Hasan Ali is marrying Indian woman in Dubai on Tuesday and had tweeted a picture of himself on his "last night as a bachelor".
Sharjeel Khan met with Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) anti-corruption officials who directed him to undergo a rehabilitation programme, putting him on track to return to the sport.
Shoaib Akhtar had slammed Jofra Archer for walking away after felling Steve Smith with a short delivery.
Shoaib Malik played an unbeaten 26-ball 46-run knock, laced with four boundaries and three sixes during a Global T20I Canada match.
PCB has reduced the number of players to be awarded central contracts after Pakistan's dismal performance in the World Cup.
A Pakistani player representing Winnipeg Hawks in the Global T20 Canada was reportedly approached by a former Test cricketer to fix matches.
Babar Azam was playing the T20 league for Somerset and Pakistan fans jammed the county website, which was streaming the matches, causing it to crash.
Pakistan were knocked out in the league stage of World Cup 2019. They had finished fifth in the points table at equal points (11) with New Zealand after the round-robin stage.
Shoaib Akhtar stated that Pakistan could have beaten India in both the 1999 and 2003 World Cups but failed to do so.
Mickey Arthur, in a review meeting held on August 2 with the PCB cricket committee, has also sought his extension as head coach for two more years.
Pakistan is scheduled to host Sri Lanka for a two-Test series in October, which will be part of the World Test Championship.
Hasan Ali admitted that he is marrying Shamia Arzoo in Dubai. Shamia is a flight engineer with Emirates Airlines while her family is settled in Delhi.
Shahid Afridi was in scintillating form, smashing an unbeaten 81 off just 40 balls as Brampton Wolves beat Edmonton Royals by 27 runs.
Hasan Ali said that the wedding is not confirmed yet and he will make a public announcement about it very soon.
Mohammad Amir had announced his retirement from Test cricket on July 26, saying he wanted to concentrate on white-ball cricket.
On August 2, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) cricket committee will be reviewing their World Cup performance.
After being accused of having multiple affairs by a Twitter user, Imam-ul-Haq admitted to his mistake and apologised to the Pakistan Cricket Board.
Shahid Afridi's scintillating 40-ball 81 powered his side Brampton Wolves past Edmonton Royals by 27 runs in the Global T20 Canada match.