Waqar Younis

New Pakistan Cricket Board chief backs Afridi for ODIs

The Pakistan Cricket Board's new chief Zaka Ashraf said on Friday he thinks allrounder Shahid Afridi still has plenty to offer as a one-day player.

Waqar Younis resigns as Pakistan coach

Pakistan cricket coach Waqar Younis has resigned citing personal reasons, but said he would continue stay on through Augusts's tour of Zimbabwe.

Hopeful Afridi returns to Pakistan for ‘justice’

Thousands of fans greeted former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi as he returned home amid his battle with the Pakistan Cricket Board.

Give us Afridi, urges Hampshire Cricket

Hamsphire Cricket urged the Pakistan Cricket Board to reverse its ban on Shahid Afridi playing abroad as they began to defend their Twenty20 title.

New Pakistan coach confident of restoring faith

Pakistan coach Waqar Younis hopes to invigorate his team before next month's World Twenty20, saying his priority is to restore faith among the players

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The Amnesty International report found that the South African government continues to miss its own education upgrading targets

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Conferences connect people to ideas

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