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Police to take over World Cup venues

Jan 12, 2003: JOHANNESBURG, Jan 11: The South African police is to take over all the venues of the forthcoming World Cup two weeks before the big event gets underway as part of a nationwide security operation

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ACU sleuths to remain vigilant during World Cup

Jan 6, 2003: The executive director of the World Cup, Dr

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Organisers hopeful of trouble-free World Cup

Dec 31, 2002: With six weeks left for the World Cup, the South Africans are bracing themselves to the fact that the big event will be upon them soon and they have a job in hand to show to the world and prove that this was the best that ever was

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Waqar honoured to lead Pakistan

Dec 24, 2002: Pakistan skipper Waqar Younis looked happier in the knowledge that he has been asked by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to continue his reign as the leader of his country's team in the forthcoming World Cup

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I would love to lead Pakistan again, says Wasim

Dec 19, 2002: Waqar Younis, the Pakistan captain, is likely to lose not only the leadership of his country's team in the forthcoming World Cup in South Africa next February, but also his place in the side

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Players, ICC on collision course over sponsorships

Aug 16, 2002: The ICC Champions Trophy to be played in Sri Lanka from Sept 12 and the World Cup 2003, both are threatened with star players rebelling over marketing rights over which the controlling body of the game the International Cricket Council (ICC) wants to

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Mushtaq, Saqlain unaware of being summoned

Oct 18, 2001: Former captain and Pakistan's 1999 World Cup coach Mushtaq Mohammad and off-spinner Saqlain Mushtaq Wednesday denied that they had been summoned to appear before Justice Karamat Bhindari's commission on Oct 20

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Asian Test Championship

India v Pakistan 1998-99

2001: Toss: Pakistan

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England to tour Pakistan, confirms PCB chief

Jun 29, 2000: London, June 28: The chief of the Pakistan crcket Board (PCB), General Tauqir Zia confirmed during the Asian Cricket Council meeting that England will tour Pakistan as scheduled during the coming season

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ICC to make $600 million from next World Cup TV rights

Jun 24, 2000: London, June 23: The International Cricket Council (ICC) is likely to net nearly 600 million dollars for awarding the television rights for the next cricket World Cup games to be played in year 2003 in South Africa and later in the West Indies in

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Series decider Test starts in Antigua today

May 25, 2000: St John's (Antigua), May 24: With two drawn Tests behind them, both Pakistan and the West Indies will now be focused on the decisive third and final Test starting tomorrow (Thursday) here at the Antigua Recreation Ground

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Barbados Test ends in a tame draw

May 24, 2000: Bridgetown (Barbados), May 23: If not for 'safety first' tactics a decision would have been possible on the final day of the second Test at the Kensington Oval but as it turned out to be, the match ended in a tame draw here on Monday with both

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History on West Indies' side for second Test

May 18, 2000: Bridgetown (Barbados), May 17: The second Test of the three-match series between Pakistan and the West Indies starts here on Thursday and the pundits of the game have already begun to predict a home team's win

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Pakistan suffer shock 65-run defeat

May 16, 2000: Bridgetown (Barbados), May 15: Pakistan suffered a shock 65-run defeat at the hands of West Indies A in the last session of the four-day match here on Monday

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Pakistan heading for victory in four-dayer

May 15, 2000: Bridgetown (Barbados), May 14: Pakistan were heading for victory after reducing West Indies 'A' to 181 for five in their second innings 90 minutes after lunch on the third day of the four-day match at the Kensington Oval here on Sunday

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Wasim, Saqlain strike form ahead of 2nd Test

May 14, 2000: Bridgetown (Barbados), May 13: Pakistan were 209 for three at lunch in their first innings on the second day of the four-day match against the West Indies 'A' at the Kensington Oval here on Saturday after just 50 minutes of play was possible because

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Shoaib to prove fitness in four-day tie

May 11, 2000: Georgetown (Guyana), May 10: After the disappointment of a drawn first Test at Bourda in which last two days were washed out without a ball been bowled, the Pakistani tourists now head for Barbados on Wednesday morning to prepare for the second Test

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Fourth day's play washed out

May 9, 2000: Georgetown (Guyana), May 8: A tropical downpour flooded large parts of the Bourda pitch on Monday and washed out the fourth day of the first Test between West Indies and Pakistan

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Pakistan to face West Indies in opening Test today

May 5, 2000: Georgetown (Guyana), May 4: Pakistan will be aiming to fulfil their long-awaited dream of winning their first ever series in the Caribbean with the start of the opening Test against the West Indies tomorrow (Friday) here at the Bourda ground

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Razzaq injured in pre-Test nets

May 3, 2000: Georgetown (Guyana), May 2: With the opening encounter of the three-match Test series against the West Indies only four days away, Pakistan suffered a setback with injury to their all-rounder Abdur Razzaq, who has a thigh strain on his right leg

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