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Pakistan vs Afghanistan: Naib Asks Fans to Calm Down After Clashes in Stands

Afghanistan skipper Gulbadin Naib issued a plea to supporters after his team's three-wicket defeat by Pakistan at the World Cup on Saturday was marred by clashes in the stands and outside the stadium. Videos shared on social media showed supporters of …Read more

Pakistan survive major scare to see off Afghanistan in thrilling clash to keep pressure on England

Pakistan after the ice-cool Imad threaded his sixth four through the covers to seal things with a couple of deliveries unused We are here to leave a good impression of my team and my country said Gulbadin when asked of the ill feeling amongst the
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Pakistan Vs Afghanistan Live Cricket Score – Match 1 – Summary

Afghanistan skipper Gulbadin Naib says it is says he feels amazing after this win against Pakistan Mentions he wanted to stay there till the end and finish the game there were wickets falling but he stayed calm and Nabi supported him and he
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Pakistan should create a situation where India asks us to play PCB director

Pakistan Cricket Boards newly appointed managing director Wasim Khan believes the national team needs to create a situation where India asks us to play instead of vice-versa ESPNcricinfo reported on Sunday PCB Chairman Ehsan Mani who was addressing
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World Cup 2015 Adelaide Yet to Come in Grip of India vs Pakistan Battle

India favourites to remain unbeaten vs Pakistan say experts Similarly in-front of the main entrance of the Adelaide Oval there wasnt a single fan of the stands were empty If one looks at the history of marquee India versus Pakistan clashes
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Movie Review Emotion Over Action May Let Salman Khan Fans Down In Bharat

The film relies more on emotions than action which may prove to be a dampener for many of his fans who have grown up watching their macho idol bashing up dozens of goons bare-bodied on screen in film after film For a change he prefers to emote through
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New report accuses Pakistans ISI of backing Afghan insurgents

According to a new report published by the London School of Economics Pakistans Inter-Services Intelligence ISI agency not only funds and trains Taliban fighters in Afghanistan but overthrow the Taliban in 2001 after their government had refused
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