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Foreign players refuse to travel to Lahore for PSL final
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Foreign players refuse to travel to Lahore for PSL final

'We are willing to provide the best security to foreign players. Lahore is still a safe city and the final can be held here.' IMAGE: People check the condition of a victim after a blast in Lahore. Photograph: Mohsin Raza/Reuters The Pakistan Cricket Board has been left to ponder over the fate of the Pakistan Super League final scheduled to be played in Lahore on March 7 following a suicide bomb attack killed 15 people and injured scores in the city.PSL chairman Najam Sethi told Geo News ... Rediff.com, 6 days ago

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Khyber News, 1 month ago
Khyber News, 1 month ago
SAMAA TV, 1 month ago
The Nation Pakistan, 2 months ago
The Freepress Journal, 3 months ago
Indian Express, 3 months ago
Daily Herald Tribune, 5 months ago
The Nation Pakistan, 7 months ago
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'Lara, Jayasuriya can vouch for security of cricketers in Pak'

PCB lashes out at FICA for terming Pakistan unsafe The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has lashed out at the Federation for International Cricketers Association (FICA) for advising players not to tour Pakistan due to an extremely elevated state of insecurity in the country. FICA said in a statement on Tuesday that players should not play in the final of the Pakistan Super League being planned by the PCB in March. The PCB has also invited the West Indies Cricket Board to play two T20 international ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago PCB slams FICA for advising players not to tour Pakistan due to security issues  catchnews.com1 month ago

LeJ's chief Asif Chotu killed along with 3 associates in Pakistan

Outlawed Lashkar-e-Jhangvis chief Asif Chotu, who was on Pakistans most wanted terrorist list and carried a bounty of Rs 3,000,000 on his head, was killed along with his three associates near here, police said today. "Four terrorists including the chief of ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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