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This week we continue our journey through the twenty two Test-playing families of Pakistan in which at least two family members have played in the longest format of the game.
A book each by three cricket experts: a former Australian captain, a sports presenter, a Test cricketer’s son who is a well reputed journalist
Mixed messages from political and social leaders have fed the doubts
Dr Lal Khan was a full-blooded political Marxist as his writings reflect
Despite being quickly dealt with, the disease seemed to have been spreading in the Punjab by the end of 1897
An ode to the allure of khus grass, which is no longer to be found in Lahore markets
In a world plagued by Covid-19, community spaces are all shuttered (barring the mosques), and venues for entertainment closed. But, we could always do with some innovative ideas