Pakistan's Rasool Shafqat vies with India's Gurmail Singh during the Group A field hockey match between Pakistan and India. PHOTO: AFP KARACHI: Pakistan earned a quarterfinals berth in the FIH Hockey World League after holding arch-rivals India ... The Express Tribune, 6 days ago
Draw was a fair result in an electrifying ... - Firstpost.com, 6 days ago
India draw Pakistan 2-2 in HWL semis - NetIndia123.com, 1 week ago
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Alan Sothern converted a penalty corner in the 46th minute of the match to blow Pakistan out of contention Pakistani players after the match. PHOTO: FIH KARACHI: Three-time Olympic gold medallist Pakistan team, one of the ...The Express Tribune, 6 hours ago
KARACHI: Sindh Local Government Minister Sharjeel Memon has terminated the services of 1,841 ghost employees in the education department of the Karachi Municipal Corporation (KMC). The minister also suspended 37 town municipal officers and town ...DAWN Group, 2 days ago
KARACHI: The Sindh government on Tuesday suspended 37 town municipal officers (TMO) for not obeying orders and not depositing details of accounts of their respective towns. Sindh Local Government Minister Sharjeel Inam Memon while exercising his ...Daily Times, 2 days ago Sharjeel suspends 37 TMOs for disobeying his orders Pakistan Observer, 2 days ago
LAHORE: 10th ranked Pakistan defeated 17 ranked Poland 2-1 in their opening match of the Hockey World League at Antwerp, Belgium on Saturday evening. Pakistan are competing in the Hockey World League to qualify for the next year's Summer Olympic ...Daily Times, 1 week ago Pakistan beat Poland 2-1 in tense HWL opener DAWN Group, 1 week ago Pakistan take on Poland in opener Daily Times, 1 week ago Pakistan overcome Poland in tense HWL opener DAWN Group, 1 week ago
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Pakistan have flown to Antwerp, Belgium, pretty much under the radar. There was hardly a fuss as the team, a spot at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games up for grabs. After suffering the shame of not making it to the World Cup for the first time in the ...DAWN Group, 1 week ago HWL: Pakistan's last chance to qualify for Rio Olympics DAWN Group, 2 weeks ago Pakistan\\'s last chance to qualify for Rio Olympics Frontier Post, 1 week ago
Home » Lahore By Lahore:,,, Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) Secretary General Rana Mujahid has said that hockey is Pakistan's national game and he is optimistic about its bright future. He said that despite of shortage of funds the national ...Pakistan Press International, 2 weeks ago Rana hopes for Hockey\\'s revival as national game Frontier Post, 2 weeks ago Team has bright chance to qualify for Olympics: Rana The Nation Pakistan, 2 weeks ago PHF optimistic about Pakistan's chances at World Hockey League Daily Times, 2 weeks ago
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LAHORE: Centre-half Rashad Mahmood and forward Rizwan Senior have been included among 30 probables to attend a training camp at the Naseer Bunda Hockey Stadium in Islamabad from Friday. The camp is being set up to finalise a team for FIH World ...DAWN Group, 4 weeks ago Hockey camp for Olympic qualifiers begins The Nation Pakistan, 4 weeks ago 30 probables for World Hockey League to attend training camp Dunya News, 4 weeks ago PHF names 30 probables for World Hockey League Daily Times, 4 weeks ago
Excelsior Correspondent The ill-fated vehicle after accident at village Neota in tehsil Bhaderwah. -Excelsior/ Tilak Raj BHADERWAH, May 31: Nine passengers including three women received injuries, when the mini-bus they were traveling in, ...Daily Excelsior.com, 1 month ago
HOCKEY: A clinical final 30 minutes saw the Kookaburras overcome a tight opening half to run out 5-0 winners over Pakistan in their final match at the Hobart International Challenge. With both sides cancelling out one another for much of the first ...Noodls, 1 month ago Kookaburras beat Pakistan 5-0 in hockey ABC Online, 1 month ago Another day, another victory for the Kookaburras Noodls, 1 month ago
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