July 23: The Nation reported that Pakistan has reported 11 deaths in the last 24 hours by novel coronavirus as the number of positive cases has surged to 1,000,034. The nationwide tally of fatalities has jumped to 22,939 on Friday.
British HC did not advise against Pakistan tour: Turner
September 22: The News reported that British High Commissioner to Pakistan Christian Turner said Tuesday cancellation of the England tour to Pakistan saddened him. He said the British High Commission in Islamabad did not advise against England's tour to Pakistan.
Pakistan paying price for saying ‘absolutely not’: Fawad
September 22: The Express Tribune reported that Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting Fawad Chaudhry implied on Tuesday that the withdrawal of England and New Zealand teams from cricket series in Pakistan was a result of saying “absolutely not” by Prime Minister Imran Khan to the United States.
Pakistan feel ‘used and binned’ by England’s withdrawal, says PCB chair
September 22: The Guardian reported that Pakistan have lost faith in English cricket and the promise of a tour in 2022, with contingency plans set to be drawn up amid a belief they will once again be left in the lurch.
Pakistan Laments Cricket Matches Unplayed, and Blames Politics
September 22: The New York Times reported that the English men’s and women’s cricket teams have abruptly canceled plans to play in Pakistan next month, the second international withdrawal for a country both obsessed with the sport and increasingly worried about its image on the world stage.