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Apr 21, 2003: Following a number of changes in the national team and its management, the PCB chairman Lt Gen Tauqir Zia has decided to ring changes in the set-up of the Board
Mar 20, 2003: Article: Agha Akbar on Pakistan team for Sharjah Cup
Mar 12, 2003: Article: Agha Akbar comments on Pakistan team's rebuilding after WC 2003
Mar 4, 2003: Match Report: Agha Akbar, Pak v Zim WC 2003
Mar 3, 2003: Article: Preview, Pak v Zim, WC 2003
Mar 2, 2003: JOHANNESBURG-Disappointing in the extreme as it was, the defeat against India at Centurion on Saturday is just the latest of setbacks for Pakistan
Mar 1, 2003: Sachin Tendulkar fell just two runs short of his 35th one-day century, though he notched up another landmark - his 12,000th run.
Mar 1, 2003: Article: Agha Akbar on the start of the India-Pakistan match WC2003
Feb 28, 2003: Article: Preview by Agha Akbar, Ind v Pak WC2003
Feb 27, 2003: Never shy of throwing down a verbal gauntlet to the opposition, Shoaib Akhtar has warned that he would be at his fastest and most furious in the crucial Centurion game against arch-rivals India on Saturday.
Feb 25, 2003: Report: Agha Akbar, Pak v NL at Paarl, WC2003
Feb 24, 2003: Facing a summary exit if they stumble any further, Pakistan aim to put their World Cup campaign back on the rails in Paarl here against lowly-rated Holland on Tuesday.
Feb 23, 2003: Article: Comments by Agha Akbar on Eng v Pak, WC2003
Feb 23, 2003: Article: Report by Agha Albar, Eng-v-Pak, 23 Feb 2003, WC2003
Feb 21, 2003: Article: Match preview, Pak v Eng WCup 2003 from Agha Akbar
Feb 20, 2003: Article: Agha Akbar's diary from WCup 2003, vol 3
Feb 17, 2003: Article: Agha Akbar's diary vol 2 from WC2003
Feb 16, 2003: Article: Agha Akbar's match report on Namibia v Pakistan
Feb 15, 2003: Article: Match preview, Agha Akbar on Pak v Namibia
Feb 14, 2003: Article: Agha Akbar's diary from the World Cup
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