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WC: Wives, families of Pak players not to travel with team

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) wants to ensure its players stay focused during the upcoming World Cu and has banned wives and families of the cricketers from accompanying them during the course of the showpiece event beginning May 30 in England and Wales. This policy is not in line with the standard operating procedure. Earlier,

Covering of Imran pictures in India regrettable: PCB

The Pakistan Cricket Board has said it will take up with the BCCI the “regrettable” removal of pictures of its former players at a couple of venues in India, owing to the Pulwama terror attack, during an ICC meeting next month.In a statement issued late Sunday night, the PCB’s Managing Director Wasim Khan said the

PCB briefs Lankan delegation about security measures ahead of Lahore T20I

Lahore, October 28, Pakistan Cricket Board’s (PCB) security and vigilance head Colonel (retd) Muhammad Azam has briefed the visiting Sri Lankan security team about the security arrangements ahead of the final T20I of the three-match series between two nations on October 29 at the Gaddafi Stadium. According to the Geo news, Azam explained the Sri

First Sikh cricketer selected in Pakistan’s National Cricket Academy

Mahinder Pal Singh becomes the first sikh cricketer who is selected in Pakistan’s National Cricket Academy (NCA). He belongs to Nankana Sahib district. The 21-year old found a place in a fast bowlers camp organized by Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). He was selected for the emerging players camp held in Multan under PCB’s tutelage. Although

Pakistan to host World XI in September, confirms PCB chairman

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Monday confirmed that 15 players from seven different countries have agreed to visit the country as part of the World XI squad visiting to play a three-match T20 series to be held in Lahore next month. Addressing a press conference, PCB chairman Najam Sethi said that the Punjab Government

Najam Sethi ex-PCB chiefs next chairman

Najam Sethi gets backing from ex-PCB chiefs to be next chairman

Najam Sethi gets backing from ex-PCB chiefs to be next chairman. Veteran journalist and cricket enthusiast Najam Sethi has received endorsements from two former chairmen of the Pakistan Cricket Board to be the next PCB chairman in place of Shaharyar Mohammad Khan whose three-year term ended on Sunday.Najam Sethi is currently the PCB Executive Committee head. The election for new