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Pakistan captain Babar Azam hopes ICC T20 World Cup takes place, doesn’t matter if without fans
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Pakistan captain Babar Azam hopes ICC T20 World Cup takes place, doesn’t matter if without fans

Babar Azam said he's praying he can lead Pakistan into a world tournament for the first time, and not too fussed if it can go ahead without spectators.

Pakistan's Daniesh Kaneria blames Shahid Afridi's discriminatory behaviour for brief ODI career
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Pakistan's Daniesh Kaneria blames Shahid Afridi's discriminatory behaviour for brief ODI career

Kaneria, only the second Hindu to play Test cricket for Pakistan, said that beyond his religion, it was difficult for him to think about the reason behind Afridi's discriminatory behaviour.

Shahid Afridi buys Mushfiqur Rahim's bat for $20,000 in charity auction
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Shahid Afridi buys Mushfiqur Rahim's bat for $20,000 in charity auction

Former Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi has bought the bat put up for auction by Bangladesh wicket-keeper batsman Mushfiqur Rahim for $20,000.

Pakistan pacer Hasan Ali battling back injury, may need surgery
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Pakistan pacer Hasan Ali battling back injury, may need surgery

Hasan, who has been battling injury problems since last year's World Cup, is now suffering from back pain after he appeared in the Pakistan Super League matches in February-March.

Coronavirus Outbreak: England cricketers could start outdoor training soon as ECB eyes home series against West Indies in July
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Coronavirus Outbreak: England cricketers could start outdoor training soon as ECB eyes home series against West Indies in July

The ECB Director agreed that they have to create an environment where the West Indies and Pakistan both feel safe while travelling to the United Kingdom

ICC takes subtle dig at Shoaib Akhtar over his tweet aimed at Steve Smith
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ICC takes subtle dig at Shoaib Akhtar over his tweet aimed at Steve Smith

The ICC on Tuesday took a subtle dig at former Pakistan speedster Shoaib Akhtar’s claim that even now he can dismiss Australia’s Steve Smith

'Wait and be patient': Pakistan in no rush to take call on England tour
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'Wait and be patient': Pakistan in no rush to take call on England tour

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) will not rush into a decision about their upcoming tour of England amid the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, Chief Executive Wasim Khan has said.

Pakistan's elite women cricketers to undergo online fitness tests; PCB assure players won't be penalised for failing to meet benchmarks
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Pakistan's elite women cricketers to undergo online fitness tests; PCB assure players won't be penalised for failing to meet benchmarks

Pakistan's 38 elite women cricketers will undergo online fitness tests from Monday with an aim to maintain the required fitness standards during the lockdown.

Umar Akmal refused to divulge details of two meetings with suspected bookies, claim PCB sources
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Umar Akmal refused to divulge details of two meetings with suspected bookies, claim PCB sources

Akmal was found guilty of two charges under the PCB Anti-Corruption Code and on 27 April, he was banned from cricket activities till 19 February 2023.

'Our eyes are open to what Pakistan is doing,' says Punjab CM Amarinder Singh after NIA arrests notorious narco terrorist Ranjit Singh alias Cheeta
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'Our eyes are open to what Pakistan is doing,' says Punjab CM Amarinder Singh after NIA arrests notorious narco terrorist Ranjit Singh alias Cheeta

Punjab chief minister Amarinder Singh warned Pakistan on Saturday against its "persistent attempts" to spread narco-terrorism in India, asserting that the police force was "keeping a close watch" on anti-national activities across the border even during a crisis

Lack of Pak govt's intervention can spur migration, ecological imbalances in once-flourishing Indus Delta
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Lack of Pak govt's intervention can spur migration, ecological imbalances in once-flourishing Indus Delta

Dam construction and mismanagement of water by the government have significantly reduced river flows, causing the Indus delta to shrink, threatening both human life and its ecology.

As tensions rise in Kashmir again, why the continued conflict between India, Pak and China is unlikely to resolve any issues
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As tensions rise in Kashmir again, why the continued conflict between India, Pak and China is unlikely to resolve any issues

The fighting has escalated again in Kashmir. Last Saturday night, two officers and two jawans of the Indian Army and a police sub-inspector were killed in militant violence in Handwara in Kashmir. A day later, three men of the Central Reserve Police Force died in another attack in the same area.

Coronavirus cases in Asia rise to 2,50,000, accounting for 7% of global infections; Singapore, India, Pakistan worst-affected
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Coronavirus cases in Asia rise to 2,50,000, accounting for 7% of global infections; Singapore, India, Pakistan worst-affected

Coronavirus cases in Asia rose to a quarter of a million, according to a Reuters tally, driven by outbreaks in Singapore, Pakistan and India, even as China, South Korea and Japan significantly slowed the spread of the disease

Resident of Sindh province becomes first Hindu pilot to be inducted into Pakistan Air Force, says local news outlet
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Resident of Sindh province becomes first Hindu pilot to be inducted into Pakistan Air Force, says local news outlet

In a first for Pakistan, a Hindu has been selected as a pilot in the country's air force. The youth, Rahul Dev, has been recruited as a General Duty (GD) pilot officer

Shoaib Akhtar open to role of Indian bowling coach, assures of producing more ‘aggressive, talkative’ bowlers
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Shoaib Akhtar open to role of Indian bowling coach, assures of producing more ‘aggressive, talkative’ bowlers

Former Pakistan fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar on Monday said he is open to taking up the Indian bowling coaching job if there is an offer as his "job is to spread knowledge".

India lodges 'strong protest' with Islamabad over Pakistan SC's ruling allowing polls in Gilgit-Baltistan
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India lodges 'strong protest' with Islamabad over Pakistan SC's ruling allowing polls in Gilgit-Baltistan

The Ministry of External Affairs said a demarche was issued to a senior Pakistani diplomat clearly conveying that the entire union territories of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh, including the areas of Gilgit and Baltistan, are an integral part of India.

Former Pakistan spinner Mushtaq Ahmed says India's Yuzvendra Chahal can be more effective with better use of crease
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Former Pakistan spinner Mushtaq Ahmed says India's Yuzvendra Chahal can be more effective with better use of crease

Ahmed, who is a consultant for his native team, said India's ability to take wickets in the middle-overs in the limited-overs format through Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav has been a game-changer for them

Former Pakistan seamer Mohammad Asif feels PCB gave everyone involved in spot-fixing scandal second chance except him
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Former Pakistan seamer Mohammad Asif feels PCB gave everyone involved in spot-fixing scandal second chance except him

Mohammad Asif said, '"I proved myself not just once but repeatedly. I got the same batsmen out more than once, and it's not like I bowled one fluke great delivery and never did it again.'

India may have to move ICJ due to Pakistan's refusal to grant consular access to Kulbhushan Jadhav, says Harish Salve
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India may have to move ICJ due to Pakistan's refusal to grant consular access to Kulbhushan Jadhav, says Harish Salve

India may have to move the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to gain access to espionage accused Kulbhushan Jadhav after Pakistan failed to comply with the July 2019 order in the case