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  1. Indian fans were all for it when the ICC gave the Rawalpindi pitch a below-average rating and handed the venue a demerit point as Pakistan's first Test match as host to Australia ended in a dull draw. Even the second Test between the two sides was played on a similar surface where the bowlers got little help from the pitch and if not for a Pakistan collapse in the first innings it would have been a repeat of the series opener. When Pakistan bowlers were toiling hard in search of wickets in Karachi in the 2nd Test, India were hosting Sri Lanka for their third day-night Test in Bengaluru. Number of wickets in the Karachi Test Babar Azam: Shaheen Afridi: Should the pitch be blamed for the wicketless column for the ICC Cricketer of the Year #PAKvAUS #WTC23 pic.twitter.com/zrd7zt6rgo — CricWick (@CricWick) March 13, 2022 While Australia batted for over two days in Karachi, the other Test match in Bengaluru got over well inside three days as 16 wickets fell on opening day. Out of all the 16 wickets to fall, nine were picked up by spinners and the track assisted spinners from the word go. The ICC, on Sunday (March 20) rated the M Chinnaswamy pitch as below average and even handed a demerit point to the venue. Match referee and former India pacer Javagal Srinath, in his report to the ICC, said that even though the surface improved for batting as the game went on, to see spinners coming into play so early in a Test match makes it an uneven contest between bat and ball. ICC has given its verdict on the Bengaluru pitch from the recently concluded #WTC23 clash between India and Sri Lanka https://t.co/7oqiMNhpqD — ICC (@ICC) March 20, 2022 “The pitch offered a lot of turn on the first day itself and though it improved with every session, in my view, it was not an even contest between bat and ball,” Srinath said. Unhappy with the ICC's rating system, Indian cricket fans hit back at the governing body for discouraging curators from making result-oriented pitches and keeping mum seeing flat decks in Antigua and Karachi where dead wickets led to two dull draw games. What about Karanchi Third Class Road ? — Ajay (@LumberOneBatsma) March 20, 2022 A Pitch on which Batsman scored 100 Teams Scored 300 Spin, Fast both bowlers got wickets Received 1 demirit point. This is what is called killing Test Cricket — Blue Army (@BlueArmyRo45) March 20, 2022 What about Karanchi Road where batsman bat all 5 days — Daniel Alexander (@CaesarJuliusthe) March 20, 2022 What about Karachi test pitch? There is no way a batsman like babar can score 196 on a day 5 pitch. — ram dewani (@ramdewani1) March 20, 2022 Shameful by ICC Karanchi pitch was worst but no action against Pakistan — Rebel (@AhmedShahBaba0) March 20, 2022 Pitches have been becoming the talking point lately as home teams tend to prepare pitches to their liking which is fair but not getting a result is what is hampering Test cricket the most. With T20 cricket around, fans barely take time out to watch Test cricket and to see them spend five days without getting a result in today's day and age is what is turning them away from the longest format of the game. View the full article
  2. Experts say a good hostile spell by a pacer could be fruitful, but spinners will be having decisive say today in first Pak vs Aus Test
  3. Bukhari had filed a Rs1 billion defamation case against the Pindi commissioner for naming him in the Rawalpindi Ring Road scam
  4. Mufti Muneeb warns that they would return with full force if the govt fails to implement the agreement with the proscribed TLP
  5. Says all PSL teams should stand by the PCB after New Zealand decision to drop out of tour disappoints cricket fans
  6. RAWALPINDI: Commander X Corps Lieutenant General Nadeem Raza visited various sectors along the Line of Control (LoC) in Azad Jammu and Kashmir where Indian troops targeted innocent civilians Wednesday night. According to a statement by the army's media wing, the Inter Services Public Relations, Lt Gen Raza said Pakistan's troops shall continue to a give befitting response to the Indian brutality against innocent citizens. Moreover, Pakistan on Thursday strongly condemned the unprovoked Indian firing along the LoC. Foreign Office Spokesperson Nafees Zakaria regretted that India is deliberately targeting the civilian population. He said that Indian actions are detrimental to bringing peace in the region. His statement came after Indian troops resorted to unprovoked firing in Phuklian, Chirikot and Kailer sectors on Wednesday night. A man was killed in the Indian firing while a woman was critically injured. The Rawalpindi corps commander also visited the region on Sunday. During the visit, he reiterated the troops' resolve to respond aggressively and effectively to any Indian miscalculation or misadventure along the border. Indian misadventures along LoC will be responded aggressively: Lt Gen Nadeem Rawalpindi's corps commander visited Battal, Dawarandi sectors along the LoC on Sunday Lt Gen Raza, during his visit to the Battal and Dawarandi sectors along the LoC on Sunday, appreciated the high morale of the troops and effective response to protect civilians from Indian forces? shelling. Indian forces opened fire in the Tatta Pani and Poona sector of the LoC on August 27, killing three civilians and injuring two others.
  7. ISLAMABAD/PINDI: Weather took a pleasant turn for the residents of twin cities, Islamabad and Rawalpindi, when it rained heavily on Tuesday, bringing the mercury down. According to the Met department, the speed of the wind is 130km/hr in Rawalpindi, whereas, in Islamabad it has been recorded 93km/hr. Due to the thunderstorm, trees were uprooted from the ground and many cars were damaged. The Met department has said that in the coming next four to five days, the temperature would drop in the lowland areas.
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