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It has been 60 years since the Pakistan team left Amritsar by train for Delhi for their first official Test, and Abdul Kardar's men were received at the railway station by India captain Lala Amarnath. On the anniversary of the occasion, Qamar Ahmed looks back on their cricket story in the Dawn. It has been a journey that has had its share of trials, tribulations and triumphs, he says, and on the whole one that is worth savouring.
Going through the pages of cricket history of this country, one would no doubt feel proud of the cricketers we produced, mostly grown on home soil, who over the years honed their skills playing at international level and on the county circuits.
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