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ISLAMABAD, Jun 9 (APP): Pakistani High Commissioner Shahid Malik has expressed the hope that bilateral cricketing ties between Pakistan and India will soon resume.Talking to Indian media in New Delhi, he counted the non-renewal of “cricket ties” as the biggest low of his tenure.“I think there is no better sight for a cricket lover like me to see two giants of cricket playing against eachother in sportsman spirit. I hope this get revived soon,” he said.Observing that only trade ties have seen tangible progress in the resumed Pakistan-India talks, he said all issues, including Siachen and Kashmir, must also “move in tandem” to sustain the peace process.
 

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