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Indo-Pak series' revival to be worked out in June

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KARACHI, Apr 14 (PTI): The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has said that details of reviving a bilateral cricket series with India would be worked out sometime in June after directives from Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gillani.

PCB Chairman Ijaz Butt told the Express daily newspaper in an interview that he was hopeful that details of the series would be worked out in June.

"We have got positive signals from across the border, which is a good sign for Indo-Pak cricket," he said.

Butt, however, said that since the Prime Minister has instructed the PCB not to plan the series at any neutral venue, the Indian team would be invited to play in Pakistan.

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KARACHI, Apr 14 (PTI): The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has said that details of reviving a bilateral cricket series with India would be worked out sometime in June after directives from Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gillani.

PCB Chairman Ijaz Butt told the Express daily newspaper in an interview that he was hopeful that details of the series would be worked out in June.

"We have got positive signals from across the border, which is a good sign for Indo-Pak cricket," he said.

Butt, however, said that since the Prime Minister has instructed the PCB not to plan the series at any neutral venue, the Indian team would be invited to play in Pakistan.

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