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Pakistan can be kings again despite India's IPL riches, says Nazar

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DUBAI: Former Pakistan all-rounder Mudassar Nazar insists his country will once again be the kings of Asian cricket despite India’s rise as world beaters on the back of the riches of the IPL.
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