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ICC meeting to discuss West Indies pullout from India
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ICC meeting to discuss West Indies pullout from India

In the lead up to these meetings, various other committees, including ICC Chief Executives' Committee (CEC), will also meet. The International Cricket Council Board under the chairmanship of N Srinivasan would be discussing the outcomes from the ICC CEC on ... Jagran Post, 1 month ago
ICC Meeting to Discuss WI Pullout from India New Indian Express, 1 month ago

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No action against IPL CEO, BCCI backs Srinivasan

The Supreme Court appointed Mukul Mudgal committee report, which was made public on Monday, stated that IPL chief executive officer Raman had been in touch with a bookie "eight times in one season". The report also said that Raman knew of Gurunath ...
 Millennium Post1 month ago Mudgal committee report: Srinivasan cleared, IPL chief indicted  Livemint.com1 month ago Mudgal Committee's IPL report absolves N. Srinivasan, but only just [Mint, New Delhi :: ]  BusinessWeek1 month ago Publish Mudgal Report and Save Indian Cricket  New Indian Express1 month ago
Pakistan Today

Pick people who can bowl legally

David Richardson, the ICC's chief executive, has clarified that the message behind the recent drive against illegal bowling actions is to stop teams from picking players who have got suspicious actions. Richardson also lauded the efforts undertaken ...
 Pakistan Today3 weeks ago Too many bowlers were bending rules: Richardson  Indian Express3 weeks ago ICC backs timing of chucking crackdown  Gulf Times1 month ago Richardson backs timing of bowling crackdown  Antigua Observer1 month ago
Saudi Gazette

ICC may offer olive branch to banned players

Nikhil Monteiro/Newscom/Reuters ICC chief executive David Richardson confirmed that rules on banned players are likely to be relaxed. The International Cricket Council (ICC) Monday said it is likely to allow banned players to ...
 MSN New Zealand1 month ago Rules on banned cricketers likely to be relaxed  Saudi Gazette1 month ago ICC may allow banned players to play domestic ties  Mid Day1 month ago Banned players may get ICC reprieve  DAWN Group1 month ago

'There were too many bowlers starting to emerge', says ICC on chucking

Sydney, Oct 28: International Cricket Council ( ICC ) chief executive Dave Richardson said Tuesday the game had reached the "straw that broke the camel's back" with suspect bowling actions, forcing the governing body to launch its controversial ...
 ThatsCricket1 month ago ICC forced to clamp down on chucking: Dave Richardson  Chennai Online1 month ago ICC hopes India will eventually accept DRS  Gulf News1 month ago 'ICC forced to clamp down on chucking'  Sify1 month ago
Pakistan Observer

ICC planning reintegration of banned …

Mohammad Amir should soon make a return to competitive cricket ICC chief executive Dave Richardson has said that cricket's governing body is planning to make changes to its anti-corruption code in order to allow players that are suspended a chance ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago ICC poised to clear way for Mohammad Aamer return  ZeeNews.com1 month ago ICC poised to clear way for Aamer return  Pakistan Observer1 month ago ICC poised to clear way for Amir's return  DAWN Group1 month ago

ICC justifies crackdown on bowlers with illegal actions

Alan Isaac (left), President of the ICC and David Richardson, Chief Executive of the ICC speak to the media during the ICC press conference in Dubai. Photograph: Francois Nel/Getty Images Cricket's global governing body has justified its crackdown on bowlers with illegal actions, vowing to only allow unorthodox deliveries like the doosra within the rules. The International Cricket Council (ICC) in its major drive to root out the problem of illegal deliveries ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

ICC to probe suspicious patron behaviour

ICC chief executive David Richardson and his anti-corruption unit are having to deal with new tactics from illegal bookmakers. Source: THE ICC anti-corruption unit are set to examine the circumstances surrounding two men being ejected from the ...
 Herald Sun1 month ago
Melbourne Age

ICC says it had no choice but to clamp down

International Cricket Council chief Dave Richardson says the game had reached the "straw that broke the camel's back" with suspect bowling actions, forcing the governing body to launch its controversial crackdown on chucking. While some have ...
 Melbourne Age1 month ago ICC says it could no longer ignore chucking  Sydney Morning Herald1 month ago ICC had reached "straw that broke camel's back" with chucking  WA Today1 month ago ICC had reached 'straw that broke camel's back' with chucking  Canberra Times1 month ago
New Zealand Herald

Allegations of corruption against ICC boss

India's cricket chief Narainswamy Srinivasan gestures during a press conference in Kolkata, India. Srinivasan and three other officials are guilty of Corruption in the Indian Premiare League Indian cricket was thrown into turmoil yesterday when ...
 New Zealand Herald1 month ago Indian boss named in fixing report  Brisbane Courier-Mail - Central1 month ago
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