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ICC’s ACSU to recommend stronger anti-corruption laws


In order to prosecute players, match officials and franchise owners found guilty of corrupt practices in domestic T20 leagues such as IPL, the ICC’s Anti-Corruption and Security Unit (ACSU) is likely to recommend stronger anti-corruption laws to its members.

Srini yet to decide on attending ICC meet: TNCA


Embattled BCCI president N. Srinivasan, who stepped aside after the IPL spot-fixing scandal, has not yet made up his mind on attending the ICC annual conference in London and will decide on it closer to the date of sub-committee meetings.

N Srinivasan threatened to terminate FTP over DRS issue

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Mumbai: The Indian cricket board will continue to oppose the use of DRS, according to BCCI's newly-appointed secretary Sanjay Patel. “We are firm in our stand against DRS. It's not going to change un

BCCI will oppose DRS at ICC meet: Patel


New Delhi: India will continue to oppose the uniform implementation of Decision Review System (DRS) at the Annual Conference of the ICC in London, according to newly appointed BCCI secretary Sanjay P

Dalmiya's 12 ways to clean up cricket


New Delhi: Following are the 12 points of "Operation Clean Up" announced today by the BCCI's head of interim arrangement Jagmohan Dalmiya to get rid of controversies in the IPL.1. Removal of sleaze;

Lankan monks protest ICC's blunder during CT opener


Colombo: Ravana Balaya (Ravana Force), a Buddhist monk nationalist group, today staged a demonstration in front of Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) headquarters here in protest against an ICC faux pas during

FICA demands enquiry into Siva’s ICC appointment


A miffed Federation of International Cricketers Association today demanded an ICC ethics committee enquiry into BCCI-backed L. Sivaramakrishnan’s appointment as a players’ representative in the governing body, saying captains could have been forced to vote against incumbent Tim May.

New Zealand crush Sri Lanka by eight wickets

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New Zealand rode on their bowlers lethal performance to crush Sri Lanka by eight wickets in their first Super Six match of the ICC women’s World Cup here today.

Mithali’s comments fired us to perform better: Brunt

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After notching up a convincing 32-run victory over India, England pacer Katherine Brunt said it was Indian skipper Mithali Raj’s comments on their bowling attack that charged them up to perform better during their Group A ICC women’s World Cup here today.

McGrath and Charlie Turner to be inducted into Oz hall of fame


Former fast bowlers Glenn McGrath and Charlie Turner will be inducted into the Australian Cricket hall of fame at this year’s Allan Border Medal ceremony tomorrow night here.

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