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LPL: Afridi to lead Galle Gladiators

LPL: Afridi to lead Galle Gladiators

Former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi has been named the captain of Galle Gladiators franchise in the inaugural Lankan Premier League (LPL) Twenty20 tournament to be played in Hambantota, Sri Lanka from November 26 to December 16. Galle Gladiators has been bought by Pakistani businessman who also owns the popular PSL franchise Quetta Gladiators.

PM Modi attacks oppn parties over protes

PM Modi attacks oppn parties over protes

He reiterated that farmers who wanted to follow the old system of trading - referring to the 'mandis' where they can get the MSP - are still free to do so. But the three laws gave them new options to sell for more, he said. He said whenever new laws are enacted questions are bound to be asked. "But presently a new trend is being seen in the country.

Pak condemns terrorism, cautions against

Pak condemns terrorism, cautions against

Parliamentary Secretary for Foreign Affairs Andleeb Abbas represented Pakistan in the 19th meeting of the Council of Heads of Government of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO-CHG), held via video conference, according to a statement by the Foreign Office. She also underscored the imperative of creating a safe and secure neighborhood

Low gets DFB backing

Low gets DFB backing

Joachim Low will continue as Germany head coach after intense scrutiny over his future following the 6-0 thrashing at the hands of Spain. Pressure on the World Cup-winning boss grew immeasurably following the Nations League humbling earlier this month and the German Football Association (DFB) said there would be a "timetable" to assess the "situation".