Pakistan's disciplinary crisis

Pakistan's tour of Australia in 2009-10 was disastrous on the field, where they lost all three Tests and five ODIs, but the fallout from that tour has been more dramatic with reports of player strife and indiscipline. On March 10, following a formal investigation, the PCB handed out bans of various degrees to three former captains - Mohammad Yousuf, Younis Khan and Shoaib Malik - and a fourth player and imposed fines on three others, all key members of the national side, on various conduct charges.

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PCB restores Afridi's NOC

Shahid Afridi has been fined rupees 4.5 million by the PCB but has been given his no-objection certificates, clearing his participation in domestic Twenty20 tournaments around the world

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Afridi's international future still uncertain

Shahid Afridi and the PCB may have reached a kind of compromise, but the issue of Afridi's international future is still shrouded in doubt

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Selector Ilyas suspended by PCB

The PCB has suspended selector Mohammad Ilyas for his role in the Shahid Afridi dispute and for appearing on a television with banned former captain Salman Butt

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Malik, Kamran and Kaneria to appear before PCB committee

Shoaib Malik, Kamran Akmal and Danish Kaneria will appear before the PCB's integrity committee in Lahore on Thursday as the board considers their future involvement with the Pakistan side

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Younis Khan to meet PCB chief over future

Younis Khan, the former Pakistan captain, has acknowledged receiving a notice from the PCB, asking him to meet the board chief Ijaz Butt over his continued exclusion from the national team

Pakistan's disciplinary crisis

PCB lifts ban on Naved-ul-Hasan

The one-year ban on Rana Naved-ul-Hasan was lifted on Saturday by the PCB, clearing the way for the fast bowler to be considered for national selection once again

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India v Australia: still cricket's final frontier?

Is a two-Test series enough for such a prestigious match-up? The panel look ahead to the Border-Gavaskar trophy with exclusive comment from Shane Warne.