The 2011 cricket World Cup will go on as scheduled in South Asia despite growing political tensions between co-hosts India and Pakistan, ICC said on Tuesday. "We are committed to staging the World Cup in South Asia," International Cricket Council (ICC) chief executive Haroon Lorgat told reporters after a meeting of the World Cup organising committee in New Delhi. Representatives from all four host nations -- India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh -- attended the meeting that was chaired by ICC vice-president Sharad Pawar.