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  Mohammad Amir claims fifer for Pakistan against WI on curtailed Day Two
   
 
KINGSTON, Jamaica: Apr 23 (INP) Mohammad Amir completed a five-wicket innings haul and West Indies captain Jason Holder reached a fifth half-century as the home side reached 278 for nine in their first innings on a rain-ruined second day of the first Test against Pakistan at Sabina Park on Saturday. Only 11.3 overs were bowled in the entire day as inadequate covering from heavy overnight and early morning rain left damp patches on the pitch and a sodden area of the outfield, delaying the start of play by four hours. By the time the showers returned in late afternoon with even greater ferocity, just 55 minutes play was possible during which Amir and Holder shone through the gathering gloom. After the home skipper and Devendra Bishoo extended their eighth-wicket partnership to 75 against the second new ball, Amir had Bishoo caught at the wicket for 28. He then bowled Alzarri Joseph without scoring to achieve his first five-wicket haul since returning to international cricket last year following a five-year ban for spot-fixing. Most impressive in the left-arm fast bowler´s effort was his accuracy as reflected in figures of five for 41 off 24.3 overs before the showers swept across the ground and drove the players off the field for the last time for the day. Holder´s defiance was also admirable, the captain reaching the half-century mark by hoisting debutant Mohammed Abbas for a straight six. INP/AH
 
 
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Never done anything illegal, claims Imran Khan
News Image   ISLAMABAD, May 29(INP) Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has said he has never done anything illegal nor has he ever been served a tax notice.More
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Indian army building LAC muscles to keep China in check
News Image   NEW DELHI: May 29 (INP) The Indian Army is currently busy with the volatile situation along the 778-km Line of Control with Pakistan, but it is slowly and steadily also building requisite deterrence along the 4,057-km Line of Actual Control (LAC) with China. More
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