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England spin consultant Mushtaq Ahmed unlikely to become Pak bowling coach
Former Pakistan leg-spinner Mushtaq Ahmed isn't expected to ecome the national team's bowling coach, as he is adamant about wanting a three-year ontract.

Pak Cricket Board to finalise bowling coach soon
A Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) committee will finalise the name of the new bowling coach before the Sri Lanka series.

Mushtaq front-runner for post of Pak bowling coach?
Former Pakistan leg- spinner Mushtaq Ahmed is the front-runner for the post of the bowling coach ahead of the Sri Lankan tour.

Pietersen determined to make amendments by scoring a ton in Sri Lanka
England batsman Kevin Pietersen, who had a nightmarish last tour of Sri Lanka, has said he is keen to get rid of the monkey off his back by scoring a century this time around.

Sharjah Court adjourns civil case against 17 Indians to May 7
A Sharjah Court that was hearing a case against 17 Indian nationals for their role in the alleged murder of a Pakistani national, has adjourned the civil case till May 7.

Ex Pak leggie Mushtaq rates Ajmal 'far better spinner' than Swann
Former Pakistan spinner Mushtaq Ahmed has backed bowler Saeed Ajmal to outshine his England counterpart Graeme Swann in the forthcoming Test series in the United Arab Emirates.

Spinners to decide fate of England-Pakistan series
Former Pakistani leg spinner Mushtaq Ahmed has predicted a tough competition between spinners of England and Pakistan when the two teams meet for an upcoming series in Dubai and Abu Dhabi.

Pak cricketer Yasir Arafat to tie the knot at Oval ground today
Pakistani all rounder Yasir Arafat has described this weekend as the biggest of his life, as its first part went well with Surrey's victory over Somerset, and now he is due to get married on Sunday (today).

Waqar's replacement must have good man-management skills: Mushtaq Ahmed
Former Pakistan leg-spinner Mushtaq Ahmed has said that the person who will replace coach Waqar Younis should have good man-management skills to be successful with the national team.

Cricket Australia should look overseas for future coaches: Fraser
Former England pacer Angus Fraser has said that Australia should consider looking overseas for future coaches, and added that coach Tim Nielsen needed results to preserve his job.

Rahul Gandhi claims Congress never makes militancy a political agenda
Congress General secretary Rahul Gandhi has condemned the opposition for exploiting militancy as a political agenda.

Pak cricketer to play for Sussex
Pakistan cricketer Umar Gul will play for English county Sussex this season.

Performing Flower may revolutionise England cricket
Having secured the Ashes at least for the next two years, coach Andy Flower believes he is now in a stronger position to convince the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) to abandon the defective system of delivering international players for England.

ICC asks Salman Butt to file 'fresh reply' in spot-fixing scandal
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has asked suspended Pakistani cricketer Salman Butt to file a fresh reply to the spot-fixing charges against him.

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