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BCCI Rules Out Resumption Of India-Pakistan Cricket Ties After Gurdaspur Terror Attack

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 28 / 15

The Board of Control for Cricket in India "appeared to rule out an immediate resumption of India-Pakistan cricket ties in the wake of Gurdaspur terror attack, in which militants from across the border are believed to be involved," according to ONE INDIA. There "were talks about resumption of bilate...

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