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WATCH: Amir returns to England
Sky Sports

WATCH: Amir returns to England

Five years after his ban for spot-fixing, Mohammad Amir trained with Pakistan as they prepare for their summer tour of England Mohammad Amir is back in England for the first time since his five-year ban for spot-fixing. The Pakistan squad were ... Sky Sports, 16 hours ago
Amir demands life bans for match-fixers Business Standard, 1 week ago

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The Nation Pakistan

Aamir can be world's best, says Misbah

SOUTHAMPTON - M Aamir can still become the best bowler in the world despite serving a five-year ban for spot-fixing, Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq said Monday. Left-arm fast bowler Aamir, 24, is expected to make his return to Test cricket next ...
 The Nation Pakistan3 hours ago Amir can still become the best bowler in the world says Misbah-ul-Haq  India Online.in16 hours ago Mohammad Amir can still be the best, says Misbah  Deccan Chronicle17 hours ago Misbah backs Amir to come good on England tour  Cricbuzz.com4 hours ago

Pakistan spinner Danish Kaneria ends speculations of settling down in India

The Pakistan spinner was banned for life for spot-fixing in 2012 by England and Wales Cricket Board
 DNA2 days ago Kaneria Returns Home From India  Outlook India2 days ago Kaneria returns to Pak; ends speculation of India settlement  Rediff.com2 days ago Banned Pakistan spin-bowler Danish Kaneria returns home from India  ZeeNews.com2 days ago
DNA India

Fixing tainted Pak cricketer eyes international comeback in Australia tour

Pakistan tainted fast bowler Mohammad Asif, who was convicted in the 2010 spot-fixing scandal, has vowed to perform well in the domestic arena in order to make his international comeback when his country's side travel to Australia at the end of the ...
 DNA India1 week ago Tainted Asif eyeing Pakistan comeback in Australia tour  Business Standard1 week ago Mohammad Asif eyes Pakistan comeback in Australia tour  catchnews.com1 week ago

Pakistan cricketer Mohammad Amir says match-fixers should be banned for life

Mohammad Amir served a prison sentence in the UK and a five-year suspension for his role in the 2010 spot-fixing case.
 DNA1 week ago Match-fixers should be banned for life: Pak pacer Amir  Prokerala1 week ago

Mohammad Amir receives UK visa, free to face England after match-fixing scandal

The visa clearance means that Amir, 24, will be allowed to play in England for the first time since being convicted of spot-fixing six years ago. Last Updated: Thursday, June 9, 2016 - 23:09 New Delhi: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Thursday confirmed ...
 Zee News2 weeks ago Mohammad Aamir: PCB begins efforts to get UK visa for speedster  Zee News1 month ago Aamir could be denied visa  The Telegraph2 months ago Amir may face visa issues for England tour  Business Standard2 months ago

Pakistan tour of England 2016: PCB praying for best after applying for Amirs British visa

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Friday submitted a British visa application for tainted Mohammad Amir, a spot-fixing convict, with a hope that it will be considered which will allow the left-arm pacer to tour England in July. Amir was sentenced to six ...
 Asia Net India1 month ago PCB praying for best after applying for Amir's British visa  MSN India1 month ago PCB submits Amir's British visa application  Business Standard1 month ago PCB seeks British visa for Amir  Himalayan times1 month ago

Verma & Biswarup criticise Manohar

The petitioner in IPL spot-fixing case Aditya Verma has termed outgoing BCCI president Shashank Manohar as a "power hungry back-stabber", who has failed to keep his promise of cleaning up the game. A peeved Verma went to the extent of saying that at least ...
 The Telegraph1 month ago 'Srinivasan was honest enemy, Manohar is backstabber'  Rediff.com1 month ago Shashank Manohar is power hungry and backstabber, says Aditya Verma  Asia Net India1 month ago Srinivasan an honest enemy; Manohar a power-hungry backstabber: Aditya Verma  First Post.com1 month ago

After cricket, football's turn to clean up: Justice Mukul Mudgal in FIFA governance committee

The former Chief Justice of Punjab and Haryana, who headed the IPL spot-fixing probe, said is aware of his appointment. Last Updated: Sunday, May 15, 2016 - 17:14 New Delhi: In a major development for Indian football and judiciary, world governing body FIFA ...
 Zee News1 month ago Justice Mukul Mudgal in FIFA governance committee  DNA1 month ago Justice Mukul Mudgal appointed as deputy chairman of FIFA governance committee  News on Air1 month ago
Asia Net India

Manohar quits as BCCI President, eyes top ICC post

Veteran administrator Shashank Manohar, who had vowed to clean Indian cricket in the wake of the IPL spot fixing scandal, today resigned from the post barely seven months into his tenure and is all set to become the first independent ICC Chairman. ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Shashank Manohar quits as BCCI President, eyes top ICC post  Asia Net India1 month ago Manohar quits as BCCI president  The Assam Tribune1 month ago Manohar elected unopposed as ICC's first independent Chairman  Deccan Herald1 month ago
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