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Pakistan has been elevated to the status of the "fourth big power after India, England and Australia in terms of the percentage of revenue to be received" from the Int'l Cricket Council in the next eight years from "broadcasting and other rights on ICC fixtures," according to GULF NEWS. The Pakistan Cricket Board announced in a statement that it has made "extraordinarily significant gains." The third major gain for Pakistan is a "confirmation from ICC that the country will get the position of the global body's President for one year with effect from June next year" (GULF NEWS, 6/26).