LAHORE: Pakistani cricket legends Zaheer Abbas, Wasim Akram and Waqar Younis have expressed their joy at their inauguration at the PCB Hall of Fame. Former Pakistan captains Hanif Mohammad, Imran Khan and Javed Miandad were the three who were sworn in.
Zaheer, who played 78 Tests and 62 ODI, said: “I feel very humbled and at the same time happy to be included in the PCB Hall of Fame. Every sportsman dreams of recognition and recognition for his hard work. “
Wasim, who played 104 Tests and 356 ODI, said: “The induction at the PCB Hall of Fame is a great honor. I am sure that in time all Pakistani cricket legends will be included and will earn recognition for their service to the country and the game. “
ISLAMABAD: President Dr Arif Alvi and Prime Minister Imran Khan on Sunday congratulated the Hindu community in separate messages commemorating the festival of colors, where they voiced their commitment to minority rights.
In a tweet, President Alvi said: “Wish a Happy Holi to all our Hindu brothers who celebrate. May this joyous colorful event bring happiness, peace and prosperity to all of us and our region. Pakistan is committed to minority rights, “he added.
In his message, Prime Minister Imran Khan said: “May all our Hindu community be very happy, Holi, this festival
Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi also congratulated Holi to the Hindu community in Pakistan and around the world. “Wishing our Hindu community in Pakistan and around the world a very happy Holi. May the festival of colors bring peace, happiness and prosperity, ”he said in a tweet.
KARACHI: Karachi Kings fast bowler Arshad Iqbal with career-best scoring 3-16 in four overs caused massive damage to Quetta Gladiators in the HBL PSL 2021 opener on Saturday night.
Arshad, who was part of last season’s title-winning performance Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in all three formats, is delighted to have been ruled his man of the match on Saturday.
“I’m having a solid domestic season and bringing the same momentum to PSL and looking to finish as a leading goalkeeper,” said Arshad after his Karachi Kings sealed a seven-goal win over Quetta in their opener here at the National Stadium.
“Wasim Akram was also there with us and he told me to keep discipline and bowl according to the situation,” said Arshad, 26, of Swabi birth.