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Amritsar, where they had crossed into through the Attari border by road in the morning. "India-Pakistan rivalry, be it in hockey or cricket, is always healthy and exciting. I hope both the teams make it to the final, it will be good for the sport in
57 Ipoh (Malaysia): Pakistan`s failure to qualify for next year`s hockey World Cup has already started to roll heads with coach Tahir Zaman hinting that he will step down from his position after the conclusion of the ongoing ninth Asia Cup, here.
Rasool, who was witness to the golden era of hockey in India and Pakistan, is heartbroken to see the current sorry state of the game in the two countries. He said that frequent bilateral series between the neighbours can help bring back the past
Akhtar Rasool, the head coach and manager of the Pakistan Hockey team, has called on the national federations of both India and Pakistan to work together in organising bilateral series to revive hockey in both the countries.
Pakistan at the International Cricket Council's (ICC) Women's World Cup amid soaring cross-border tension. Pakistan hockey players returned home yesterday after protests by a hardline right-wing political party of India who demanded end to
India, Pakistan should stop resisting change, says hockey legend Ahmad Sunday, 02 December 2012 Shahbaz Ahmed, former Pakistan field hockey captain, smiles during an interview in Doha yesterday. Ahmad was part of the bronze-winning Pakistan team
Akhtar Rasool, a former Pakistan captain and an Olympian, in his report to the Pakistan Hockey Federation has blamed Aqil Shah, who was chef-de-mission, for spoiling the atmosphere in the hockey camp. According to details, Rasool has said Shah`s
Pakistan was sent crashing out of Olympics after they were hammered by Australia by seven goals in a pool match to settle for a seventh-place finish. As the Pakistani players came out of the Allama Iqbal International Airport terminal, they were
Hockey selector Chaudhry Arshad has suggested to the senior players in the Pakistan team to hang up their boots to help the Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) raise a new-look team for the 2014 World Cup. Talking to Dawn, Arshad a former Olympian said:
Junaid, who has been criticised by some former Olympians here after the Pakistan team failed to make the semifinals, said that India had fared worse than Pakistan. "When you compare our performance with that of India we did much better although no