in Gulf Endurance CupWAM

(MENAFN - Emirates News Agency (WAM)) KUWAIT 28th February 2015 (WAM) - HH Sheikh Hamden bin Mohammad bin Rashid Al Maktoum Crown Prince of Dubai was crowned champion in
 MENAFN2 days ago
Saudi Gazette

I could have recovered in time for World Cup: Hafeez

LAHORE: Pakistan's experienced all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez gave credence to speculation that he was sent back home from the World Cup against his wishes after a disagreement with the team management as he has said that he could have recovered from ...
 Daily Times2 weeks ago Blow to Pakistan as Hafeez is out  Oman Tribune3 weeks ago Hafeez, Ishant rule out of World Cup  New Age Bangladesh3 weeks ago Jamshed replaces Hafeez, Misbah unsure of Ajmal appearance  The Gulf Today3 weeks ago
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Financial Express

Sunil Gavaskar believes Indians would be able to handle Mohammad Irfan

Notwithstanding Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq's claim that tall pacer Mohammad Irfan could trouble India in their World Cup opener, former skipper Sunil Gavaskar feels that the 7 feet 1 inch-bowler should not pose a big threat to the Men in Blue in ...
 DNA India2 weeks ago Playing Irfan won't be too much of an issue for India, says Gavaskar - Firstpost  My.NewsHub.org2 weeks ago Indians would be able to handle Irfan: Gavaskar  Business Standard India2 weeks ago ICC World Cup 2015: Indians would be able to handle Mohammad Irfan, says Sunil Gavaskar  Financial Express2 weeks ago
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DNA India

Comment: Absence of Ajmal, Hafeez hurt Pakistan but Yasir gives hope

The absence of our main slow bowlers Saeed Ajmal and Mohammad Hafeez hampers Pakistan's chances in the World Cup to a great extent. In the absence of quality spinners, our weak fast bowling got exposed in the tour games, especially in New Zealand, ...
 DAWN Group2 weeks ago Javed Miandad says absence of Umar Gul, Saeed Ajmal 'huge setback' for Pak's WC campaign  DNA India1 month ago Miandad says absence of Gul, Ajmal 'huge setback' for Pak's WC campaign  Ani News1 month ago
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Rediff.com

Injuries, suspensions plague unpredictable Pakistan's World Cup charge

Mohammad Irfan of Pakistan celebrates with teammates after picking a wicket. Photograph: Francois Nel/Getty Images Pakistan have sweet memories of the World Cup when Australia and New Zealand last co-hosted it in 1992 but their optimism will be tempered this time by their turbulent build-up to the quadrennial event. Very few would have tipped Pakistan to win the showpiece event 23 years ago but Imran Khan's young team fought back from imminent elimination in the opening round to defeat England ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
DAWN Group

WAPDA, Hyderabad, Faisalabad move to next round

File photo: Mohammad Sami's 5 for 35 was not enough to take Pakistan Television to the next round. Hyderabad chased down 311 with three balls to spare for their third successive win and finished on top of Group I.'s 96 after they were reeling at 26 ...
 24Dunia1 month ago Brilliant Fahim inspires Wolves to thrilling victory over Hawks  DAWN Group3 weeks ago Century stand helps Hawks stun Wapda  DAWN Group3 weeks ago Faisal leads Hawks into next round; Wolves, Wapda also qualify  DAWN Group1 month ago
Pakistan Today

Two killed in Karachi violence

Two persons were killed in different violent incidents on Thursday. A man, Saddar Mohammad, 45, son of Fateh Mohmmad, resident of Bilal Colony, was killed in an unidentified mob attack in his residential area. The body was brought to Jinnah Post ...
 Pakistan Today5 days ago Thousands of Palestinians protest Charlie Hebdo Mohammad cartoon  24Dunia1 month ago Another four persons fell prey to violence in city  Daily Times5 days ago Officials say death toll from Afghan avalanches has reached 229  Dalje.com6 days ago
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