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Mar 18, 2009

Cricket in the post-Lahore attack era!

Cricinfo: Kaleem Omar, writing in Pakistan's The News , presents a satirical take on the state of affairs in Pakistan cricket post-Lahore

Siddhartha Talya

Mar 8, 2009

We're Asians, who would want to shoot at us in Lahore?

Cricinfo: Writing in Sri Lanka's Sunday Times , Chaminda Vaas recalls the horrific shootout in Lahore

Jamie Alter

Mar 7, 2009

Innocent targets caught in terrorist crossfire

Cricinfo: We find meaning in sport, and escapist joy, because we have become sufficiently refined and civilised to enjoy a gladiatorial spectacle in a safe context

George Binoy

Mar 6, 2009

A war against the core values of sport

Cricinfo: The terror attack in Lahore was aimed at destroying the core values represented by sport,and were an attempt to sabotage the spirit of unity and joy the game brings to fans around the globe, writes Simon Barnes in the Times .

Siddhartha Talya

Mar 6, 2009

Players bound to put safety first

Cricinfo: The former New Zealand wicketkeeper Adam Parore has strong views on the shootout in Lahore and what ramifications it has for world cricket

Jamie Alter

Mar 5, 2009

Reverberations being felt everywhere

Cricinfo:

Judhajit

Mar 4, 2009

Threat bare

Cricinfo: It is probably the last time in a long, long while that an international team is going to drive into the Gaddafi Stadium

Judhajit

Mar 4, 2009

Cricket is a soft target for terrorists

Cricinfo: Cricket makes for a gruesomely eye-catching target for terrorists because it is high profile and, in their eyes, dangerously decadent, writes Ed Smith in the Times .

Nishi Narayanan

Mar 4, 2009

Stand by me

Page 2: The appalling events in Lahore have thrown a cloak of gloom over world cricket, and Pakistan cricket in particular

Andy Zaltzman

Mar 4, 2009

United we stand

Cricinfo:

Judhajit

Mar 4, 2009

Dealing with the demons

Other:

Suresh Menon

Mar 4, 2009

Why didn't anyone notice the gunmen?

Cricinfo: The editors of Pakistan's Jang raise questions regarding the attack on the Sri Lankan team in Lahore, those that the government may be forced to answer over the next few days

Nishi Narayanan

Mar 3, 2009

Samaraweera, Paravitarana most seriously hurt

Other: Our sources tell us Samaraweera and Paravitarana were the ones most seriously injured and have been taken to hospital

George Binoy

Mar 3, 2009

BCCI, CA condem attacks

Other: The BCCI issued a release expressing its "sorrow and anguish over the dastardly attack on the Sri Lankan cricket team at Lahore

George Binoy

Mar 3, 2009

Indians in NZ shocked

Other: NDTV are reporting that there's shock among the players in the Indian dressing room in New Zealand ...

George Binoy

Mar 3, 2009

How the attack happened

Other: The Sri Lankans were on their way to the Gaddafi Stadium when their bus was attacked by five armed terrorists near Liberty market

George Binoy

Mar 3, 2009

Concerns have come home to roost - Dickason

Other: Reg Dickason, the security expert hired by England and Australia, said " A lot of concerns we raised during the Champions Trophy have unfortunately come home to roost

George Binoy

Mar 3, 2009

Dominic Cork won't be returning to Pakistan

Other: Dominic Cork, who is commentating on the match in Lahore, spoke to Sky News: "I won't be coming back here while I'm still living

George Binoy

Mar 3, 2009

Two car bombs defused

Other: Pakistan police’s disposal unit inspector Abdul Ghafoor said that two car bombs had been defused, one at Liberty Square and the other at Firdus Park.

George Binoy

Mar 3, 2009

"Terrible and very sad' - Miandad

Other: "It has never happened before in Pakistan, sports persons haven’t been targeted," Javed Miandad told GEO TV

George Binoy
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