Pakistani Prime Minister has finally launched a public complaint cell, Pakistan Citizens’ Portal, to hear and address public complaints. Addressing the ceremony at the launch of the portal in Islamabad, the prime minister said the government… Read More »Pakistan Citizens Portal launched
اسلام آباد : وزیر اعظم پاکستان عمران احمد خان نیازی نے کہا ہے کہ جب تک اقتدار میں ہوں کوئی کاروبار نہیں کروں گا، منی لانڈرنگ سے باہر گیا پیسہ واپس لانے کیلیے ٹاسک فورس بنائیں… Read More »وزیر آعظم عمران خان کا قوم سے غیر روائتی خطا ب
The Islamabad dharna-inspired online games continue to amuse in a country where political flavour makes its way into pretty much every avenue of life. A new game titled ‘Go Nawaz Go’ has been released on the Google App Store, featuring a bat-wielding Imran Khan chasing a Nawaz Sharif animation as it jumps over containers and barbed wire.
Supremely talented teenagers, Javed Miandad’s unappreciated role as a leader and the revolutionary impact of reverse swing on cricket are some of the striking themes of British author Peter Oborne’s insightful new book Wounded Tiger: A history of Cricket in Pakistan.
Wounded Tiger, a play on Imran Khan’s almost mythical ‘cornered Tiger’ speech before the 1992 World Cup final in Melbourne, aims to set things straight and go deeper into a world where cricket has “been entwined with national identity” ever since the days of the Raj. The current era of Pakistan cricket, the book highlights, also serves as metaphor for the situation the country currently finds itself in. But throughout the journey, Wounded Tiger also reminds its readers that the magic these men have been able to conjure up on the field, and are still capable of, can ultimately lead to national recovery.Read More »Wounded Tiger: A history of Cricket in Pakistan.