New Zealand Cricket said they received a security alert from their government and made the decision to cancel the tour moments before the scheduled start of the one-day international series in Rawalpindi. Both teams stayed at their hotel.
The left-arm paceman who now only freelances in T20 leagues across the globe has made it clear that he will not make himself available for selection until they are in charge.
Jasprit Bumrah will be the most unusual but great fast bowler if fitness permits, said Shoaib Akhtar.
After hitting the nadir with 36 all out in Adelaide, the Indian team bounced back magnificently to level the series, beating Australia by eight wickets in the second Test in Melbourne.
India vs Australia: Shoaib Akhtar says tour will be Rohit Sharma’s ‘best chance’ to prove his captaincy
Though Ajinkya Rahane is the vice-captain on paper, Akhtar sees Rohit taking over leadership duties from Kohli following the first Test at the Adelaide Oval.
Akhtar's name has been doing rounds as the PCB is seriously considering relieving head coach, Misbah off his dual responsibility.
'He plays that shot very rarely': Mohammad Kaif recalls Sachin Tendulkar’s iconic six off Shoaib Akhtar in 2003 WC
Former India batsman Mohammad Kaif recalled Sachin Tendulkar's iconic six off Pakistan bowler Shoaib Akhtar during a 2003 World Cup match in Centurion.
Dhoni was in peak form and had already hit Akhtar three boundaries in a single over. The pressure was building up and the fast bowler tried to unsettle him by bowling the beamer.
Firstpost Masterclass: Balance, footwork, mindset, and more, Aakash Chopra explains the technique of batting
Head position? Batting stance? Footwork? Dealing with bouncers? Former India batsman Aakash Chopra explains all this and more in this Firstpost Masterclass on batting.
PCB clarifies Tafazzul Rizvi filed defamation case against Shoaib Akhtar in personal capacity, board has nothing to do with it
The PCB on Thursday clarified that it has not filed any complaint with the cyber crime unit of the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) against former pacer Shoaib Akhtar, insisting that the charge was made by its legal advisor Tafazzul Rizvi in his individual capacity.
VVS Laxman could not figure out Mohammad Asif's deliveries during India-Pakistan Karachi Test in 2006, recalls Shoaib Akhtar
Pakistan legend Shoaib Akhtar has revealed as to why his teammate Mohammad Asif was able to rattle former Indian cricketer VVS Laxman in the 2006 Karachi Test between India and Pakistan.
Happy Birthday Wasim Akram: Shoaib Akhtar, ICC and others wish legendary cricketer on his special day
The International Cricket Council (ICC) highlighted all of Akram's achievements in his career wishing the legendary cricketer on his birthday.
'He could read the ball a second faster than others': Shoaib Akhtar recalls being unable to bowl out Inzamam-Ul-Haq at nets
Shoaib Akhtar revealed that Inzamam could read the ball a second faster than others. Akhtar said that he could not bowl the former captain out even once in the nets in 10 years.
Former Pakistan pacer Shoaib Akhtar tears into ICC, blames global body for 'successfully finishing cricket' over last 10 years
The ICC has "successfully finished" cricket in the last 10 years and brought it down to its knees, former Pakistan pacer Shoaib Akhtar has insisted in a scathing criticism of the sport's global body.
PCB's Tafazzul Rizvi not satisfied with Shoaib Akhtar’s reply to defamation notice, set to drag former Pakistan pacer to court
Senior lawyer and PCB's legal counsel Tafazzul Rizvi on Monday said he will drag Shoaib Akhtar to the court since he is not satisfied with former pacer's response to the defamation notice sent to him.
Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen has revealed that he was shocked to see Shoaib Akhtar bowl at an unimaginable pace during the 2005 Test series against Pakistan.
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.
The flamboyant Shoaib Akhtar has accused the International Cricket Council of "throwing neutrality out of the window" after being trolled by the apex body for claiming that he can, even now, dismiss Australian run-machine Steve Smith in a jiffy.
Shoaib Akhtar says notice for defamation sent by PCB is 'legally defective, merit-less and misconceived'
Former Pakistan pace spearhead Shoaib Akhtar has responded to the defamation notice sent to him by the Pakistan Cricket Board's legal counsel Tafazzul Rizvi, calling it "legally defective, merit-less and misconceived".
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