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PCB happy with security for tour of India



Pakistan Cricket Board spokesman Nadeem Sarwar says a team of its officials visiting India is happy with the security arrangements being made for a tour that will revive bilateral cricket ties between the two neighboring countries.

Sarwar told The Associated Press on Friday that the four-member team has visited all the venues and is "satisfied with the arrangements, including security and facilities for spectators."

Pakistan will stay in India from December 22 to January 6 to play three one-day internationals and two Twenty20 games in the first bilateral series between the countries in five years.

The last series between the two neighbours was when Pakistan visited India in November 2007. Cricket ties were broken after a 2008 terror attack in Mumbai in which 166 people were killed.

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