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Afghanistan outclassed Pakistan in every department

Lahore : New Zealand started with a comprehensive eight-wicket win over defending champions Windies while Afghanistan pulled off a five-wicket win over Pakistan on the opening day of the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup today. Number three batsman Finn Allen, a second-timer at the U19 CWC, was the star for ... Read More »

Pakistan wants peace and stability in Afghanistan : PM Abbasi

Lahore : Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi Monday said Pakistan wanted peace and stability in Afghanistan as it had suffered immensely on account of the prevailing situation in that country. Pakistan, he said, had the greatest stake in that country’s return to normalcy. Its commitment to peace and stability in ... Read More »

PM to visit Afghanistan and Iran to cool the tense situation : Ch Shujaat Hussain

Lahore : Former Prime Minister Ch Shujaat Hussain has said that Pakistan should not make Afghanistan and Iran matter of honour and dishonor and rather move ahead, till now Nawaz Sharif as the foreign minister should have gone there and held detailed meetings with foreign ministers of both the countries, ... Read More »

Pakistan is determined to construct gates at the border with Afghanistan

Lahore : Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs, Syed Tariq Fatemi on Friday said that Pakistan was determined to construct gates at all major exit and crossing points along the border with Afghanistan to check illegal cross-border movement. Effective border management with Afghanistan was also essential to achieve the positive results ... Read More »

CASA-1000 Agreement inked, Pakistan to get clean energy soon

Istanbul : The hydel energy agreement between Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, Afghanistan and Pakistan was signed here Wednesday. The project, known as the Central Asia South Asia Electricity Transmission and Trade Project (CASA-1000), will help export 1000 MW of clean energy to Pakistan at a price of 9.35 cents including all ... Read More »

Afghanistan enters main ODI Rankings table for the first time

Nearly six months after Afghanistan qualified for its maiden appearance at an ICC Cricket World Cup, its success story continues to make waves. Following Afghanistan’s 32-runs win over Bangladesh on Saturday in the Asia Cup at Fatullah, its first against a Full Member side, it has met the criteria for ... Read More »

Afghanistan claims two prizes at Pepsi ICC Development Programme

Afghanistan has taken the top prize of the Pepsi ICC Development Programme Annual Awards 2013, claiming the Best Overall Cricket Development Programme as well as the award for Best Junior Participation Initiative. The Best Overall Cricket Development Programme recognised Afghanistan’s efforts in developing cricket at all levels, which is reflected ... Read More »

Australia and Afghanistan progressed to the next round

Three-time former champion and last tournament’s losing finalist Australia and dark horse Afghanistan progressed from Group B to the next round of the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup UAE 2014 on the final day of the first round matches on Wednesday. Jake Doran scored 99 not out as Australia defeated ... Read More »

Afghanistan upsets Australia in ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2014?

Afghanistan caused a major upset in the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2014 when it defeated three-time champion and 2012’s runner-up Australia by 36 runs at Abu Dhabi Oval 2 on Monday. Half-centuries by Mohammad Mujtaba, Ihsanullah and Hashmatullah Shaidi helped Afghanistan post a respectable 253 in 49.2 overs, before ... Read More »

Ireland and Afghanistan qualify for ICC World Twenty20

Ireland and Afghanistan qualified for the ICC World Twenty20 Bangladesh 2014 after winning their respective matches in the ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier UAE 2014 on Sunday. Ireland downed Hong Kong by 85 runs for its seventh successive victory while Afghanistan defeated Kenya by 34 runs that gave the Asia side ... Read More »

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