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Captain should have final say over team selection: Misbah

National team captain Misbahul Haq said on Tuesday the captain and coach of the team should have the final say over team selection. “I think the coach and captain should have the authority to make selections,” Misbah said, while addressing the media after a meeting with Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) officials. “Team selection is done by the selection committee. A captain can only ...

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Cricket World Cup: New Zealand into final

New Zealand is on course for a first ever cricket World Cup triumph after a thrilling semifinal victory over South Africa, secured off the penultimate ball of the match.

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Global footprint: Voting rights for overseas Pakistanis sought

ISLAMABAD: Parliamentarians of Pakistani descent from across the world have demanded the government give overseas Pakistanis the right to vote in elections back home. Addressing a conference held at the National Assembly Secretariat, they also called for making Pakistan’s diplomatic missions abroad more vibrant and interactive with the Pakistani community. Parliamentarians of Pakistani origin from Belgium, Canada, Kenya, New Zealand and ...

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Wanted: LeI commander nailed in Badhber

PESHAWAR: The Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD) of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa police claimed on Monday arresting an important commander of banned militant group Lashker-e-Islam (LeI), Sahar Gul, in a raid on a house in the Badhaber area. An official statement claimed that Gul was involved in attacks on security forces in the tribal belt and was wanted to police and security forces. Gul was arrested ...

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Only fastest will be team number one

Ferrari chairman Luca di Montezemolo discusses the return of Kimi Raikkonen in 2014 and his driver pairing with former world champion Fernando Alonso.

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Privatisation Commission: Cargill Holdings offers Rs250m for HEC

ISLAMABAD:  Cargill Holdings Limited has offered Rs250 million in cash for the acquisition of Heavy Electrical Complex (HEC), compelling the Privatisation Commission (PC) to recommend its board to either accept the offer or allow re-invitation of bids in the hope of getting a better price. In a welcome move, the government does not appear to be a distressed seller, as ...

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