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Last Updated: Saturday, 5 March, 2005, 13:32 GMT
Sony secure India-Pakistan Tests
Pakistan v India in April 2004
Sachin Tendulkar celebrates India's 2004 win over Pakistan
Pakistan's Test series in India will be televised internationally by Sony Entertainment Television after a last-minute deal.

"Sony has been given the satellite rights for the series for $11.5m (8.8 m)," said Indian cricket board President Ranbir Singh Mahendra.

India's TV rights have been subject to an ongoing court battle but a stop-gap arrangement was agreed last month.

TWI will produce the coverage, screened domestically on state-run Doordarshan.

The first of three Tests begins in Mohali on Tuesday.

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