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  • British PM Major skipped 1996 Olympics to watch cricket

    British prime minister John Major dodged going to the Atlanta 1996 Olympics to stay in London and watch cricket instead, newly declassified files showed on Tuesday...

    But the cricket-loving premier stuck to his guns and missed seeing Britain's only gold medal — to watch England lose to Pakistan instead in the first Test at Lord's...

  • Officials in India to assess security for Pakistan cricket team before T20 World Cup

    LAHORE: A two-member team reached India Monday morning to review the security situation ahead of a possible visit by the Pakistan cricket team for participation in the ICC T20 World Cup which kicks off in Kolkata on March 16, immigration officials at the Wagah border confirmed...

    The team comprises Director Federal Investigation Agency Usman Anwar and Pakistan Cricket Board Chief Security Officer Retired Col Azam Khan, and is expected...

  • India issues visa to Pakistan blind cricket team for 2017 world cup

    Pakistan blind cricket team was issued visas on Wednesday by the Indian High Commission for participating in the World T20 Championship in India, Pakistan Blind Cricket Council (PBCC) officials told DawnNews...

    Pakistan Blind Cricket Council (PBCC) has planned to travel to India on January 28 as the championship begins from January 30...

  • Pakistan, India to clash in Blind Cricket World Cup final

    AJMAN: Arch-rivals Pakistan and India set up a tantalising title decider in the Blind Cricket World Cup after they cruised to victories in their semi-finals here on Wednesday...

    Pakistan had a resounding 156-run victory over Sri Lanka while India thrashed Bangladesh by seven wickets...

  • Future cricket stars on show as India meet Pakistan in Under 19 World Cup

    India head into Tuesday's Under 19 World Cup semi-final against Pakistan in Potchefstroom as slight favourites but cricket matches between these two sides are seldom straightforward...

    "When you talk about India-Pakistan (matches) that brings out an extra edge to the whole competition," said former India Test player Zaheer Khan in the Indian media...

  • Captains say cricket's Asia Cup will give 2019 World Cup pointers

    Sri Lanka and Bangladesh will have an eye fixed firmly on the 2019 World Cup when they get the Asia Cup underway in Dubai on Saturday...

    Defending champions India, who have won the Asia Cup six times, are led by dashing opener Rohit Sharma as regular captain and world-class batsman Virat Kohli is rested after a gruelling tour of England...

  • India win Under-19 Cricket World Cup for the fourth time

    Opening batsman Manjot Kalra scored an unbeaten 101 and India won the Under-19 Cricket World Cup for the fourth time with an eight-wicket victory Saturday over Australia...

    India, which lost the 2014 final to the West Indies, cruised in reply to 220-2 and never looked threatened in surpassing Australia's total in the 39th over...

  • Pakistan to provide 400 balls for Blind Cricket World Cup

    Pakistan will be supplying 400 cricket balls for the Blind Cricket World Cup scheduled to be held in Pakistan and UAE in January 2018, said Pakistan Blind Cricket Council (PBCC) Chairman Syed Sultan Shah...

    "All blind cricket playing nations are using Pakistan manufactured cricket balls," he told APP...

  • PM grants Rs20m for Pakistan to host Blind Cricket World Cup 2018

    The Pakistan Blind Cricket Council (PBCC) has received a Rs20 million grant from Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to host the Blind Cricket World Cup scheduled to be held in Sharjah and Pakistan from January 10-25, 2018...

    "A total of Rs50m is required to host the Blind Cricket World Cup, and we have also requested the Punjab government and our other sponsors for their support in this regard," PBCC Chairman Syed Sultan Shah told APP... ...

  • Pakistan women cricket team qualifies for Women's World Cup

    Pakistan women cricket team qualified for the upcoming Women's World Cup in England despite being demolished by India women cricket team by seven wickets at Colombo's P Sara Oval, reported espncricinfo...

    India's Ekta Bisht showed her career-best returns during the match as she took five wickets for eight runs in 10 overs, paving the way for Pakistan's collapse at 67...

  • ‘Hosting Blind Cricket World Cup an honour for Pakistan’

    KARACHI: Chairman of Pakistan Blind Cricket Council (PBCC) Syed Sultan Shah on Tuesday said Pakistan will be proud to host the fifth edition of the Blind Cricket World Cup which will be played simultaneously in Pakistan and the UAE in January 2018...

    He expressed these views in a meeting with Chairman of the District Municipal Corporation (DMC), Karachi South, Malik Mohammad Fayyaz here who said it is a real honour for Pakistan to...

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