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Pakistan wants U-19 Asia Cup to be moved out of India

Mid-Day Wednesday, 9 August 2017
Pakistan wants U-19 Asia Cup to be moved out of IndiaThe Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) today said it wanted the upcoming Under-19 Asia Cup to be moved out of India to a neutral venue due to security concerns.

India is scheduled to host the tournament in November in Bangalore but a top PCB official said given the present diplomatic situation between the two countries, it would...
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