British Government Survives No-Confidence Vote
World’s Favorite Beverage in Jeopardy
One in Three Christians in Asia Faces Persecution
America Tells Taliban to Talk to Afghan Government
U.S. Will Ensure ‘I.S. Does Not Rear its Ugly Head Again’
Rohingya Exodus from India to Bangladesh Hits 1,300
‘Upskirting’ Becomes Illegal Across U.K.
Ousted Khan claims he has been a victim of politics within the country’s hockey federation.
Former captain and wicketkeeper ready to tackle challenge of preparing team for 2015 World Cup.
Mercurial all-rounder snared seven for 12, routing West Indies for just 98 off 41 overs.
Pakistan-born billionaire already owns NFL team Jacksonville Jaguars.
Former captain underwent successful surgery for liver cancer in the U.K.
Pakistan-born cricketer Fawad Ahmed is now eligible to play in the Ashes tournament against England.
Former cricketer’s Australian fiancée has converted to Islam and will live in Pakistan.
Pakistani film inspired by career of cricketer aims to capitalize on success of sports-centric movies.
Captain Misbah-ul-Haq says squad committed to restoring fan confidence after disappointing showing at Champions Trophy.
National cricket team coach Dav Whatmore says his tenure has had both good and bad times.
Cricketer was barred from the game in 2009 over spot-fixing.
Iqbal Qasim denies any rift within national team as PCB prepares to elect new chairman within 90 days.
Former Pakistan cricketer’s lifetime ban from cricket continues after he loses appeal against spot-fixing charges.
Fast bowler has cooperated with ICC’s anticorruption cell and is eager to return to field.
Pakistan-born cricketer will represent Australia during tour of Africa and is being considered for Ashes series.
The 21-year-old was one of three cricketers featuring in 2011’s spot-fixing scandal.
New team will be announced for upcoming series in West Indies.
TV talk show host is fresh off being the interim chief minister of the Punjab.
Former captain Zaheer Abbas says batsmen play Tests like one-day matches and one-day matches like Tests.
Samina Baig urges families to realize that women can help toward building a more powerful country.