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About Younis Khan

Younis Khan is a Pakistani Cricket Batsman. Yonis Khan joined the Rajasthan Royals team in the Indian Premier League (IPL).

In December 07, he denied rumours regarding his reluctance to lead Pakistan in the Test matches.

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Pak batsman Younis Khan's future to be discussed by selectors after SL tour
Pakistan's chief selector Iqbal Qasim has said the selection committee would sit down and discuss beleaguered Younis Khan's future with him after the conclusion of the ongoing Sri Lanka tour.

Pak cricketers will have to sign tour contracts to play for country
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has made it clear that even if a player does not sign the central contract offered to him, he still has to sign a tour contract before each series in order to play for the national team.

Cricketers turn heads on catwalk
Karachi: Former Pakistan cricket captain Younis Khan and paceman Umar Gul sashayed down the ramp at a bridal fashion show this weekend.

Misbah to lead Pakistan in Asia Cup
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has announced the squad for the Asia Cup, which would be led by captain Misbahul Haq.

Ex Pak captain Sohail terms DRS 'a wake up call for batsmen worldwide'
Former Pakistan captain and cricket commentator Aamir Sohail has described the Decision Review System as a wake-up call for all batsmen worldwide and added that they will have to devise a new strategy to tackle bowlers.

Shoaib Malik, Kamran Akmal likely to miss out PCB central contract
Pakistani all- rounder Shoaib Malik and out of favour wicket-keeper Kamran Akmal are likely to be excluded from the Pakistan Cricket Board's central contracts players list.

Dravid excluded from Herald cricket writer Saltau's 2011 Test team
Veteran Indian batsman Rahul Dravid, who made 1145 runs and scored five centuries has been excluded from the Herald cricket writer Chloe Saltau's Test team of 2011.

Now, Pak gears up to knock Bangladesh off in Test series
Pakistan will begin their first Test series in Bangladesh for almost a decade in Chittagong on Friday determined to extend their 100 percent winning record against the hosts.

Pak- Bangladesh first ODI in Mirpur today
The first One- Day International (ODI) of the three match Pakistan- Bangladesh series will take place at Mirpur today.

Imran Khan confirms Salman Butt's alibi claim in spot-fixing case
Former Pakistan captain Imran Khan has confirmed that Salman Butt, who is currently facing the spot-fixing trial in a London court, used to call him up from England to discuss strategies on the 2010 tour.

Pakistan elect to field in opening Test against Sri Lanka in UAE
Pakistan have won the toss and put Sri Lanka into bat in the first Test at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi.

'Well-balanced' Pakistan fully capable of beating 'tough opposition' Sri Lanka: Mohsin
Mohsin Khan, Pakistan's interim coach for the upcoming series in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) against Sri Lanka, has said that his side is 'fully capable' of beating the 'tough opposition'.

Pak should start grooming young captain for 2015 World Cup: Waqar
Pakistan cricket coach Waqar Younis has showered praise on aging captain Misbah-ul-Haq for stabilising the team and leading from the front, but has advised the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to start grooming a young skipper for the 2015 World Cup.

Pak captains "constantly have a sword hanging above their heads": Asif Mujtaba
Noting the recent case of ex-skipper Shahid Afridi, former Pakistan cricketer Asif Mujtaba has said that it is "very difficult for the captain to perform well and lead the team when his own position is constantly in danger."

Pakistan witnesses 11th change in captaincy during Butt's tenure as PCB boss
The replacement of Shahid Afridi by Misbah-ul Haq as Pakistan's one-day international (ODI) skipper is the eleventh change in captaincy in all three formats of the game during Ijaz Butt's tenure as Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman.

Afridi pulls out of Pakistan-Ireland ODI series due to 'personal reasons'
Shahid Afridi, who was sacked as Pakistan's One-Day International (ODI) skipper last week, has withdrawn from the upcoming one-day series against Ireland, citing personal reasons.

Pak 'not blocking' obscene mobile texts for now
Pakistan has assured that it is not "blocking or filtering" any obscene word in mobile text messages for the time being after an earlier declaration caused outrage among users and campaigners.

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