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Gibson fined for DRS criticism


West Indies coach Ottis Gibson has been fined by the International Cricket Council (ICC) after comments made about the decision review system (DRS) during the second test against Australia.

The curre

ICC board expands 2014 World T20 teams


The International Cricket Council executive board will expand the number of teams from 12 to 16 in the 2014 World Twenty20 tournament to be held Bangladesh.

The decision was announced after the end o

ICC requests Clive Lloyd to continue


The International Cricket Council (ICC) has asked West Indies great Clive Lloyd to continue as the chairman of the cricket committee until the executive board reviews the current terms of appointment.

Bangladesh agrees Pakistan cricket tour

Bangladesh on Sunday agreed to tour Pakistan for a short one 50-over match and one Twenty20 international later this month, reviving international cricket suspended in the country three years ago.


ICC to host first-ever curator workshop in Dubai

The ICC on Tuesday announced that it will organise its first-ever curator workshop in Dubai on April 11 and 12 April, covering a wide range of issues involved in pitch preparation.

The workshop will

Test rankings: England on top, India third

England will start its domestic international season as the No.1 Test side in the ICC Test Championship after a two-Test draw with Sri Lanka helped it retain the top spot.

England defeated Sri Lanka

Gaddafi son 'attacked' in Libya detention: ICC lawyer

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Seif al-Islam, the son of slain Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, has been attacked in detention in Libya, a lawyer from the International Criminal Court said on Thursday.

"Gaddafihas been physically at

BCB wants review of last-over collision in Asia Cup final


Bangladesh have not yet given up on the Asia Cup despite losing the final by two runs to Pakistan as the country's Board plans to complain to the Asian Cricket Council that pacer Aizaz Cheema delibera

Ex-ICC chief says India is illegal betting hub


A former International Cricket Council chief on Tuesday accused India of fostering corruption in the sport, saying illegal betting in the country was the root cause of the problem.

Ehsan Mani, who he

ICC backs Saeed Ajmal's bowling action


The International Cricket Council on Monday backed Saeed Ajmal's controversial bowling action following reports that India had complained about the Pakistan off-spinner.

Indian television channel NDT

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