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PCB seeks rescheduled meeting with BCCI over Indo-Pak series

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Karachi: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has called on its Indian counterpart BCCI seeking a rescheduled meeting to discuss the proposed bilateral series in the United Arab Emirates in December.

According to the Dawn, PCB chairman hasn’t ruled out the prospects of an India-Pakistan series entirely as further dialogue could be held after the conclusion of the ongoing ODI series between India and South Africa.

Earlier on Monday, the much-anticipated scheduled meeting between the Indian and Pakistan cricket board officials was cancelled soon after about 200 Shiv Sena workers stormed the BCCI headquarters in Mumbai office.

After the event, PCB chairman Shahryar Khan had conceded that the prospects of an India-Pak bilateral cricket series in December were ‘very low’, saying that he was not optimistic about the revival of the stalled series. (ANI)

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