Jammu and Kashmir’s footballer Ishfaq Ahmad has passed his Asian Football Confederation (AFC) 'B' license coaching course, football website Goal.Com reported Wednesday.
“It is a lifetime dream of any cricketer to be part of such a momentous occasion.As a captain I couldn’t have asked more from my team.Each member deserved to be applauded for bringing glory to Pak.
India will have a new coach before the tour of Sri Lanka next month, the BCCI said on Wednesday while conceding that it failed to resolve the differences between Anil Kumble and Virat Kohli.
Nothing could have been better for the battered and bruised people here than a humiliating defeat of India at the hands of Pakistan. A momentary celebration amid the perpetual state of mourning
Director General of Police Dr. S.P Vaid Tuesday said that Jammu and Kashmir has always remained at the forefront to promote sports in the state. According to a press statement issued by the media cell
Imtiyaz Ahmad showed his all-round skills as Master XI Ompora XI beat SCC Magam comprehensively in their Aga Mehdi Memorial T-20 Tournament fixture played at Budgam Spots
Fans decorated the entire street and house of captain Sarfaraz Ahmed who arrived with fast bowler Ruman Raees at 4:45 am with the trophy that Pakistan had won for the first time.
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