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Pakistani authorities said the attack on Lankan cricketers was planned and financed by 'some foreign countries...
Lahore attack: Pak gives 'clean chit' to LeT, JuD

Friday , 20 March '09

Pakistan blamed 'some foreign countries' for the audacious strikes on Lankan cricketers, while giving a clean chit to outlawed terror groups.
Chris Broad should apologise: Pak coach

Thursday , 12 March '09

Intikhab Alam has urged the ICC to ask match referee Chris Broad to apologise to Pak for wrongly criticising the security arrangement.
Provincial govt of Punjab admitted its failure to nab any of the terrorists who had carried out the attack on ...
Pak Govt admits its failure to nab Lahore attackers

Thursday , 12 March '09

Over a week after the attack on Lankan cricket players, the Punjab govt has admitted that it has failed to nab any of the culprits who had carried out the attack.
NYPD has cited evidence to show that there is a shifting trend in terror attacks from suicide bombs to command...
Experts find similarities in Mumbai and Lahore attacks

Thursday , 12 March '09

New York Police have cited evidence to show that there is now a trend in 'shift in tactics' from suicide bombs to commando-style military assault.
US Senator Claire McCaskill has blamed Lashkar-e-Taiba for terrorist attack on Sri Lankan cricket team in Laho...
US Senator blames Lashkar for Lahore attack

Thursday , 12 March '09

US Senator Claire McCaskill has blamed Lashkar-e-Taiba for the terrorist attack on the Sri Lankan cricket team in Lahore.
Sources in the PCB said the report was the board's take on the whole incident.
PCB gives clean chit to security provided to Lankans

Tuesday , 10 March '09

The Pakistan Cricket Board has given a clean chit to the security provided to the visiting Sri Lanka team in a report submitted to the Pak Prez.
Mushtaq Mohammad has that the PCB officials need to take stock of the Lahore episode calmly.
Don't rubbish Broad, Taufel: Mushtaq Mohammad

Monday , 9 March '09

Mushtaq Mohammad has that the PCB officials need to take stock of the Lahore episode calmly.
A top Lankan official has said that the needle of suspicion for last Tuesday's attack on country's cricketers ...
Lahore attack: 'Needle of suspicion also points to LTTE'

Monday , 9 March '09

A top Lankan official has said that the needle of suspicion for last Tuesday's attack on country's cricketers in Lahore was also on LTTE.
International cricket community has called for boycott after the Lahore terror attack on Sri Lankan cricket te...
PCB vows to host World Cup despite boycott call

Monday , 9 March '09

Putting aside all apprehensions by international cricket associations, PCB has said Pak would be hosting an international team in coming 6-9 month.
Lahore probe points to homegrown link, Lashkar-e-Jhangvi top suspect

Sunday , 8 March '09

An investigation into the terrorist attack on Sri Lanka’s cricket team in Lahore has found signs that Pakistani militants with possible ties to al-Qaeda were responsible...
Security in Pak wasn’t adequate: ICC President

Saturday , 7 March '09

Pakistan came in for sharp criticism from the ICC which said the level of security provided to the terror-hit Sri Lankan cricketers were 'not as expected'.
Richard Boucher said that it is difficult to determine who was behind the Lahore terror attack in which intl c...
US unsure about identity of Lahore attackers

Saturday , 7 March '09

While the initial investigations have pointed towards an involvement of al-Qaeda or LeT hand, the US administration isn't ready to take any names yet.
Criticism of security before and during the ambush is adding to political problems of Zardari.
Pak sees local links to Lahore terror attack

Saturday , 7 March '09

Pak police suspects local militants were responsible for this week's bloody ambush of the Sri Lankan cricket team in Lahore.
‘Our father lost his life in attack, but no one speaks about him’

Friday , 6 March '09

Saadia and Sumera do not want financial compensation from the Pakistan Cricket Board or the Government to recover from the loss of their father Zafar Khan.
Save Pakistan cricket, appeals skipper Younis

Friday , 6 March '09

With Pakistan’s status as a cricketing host under threat, captain Younis Khan has appealed to the world to not isolate the country.
Tharanga Paranavitana's shrapnel in the chest has been removed and he is recovering well.
Shaken Lankan players to get counselling post-Lahore attack

Friday , 6 March '09

SL Sports Ministry Medical Unit Geethanjana Mendis said the traumatised Lankan cricketers are being given counselling sessions for faster recovery.
The left-arm spinner is supposed to turn out for Delhi Daredevils in the IPL.
Vettori apprehensive about playing in IPL

Friday , 6 March '09

New Zealand skipper Daniel Vettori joined the chorus expressing reservations about taking part in the Indian Premier League.
The former Pak captain thinks that India must back Pak and help their cricket survive.
'Cricket in Pak will never be same again'

Friday , 6 March '09

When I heard about the attack on television, it was shocking and the first thing that went through my mind was, God please don’t let any player or official be harmed.
After shock, rage: No security, insider role, say Lankans

Friday , 6 March '09

Careful not to affect ties with Pakistan, Sri Lanka’s government steered clear of the war of words over security lapses in Lahore...