Misbah-ul-Haq will lead Pakistan in a tough three Test series against Ashes winners England in the UAE from 13 October.
The cross-border dialogue was organised by NGO Yuvsatta as part of the ongoing activities of the 10th edition of the Global Youth Peace Festival.
A Pakistani representative said it handed over dossiers containing “evidence of Indian involvement in terrorism and fermenting instability in Pakistan” to the UN Secretary General.
Yasir Shah picked up six for 26 to bowl out Zimbabwe for 128 in 37 overs after Pakistan had piled up 259 for six.
An Indian official called Pakistan a “prime sponsor of terrorism”, saying it uses terror as a “legitimate instrument” of its statecraft.
PCB is awaiting clearance form the Indian government as far as the series in December is concerned.
Using the podium of the UN, Sharif raised Kashmir issue, terming its non-resolution as a failure of the world body, and proposed a 4-point “peace initiative” with India which includes demilitarisation of Kashmir.
Artists from India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka interpret issues of maps and borders through an exhibition.
Pakistan posted 136/6 in their 20 overs and then the bowlers gave them a 15-run win by restricting Zimbabwe to 121/7.
Kerry commended Sharif’s pledge to not distinguish between terrorist groups and ‘urged additional action against the Haqqani Network and Lashkar-e-Tayyiba.’
Shahryar Khan, a retired career diplomat, said that with December approaching, the BCCI needs to come out with a clear reply.
Awakened to internal disorder, Pakistan seems ready in 2015 to say goodbye to the revisionist nationalism of the 20th century.
Javed Miandad praises Jagmohan Dalmiya for his role in promoting India-Pakistan cricket.
Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said that sooner the issue is resolved, the better it will be for both the countries.
Sushma Swaraj also listed six key points as takeaways from the dialogue with the most important one being stepping up cooperation in fighting terrorism.