Pakistan cricket can survive without playing India, says PCB chief
Pakistan cricket can survive without playing India, says PCB chief

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Shaharyar Khan has said that he is not hopeful about having a bilateral series against India in the near future, considering the current political turmoil between the two nations.

We will not play our home series India, clarifies Shaharyar Khan
We will not play our home series India, clarifies Shaharyar Khan

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has outrightly rejected the suggestion from ICC President Zaheer Abbas to go and play its home series in India in December.

Think a lot before deciding on tainted trio: Shahid Afridi to PCB
Think a lot before deciding on tainted trio: Shahid Afridi to PCB

Senior Pakistan cricketer Shahid Afridi says the PCB need to tread very carefully while deciding on return of tainted trio of Salman Butt, Muhammad Asif and Muhammad Aamir to competitive cricket.

ICC cannot compel a board to play bi-lateral series: Zaheer Abbas
ICC cannot compel a board to play bi-lateral series: Zaheer Abbas

With the PCB indicating that it may raise the issue of India not agreeing on a bilateral series in the UAE with the ICC, the cricket world body's President Zaheer Abbas today made it clear that they cannot be compelled to play against each other.

PCB chief Shaharyar Khan admits Indo-Pak series in December unlikely
PCB chief Shaharyar Khan admits Indo-Pak series in December unlikely

Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Shaharyar Khan on Sunday admitted that chances of the bilateral series between his country and India taking place in December are now very slim.

PCB cautious on Salman Butt, Muhammad Asif's comeback
PCB cautious on Salman Butt, Muhammad Asif's comeback

Faced with divided opinion on allowing tainted cricketers Salman Butt and Muhammad Asif to make a comeback to the domestic and international cricket, PCB on Thursday sought clarification from the ICC on the issue.

PCB faces embarrassing situation
PCB faces embarrassing situation

 The Pakistan Cricket Board faced an embarrassing situation at its Board of Governors meeting in Lahore when the President of the largest cricket association in the country revolted against the new domestic structure introduced by PCB.

Pakistan hopes India talks will help cricket revival
Pakistan hopes India talks will help cricket revival

Pakistan`s cricket chief has expressed hope that next week`s diplomatic talks between his country and India will help the revival of cricket between the two rivals after a seven-year hiatus.

Deadlock over contracts between PCB officials, players
Deadlock over contracts between PCB officials, players

 The Pakistan Cricket Board and representatives of the national team players find themselves in a deadlock over the terms and conditions of the new central contracts, to be issued this month.

Planned Indo-Pak series in "real danger": Shaharyar Khan
Planned Indo-Pak series in "real danger": Shaharyar Khan

 Amid speculation over the resumption of Indo-Pak cricketing ties, PCB Chairman Shaharyar Khan on Monday admitted that the planned series between the two nations in UAE in December is in "real danger" and said that he plans to travel to India next month to discuss the issue.

PCB's unique talent hunt: Post skills in video, get picked for competitive cricket
PCB's unique talent hunt: Post skills in video, get picked for competitive cricket

The PCB has found an unique way to tap budding talent as a launch of web portal is on the anvil in order to give the spotters an idea about the reservoir of talent in the region.

We have back-up plans if India refuses to play: PCB chief Shaharyar Khan
We have back-up plans if India refuses to play: PCB chief Shaharyar Khan

The Chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Shaharyar Khan has said that the PCB has been working on a back up plan if India refuses to play the bilateral series in the United Arab Emirates in December.

Wasim Akram in favour of resumption of Indo-Pak cricket ties
Wasim Akram in favour of resumption of Indo-Pak cricket ties

Former Pakistan captain Wasim Akram has said that he is in favour of resuming bilateral cricket ties with India.

Najam Sethi still optimistic about Indo-Pak series in December
Najam Sethi still optimistic about Indo-Pak series in December

Former Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Najam Sethi has said that he is still optimistic about the resumption of Indo-Pak bilateral cricket series in December.

Aizad Sayid's appointment as NCA development director sparks debate
Aizad Sayid's appointment as NCA development director sparks debate

The Pakistan Cricket Board's decision to appoint Aizad Sayid, a person who has never played a Test for the country, as the development director at the National Cricket Academy, has sparked a debate.

PCB wants ICC task force to visit Pakistan
PCB wants ICC task force to visit Pakistan

 The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) wants the ICC task force on Pakistan cricket to visit the country in a bid to fast track the revival of regular international cricket here.

Discontent brewing in Pakistan cricket over new domestic structure
Discontent brewing in Pakistan cricket over new domestic structure

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is facing stiff resistance from players and its affiliated departments and regions over a proposed domestic structure which is likely to be implemented this year.

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.