LAHORE - The Pakistan Cricket Board and the Board of Control for Cricket in India are at loggerheads over the ICCs new Future Tours Programme (FTP) as the PCB claims that the Indian board is reluctant to give definite time frames for the upcoming series. The ICC chief executives meeting, which were held recently in Dubai to discuss the 2012-2020 FTP, confirmed that India had agreed to play against Pakistan in this period but has not given specific dates. The PCBs issue is that India has said it will play twice against Pakistan at neutral venues but has given no dates. Secondly, they are not willing to give enough time to Pakistan to play a full series, sources said. The time frame given by India means that Pakistan cannot play a full series against it and the Indian board has made it clear that any match against Pakistan will be dependent on clearance from their government, he said. The PCB is not happy with the situation because it wants a longer series in which more matches against India will be played and also confirmed dates should be provided by Indian board. On the other hand, India has just said they will play Pakistan in the periods they are free of other commitments in the FTP, the source added. The source said the PCBs point of view is that if less number of matches will be played against India, it will be loss of valuable finances. The cancellation of two series against India means a loss of around USD70 million for the PCB. Pakistans next scheduled series against India is also in 2012. India has not played a bilateral series against Pakistan since 2007. The Indians were due to tour Pakistan in early 2009 for a full series but the plan was cancelled due to the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks. The source also disclosed that the PCB was unhappy that the ICC, after earlier agreeing, is now not willing to give icon status to Indo-Pak series. Allowing icon status would have meant that where Pakistan played two series against a particular team in the FTP against India, it would have played three because of its icon status, the source stated. The source also said Pakistan was also not happy with other teams like Australia not giving a full series to Pakistan. Basically the Australians and some other teams have scheduled split tours against Pakistan and that is not making the PCB happy as it means additional production costs in broadcasting the series.