Dhoni keen on resumption of India-Pakistan ties
GURGAON: Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni endorsed the idea of resuming bilateral cricketing ties with Pakistan but expressed doubts over scheduling of matches.
"If Pakistan comes and play here it's good for us. But I don't know about the scheduling... how they will fit it. We are open to it," Dhoni said here.
Relationship between India and Pakistan hit a low following the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks and bilateral cricket ties between the two countries were snapped since then.
But the BCCI's invitation to PCB chief Zaka Ashraf for the IPL final and inclusion of a Pakistan team in the Champions League Twenty20 indicated that things are on the mend now.
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