India vs Pakistan

India-Pakistan cricket rivalry is one of the most sporting rivals in the world. According to TV ratings firms and many other reports, around one billion people see the India-Pakistan cricket match around the world. In the 2011 World Cup semi-final, the match between the two teams was seen in 988 million viewers on television. During the 2015 World Cup all the tickets for the Indo-Pak match were sold in 12 minutes.

The relations between India and Pakistan have always been in tension due to historical and political issues. In these countries, the division of India is seen as the root cause of this relationship. Kashmir dispute The two countries have so far embraced many and both countries have often taken military action against this dispute. Tensions are present in these countries, while both countries are associated with one another’s history, civilization, geography and economy.

After the collapse of British India in 1947, new sovereign states were formed: the Indian Union and the Dominion of Pakistan. The partition of the former British India led to involuntary resettlement of up to 12.5 million people, from a few hundred thousand to a million people died. India became a secular state with a majority of the Hindu population and a Muslim minority, while Pakistan was created as an Islamic republic with an overwhelming majority of the Muslim population established diplomatic relations, but violent division and numerous territorial disputes dramatically ruined their relations. India and Pakistan survived three major wars, one undeclared war and took part in numerous armed clashes and confrontations. The issue of Kashmir’s identity is the main cause of all these conflicts, with the exception of the 1971 Indo-Pakistani war, which led to the secession of East Pakistan (now Bangladesh).

Numerous attempts have been made to improve relations: in particular, the Shimla Summit, the Agra Summit and the Lahore Summit. Since the early 1980s, relations between the two countries have deteriorated even more, especially after the conflict in Siachen, the uprising in Jammu and Kashmir, the Indian and Pakistani nuclear tests, and the Cargil war. At the same time, some confidence-building measures were taken: the signing of a cease-fire agreement in 2003, the launch of the Delhi-Lahore bus. However, these efforts have been canceled out by periodic terrorist attacks. In 2001, an attack was launched on the Indian parliament, which put the two countries on the brink of nuclear war. In 2007, the Samjhauta Express passenger train was undermined, killing 68 civilians (most of whom were citizens of Pakistan). In 2008, there was an attack on Mumbai, Pakistani terrorists killed about 160 Indian citizens during this attack, as a result of which India ceased peace talks with the government of Pakistan.

In 2013, according to surveys conducted by the BBC World Service Poll, 11% of Indians treat Pakistan positively and 45% negatively. At the same time, 19% of Pakistanis treat India positively, and 54% – negatively

Pakistan Cricket Board represents Pakistan in the world of cricket whose management is Pakistan Cricket Board. Pakistan was allowed to participate in international competitions in the International Cricket Council in 1952. Pakistan played its first Test match in Delhi against October 16, 1952 in India. Pakistan cricket team is currently among the world’s strongest teams. Pakistan won its first World Cup by Imran Khan in 1992 against Britain. Pakistan has created a lot of funeral batsmen, including Imran Khan, Waseem Akram, Abdul Qadir, Sarfraz Nawaz, Waqar Younis, Shoaib Akhtar, Anilam ul Haq, Younis Khan, Shahid Afridi and Javed Miandad. Till now, Pakistan has played 400 tests out of which 129 won and 113 votes and 158 were the result. Pakistan team is currently the highest test winner in Asian teams, according to ICC rankings, second (2) one-day fast in Pakistan Test matches

The matches include the eighth (8) and the seventh (7) position in the T-Twenty20.


Pakistan is responsible for all types of cricket (first class), Test cricket and one-day cricket, Pakistan Cricket Board. This department works as Zoroastrian supervision of President Pakistan. Its management includes traders, arthritis businessmen. It is also responsible for management and field care of regional teams, including the Qaeemi trophy.

President Zardari chooses President of the Board of Directors, at present, President of the Board is the city of Yar Khan. Recently President Pakistan has approved the new constitution, under which the management of regional teams will run cricket board.

The Indian cricket team is an international team representing India. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is the sports body of the Indian cricket team. The Indian cricket team is the most advertised sports team in the world.

On June 25, 1932, he made his Test debut against England and became the sixth member of the Test playing nations. India has been the weakest Test team of all time, than Australia and England, for the first 50 years. India had only 35 victories in 196 Tests during this period. The Indian team began to gain power over the hundreds of years after winning the Test rankings. Kapil Dev, Sunil Gavaskar and Vishvatara Spin bolsters were the main reasons for the Indian team’s rise. In the subsequent years, India is in the Test and One Day World Cup with the world’s leading teams. In 1983, India won the Cricket World Cup trophy in 2003. Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid, Sourav Ganguly, VVS Vishwatra players such as Laxman were members of the Indian team. In December 2006, India’s first team took part in Twenty20 cricket. India won the first Twenty20 World Cup 2007 and the one-day World Cup in 2011. India won the Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s title.

The British started playing cricket in the early 18th century. Historian William Foster wrote that India’s first cricket match was held in 1721. The Parsi community in Mumbai was formed in 1848 by the Oriental Cricket Club and the first ever Cricket Club of India. In 1877, the Europeans invited the Parsis to contest with them. It was eventually emerged as Bombay Pentangula, a well-known competitive series. From the end of the 19th century, some Indians began playing in English cricket teams. Among those, such as Ranjit Singhji and Duleep Singhji, were praised by the British. In 1911, the Indian cricket team was the first to leave for England. But it was the opportunity to play with county teams . In 1926, the Indian team were invited to the Imperial Cricket Council, playing their first Test in 1932. In the first test match of the Test series, CK Naidu led the team. India lost 158 ​​runs in the first match . Though the Indian team progressed in the 1930s and 40s, they had not won any of the international competitions during the period. India played the first ever since independence in 1948 against Australia. Donald Bradman’s famous Australian team won the five-Test series 4-0.

In 1952, India won their first Test against Chennai in Madras. In the same year, they had their first series win against Pakistan. The 1960s saw India win the competition in their own country matches. India, Australia, Pakistan and England have won the series against New Zealand in the semi-final.

  1. Prasanna, S. Venkataraghavan, BS. The team of the team in the 1970s was the spin Nalwar team of Chandrasekhar and Bishan Singh Bedi. Sunil Gavaskar and Gundappa Viswanath were the witnesses of the all-time best batsmen of all time. At this time, India was strong in the Indian pitch with spin bowling. It was the presence of these players in 1971 that helped to defeat the West Indies and England in their home country.

It was during the 1971 Cricket ODI, which changed the shape of the game, but India has taken a long time to celebrate it with a fresh look. Most Indian batsmen like Sunil Gavaskar were defensive batting techniques for Test cricket. India started out in the first two World Cups in the first set of the ODI series.

The 1980s was a golden era of the Indian cricket team. Gavaskar reached the climax of his career and Kapil Dev’s performance as the best allrounder in India. Mohammad Azharuddin, Dilip Vengsarkar and Ravi Shastri were the other batsmen in the tournament. In 1983, India won the World Cup with a win over West Indies by compromising the predictions of players. India captain Kapil Dev was named captain of India in the World Cup. In 1984, the Asia Cup and India’s 1985 Cricket World Championships proved to be a great success. The 1987 Cricket World Cup was held in India. Even though there is a favorable side for the hosts, India has to reach the semi-finals.