India-Pakistan cricket match is one of the most powerful sporting events in the world. According to the TV Ratings Authority’s report, the Indo-Pak cricket match will attract 1 billion readers. In the 2011 World Cup semi-finals, both teams attracted 988 million television viewers. Tickets for the 2015 India World Cup were sold in 12 minutes.
The widespread communal tensions in India and Pakistan due to the partition of British India in 1947, the conflict between the two countries, the Kashmir issue and the establishment of a strong sports phenomenon. Two nations in the past shared a common tradition of history. The first Test series was played between Pakistan and India during the 1951-52 season. The first team to visit India in 1954-55. Between 1962 and 1977, there was never a single Cricket match between 1965 and 1971. The Kargil War of 1999 and the 2008 Mumbai attacks have hampered bilateral relations between the two countries.
Major expatriates all over India and Pakistan have been battling for a number of bilateral ODI series, including two teams, competing for bilateral nations like the UAE and Canada. Both the teams are under pressure to win regularly, reaction to failure. Extreme fans have reacted to the defeat in the ICC Cricket World Cup, with limited scoring and general anxieties. The two countries are trying to improve relations between Pakistan and India, as the two countries are keen to give cricket diplomacy to cricket diplomats.
Brought by British settlers in the eighteenth century, cricket is first and foremost an aristocratic sport. It was not until the nineteenth century that the “indigenous” population was encouraged to practice sport. The creation in 1840 of a parsi club is a first, followed by clubs formed on the basis of religion (Hindu, Muslim, Christian and even Jewish). The intention of the British in the use of cricket is to use it as a tool of civilization, however, the local people intend to enjoy meetings between local and colonial clubs to beat the Europeans to their own game. In a strategy of resistance unarmed, cricket takes on this role to defeat the colonizer. After independence, cricket remains of major importance in the Indian subcontinent. It allows links to be re-established when diplomatic discussions are broken as in 1978 and 1999138. It was only in the mid-1980s that cricket took on a form of diplomatic medium. Indeed, the creation of an Indo-Pakistani lobby made up of diplomats and sponsored by private economic actors for the organization of the Cricket World Cup is a success to lead to the 1987 Cup which is the first to be organized. out of England138. Similar in many respects to the ping pong diplomacy between China and the United States, the “diplomacy of cricket” aims to catalyze tensions and to participate in the cohesion of the two peoples138. The effects of such diplomacy began to bear fruit in the 1990s with the 1999 tour of the Pakistani team that succeeded – despite the Kargil conflict – in bringing the masses together. Later, the Indian team tour in 2004-2005 – the first since 1989 – has allowed the renewal of diplomatic relations
The division of British India in 1947 led to the creation of a free India and Pakistan through a strongly bloody confrontation between Hindus and Muslims and Sikhs. Ten million people have turned to nationalism in their election. The bloodiest tradition of partitioning, facing the level of local disputes and wars, hockey hockey, association football, especially in cricket, has added to the growth of enormous hazards. The most popular sport in both countries was developed during the British colonial period. In the first post-inmate teams of India and Pakistan, many played in local and regional tournaments with the team.
In 1948, the International Cricket Council became permanent. Pakistan was the first in history of the first Test. The first Test defeat in Delhi won the second Test at Lucknow, leading to an angry response from home ground against Indian players. India won the Test series after winning the third Test at Bombay. But the players of both teams were in great pressure. They mainly followed defensive tactics. When India became the capital of Pakistan in 1955, LAHORE, Pakistan, had granted visas to thousands of Indian fans to watch Test matches. However, the 1955 series and the 1961 Pakistan tour of Pakistan ended in a series. No test winner or failure. Often the complaints of the umpires have also changed frequently
The Indo-Pakistani War of 1965, and the 1971 War, retained Pakistan cricket. He was on tour of Pakistan till 1978. In the post-1971 era, cricket became an important factor in cricket’s history. India has cancelled the treaty with Pakistan many times after the terrorist attacks. Cricket in India resumed in 1978 in India and Pakistan, where it was not directly related to the war of 1971 and the relationship between the two countries. Operation Brasstacks During World War I, Pakistan President Ziaul Haq invited him to watch the India-Pakistan Test match in the Indian city of Jaipur. This form of cricket diplomacy has also occurred several times. Pakistan visited India in 1979. However, after the assassination of Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi in 1984, a tour of India was canceled.
In the late 1980s and 1990s, both India and Pakistan were in neutral venues in Sharjah, Canada, Canada, Toronto and Canada. They regularly observed large audience of expatriates. The series between Canada’s teams in the 1990s and early 2000s was officially known as the “Friendship Cup”. Sharjah was a neutral venue. Considered to be “Pakistan’s back”. Nearby, the team supported the organized support.
Major sporting events such as the Cricket World Cup, the ICC World Twenty20, the ICC Champions Trophy, the Aston-Asia Cup and the Asia Cup.
In 1999, after Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee continued his Pakistani visit, Pakistan played a one-day match against India in the Pakistan Test series, and after the Kargil conflict bilaterally established bilateral relations. India is visiting Pakistan after 15 years of interaction with Prime Minister Vajpayee’s peace talks. After the 2008 Mumbai attacks, the Pakistani intelligence agencies in 2005 and 2006 and later the exchange tours, and later in 2009, suspended future promises in Pakistan. India decided to tour Pakistan from January 13 to February 19, 2009. But after the Mumbai terrorist attack, the two countries were suspended after pressure from each other.
Domestic terrorism has been linked with Pakistan since the 2009 attack on Sri Lanka and the loss of Pakistan’s Cause Host of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011. India and Pakistan qualified for the first semi-finals. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Pakistani Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani visited India today. In December 2012, BCCI announced that the BCCI will tour India in three ODIs and two T20s. The one-day games at Delhi, Kolkata and Chennai were played in Ahmedabad and hosted in Bangalore T20 games.
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has confirmed that it has signed an agreement with the Board of Control for Cricket in India (MCC) The BCCI did not have a full series in Pakistan, no communications resulted in long-standing discussions, including opportunities and discussions in the first seasons and schedules of the series in December 2015. In May 2017, BCCI Secretary Amitabh Chaudhry said: He said the BCCI needed recognition from the Government of India. The two discussed the dialogue between the two countries in Dubai.
Why it is so tentious?
Relations between India and Pakistan are strained due to a number of historical and political issues. In 1947 there was a division of British India, which led to the creation of tension around the status of Kashmir and numerous military conflicts between the two countries. Consequently, even though these two states of South Asia share common historical, cultural, geographical and economic ties, their relations are full of hostility and suspicion.
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.
Soon after independence, India and Pakistan established diplomatic relations, but the violent division and numerous territorial disputes dramatically ruined their relationship. 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.