By Khurram Zia Khan Published: February 20, 2019 0 SHARES Share Tweet Email We have a long way to go with 26 matches remaining before the mighty final in Karachi. PHOTO: FACEBOOK/ PSL Pakistan Super League (PSL) has played a pivotal role in the restoration of international cricket in Pakistan, albeit partially. This year, eight matches will be played in Pakistan and hopefully after their success, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) will be able to convince more players around the world that Pakistan is a safe country to host cricket matches. The fourth season of PSL commenced on Valentine’s Day. Till now, every team has shown their muscle on the field. The tournament is still in its early stages, with only seven matches played; however, we can still try and predict each team’s future in the tournament. 1. Lahore QalandarsThe Qalandars are so far the most unsuccessful team in PSL’s history. In season four, a lot was expected from the team given that they had … [Read more...] about The PSL frenzy: With 7 matches down, which team looks promising so far?
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By Hamza Junaid Published: December 21, 2018 0 SHARES Share Tweet Email If Pakistani zoos lack the funding to provide basic necessities to animals, then there is no purpose to have them at all. On a random Wednesday morning, I ended up strolling inside the Bronx Zoo in New York. Don’t ask me what I was doing at the zoo on a weekday, but I’ll tell you this: Wednesdays are free for visitors. Yes, this was a cheap move, but I was actually only having a stroll to see if this is a place I can bring my younger nieces to, should they visit me coming summer. At the Bronx Zoo, I met another visitor from Pakistan that I wouldn’t have imagined I would meet even in my wildest of imaginations. Hold on to your breath, I’ll introduce him later. The Bronx Zoo is divided into sections that represent different habitats around the world. It is designed such that the focus of the zoo is for it to be an educational institution for children and not a … [Read more...] about From Gilgit Baltistan to New York: Leo was lucky to escape the death cells that are Pakistan’s zoos