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The Sind High Court has temporarily lifted a ban on Pakistan's ICL players from competing in domestic cricket. Effectively, the order means the group of 19 cricketers in the league can - and some will - take part in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, the domestic first-class competition. The ban on their participation in international cricket, however, remains since it is not yet a point of argument in the

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The Sind High Court has temporarily lifted a ban on Pakistan's ICL players from competing in domestic cricket. Effectively, the order means the group of 19 cricketers in the league can - and some will - take part in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, the domestic first-class competition. The ban on their participation in international cricket, however, remains since it is not yet a point of argument in the

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The ICC has decided not to stage the postponed 2009 Champions Trophy in Pakistan after several members expressed reservations about touring the troubled country on the second day of its board meeting in Perth. The location of the event, however, is yet to be finalised, but a decision is expected before the board's next scheduled meeting in April.

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The ICC has decided not to stage the postponed 2009 Champions Trophy in Pakistan after several members expressed reservations about touring the troubled country on the second day of its board meeting in Perth. The location of the event, however, is yet to be finalised, but a decision is expected before the board's next scheduled meeting in April.

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The ICC has decided not to stage the postponed 2009 Champions Trophy in Pakistan after several members expressed reservations about touring the troubled country on the second day of its board meeting in Perth. The location of the event, however, is yet to be finalised, but a decision is expected before the board's next scheduled meeting in April.

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There will not be much mourning at the end of Shoaib Malik's undistinguished spell as captain. He did not exactly set the world on fire; in fact he failed to light even a match-stick. He was a weak leader, cautious and insipid but nevertheless it would be wrong to heap a thousand sins on him, as if nobody else has put a foot wrong.

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There will not be much mourning at the end of Shoaib Malik's undistinguished spell as captain. He did not exactly set the world on fire; in fact he failed to light even a match-stick. He was a weak leader, cautious and insipid but nevertheless it would be wrong to heap a thousand sins on him, as if nobody else has put a foot wrong.

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There will not be much mourning at the end of Shoaib Malik's undistinguished spell as captain. He did not exactly set the world on fire; in fact he failed to light even a match-stick. He was a weak leader, cautious and insipid but nevertheless it would be wrong to heap a thousand sins on him, as if nobody else has put a foot wrong.

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The blame culture is still alive and kicking in Pakistani cricketing circles and this time it was Malik whose neck was on the line. Why havent the manager or coach or selectors also been sacked? It seems that in Pakistan cricket every time we lose, someone has to get the blame for it and this time it was Malik.

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Javed Miandad has resigned from his position as Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) director general with immediate effect. Miandad's resignation comes less than 24 hours after emergency meetings with officials and former and current players resulted in Younis Khan taking over the Pakistan captaincy from Shoaib Malik.

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The blame culture is still alive and kicking in Pakistani cricketing circles and this time it was Malik whose neck was on the line. Why havent the manager or coach or selectors also been sacked? It seems that in Pakistan cricket every time we lose, someone has to get the blame for it and this time it was Malik.

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