Jul 29, 2014: The PCB has accepted the plea of the banned former Pakistan captain Saleem Malik that a lower court has declared him innocent of match-fixing charges and agreed to release his outstanding money due with the board for years now
Apr 30, 2014: Saleem Malik, the former Pakistan captain, met with PCB chairman Najam Sethi to request the board to review his life ban
Oct 25, 2012: Former Pakistan captain Saleem Malik has applied for the position of batting coach of the senior team following a PCB advertisement
Nov 6, 2008: The former Pakistan captain, Rashid Latif, has reversed his decision to resign as Pakistan's wicketkeeping coach at the National Academy
Nov 5, 2008: The PCB has denied appointing Saleem Malik, the former Pakistan captain, as head coach of its National Cricket Academy, contradicting a statement to the contrary made by him
Fallout of Saleem Malik appointment
Nov 5, 2008: Rashid Latif, the former Pakistan captain, has resigned as wicketkeeping coach stating that he could not continue in the post after the appointment of Saleem Malik as the national academy's head coach
Nov 4, 2008: Saleem Malik, the former Pakistan captain, has accepted the position of head coach of the country's National Cricket Academy
Pakistan match-fixing scandal
Oct 24, 2008: Saleem Malik, the former Pakistan captain whose life ban for involvement in match-fixing was lifted on Thursday, has said coaching is an option now that he can participate in cricketing activities
Pakistan match-fixing scandal
Oct 23, 2008: Saleem Malik, the former Pakistan captain, has had the life ban imposed on him for match-fixing allegations lifted by a Pakistan court
Appeal against Malik's match-fixing ban
Sep 10, 2008: Saleem Malik's appeal against a life ban for match-fixing was adjourned after the civil court judge hearing the case in Lahore did not turn up
Appeal against Malik's matchfixing ban
May 22, 2008: The apex court agreed to hear the appeal recently, but upon doing so today, decided the appeal should be heard before a lower court.
May 21, 2008: The PCB will not object to any decision by the Supreme Court of Pakistan to lift the lifetime ban on former captain Saleem Malik
May 10, 2008: Pakistan's Supreme Court has granted an appeal hearing to former Test batsman Saleem Malik, who was banned in 2001 for his alleged involvement in the match-fixing controversy
Saleem Malik's appeal against his matchfixing ban
Feb 2, 2007: Pakistan's Supreme Court wants an explanation from cricket authorities about a life ban on former captain Salim Malik for his alleged involvement in match-fixing, an official said.
The match-fixing saga
Nov 11, 2006: Pakistan will appeal to the ICC on behalf of Saleem Malik, the former Pakistan captain, if he decides to contest the life ban imposed on him for match-fixing
Azharuddin's reprieve offers a ray of hope
Oct 21, 2006: Saleem Malik, the former Pakistan batsman, has said that India's decision to pardon Mohammad Azharuddin for his involvement in the match-fixing scandal has raised his hopes of overturning his own life ban for the same offence
Debate over appearance in Indo-Pak veterans match
Apr 19, 2006: Eyebrows have been raised in Pakistan over the presence of Mohammad Azharuddin in an Indian veterans team set to play a limited-overs series against a Pakistan Veteran's XI later this month
Possible implications for Salim Malik and Ata-ur-Rahman
Jan 16, 2006: The Pakistan Cricket Board has appointed "high-profile lawyers" to look into the ramifications of Justice Malik Mohammad Qayyum's revelation to Cricinfo
Justice Qayyum - 'I was lenient on one or two of them'
Jan 12, 2006: A Cricinfo exclusive: Justice Qayyum reveals little-known details of the match-fixing investigation
AustralAsia Cup final, Sharjah, 1986
Mar 1, 2005: At Kolkata in 1987, India breathed a sigh of relief when they dismissed Miandad cheaply during another Pakistan run-chase
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