ICC revived Pakistan task team, claims PCB official
ICC revived Pakistan task team, claims PCB official

 The ICC at its annual conference in Barbados has revived the task team for Pakistan cricket after the PCB showed a documentary on the security measures adopted for Zimbabwe's tour to the strife-torn nation last month.

Pakistan send Rahat Ali, Babar Azam as replacements to Sri Lanka
Pakistan send Rahat Ali, Babar Azam as replacements to Sri Lanka

Pakistan cricket selectors Friday announced medium-pacer Rahat Ali and batsman Babar Azam as replacements for injured fast bowler Wahab Riaz and spinning allrounder Haris Sohail for the Test series in Sri Lanka.

Indian agency tried to sabotage Zimbabwe's tour of Pakistan: Minister
Indian agency tried to sabotage Zimbabwe's tour of Pakistan: Minister

In a sensational claim, the home minister of Punjab province in Pakistan on Tuesday said that India's Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) tried to sabotage Zimbabwe's recent tour of Pakistan, according to the Telegraph.

Salman Butt officially admits to spot-fixing in 2010: PCB
Salman Butt officially admits to spot-fixing in 2010: PCB

 Tainted former Pakistan captain Salman Butt on Tuesday signed a confession note admitting to his role in the spot-fixing scandal during the Pakistan versus England series back in 2010, which led to a fove-year ban.

PCB to try and mend relations with Shoaib Akhtar
PCB to try and mend relations with Shoaib Akhtar

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has decided to improve its relations with Shoaib Akhtar as the former fast bowler has stepped up efforts to get back seven million rupees, which he paid to the Board as a fine.

Lack of strategic thinking behind Pakistan's loss in Cricket World Cup
Lack of strategic thinking behind Pakistan's loss in Cricket World Cup

Shortage of positive approach and dearth of successful strategic thinking are among the reasons for Pakistan team's failure during the ODI World Cup, a review committee formed by PCB said.

There should be players body in Pakistan cricket: FICA
There should be players body in Pakistan cricket: FICA

The Federation of International Cricketers Association (FICA) has again advised the Pakistani cricketers to form a players association in their country, saying it will benefit them.

PCB issues ban on its employees from TV commentary
PCB issues ban on its employees from TV commentary

 The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has placed a blanket ban on any of its employees appearing as commentators on television.

We've plan B in case series against India gets canceled: PCB
We've plan B in case series against India gets canceled: PCB

With uncertainty hanging over over the resumption of Indo-Pak bilateral cricket ties later this year, PCB chairman Shaharyar Khan has said that they have an alternate plan in hand if the proposed series against the neighbours in the United Arab Emirates does not materialise.

PCB to invite teams from Sri Lanka, Bangladesh in 2016
PCB to invite teams from Sri Lanka, Bangladesh in 2016

The PCB will invite Sri Lanka and Bangladesh to tour Pakistan next year in its continuing bid to revive international cricket in the country.

No decision on Indo-Pak cricket series, says Sushma Swaraj
No decision on Indo-Pak cricket series, says Sushma Swaraj

 No decision has been taken on Indo-Pak cricket series, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said on Sunday.

We are not playing our home series in India: PCB
We are not playing our home series in India: PCB

The Pakistan Cricket Board has dismissed reports that it was ready to revive bilateral series against India on Indian soil and made it clear that the first series when it happens will be played in UAE as per the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed with BCCI.

PCB upset with India's response to cricket ties
PCB upset with India's response to cricket ties

 The PCB chairman Shaharyar Khan has expressed disappointment over Indian Cricket Board's lukewarm response to the resumption of the bilateral ties between the two countries.

PCB chief upset with India's response to reviving cricket ties
PCB chief upset with India's response to reviving cricket ties

The PCB chairman Shaharyar Khan has expressed disappointment over Indian Cricket Board's lukewarm response to the resumption of the bilateral ties between the two countries.

We are not in favour of playing at a neutral venue with Pakistan: Rajeev Shukla
We are not in favour of playing at a neutral venue with Pakistan: Rajeev Shukla

Amid speculation over the fate of the proposed India-Pakistan series, IPL chairman Rajeev Shukla on Friday said there are "no immediate chances" of revival of cricketing ties between the two countries.

PCB invites PM, Army Chief for T20 vs Zimbabwe
PCB invites PM, Army Chief for T20 vs Zimbabwe

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has invited Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and the Chief of army General Raheel Sharif to watch the T20 match between Pakistan and Zimbabwe at the Gaddafi stadium on Friday.

Hope Zimbabwe series will bring more teams to Pakistan: Shaharyar Khan​
Hope Zimbabwe series will bring more teams to Pakistan: Shaharyar Khan​

Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Shaharyar Khan is optimistic that once Zimbabwe completes the tour of Pakistan successfully, it will open the doors for more Test teams to visit the country.

Decision on Indo-Pak series after June 15: Anurag Thakur
Decision on Indo-Pak series after June 15: Anurag Thakur

According to newly-elected BCCI secretary, Anurag Thakur, the decision on much-awaite d cricket series between arch-rivals India and Pakistan is likely to be taken after June 15.

Zimbabwe brings international cricket back to Pakistan
Zimbabwe brings international cricket back to Pakistan

The Zimbabwe cricket team landed in Pakistan in the early hours of Tuesday, becoming the first Test-playing nation to visit the militancy-wracked South Asian country in six years, Lahore airport officials said.

Tickets go on sale in Pakistan for Zimbabwe series
Tickets go on sale in Pakistan for Zimbabwe series

Tickets went on sale in Pakistan Saturday for next week`s cricket series against Zimbabwe, days after a major militant attack put the visit -- the first by a Test playing nation in six years -- in doubt.