Urooj Mumtaz to head PCB's all-women selection panel

Asmavia Iqbal and Marina Iqbal part of panel in PCB's quest to revamp women's cricket

Foreign players' comfort levels in Pakistan 'growing all the time' - David Richardson

The progress made by the PCB in bringing international teams and the PSL to Pakistan has 'changed the perception' of the country, the ICC CEO stressed

Ehsan Mani hopeful of hosting all PSL 2020 matches in Pakistan

PCB chairman's statement comes at the closing ceremony ahead of the PSL 2019 final at Karachi's National Stadium

Fawad in doubt as in-form sides gear up for intriguing PSL showdown

Quetta Gladiators and Peshawar Zalmi will meet in the PSL final for the second time in four years, with QUetta looking to avenge their loss in the 2017 final

Alex Hales, Chris Jordan return to PSL for play-offs after England's Caribbean tour

Hales replaces Ian Bell at champions Islamabad United, Jordan rejoins Peshawar Zalmi

Wasim Akram and Waqar Younis to receive Hilal-e-Imtiaz

Legspinner Yasir Shah will receive the Sitara-e-Imtiaz, Pakistan's third-highest civilian award

PCB takes 'strong notice' of India's army caps

The Pakistan board has urged the ICC to take action against the BCCI for India's use of army camouflage caps during their third ODI against Australia

Umar Akmal, Shehzad have a future in Pakistan team - Moin Khan

The Quetta Gladiators coach had picked both players in the PSL and is helping them get back on the international circuit

Shoaib Malik to lead as Umar Akmal, Junaid recalled

The decision to rest six players, chief selector Inzamam-ul-Haq said, was taken largely to ensure they got adequate rest before the World Cup

Shehzad, Fawad pound Islamabad, Quetta guaranteed top two berth

Ahmed Shehzad's 46-ball 73 set Quetta Gladiators up for a convincing 43-run win over Islamabad United

Shane Watson's unbeaten 91 seals Quetta's PSL playoff spot

Zalmi paid for a conservative approach through the early and middle parts of their innings, which meant Kamran Akmal's quickfire fifty went in vain