LAHORE - Despite strained relations between the two countries, the BCCI has agreed to donate its earnings from the Twenty20 World Cup practice match against Pakistan for the policemen, killed and injured, in the Lahore terror attack. Pakistan Cricket Board officials said the ICC has also given its clearance for the noble cause with the consent of the English and the Indian Cricket Boards. "It is decided that the revenues would be donated for the six policemen and a driver killed in the attack and to the policemen wounded by the militants," one PCB official said. "It is a very good gesture from the Indians because without their cooperation and that of the England and Wales Board this would not have been possible," the official added. The practice match will be held on June 3 at the Oval.