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PCB might start fresh inquiry against Danish Kaneria after spot-fixing confession

The PCB, in 2012, followed the International Cricket Council's Anti-Corruption protocol and ratified the life ban on Kaneria, who was found guilty of spot-fixing and instigating other players to spot-fix in English county matches.

The Mervyn Westfield affair Explained: £6,000 to concede 12 runs in an over

Mervyn Westfield, who was Danish Kaneria's team mate at Essex in 2009, claimed that he was influenced by the former Pakistan spinner into accepting £6,000 to concede 12 runs from an over in a Pro40 game.

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Danish Kaneria: After denial for six years, a confession and an apology

Six years after he was banned for life, former Pakistan leg-spinner Danish Kaneria admits to spot-fixing and luring young Mervyn Westfield.

'I was guilty': Former Pakistan spinner Danish Kaneria admits to fixing charges after six years

Former Pakistan leg-spinner Danish Kaneria on Thursday admitted to his role in the 2012 fixing scandal that led to the imprisonment of former Essex teammate Mervyn Westfield.

Kaneria’s life ban appeal turned down by court

Burton also decided Kaneria could not request the decision to be reconsidered at an oral hearing.

Danish Kaneria's troubles mount,asked to pay 200,000 pounds to ECB

Pakistan's disgraced leg-spinner Danish Kaneria has now been ordered to pay 2,00,000 pounds.

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For leggie Kaneria,all over after PCB endorses ban

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) endorsed the life ban on Danish Kaneria on Friday,effectively ending the career of the

Danish Kaneria banned for life

The PCB said it was handing down the punishment after Kaneria lost his appeal against the ban.

Danish Kaneria's life ban stays

Kaneria's appeal against a life ban was dismissed by an England and Wales cricket board disciplinary panel.

Spot-fixing: Whether we like it or not,it comes up with Asians,says Geoffrey Boycott

India should legalise betting to stamp out corruption in cricket,says former England captain Geoffrey Boycott who feels the menace of fixing,which has currently dented the IPL's reputation,emerges more frequently in the Asian countries.

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