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APS survivor meets Pakistan legends at Leeds

LEEDS: A teenage Pakistan boy, who survived the Army Public School terrorist attack in 2014, met the Pakistani cricket legends during the second day's play between Pakistan and England at Headingley on Saturday. Waleed Khan survived a dozen bullets in the attack which left some 150 plus kids and teachers dead in one of the most barbaric attacks in Pakistan. He now plays cricket and studies in Birmingham. The boy was invited as a special guest by the Test Match Special commentary Team to Headingley to share the horrific…

Cricket legends ‘blown away’ by Pakistani child bowlers

KARACHI: Two six-year-olds have become social media sensations in cricket-mad Pakistan with videos of their bowling “blowing away” the likes of Shane Warne and Wasim Akram, who have been giving the pair tips on improving their game. Eli Mikal Khan, from the southwestern city of Quetta, has been nicknamed “Shane Warne Junior” after videos posted on Twitter of his astonishing leg break bowling attracted awe from fans around the world and drew tips and encouragement from the Australian legend. Ultra Slow motion…

#ShukriyaPakistan: Honouring legends of Pakistan on 70th year of Independence

As the month of August unfolds, the entire Pakistan is painted in green and white, celebrating the spirit of independence. The independence which is the fruit of years of struggle and unfathomable sacrifices means much more than a country to every Pakistani, it is an identity. To celebrate this auspicious occasion, ARY News, this year, is celebrating the Legends of 70 years of Pakistan paying tribute to all those individuals who have played an insurmountable role in making Pakistan what it is today, through their website…