Sub-continental Boards should think about night Tests: Rashid Latif
Sub-continental Boards should think about night Tests: Rashid Latif

Former Pakistan captain Rashid Latif on Wednesday asked cricket authorities in South Asian region to seriously think about staging day-night Test matches at night for the survival of the five-day format.

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.

Rashid Latif wants Waqar Younis to step down after 3-0 loss against Bangladesh
Rashid Latif wants Waqar Younis to step down after 3-0 loss against Bangladesh

Former Pakistan captain Rashid Latif on Thursday suggested head coach Waqar Younis to step down in the wake of national team's humiliating 0-3 drubbing in the ODI series against Bangladesh.

No need to press panic button: PCB after Bangladesh defeat
No need to press panic button: PCB after Bangladesh defeat

 The Pakistan Cricket Board said on Thursday it would not press any panic buttons following the whitewash in the one-day series in Bangladesh.

Pakistan greats slam team over Bangladesh defeat
Pakistan greats slam team over Bangladesh defeat

Pakistani greats on Monday slammed the team`s first ever series loss to Bangladesh, with former captain Javed Miandad terming it the "lowest point" in his country`s cricketing history. 

Cricket World Cup: Former Pakistan players rue ouster of Asian teams from final
Cricket World Cup: Former Pakistan players rue ouster of Asian teams from final

Former Pakistani cricketers rued the failure of any Asian team to make it to the cricket World Cup final after Australia beat India by 95 runs in the second semi-final in Sydney on Thursday.

Current ODI rules make it too easy for batsmen: Rashid Latif
Current ODI rules make it too easy for batsmen: Rashid Latif

Former Pakistan captain Rashid Latif has made a strong plea to the International Cricket Council (ICC) to revise the fielding restrictions rule in One-day Internationals in a bid to stop devaluation of former greats' achievements.

ICC World Cup: Silence descends on Karachi after defeat to India
ICC World Cup: Silence descends on Karachi after defeat to India

An eerie silence descended on Pakistan's biggest city today after its national cricket team was annihilated in the much-hyped up World Cup game against India in Adelaide.

Rock star Sohail Khan gives Pakistan mountain of muscle
Rock star Sohail Khan gives Pakistan mountain of muscle

From throwing rocks down mountains and training by swimming across rivers and streams in Pakistan's troubled north-west, unheralded pace bowler Sohail Khan has come a long way.

ICC World Cup 2015: Afghanistan look to repeat Ireland shock factor
ICC World Cup 2015: Afghanistan look to repeat Ireland shock factor

Afghanistan hope to follow the World Cup giant-killing blueprint drawn up by fellow outsiders Ireland when they make their debut at the game`s showpiece tournament.

Shahid Afridi should continue playing ODIs even after World Cup: Rashid Latif
Shahid Afridi should continue playing ODIs even after World Cup: Rashid Latif

Former captain Rashid Latif has sparked off a new controversy in Pakistan cricket by suggesting that flamboyant all-rounder Shahid Afridi must not retire from one-day internationals after the World Cup.

Mohsin Khan turns down chief Shahryar Khan's offer to work in PCB
Mohsin Khan turns down chief Shahryar Khan's offer to work in PCB

Former Pakistan chief selector and coach Mohsin Khan has reportedly turned down an offer to work in the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) by Shahryar Khan during the chairman's visit to Karachi.

Pakistan bowling is finished without Ajmal: Rashid Latif
Pakistan bowling is finished without Ajmal: Rashid Latif

The ban imposed by the International Cricket Council (ICC) on spinner Saeed Ajmal for illegal bowling action is a deadly blow to Pakistan's 'threatening bowling' unit, feels former skipper Rashid Latif.

Former Pakistan players want Misbah removed as captain
Former Pakistan players want Misbah removed as captain

Even though the political climate in Pakistan is heated up and uncertainty prevails but that has not prevented former players from wading into the national team for its poor performances in Sri Lanka and for renewed calls to remove Misbah-ul-Haq as captain.

Rashid Latif wants PCB to follow India`s bench strength policy

Former captain Rashid Latif has advised the Pakistan Cricket Board to emulate the Indian model of building up bench strength and giving more exposure to the upcoming players.

Afghanistan cricketers gear up for World Cup test

The story of Afghanistan`s rise in cricket has been nothing short of a fairy tale, but the real work will begin only after their debut in next year`s World Cup, according to Rashid Latif, the ex-Pakistan skipper who is a coach with the Afghan team.

Latif backs Malik in bid to lift life ban

Former Pakistan captain Rashid Latif Thursday backed former team-mate Salim Malik in his bid to overturn a life ban imposed 14 years ago for match-fixing.

War of words between Latif and PCB intensifies

The war of words between Rashid Latif and the PCB has intensified after the former skipper claimed that reports were true about him not being pushed to take up the chief selector`s job were influenced by pressure exerted by the England and Wales Cricket Board on the Board.

PCB denies `cold-shouldering Latif due to England pressure` report

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has reportedly denied the report that board is not urging Rashid Latif to change his decision of declining the chief selector`s job because the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) is pressurizing to keep banned Test leg-spinner Danish Kaneria out of cricket.

PCB didn`t try to convince Latif to accept chief selector post

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) didn`t make an attempt to convince former test captain, Rashid Latif to change his mind about accepting the position of chief selector because of pressures from the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB).