National cricket team completes series whitewash, with captain Ahmed hailing ‘great team effort’
Salman Butt will play in the Dhaka Premier League following clearance by the Pakistan Cricket Board
Cricketer banned over spot-fixing conviction says he is working to regain his place in the national team
Najam Sethi says bowler was punished under PCB’s anti-corruption code.
Pakistan must deter players from engaging in illegal practices by awarding strict punishments to all guilty parties.
Disgraced cricketer points to performance in domestic tournament as proof he is ready to return to national team.
National team tops list for first time since rankings were introduced in 2003.
Spot-fixing accomplice and former captain admits the 24-year-old might face hostile reception in the U.K.
Cricket captain says Mohammad Amir has moved beyond spot-fixing scandal and team has faith his performance will deliver.
Former Pakistan cricket captain says tainted players should be given a second chance after completing their punishments for spot-fixing.
Pakistan head coach says any banned player who has completed punishment should be allowed to return to national team.
Disgraced pair’s comeback follows Mohammad Amir’s return to sport in April.
Head coach says disgraced player deserves to return to sport and enhance his career.
Disgraced Pakistani player is currently playing for the Bangladesh Twenty20 league.
Tournament featuring previously sanctioned players will commence from Oct. 26.
Age, public hostility could pose ongoing problems for Salman Butt, Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Amir.
Next year’s tour will mark the first time national team has toured Britain since 2010.
Suspensions over spot-fixing will expire on Sept. 1, allowing both to play in domestic and international tournaments.
Disgraced cricketer says he confessed to the charges because he wants to resume playing professional cricket.
The ICC has allowed the fast bowler to resume domestic play several months ahead of September, when his ban was due to expire.