ICC to decide on Amir using PCB`s training facilities

The five-member ICC sub-committee in all likelihood will review whether certain clauses incorporated in Mohammed Amir`s five-year ban for indulging in spot-fixing can be relaxed in order to allow the talented paceman opportunity to use PCB`s training facilities.

Ajmal says Pak focusing on Champions Trophy after putting rest to 2010 betting scam

Pakistani spin star Saeed Ajmal has said that Pakistan is determined to put the corruption scandal of 2010 behind them and focus on the upcoming ICC Champions Trophy and the rest of the 2013 season.

Chief selector says `lack of world-class` quicks concern for Pakistan

Pakistan chief selector Iqbal Qasim has claimed the lack of quality fast bowlers in the country is a matter of concern for them, adding they need to nurture more quicks on the grassroots.

Mohammed Amir to join PCB in fighting corruption

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has decided to use banned fast-bowler Mohammad Amir in fighting corruption and warning the country`s cricketers about the ill effects of getting involved in spot-fixing or match-fixing, the board`s chief Zaka Ashraf has said.

Amir should seek clemency and not challenge ICC Ban

The Pakistan Cricket Board feels that Mohammed Amir should seek pardon from the ICC instead of appealing against his five-year ban imposed on him by the world governing body.

PCB in dark on Amir`s "spot-fixing" confession in UK court

The PCB will seek details about reports that Mohammed Amir had submitted a written confession during a hearing at the Southwark Crown Court in London admitting to spot-fixing.

Former players, legal experts unconvinced by Amir confession

Legal experts believe that the confession made by Pakistan`s banned Mohammed Amir was a move designed to help reduce the length of an expected prison term.

PCB officially files appeal with ICC to review five-year ban on Amir

PCB has officially filed an appeal with the International Cricket Council, seeking review over its five-year ban imposed on Mohammed Amir.

Asif, Amir submit appeals against ICC suspension

Mohd Amir and Mohd Asif, two of the three Pak players implicated in spot-mixing, have appealed against their provisional suspension.