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Pakistan Women clinch first-ever ODI series win against West Indies

Pakistan Women chase down simple target of 160 in four-wicket win

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ICC Women’s Championship: Pakistan beat West Indies in second ODI

Girls in green pick up a 34-run win in the second ODI at the ICC Academy in Dubai

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ICC Women’s Championship: West Indies thrash Pakistan in first ODI

Side pick up huge 146-run win in opening fixture in Dubai

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Pakistan Women win third T20I after Sarfraz Ahmed’s pep talk

Hosts register 12-run win in dead rubber clash against West Indies Women at Karachi’s Southend Club

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West Indies assistant coach Logie praises Imran Khan’s leadership

Former Test cricketer urges international teams to come play in Pakistan

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West Indies Women demolish Pakistan in first T20I

Visitors claim emphatic 71-run win over Bismah Maroof’s charges at Karachi’s Southend Club

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West Indies women to play three T20Is in Karachi

Side will be playing in Pakistan for first time in almost 15 years

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‘Possessed’ woman killed by her brothers in Taxila 

The brothers believed a faith healer who told them their sister was possessed

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Kohistan honour killing: Suspects admit murdering three girls

They have been remanded into police custody

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Pakistan women cricketers have not been paid in the last 6 months: report

Cricinfo reported that PCB was only paying match fee and daily allowance

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Lanning scores ton as Australia women beat Pakistan by 150 runs in second ODI

Meg Lanning scored 124 runs from 106 balls for Australia

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Pakistan women’s cricket team departs for Bangladesh tour

The team will play four T20s and one ODI against Bangladesh

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Australia launches programme for Pakistani women

ISLAMABAD: The Australian High Commissioner has launched the Australia Awards Women in Leadership Network to support Pakistani women in leadership roles. The network will engage women alumni of the Australia Awards scholarship program in Pakistan. The Women in Leadership Network is an Australian Government regional initiative involving Australia Awards Alumni from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, the…

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Pakistan radio show confronts ‘endemic’ ogling of women

ISLAMABAD: For many women in Pakistan, the simple act of leaving the house can be uncomfortable, even intimidating — the probing gaze of the opposite sex is never far away. Fed-up with the constant unwanted attention, broadcaster Anila Ansari decided to bring the touchy subjects of harassment to the airwaves, by launching an “anti-ogling campaign”…

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Beaumont ton sees England women thrash Pakistan

LONDON: Tammy Beaumont became the first England women player to score hundreds in successive one-day internationals as the hosts completed a crushing 3-0 series win with a 202-run victory over Pakistan at Taunton on Monday.

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Pakistan Women take on England today

CHENNAI: Pakistan Women will face England in World T20 Group B match on Sunday at Chennai. The match is scheduled to begin at 07:00 (PST). In another match, India will face West Indies at Mohali today. England Women Team TT Beaumont, KH Brunt, CM Edwards*, GA Elwiss, NE Farrant, LS Greenway, RL Grundy, JL Gunn,…

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Pakistan women seek support, prayers ahead of England clash

Pakistan women today urged the nation to pray for them ahead of big match against England on Sunday. Pakistan will quality for the semi-final of World Twenty20 if Women in Green manage to beat England. Watch the video.

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Selling more than just a product

        An Indian advertisement cum public service message (PSM) is making rounds on social media about men sharing load of household chores with the women. The advertisement has struck a chord with women at several levels. While women keep reposting the ad every time they watch it, men apparently have chosen to…

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Women's cricket tournament named after Malala

KARACHI: Pakistan's cricket authorities have named their under-21 women's tournament after Nobel pecae laureate Malala Yousafzai in an effort to encourage girls to take up the game. Malala, who campaigns for the right of all children to go to school, survived a Taliban assassination attempt in 2012 and earlier this month became the youngest ever…

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