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ACSU chief Ravi Sawani’s resignation accepted

Ravi Sawani will now serve a one-month notice period after it was accepted by board president Jagmohan Dalmiya.

ICC pores over the leak

World body to probe how matchfixing testimonies found their way into the media.

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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.

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.

Rahul Dravid to address CBI conference on corruption in sports

The agency has decided to introduce a special session on Ethics and Integrity in Sports.

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ICC to tap Australia,New Zealand police to fight World Cup graft

ICC will strike agreements with law enforcement agencies in Australia and New Zealand.

Ajit Chandila introduced me to bookies,says Harmeet Singh

Harmeet had earlier met the Delhi police during their investigation into spot-fixing in the IPL.

Indian sleuth who told court how it works

“These are the book-keepers and they are part of the mafia. They are the underworld dons.”

Employ former players in ICC's Anti-Corruption Unit: Vaughan

Vaughan advocated need to have former players in the ACSU for the better surveillance of matches.

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