Tuesday, March 31, 2020
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Gunman opens fire at Dehli student protest against India’s citizenship law; 1 wounded

An unidentified man fired at a protest against India’s new citizenship law near a university in Delhi on Thursday, wounding one person, witnesses said, the first such incident in the capital city during more than a month of demonstrations. Witnesses said the man holding a gun shouted slogans against the protesters near Jamia Millia Islamia […]

Taliban kill 29 Afghan security personnel in renewed clashes

KABUL: At least 29 members of the Afghan security forces have been killed in Taliban attacks that followed air and ground assaults by government forces on the Islamist group at the weekend. The surge in hostilities signals deadlock at stop-start peace talks involving US and Taliban negotiators in Doha. The Defence Ministry said on Sunday […]


Coronavirus and the future of PSL V’s marquee games

AS the world strives to grapple with an unprecedented health crisis caused by the novel coronavirus, every aspect of life is getting hampered due to the pandemic and cricket is not an anomaly in this regard. The entire sports industry is feeling the heat as the crisis unfolds and Pakistan’s biggest sporting event’s future has […]

Ex-squash champion Azam Khan succumbs to coronavirus in UK

LONDON: Azam Khan, who is regarded as one of the world’s best squash players, passed away at the age of 95 in London after a week-long battle with coronavirus.Khan tested positive for Covid-19 last week and breathed his last at London’s Ealing Hospital, family sources said on Saturday. Azam Khan, the younger brother of the […]

England players set for pay cuts due to virus crisis

LONDON: England’s cricket players must “realise the bigger picture” and will be expected to take a pay cut as the country’s cricket governing body (ECB) tries to deal with the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic, the Times reported on Sunday. More than 662,700 people have been infected by the novel coronavirus across the world and 30,751 […]