New Delhi: Controversies in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) refuse to die down. After the ‘mobile phone’ fiasco in the game between Karachi Kings and Peshawar Zalmi on Friday, it has now come to the fore that Zalmi’s pacer Wahab Riaz has allegedly been accused of tampering with the ball by England batsman Jason Roy during the Quetta Gladiators-Peshawar Zalmi game on Saturday. Taking to Twitter, Pakistan journalist Saj Sadiq wrote: “Jason Roy has accused Wahab Riaz of ball-tampering as the 2 clashed during a PSL match in Karachi. Sources say Roy asked Wahab whether he had tampered with the ball to gain reverse swing. Wahab reacted angrily before Sarfaraz Ahmed intervened to calm both players down #PSLV”. IANSAlso Read: Joe Denly to Open For England in 4th Test, Jason Roy at 4Also Watch: CJM Court Kamrup Metro sent Former JNU student Sharjeel Imam to 4 day police custody
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The civil society group, the Haitian-Dominican Concertation Commission (CCHD), is urging the Dominican Republic government to reconsider an extension of the August 26 deadline for the regularization of Haitians in the neighboring Spanish-speaking country.The government has already extended the deadline for the National Plan for the Regularization of Foreigners (PNRE), but the CCHD, a binational group, has expressed “deep concern about the expiry of this second extension granted to Haitian migrants registered with the PNRE in order to complete their application for regularization.”Two failures notedIt has pointed, on the one hand, to the failings on the Dominican side in terms of communication and awareness of the people concerned and secondly the deep deficiencies of the Haitian state to provide the necessary identity documents to its citizens.The CCHD said that these two key factors provide a certain amount of uncertainty “and the likely threat of evictions after August 26, of tens of thousands of Haitians who are still not regularized.”Combined efforts being soughtThe CCHD has sent a letter to the heads of governments of both countries, recommending that the two countries “combine their efforts to revive the work of the bilateral joint commission as soon as the new Haitian government is installed to establish a frank and productive dialogue on the migration issue.”The CCHD said that this new dialogue space should also be open to civil society groups “whose work is dedicated to the different aspects of relations between the two countries.”