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ICC turns page in James Anderson-Ravindra Jadeja affair; BCCI may not give up fight

Alastair Cook defended his fast bowler’s attitude, claiming that Anderson if anything had a ‘split personality’.


Words like ‘f**k’ common on field says Matt Prior

According to Anderson’s version, it was Jadeja who was the aggressor and without provocation.


Not satisfied with verdict, BCCI seeks ICC’s intervention

We don’t agree with the reason given by the judicial commissioner to absolve Anderson, the BCCI said.


ICC appeals to all members to respect it’s judicial process

The notice came in the wake of the recent Jadeja-Anderson altercation.

Read more: cricket, cricket news, ICC

James Anderson hearing scheduled for August 1

Anderson is alleged to have pushed Jadeja when the teams were leaving the pitch.


India depart with baggage

MS Dhoni & Co. leave for five-Test series in England hoping for first Test win overseas in 3 years


Supreme Court refuses urgent hearing on plea against N Srinivasan

The apex court had on May 16 ordered a probe by the Justice Mukul Mudgal committee against Srinivasan.


BCCI threatened to form ‘parallel ICC’

BCCI president-in-exile N Srinivasan is going to take over as the first chairman of the ICC later this month.


India slip one spot in ODI rankings, Virat Kohli continues to be top batsman

India lost their second position to Sri Lanka, while Australia maintained their place at the top of the heap.


Close to finishing fixing probe: ICC

The furore started after McCullum’s statement to ICC’s Anti-Corruption and Security Unit (ACSU) was leaked.


Chris Cairns denies speculation of being the ‘X’ in new match-fixing equation

Cairns issued a statement to the Dominion Post newspaper denying it was him as Player X,

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How bookies used casino chips and call girls to try and fix WC games

During the 2011 World Cup in India, a bookie SB was monitored by Indian and Sri Lankan ACSU unit officials.


PCB announces resumption of cricketing ties with India

India suspended all bilateral series with Pakistan in the wake of the 2008 militant attacks.

Read more: BCCI, ICC, PCB

Big 3 to control anti-corruption unit as ICC confirms review

ACSU will now be controlled by the sport’s big three — India, England and Australia, the ICC confirmed.


ICC confirms review of anti-corruption unit

ICC CEO Dave Richardson admitted that corruption was the biggest threat to the sport.


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