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PCB pulls up tainted pacer Mohammad Amir for appearing in TV show

PCB pulls up tainted pacer Mohammad Amir for appearing in TV show

The PCB is unhappy with tainted left arm pacer Muhammad Aamir for appearing in a TV show just prior to the departure of the national squad for England. The post PCB pulls up tainted pacer Mohammad Amir for appearing in TV show appeared first on Firstpost . First, 1 week ago

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Pakistan's Wahab supports 'little brother' Aamir

‘As a team, as a squad of 17 plus our team management, all of us are going to support Mohammad Aamir’ IMAGE: Pakistan pace bowler Mohammad Amir takes part in a practice session. Photograph: Faisal Mahmood/Reuters. Mohammad Aamir is part of the Pakistan family and will always have the support of his team mates as he prepares to return to Lord's six years after the scandal that derailed his career, fast bowler Wahab Riaz has said. The paceman spent time in jail and served a five-year ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago Aamir is like our little brother, says Wahab Riaz  The Nation Pakistan3 days ago
The Nation Pakistan

Aamir backs life bans for fixers

KARACHI - Pakistan's Mohammad Aamir said match-fixers should be banned for life as he prepares to return to Test cricket at Lord's, where an infamous 2010 spot-fixing scandal landed him a jail term and a five-year ban. The fast bowler backed ...
 The Nation Pakistan6 days ago Aamir can't put a foot wrong, warns Pakistan manager  The Nation Pakistan1 week ago Mohammad Amir hopes to pass England Test  Times of India1 week ago Coach Arthur to back Aamir  Calcutta Telegraph2 weeks ago
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PCB warns Aamir of 'bad situations' during England tour

KARACHI - Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) top officials have told tainted left arm pacer Mohammad Aamir to behave well on the tour to England and follow each and every instruction of the team management, anti-corruption code and the security manager. ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 week ago PCB gives special instructions to Mohammad Aamir before England tour  ABP Live1 week ago Follow instructions of team management, anti-corruption, security manager: PCB to Amir  Firstpost.com1 week ago

I don't think Mohammad Aamir will get hostile reception in England: Imran Khan

Karachi, June 20: Pakistan's former cricket captain Imran Khan does not expect tainted left-arm pacer Mohammad Aamir to get a hostile reception during the upcoming series in England. Aamir gets UK visa; Aamir booed on return "I don't think he will get a ...
 One India5 days ago Don't expect Aamir to get hostile reception in UK: Imran Khan  Jagran Post5 days ago Spy who never was, speaks up after 14 years  The Hindu2 months ago

Dadri fallout: VHP demands apology from UP govt, SRK, Aamir others

Bharuch: Citing the forensic report claiming that meat found at the house of Mohammad Akhlaq was of cow or its progeny, VHP has demanded an apology from the Uttar Pradesh government, Bollywood actors Shah Rukh Khan and Aamir Khan, and all those who ...
 Siasat Daily3 weeks ago POST DADRI REPORT VHP DARES UP CM TO PUT PORK STALL IN AMU  Financial Express3 weeks ago Dadri lynching: VHP wants apology from UP govt, Shah Rukh, Aamir Khan, others who returned awards  DNA3 weeks ago VHP strikes again, seeks apology from Shah Rukh Khan and Aamir Khan for their intolerance remark!  Bollywoodlife.com3 weeks ago

PCB confident of getting Mohammad Amir's visa for England tour

Aamir made his international comeback in January in New Zealand after serving a five-year ban. Last Updated: Sunday, May 29, 2016 - 20:34 Karachi: Pakistan Cricket Board is confident that tainted left-arm pacer Mohammad Aamir will soon be issued a visa to ...
 Zee News3 weeks ago Return to Ground Zero: PCB brief Mohammad Aamir on avoiding controversies in hostile England  Firstpost.com3 weeks ago
The Nation Pakistan

Pakistan confirms Mohammad Aamir UK visa for Test series

Karachi, June 9: Pakistan cricket authorities today confirmed fast bowler Mohammad Aamir has been issued a British visa, clearing him to play in England for the first time since being convicted of spot-fixing six years ago. Coach Mickey Arthur vows to ...
 One India2 weeks ago Aamir gets British visa  The Nation Pakistan2 weeks ago

Mohammad Aamir: PCB begins efforts to get UK visa for speedster

Butt, Asif and Aamir were all found guilty of spot fixing during the fourth test against England at Lords in August, 2010 and later banned for a minimum of five-years by the International Cricket Council. Last Updated: Wednesday, May 11, 2016 - 10:17 Karachi: ...
 Zee News1 month ago PCB to plead special case to secure visa for Mohammad Amir ahead of summer tour  Firstpost.com1 month ago PCB begin efforts to get UK visa for Mohammad Aamir  Indian Express1 month ago PCB begins efforts to get UK visa for Mohammad Aamir  Mid Day1 month ago

Man wrongly jailed speaks up on youths in prison

Journalists Niranjan Takle, Jatin Desai, author Mohammad Aamir Khan, journalist Kumar Ketkar and professor Ram Puniyani during the launch of the book at Mumbai Press Club. (Photo: Asian Age) Despite being falsely charged and jailed for 14 years as a ...
 Asian Age2 months ago
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