Shaharyar Khan | The Daily Star
  • Pakistan board chief to step down in August

    Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chief Shaharyar Khan will not seek another term in office due to personal and health reasons and is to step down in August when his current tenure ends.

  • Lack of educated players hurting Pakistan cricket

    Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Shaharyar Khan says the lack of educated players in the national team was one of the reasons for its recent poor performance.

  • Hafeez comes to Amir’s rescue

    Seeing a section of the crowd at Wellington taunting Mohammad Amir during the 1st ODI between New Zealand and Pakistan with some currency notes, Mohammad Hafeez comes to the rescue of his teammate.

  • Hafeez, Azhar may face disciplinary action for Amir boycott

    Shaharyar Khan, the Pakistan Cricket Board chairman, on Friday (December 25) warned players refusing to train alongside Mohammad Amir during an ongoing fitness camp for the national side that they would faced fines and suspensions.

  • December Ind-Pak series unlikely: PCB chief

    Shaharyar Khan, PCB chairman, finally gives up hope of organising the proposed India-Pakistan cricket series in the near future.

  • India-Pakistan-Bangladesh series on the cards

    It is understood that the Indian cricket authorities had discussed the possibility of a tri-series involving Pakistan and Bangladesh in its working committee meeting, according to a report of ESPNcricinfo.

  • PCB 'can survive' without playing India

    PCB chairman Shaharyar Khan has said Pakistan 'can survive' without playing cricket against India.

  • PCB-BCB gap covered: Shaharyar Khan

    Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Shaharyar Khan says the “gap” that had been created following BCB's decision to not send its national team to Pakistan in 2012 has been “covered”.