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Cricket is close to my heart Thakur

BCCI willing to help Afghanistan - Thakur

BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur has said that the Indian board is willing to extend all kinds of help to Afghanistan, who want to use an Indian venue to play their matches. "Afghanistan Cricket Board has requested BCCI that they want to come and play here, use ... ESPN Cricinfo, 1 month ago
Cricket is close to my heart Thakur MSN News US, 2 weeks ago
BCCI ready to help Afg Bangladesh Daily Star, 1 month ago

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India vows to support Afghan cricket

admin May 15, 2015 In Latest Updates , Sports Array AT Monitoring Desk-KABUL: India has vowed to support the Afghan cricket, after the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) sought a home ground in India, said reports the other day. Board of ...
 Afghanistan Times1 month ago UAE deports only illegal Afghan workers, not investors: MoFA  Afghanistan Times1 month ago Mustafiz, a baby-faced killer  China Daily Asia1 week ago Indo-Afghan relations: Way forward  Afghanistan Times1 month ago

BCCI non-committal on Afghanistan's home ground request

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) game development manager Ratnakar Shetty on Wednesday refused to comment on media reports which said that the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) wants to host its 'home' matches in India."We will not discuss ...
 Prokerala2 months ago BCCI refuses to talk about Afghanistan's request to host home matches in India  First Post.com2 months ago
Tolo News

ACB Launches Training Camp Ahead of England Tour

The Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) on Thursday announced the national team is taking part in a training camp in preparation for their 2016 World Cup T20 qualifying matches which will be held in Scotland next month. Eighteen players are taking ...
 Tolo News1 week ago ACB archives inaugurated  Frontier Post2 weeks ago ACB and Alokozay Group Sign Cooperation Agreement  Frontier Post1 month ago ACB, Alokozay Group ink 10-year sponsorship agreement  Afghanistan Times1 month ago
Pakistan Observer

Cricket-crazy Pakistanis Battling Cancer of Terror

The Pakistanis heaved a sigh of relief when their cricket board chairman—a senior colleague of mine from the foreign service days—announced that the Zimbabwe cricket team will, after all, be coming to Pakistan next week as scheduled. Cricket, ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago Welcoming it back: Cricket's departure and its return  The Express Tribune1 month ago #360cricket: An incident-free Zimbabwe tour will raise Pakistan's cricketing hopes  Yahoo! Maktoob News1 month ago We are going to Pakistan, Zimbabwe tells ICC  Daily Times1 month ago
Ani News

Zimbabwe's tour provided an opening for return of international cricket to Pakistan, says Shahryar Khan

Karachi, June 4 (ANI): Jubilant over the successful staging of the Zimbabwe tour, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Shahryar Khan said that the tour has created the possibility of international cricket returning to the nation. Khan said that ...
 Yahoo! India3 weeks ago
MSN India

BCCI, PCB talks again soon, says Thakur

Anurag Thakur, secretary of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), has said that a second round of talks between the BCCI and the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) could take place soon to work out the modalities of the proposed bilateral series between ...
 MSN India1 month ago BCCI PCB second round of talks soon says Thakur  MSN News US1 month ago
The Express Tribune

Zimbabwe opened big gate for cricket in Pakistan: PCB chief

LAHORE: Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Shaharyar Khan said on Wednesday that Zimbabwe's tour had opened a big gate for return of cricket in Pakistan. Addressing a press conference here at Gaddafi Stadium, Shaharyar said: Small gates were ...
 Daily Times3 weeks ago Zimbabwe have opened the gate for cricket in Pakistan: Shahryar Khan  The Express Tribune4 weeks ago Zimbabwe opened gate for cricket in Pakistan: Shahryar  The Nation Pakistan3 weeks ago

PCB appoints panel of match officials for Pak-Zimbabwe series

KARACHI: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) announced a panel of local match officials following the International Cricket Council's (ICC) refusal to appoint its own match officials for the upcoming Pakistan-Zimbabwe series held in Lahore, The PCB ...
 DAWN Group1 month ago New ICC president vows to revive traditional Indo-Pak rivalry  DAWN Group2 days ago No ICC umpires for Zim tour  Zimbabwe Herald1 month ago ICC not to send match officials for Zimbabwe series  DAWN Group1 month ago

Khurram calls it a day

ABU DHABI: Emirates Cricket Board on Friday announced that Khurram Khan has retired from international cricket. Khan steps away from the international game immediately following UAE's first round of the ICC Intercontinental Cup against Ireland in ...
 The Gulf Today3 weeks ago EXCLUSIVE: Khurram Khan - the Emirates purser who stole the hearts of UAE cricket  Yahoo! Maktoob News3 weeks ago Khurram Khan retires from international cricket  Cricbuzz.com3 weeks ago UAE's Khurram Khan retires from international cricket  Daily Times3 weeks ago
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