Afghan expatriates in Pakistan Current Affairs, GK & News
The world’s No.3 ODI bowler, Afghanistan leg-spinner Rashid Khan has become the most expensive bowler in ICC World Cup history during their match against hosts England at Old Trafford in Manchester on June 18. He leaked 110 runs off 9 overs as England racked up a gigantic 397 for six after electing to bat. The ..
Topics: Afghan expatriates in Pakistan • Afghanistan at the Cricket World Cup • Cricket • Cricket in Afghanistan • England at the Cricket World Cup • International cricket • Pashtun people • Rashid Khan • Wisden Cricketers of the Year
Rashid Khan, the world’s No.1 ODI and Twenty20 International bowler, has become the youngest international captain in cricket history by leading Afghanistan at the age of 19 years & 165 days against Scotland in the first match of the 2018 ICC World Cup qualifiers played in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. He replaced Rajin Saleh of Bangladesh who ..
Topics: Afghan expatriates in Pakistan • Afghanistan national cricket team • Cricket • Cricket World Cup Qualifier • International cricket • One day international • Pashtun people • Rajin Saleh • Rashid Khan • Zimbabwe national cricket team
Professor Burhanuddin Rabbani was a leader of Jamiat-e Islami Afghanistan and former President of Afghanistan. He served as President from 1992–1996, but later was forced to leave Kabul because of the Taliban takeover of the city. Afghanistan saw his comeback in 2001. He was assassinated on 20th September 2011. He was the head of Afghanistan ..
Topics: Afghan expatriates in Pakistan • Afghanistan • Burhanuddin Rabbani • Decades • Hamid Karzai • Islamic State of Afghanistan • Northern Alliance • Pashtun people • Politics by country • Taliban • War in Afghanistan