Former leg-spinner was banned for life in 2012 from all forms of cricket
Former cricketer said that all players were treated equally during his captaincy
The batting legend, who was born a Christian, converted to Islam in 2005
Former pacer was also critical of the regional bias that was prevalent in Pakistan cricket
The 35-year-old claims that the purpose of his visit is strictly religious and he would be back within 10 days
Westfield has been cleared to return to English reserve level and minor counties cricket a year ahead of schedule
Leg-spinner is facing ban since June 2012 for fixing in a limited-overs match in 2009
PCB says Kaneria will remain banned from all cricket in Pakistan as per ICC rules.
Tafazzul Rizvi, a legal advisor to the Pakistan Cricket Board, said the board had been informed of the hearing.
Kaneria has pleaded his innocence and claims the ECB hearing was pre-determined and he was not given justice.
Pakistan has decided it will not evacuate its citizens from China to counter the threat of the fast-spreading corona virus. Do you agree with the decision?
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Pakistan is home to millions of refugees from neighbouring countries
We as a nation have been very unlucky in terms of leadership
Officials and environmentalists in Pakistan are annoyed over exclusion from the summit despite Pakistan being ranked as the fifth most vulnerable country with regard to global warming
The Sindh government does not seem to be too eager to prevent the crisis
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