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Asia Cup 2018: In PM Imran Khan's presence, India, Pakistan to renew cricket rivalry

DNA Tuesday, 18 September 2018
There isn't a contest in cricket like one between India and Pakistan. As the two neighbours renew their rivalry in an Asia Cup encounter in Dubai on Wednesday, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan is expected to be in attendance for the match.

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India and Pakistan are set to clash against each other today evening.

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