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The Washington Post
Pakistan's Sharif clings to power as protesters step up assault
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was clinging to power Monday as protesters stepped up their assault on government buildings while the capital was gripped with fear and confusion about whether the country's powerful military will step in to defuse the tension.
Sun Aug 31, 2014
The Bug Company making new nest in former Lower Saucon Township school
The president and owner of The Bug Company is converting the former Lower Saucon Township Elementary school on Wassergass Road into a haven for crickets, mealworms, superworms, waxworms and fruit flies.
Fri Aug 29, 2014
The New Zealand Herald
Reunion celebrates marathon tour of 1964
Lengthy rugby and cricket tours are a thing of the past, but one of the more remarkable undertakings is being commemorated in Bay of Plenty this weekend.
Hot rod heaven: Monroe museum is home to vintage Northwest racecars
Jim Green oversees work on a variety of engines at Jim Green's Performance Center in Monroe.
Thu Aug 28, 2014
The Pretender to Pakistan's Throne
In 1960, president and field marshal Muhammad Ayub Khan, Pakistan's first military dictator, built the city of Islamabad almost from scratch.
I am here to work for development of Nepali cricket: Pubudu
Members of the national cricket team and fans had been patiently waiting for hours at the Tribhuvan International Airport for the arrival of coach Pubudu Dassanayake on Thursday.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
HTC Desire To Arrive On Sprint, Cricket, Boost, Virgin
The handset's specs might not necessarily be the most impressive, nor its build quality, but it does pack Qualcomm's 64-bit chipset which is a nice addition to an otherwise low-mid range handset.
West Indies Cricketing Superstars Set To Partner In Historical Venture With Canadian Premier League
Four of the biggest names from the West Indies international cricket team have signed a historical deal that will make them co-owners and stakeholders in the exciting new Canadian Premier League T20 .
Pakistan On The Brink, Again
With thousands of young Pakistanis besieging their capital to demand the ouster of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, Pakistan -- a key element in the United States' plan to withdraw from neighboring Afghanistan by the end of 2016 -- is slipping into political anarchy.
I'm careful of what I make: Salim Merchant
In times when crass lyrics and innuendos are ruling the roost in Bollywood's music scene, Salim Merchant, who has composed numerous songs for films like "Fashion" and "Dor" with his brother Sulaiman, says he never wants to compose a number which he won't be able to explain to his little girl.
This Is Lancashire
Clitheroe priest in plea to grant Christians safe asylum
A CATHOLIC priest in Clitheroe is rallying support for the plight of christians in Iraq - who are suffering at the hands of terrorists in the war torn country.
Afghanistan Cricket - A Fairy Tale Everyone Wants To Believe In
The concoction in which the seeds of Afghan cricket were first sown almost touches the edges of a fantasy tale, a David-Goliath struggle that a decade ago was not real enough even for dreams.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Big News Network.com
West Indies cricket stars sign ownership deal for new Canadian T20
Four of the biggest names from the West Indies cricket team have signed a deal making them co-owners in the new Canadian Premier League T20 set for next year.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Canadian cleric 'ready to be martyred' as he sets two-day...
Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri, the Pakistani-Canadian cleric whose supporters have overrun the government quarter of Islamabad in a protest against corruption, on Monday issued a darkly mysterious ultimatum.
Namibia to host WCL Div 2 next year
The International Cricket Council on Monday announced that Namibia will host the ICC World Cricket League Division 2 next year.
Biking around Stanley Park, Vancouver
Stanley Park in Vancouver, Canada is the 2nd largest city park in North America after Central Park In New York.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
Indians attempt quantum clean-up
Indian physicists propose a tabletop experiment that will provide scientists their first opportunity to measure the probability that particles can move through slits in a twisted path New Delhi, Aug. 24: A team of Indian physicists has proposed a tabletop experiment to clear a key misconception in a fundamental scientific theory that has led to ... (more)
All political parties have turned against Imran: NYT : August 25, 2014,
NEW YORK/LONDON: The New York Times says all the political parties have turned against Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan and he will have to find a way out to end his sit-in peacefully.
The Indian Express
City-born cricketer does well for Canada U-19 team, aims higher
'I am happy to have played at the U-19 level. I will be the happiest to be in the senior national team soon,' says armaan kapoor.
The Cricket Association of Nepal has selected 24 players for the initial phase closed-camp of World Cricket League Division 3 of the International Cricket Council scheduled for October 26 to November 2, 2014 in Uganda.