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SBD Global/July 13, 2012/Leagues and Governing Bodies
Published July 13, 2012
FRIENDSHIP GAMES: The PTI reported that in a "bid to resume bilateral cricket ties between India and Pakistan," the Pakistan Cricket Board has put forward three proposals to their Indian counterparts. The PCB has proposed that either India can tour Pakistan or play them in a neutral venue. The third proposal is the board hosting their home series in India. PCB Chair Zaka Ashraf said that they have put forward the proposal to hire two stadiums in India to host their home series against India (PTI, 7/12).