| Mohammad Akram Raza|
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(1964-11-29) 29 November 1964 (age 50)
Akram Raza Wikipedia
Mohammad Akram Raza (Urdu: محمد اکرم رضا) (born 1964) is a former Pakistani cricketer who played in 9 Tests and 49 ODIs from 1989 to 1995.
born 29 November 1964, Lahore, Punjab, Raza began his domestic cricket career for Lahore City at the age of 16.
In 1989 he made his international debut for Pakistan in a one day international match against Australia. He made his final appearance for Pakistan in February 1995 having played in nine Tests and 49 one day internationals.
Raza was named in a 2000 corruption report by Justice Malik Mohammad Qayyum resulting in a fine from the Pakistan Cricket Board.
After retiring from playing Raza took up umpiring, reaching domestic level in 2008.
On Sunday 15 May 2011 a raid was carried out by Punjab Police in a Lahore shopping mall, there Raza along with six other men were arrested for betting on Indian Premier League matches, police recovered telephones, computers, televisions and a large amount of money during the raid, all seven men were charged later the same day.
Akram Raza, has been reinstated to the Pakistan Cricket Board umpiring panel, following his suspension for his alleged involvement in an illegal betting racket. After year-long proceedings in a Lahore court, he regained his PCB role. Javed Miandad, Pakistan Cricket Board director general, defended his appointment, saying the umpire had produced proof that he was innocent.