PCB starts downsize operation, releases Bari

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has started a downsizing operation as it has decided not to extend contracts of former Test captain Wasim Bari and other former Pakistan players.

PCB is like a headless body now: Najam Sethi

Suspended chairman of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), Najam Sethi has said that cricket in the country is undergoing a grave crisis and the board currently is like a headless body.

Latest scandal again tainted game`s image: Ex Pak players

Former Pakistan players feel that the recent spot-fixing scandal has further tarnished the image of the game of cricket and has rocked the ongoing Indian Premier League.

A few failures won`t make Dhoni a bad captain: Wasim Bari

There has been a lot of speculations about his future as India captain after 10 Test losses in recent times, but former Pakistan wicketkeeper Wasim Bari feels that Mahendra Singh Dhoni is still the best man to lead his country.

PCB to review employment contracts of former players: Sources

The PCB has warned a number of former Test players that their employment contracts with the board have lapsed on June 30th and might not be renewed again.

PCB retrenchment drive to cut expenses

In a bid to reduce its administrative expenses, the Pakistan Cricket Board has issued termination notices to 18 of its employees.

Kamran seeks former Pak wicketkeepers’ tips to clean up act

Kamran Akmal has revealed that he has been seeking guidance from former wicketkeepers Wasim Bari, Moin Khan, Rashid Latif and Saleem Yousuf to improve his game.

Bari back in PCB to oversee anti-corruption code

Within days of stepping down as the PCB’s COO, Wasim Bari is back to oversee the enforcement of anti-corruption measures in domestic cricket.

PCB releases employees aged 60 and above

Pakistan Cricket Board has terminated the services of their regular employees who have attained or crossed the age of 60 years and those affected include chief operating officer Wasim Bari.

Bari wants to leave controversies behind before 2011 WC

A spot-fixing scandal, involving their players has rocked international cricket recently, but the Pakistan Cricket Board`s Chief Operating Officer Wasim Bari predicted a brighter future for the country.