ISLAMABAD Former Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chief selector and coach Mohsin Hassan Khan tipped Azhar Ali to lead Pakistan team in One-day Internationals and urge the board to appoint him as deputy of Misbah in Test matches. In an interview with ... The Nation Pakistan, 1 month ago
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Former Pakistani cricketer and ex-national team selector Mohsin Khan has claimed that the team management are confused about the right combination, insisting that it was the reason behind their loss to arch-rivals India in their Cricket World Cup opener on ...Business Standard, 2 months ago Cricket World Cup 2015: Pakistan committed too many blunders, say former players Economic Times, 2 months ago Cricket World Cup 2015: Mohsin Khan claims Pak team management confused about right combination for CWC DNA, 2 months ago Limited overs team DAWN Group, 1 month ago
PCB has narrowed down its search for a new chief selector to Iqbal Qasim, Mohsin Hasan Khan and Wasim Bari.Times of India, 1 month ago PCB shortlists 3 candidates for job of chief selector Daily Times, 1 month ago Pakistan shortlist three candidates for job of chief selector Zee News, 1 month ago PCB shortlist 3 candidates for job of chief selector DNA, 1 month ago
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Mohsin Khan has won 28 km Pakistan Day Cycle Race in Peshawar. More than 60 cyclists took part inRadio Pakistan, 1 month ago
Photographer Mohsin Shaikh tails constables to people's homes to click photographs of cows and bulls. A situation may arise where people's houses are raided and citizens harassed as it will be difficult to distinguish if it was the meat of buffalo ...Indian Express, 1 day ago
A Jatiyatabadi Juba Dal activist was shot dead by miscreants at Mia Khan Nagar area in Chittagong city on Friday. The deceased was identified as Nasir Uddin, son of Sultan Saodagar of the area. Police said Nasir was shot in the belly by ...New Age Bangladesh, 1 week ago
KARACHI - Anti-Terrorism Court on Tuesday garneted 90-day judicial remand of Moazzam Ali Khan, who has allegedly facilitated the assassins of Dr Imran Farooq. The Rangers produced in a local Anti-Terrorism Court several suspects arrested by the ...The Nation Pakistan, 1 week ago
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