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Sarfraz should remain quiet on Pak team management's decision, says Rashid
Ani News

Sarfraz Ahmed should remain quiet on Pakistan team management'...

Karachi: Former Pakistani skipper Rashid Latif has advised wicketkeeper-batsman Sarfraz Ahmed to remain silent on the team management's decisions, adding that it is his best strategy as well as strength. He praised him for performing well in T20 and ... ZeeNews.com, 1 month ago
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Ani News

Rashid Latif wants Indo-Pak day-night Test

Former Pakistan wicketkeeper Rashid Latif believes that subcontinent nations like India and Pakistan should step forward to stage day-night Test matches in order to revive dwindling interest in long format of the game. Latif said that South Asian ...
 Asian Age2 months ago Rashid Latif urges India, Pakistan for day-night games for Tests' survival  Ani News2 months ago
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Deccan Chronicle

Rashid Latif bats for India-Pakistan Tests under lights

3/8 Manoj Tiwary: He has been in and out of the Indian team for a long time now. In between, an injury sidelined him for months. But the right-handed batsman is back in the fray. Though a limited overs specialist, he worships Don Bradman style of ...
 Deccan Chronicle2 months ago Rashid Latif Wants Pakistan, India to Bat for Day-Night Tests  NDTV2 months ago Pakistan-India day-night Tests would pump life into cricket: Latif  DAWN Group2 months ago Rashid Latif suggests Pakistan, India day-night clashes for Tests' survival  HT Syndication2 months ago
Pakistan Observer

Pakistan capable of making 5-0 clean-sweep against SL: Rashid

- Karachi—Former skipper Rashid Latif has said that Pakistan is capable of making a clean-sweep in the five-match One-day International series against Sri Lanka. If Pakistan carry forward the momentum they picked from the final Test and first ...
 Pakistan Observer1 month ago Defensive mindset cost Pakistan: former players  The Express Tribune1 month ago Rashid Latif prediction about Pakistan cricket team  The News Tribe1 month ago Pakistan can clean sweep experience-less Sri Lanka: Rashid Latif  The Express Tribune1 month ago

Sub-continental Boards should think about night Tests: Latif

f India | Karachi July 1, 2015 Last Updated at 22:02 IST Former Pakistan captain Rashid Latif today asked cricket authorities in South Asian region to seriously think about staging day-night Test matches at night for the survival of the five-day format.
 Business Standard2 months ago
Pakistan Observer

Rashid calls ICC for launching Disabled Cricket World Cup

- Karachi—Former captain Rashid Latif has called upon the International Cricket Council (ICC) for launching Cricket World Cup for impaired cricketers. He said this at a news conference here at the National Stadium on Wednesday held in connection ...
 Pakistan Observer2 weeks ago Rashid urges ICC to launch World Cup for disabled cricketers  Daily Times2 weeks ago Pakistan's disabled cricketers to compete in 5-nation event at Dhaka  DAWN Group2 weeks ago Hasnain to lead Pak team in 5-nation disabled cricket in BD  Pakistan Observer2 weeks ago
Business Recorder

Rashid Latif Strictly Against Bringing Back Spot-Fixing Trio

Friday, 21 August 2015 13:21 Posted by Former Pakistan captain Rashid Latif has criticized former players Salman Butt, Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Amir, as he feels they didn't deserve a second chance. According to local media reports Rashid ...
 Business Recorder1 week ago Allowing spot-fixing trio back will be biggest injustice: Latif  DAWN Group2 weeks ago Latif demands Srinavasan's resignation  The Express Tribune1 month ago
Himalayan Times

Pakistan cricket circle divided over tainted trio's return to team

Airing his views on the issue, former skipper Rashid Latif said he is totally against any such move. "I will not support their comeback to international cricket simply because they will replace someone who might not be as talented as them but has done nothing ...
 Jagran Post2 weeks ago Pak trio under restrictions despite bans lifted  Himalayan Times19 hours ago Pak trio restricted at home  Saudi Gazette21 hours ago People are praying for my return: Salman Butt  The Nation Pakistan1 day ago
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QatarsHub.com

GCC chief meets members of GCC technical committee of secured communication network

GCC Secretary General Dr. Abdul Latif Bin Rashid al Zayani met here Sunday with members of the technical committee for secured communication network which includes representatives of the competent authorities in the GCC ministries, reports QNA. ...
 QatarsHub.com4 days ago Kerry meet with GCC ministers expected to focus on Syria  Gulf News1 month ago GCC chief discusses Yemen developments with UN envoy  Arabstoday.net1 month ago Iran's nuke deal, Syria, Yemen top the agenda of GCC FMs' meet with Kerry  Qatar Tribune1 month ago
The Express Tribune

Pakistan cricket fraternity not as forgiving as ICC

Rashid Latif, Mohsin Khan, and Bazid Khan are just few of the severa­l cricke­ters agains­t the tainte­d player­s inclus­ion PHOTO: AFP The International Cricket Council (ICC) has confirmed that the three exiled cricketers of ...
 The Express Tribune2 weeks ago Pride of Pakistan : Younis Khan  Daily Times1 week ago I want to retire as captain, says Younus Khan  The Express Tribune1 month ago Former players hail Younus Khan's match-winning knock  Daily Times1 month ago
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