India-Pakistan T20 game at Ahmedabad rescheduled
New Delhi: The second game of a two-match Twenty20 series between India and Pakistan has been postponed by a day and will now be staged at Ahmedabad on Dec. 28.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India announced the move Saturday. The rest of the itinerary for Pakistan’s tour, which also features three one-day internationals, remains unchanged.
The tour commences with the opening Twenty20 game at Bangalore on Dec. 25. The three one-dayers will be held in Chennai on Dec. 30, Kolkata on Jan. 3 and New Delhi on Jan. 6.
This will be the first bilateral series between the two neighbours since Pakistan’s tour of India in November 2007.
Cricket ties were broken after a 2008 terror attack in Mumbai in which 166 people were killed. AP
Lastupdate on : Sat, 15 Dec 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Sat, 15 Dec 2012 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Sun, 16 Dec 2012 00:00:00 IST
- MORE FROM SPORTS
- J&K emerges winner in 58th National School Games
- KU felicitates its team for lifting T-20 Cricket Cup Trophy
- JKFA hails Khanyari's appointment as Secy
- Kohli, Dhoni heroics brings India back into the game
- India-Pakistan T20 game at Ahmedabad rescheduled
- Late bloomer Michael Hussey defies years with tons of runs
D A RASHID
Srinagar, Dec 15: Jammu and Kashmir High Court has directed Secretary Health and Medical Education, Deputy Commissioners and Senior Superintendents of Police (SSPs) of all districts of the state More
- Srinagar City
Organizes mega musical show, selects Big Radio Star RJ
ARIF SHAFI WANI
Srinagar, Dec 15: Popular private entertainment radio channel 92.7 Big FM on Saturday completed its six years of operation in Kashmir. To commemorate its sixth anniversary, the 92.7 Big FM organized More
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, Dec 15: Home Department today ordered promotions of around 37 officers of police prosecuting wing. As per the orders three Deputy Directors have been promoted as Joint Director, 5 Chief More
PRESS TRUST OF INDIA
Cairo, Dec 15: Egyptians today began voting on a referendum on proposed constitution that has divided the country, with President Muhammed Mursi and his Islamist supporters backing it, while liberals, More
- GK Features
Nabza Bano lost her three sons and her home to the conflict.
A MOTHERS TRAGEDY— III
Sixty-five-year-old Nabza Bano stands near a small cornfield where her three-storey house once stood in Sundbrari village, Kokernag in south Kashmir, about 85kms from Srinagar. Lost in a melancholic silence More