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Ironic announcements: Mohammad Aamer and the Wisden awards
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Ironic announcements: Mohammad Aamer and the Wisden awards

Though Mohammad Aamer had made his Test debut in 2009-10, it was his spectacular performance in the English summer that had propelled him to the next level. Seldom has the cricket world witnessed such talent in a teenager: to some he was a reincarnated Wasim ... DNA, 6 days ago

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Pakistan spot-fixing trio eyeing international cricket comeback

Pakistani cricketers Salman Butt, Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Aamer have vowed to make a return to international cricket, three years to the day of them being banned for spot-fixing.
 India Today2 months ago Tainted Pak cricketers vow to return to international cricket  Business Standard2 months ago
Pakistan Today

UK groups write to President Mamnoon for release of Blasphemy convict

ONLINE- Politicians and academics in Britain have called for the release of a mentally ill Briton Mohammad Asghar, who was sentenced to death in Pakistan for blasphemy. In an open letter published on Thursday, the group raised concerns about ...
 Pakistan Today1 month ago Salmond joins campaign to save Scot from death penalty  Herald Scotland1 month ago Plea to release Scot from death row in Pakistan  Herald Scotland1 month ago
The Express Tribune

Pakistan launches new hunt for coach

KARACHI: Pakistan cricket leaders have ended Moin Khan's two-month stay as head coach after the team's disastrous exit from the World Twenty20 tournament. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) placed newspaper adverts Friday for coaches as it started a ...
 Arab News19 minutes ago PCB to probe cricketers playing with Kaneria  NDTV4 hours ago Pakistan probes stars for playing with shamed spinner  Cricbuzz.com11 hours ago PCB probes players for playing with banned Kaneria  Dunya News11 hours ago
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Saudi Gazette

Latif rejects top job over corrupt players

KARACHI — Former Pakistan cricket captain Rashid Latif said on Tuesday he turned down the job of national chief selector because he could not work with former players tainted by corruption. The 45-year-old, who famously blew the whistle on ...
 BDlive2 days ago Latif snubbed job over tainted ex-pros  Saudi Gazette2 days ago 'Tarnished' ex-pros made Latif snub Pakistan job  Dhaka Tribune2 days ago Tarnished ex-pros made Latif snub chief selector's job  Qatar Peninsula2 days ago
Cricbuzz.com

Pakistan to probe fixing in domestic Twenty20

KARACHI: Pakistan on Tuesday said it would investigate allegations of match-fixing in a domestic Twenty20 match last week. Former batsman Basit Ali made the charges over the T20 Cup match between the Sialkot Stallions and Karachi Dolphins on ...
 Times of India1 month ago
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Jagran Post

Misbah wants Pakistan to challenge Australia

Pakistan achieved their fastest run chase of 302 to beat Sri Lanka in the third and final Test in Sharjah on Monday, levelling the series 1-1. Misbah said he hoped his team would further lift their game to challenge Australia. "Australia is a very ...
 Jagran Post2 months ago
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