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PCB Cricket Committee chairman Mohsin Khan quits, to be replaced by Wasim Khan

After Mohsin Khan had requested board chairman Ehsan Mani to release him from the post, the PCB Cricket Committee will be headed by Wasim Khan, who is now the Managing Director of the Board.

Muhammad Rizwan, Abid Ali told to stay put as Pakistan's World Cup back-up players

The PCB has made arrangements to keep both the batsmen, Muhammad Rizwana and Abid Ali in England for the duration of the World Cup.

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PCB to part ways with Mickey Arthur and Inzamam-ul-Haq after World Cup

At the end of the World Cup, Pakistan Cricket Board will be out on the hunt for both a head coach and chief selector as they have decided to not renew the contracts of Mickey Arthur and Inzamam-ul-Haq.

Younis Khan declines PCB offer to coach U-19 national team

PCB wanted to follow BCCI's successful model of Rahul Dravid coaching the India U-19 and A team, which acts as a feeder for the national squad.

PCB ready to counter India at ICC meet, claims official

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has "prepared a counter" in case the BCCI decides to boycott the June 16 World Cup game in Manchester in the wake of Pulwama terror attack which killed 40 CRPF personnel.

We want to be so good that India are forced to play us: New PCB MD Wasim Khan

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has shown eagerness to resume cricketing relations but the BCCI has maintained that the Indian government calls the shots in the case.

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Pakistan Cricket Board confirms Sarfraz Ahmed as captain for World Cup 2019

Sarfraz Ahmed, who was banned for four ODIs by the ICC over remarks to South African allrounder Andile Phehlukwayo, will take the reigns as Pakistan captain at the upcoming World Cup tournament.

Najam Sethi is responsible for PCB's financial loss: Shaharyar Khan

The ICC's Dispute Resolution Panel on Wednesday had ordered Pakistan to pay around USD 1.2 million to the BCCI after the world body rejected the PCB's compensation claim which blamed India for lack of bilateral series between the two nations.

Banned Sharjeel Khan agrees to undertake PCB's rehabilitation program

Sharjeel Khan who was suspended and sent home after the start of the Pakistan Super League in February last year, will be eligible to play cricket again in September, 2019 after the expiry of his ban with half of it suspended.

Incoming PCB official hopeful of Australia visit in 2019

Most cricket nations have avoided touring Pakistan since 2009 when gunmen attacked a bus carrying Sri Lankan cricketers, injuring six players and killing six security personnel and two civilians.

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