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New PCB chairman Khan standing by Misbah in aim to bring stability
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Misbah safe as Pakistan cricket captain

Misbah-ul Haq has been backed to stay on as captain until at least next year's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand by Pakistan's new Big News Network, 12 hours ago
Misbah backed to keep captaincy, 20 hours ago

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Pakistans banned pacer Mohammed Aamer has ruled out any chances of playing in the 2015 World Cup in Australia and New Zealand. Aamer, 22, who is serving a five-year ban for spot-fixing admitted he didnt see any realistic chances of playing in the World Cup ...
 The Telegraph2 weeks ago I don't see myself playing 2015 World Cup: Amir  Business Standard2 weeks ago I don`t see myself playing 2015 World Cup: Mohammad Amir  Zee News2 weeks ago 2015 WC will be a very open tournament: Shastri  Sify2 months ago

Banned cricketers Malik, Amir back prison terms for match-fixers

Pakistan`s banned cricketers, Salim Malik and Mohammad Amir have backed moves by New Zealand`s government to enforce prison sentences for players found guilty of spot or match fixing. Malik, who is serving a life ban for match fixing and Amir who is in the ...
 Zee News2 weeks ago Banned Pak cricketers back NZ law  Himalayan times2 weeks ago Banned cricketers Malik, Aamir back prison terms for match fixers  Reuters2 weeks ago Cricket Buzz: Banned cricketers Malik, Aamir back prison terms for fixers  Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Gibbs, Oram refuse to play in Pakistan after Karachi airport attack

Herschelle Gibbs of South Africa and Jacob Oram of New Zealand declined an invitation to play in a T20 tournament in Karachi in the wake of terrorist attack at the Karachi airport on Sunday
 First Post.com2 months ago Gibbs declines offer to play in Pakistan after airport attack  Business Standard2 months ago Gibbs, Oram decline offer to play in Pakistan after airport attack  One India2 months ago Herschelle Gibbs declines offer to play in Pakistan after airport attack  Zee News2 months ago

RS Components Reinforces Support for Electrical Installers and…

Date: Wednesday, August 20, 2014 04:03 GMT · WELLINGTON, New Zealand, Aug. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire-AsiaNet/ Products target diverse range of applications in panel maintenance, conveyor systems and motor control RS Components ...
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Well done, Jayawardene!

Sri Lanka won the second and final test against Pakistan, as an emotional Mahela Jayawardene ended his glittering, 17-year Test career. (Emotional Jayawardene ends Test career on a high Aug. 18) As widely expected a fitting farewell awaited this ...
 Arab News9 hours ago Pakistan's capital on edge after Khan march threat  MSN Philippines21 hours ago Sri Lanka beat Pakistan in second Test, sweep series  World Tribune Pakistan2 days ago Sri Lanka gives Mahela Jayawardene a winning farewell  AsiaNetIndia.com2 days ago
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Dismal Pakistan drop to sixth place in ICC Test Rankings

ISLAMABAD: England and Sri Lanka have improved their positions on the ICC Test Team Championship after winning their series against India and Pakistan, respectively. England defeated India by 3-1 in the series that finished at the Oval on Sunday, ...
 Daily Times8 hours ago ICC Test ranking: Pakistan loses 3rd position after beaten by Sri Lanka  The News Tribe1 day ago ICC Test team rankings  Prokerala1 month ago England creep into top three on Test rankings  Howzit MSN17 hours ago

Auckland 10th most liveable

Re-launch photo competition. Sunrise over Auckland City, photographed from Mt Eden. 22 August 2012 New Zealand Herald Photograph by Natalie Slade NZH 16Jan13 - NZH 28Mar13 - NZH 13Jun13 - Auckland has again been ranked the tenth most liveable city ...
 New Zealand Herald12 hours ago Why Melbourne is the most liveable city (again) hours ago Auckland 10th most liveable city - again  NZ News UK14 hours ago Melbourne named world's most liveable city - again!  AOL UK18 hours ago

Pakistan Cricket Board Chief Says Misbah-ul-Haq Will Remain Captain Till 2015 World Cup

Misbah-ul Haq gestures towards his dressing room during the opening day of the second Test match between Sri Lanka and Pakistan at The Sinhalese Sports Club (SSC) Ground in Colombo on August 14, 2014. AFP Karachi: Pakistan's under-fire ...
 NDTV1 day ago Misbah will remain Pakistan captain till 2015 WC: PCB chief  Business Standard1 day ago PCB Chairman All for Misbah-ul-Haq Remaining Captain Till World Cup  International Business Times India19 hours ago Misbah retained as Pakistan captain until 2015 WC  Cricbuzz.com1 day ago

Shaharyar Khan returns to head Pakistan Cricket Board after much chaos

A spell of chaos and uncertainty in Pakistan cricket came to an end on Monday when Shaharyar Khan was elected unopposed for his second stint as chairman of the national board. Shaharyar, 80, also held the post from 2003-06 before being removed by the ...
 DNA1 day ago Cricket-Chaos over as Shaharyar returns to Pakistan hot seat  Yahoo! UK and Ireland1 day ago Shaharyar returns to Pakistan hot seat  Qatar Peninsula1 day ago Chaos over as Shaharyar returns to Pakistan …  Yahoo! India1 day ago
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