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Sep 1, 2009: The PCB's director of human resources, Wasim Bari has subsequently been appointed as acting COO by chairman Ijaz Butt
Aug 10, 2009: Two Pakistan Cricket Board officials have denied any involvement in match-fixing after the release of an audio tape in which they are allegedly talking about matches being fixed in the unofficial Indian Cricket League
2011 World Cup
Jul 18, 2009: The PCB has denied claims of considering a boycott of the 2011 World Cup under instructions from its government
Mar 3, 2009: The Pakistan senate's standing committee on sports has moved a resolution for an "immediate change" in the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) management following a hearing at the parliament on Monday
Jan 4, 2009: Cricket Australia has reiterated its preference to have the proposed tour of Pakistan staged in the country itself, after reports claimed that the PCB was planning to stage the postponed series, originally scheduled for March 2008, in Kuala Lumpur.
Sri Lanka in Pakistan 2008-09
Dec 24, 2008: The tour, which materialized after India pulled out, had been confirmed between the two boards, but the sacking of Arjuna Ranatunga as chairman of the interim board of Sri Lanka cricket (SLC) has cast some doubt over it
Dec 18, 2008: India may have cancelled their tour to Pakistan, but the decision is unlikely to affect the country's status as hosts of the ICC Champions Trophy, due to be held in 2009, a senior Pakistani official said.
Dec 4, 2008: PCB officials will be meeting a British insurance risk expert after the Board suffered huge losses because of an alleged insurance scam involving Australia's postponed tour of Pakistan in February-March this year
England in India 2008-09
Dec 3, 2008: The PCB is in favour of England resuming its tour of India, believing the move will send out a "positive signal for cricket in the subcontinent"
India in Pakistan 2008-09
Nov 8, 2008: Rawalpindi may not host its scheduled matches between Pakistan and India early next year because of construction delays. Faisalabad is likely to be the replacement venue
World Cup 2011
Nov 7, 2008: The ICC has asked the 2011 World Cup organising committee to begin preparations for the tournament for which they are already ten months behind schedule
Oct 24, 2008: Saleem Altaf, the former Pakistan fast bowler, has completed a turnaround as remarkable as that of any player by becoming the PCB's chief operating officer
Champions Trophy 2008
Jul 13, 2008: Saleem Altaf has criticised the PCB for releasing the list of 30 players for the Champions Trophy well ahead of the official announcement, set for Monday
Jul 9, 2008: Saleem Altaf will continue as director-special projects after Pakistan's Supreme Court upheld the Lahore High Court's order granting him temporary relief pending the resolution on the writ filed by his lawyers
Jun 25, 2008: Saleem Altaf, the PCB official who was sacked two weeks ago, has been reinstated to his position on the basis of an order from the Lahore High Court
Pakistan board news
Jun 23, 2008: Saleem Altaf, the Pakistan board official who was sacked earlier this month, has demanded an independent audit of the PCB's finances
Jun 12, 2008: The Pakistan board has sacked Saleem Altaf, the chief executive officer of the World Cup organising committee, shortly after the leaking of an email from Nasim Ashraf
Meeting to kickstart World Cup 2011 preparations next week
Jun 15, 2007: Officials from Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka will meet on June 18 in the Pakistani summer resort of Bhurban to discuss matters relating to the 2011 World Cup
The blame game continues
May 18, 2007: Inzamam-ul-Haq struck out at the findings of an official board report that found him to be a "dictator."
Pakistan's fallout from the World Cup
Apr 5, 2007: Mushtaq Ahmed, Pakistan's assistant coach, appeared before a three-member performance evaluation committee
Plays of the Day from the second ODI between England and India, in Cardiff
Plays of the day from the third ODI between England and India at Trent Bridge