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Task team suggests Ind-Pak series
Wednesday 06 July 2011

Nothing  gets the pulses racing of cricket fans than a match-up between two of the fiercest rivals in international cricket. India and Pakistan haven’t played a bilateral series since 2007.

But cricket fans stand to rejoice after an ICC task team recommended the resumption of Pakistan-India tours and suggested an overhaul in the administrative structure of the Pakistan Cricket Board.

The ICC's Pakistan Task Team presented its 38-page report during the annual conference of the game's governing body in Hong Kong last week.

It urged the Pakistan and India governments to seek swift resolution to enable "this great iconic series to resume."

The PTT regards the appointment of the PCB chairman by the country's president as highly unusual, and wants an end to the government's undue interference in the PCB.

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