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Pak-India series should be named after legendary cricketer: Zaheer Abbas PDF Print E-mail
ISLAMABAD, Jul 30 (APP): Pakistan Ex-skipper, Zaheer Abbas on Monday suggested giving a ‘Particular Name’ to the high profile Pakistan-India series, taking place this year in December as to make it memorable for both the countries.Indian cricket chiefs had invited Pakistan for a series in December where both the teams will play three One-Day Internationals during the Christmas break.The likely venues for the series were Mohali, New Delhi and Dharamshala but now the series is expected to be held in England.The bilateral series will resume after five years.Zaheer talking to APP recommended to the concerned organizers of the series that it should be kept on any former great cricketer’s name e.g. Ranjit Singhji,Sunil Gavaskar, Kapil Dev or from Pakistan Zaheer Abbas, Ja Zaheer pointed out that this series would provide a great breakthrough in making relations better for both Pakistan and India that were messed up after the 2008 Mumbai attacks.

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