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Jadeja-Anderson spat refuses to die down
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Jadeja-Anderson spat refuses to die down

New Delhi: The speed with which judicial commissioner Gordon Lewis threw out a Level Three charge against Anderson on Friday was an embarrassment for India, but they are showing little sign of taking it on the chin and moving on.Anderson, dramatically cleared ... IndiaTV News, 3 weeks ago
Lewis urges code of conduct review Deccan Chronicle, 4 weeks ago
BCCI counsel helped The Telegraph, 4 weeks ago

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Calcutta Telegraph

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

TheICC have decided not to yield to the BCCI's request of lodging an appeal against judicial commissioner Gordon Lewis verdict that found James Anderson not guilty of the Level 3 charge levelled on him for having pushed and abused Ravindra Jadeja in ...
 Indian Express3 weeks ago A tribunal shouldn't guess to achieve an outcome: Gordon  Calcutta Telegraph3 weeks ago ICC not to appeal against verdict on Anderson spat  Prokerala3 weeks ago ICC may appeal Anderson-Jadeja spat verdict  IBN Live4 weeks ago
Deccan chronicle

India need Perth encore

No one has said it openly so far. But Indians will be feeling hard done by Judicial Commissioner Gordon Lewis' decision to let James Anderson off the hook in the incident with Ravindra Jadeja, sighting lack of video evidence. A sense of being wronged haunts ...
 Deccan Herald4 weeks ago Get on with the game  Asian Age4 weeks ago

Will Decide on Anderson-Jadeja Row After Receiving Order Copy: BCCI

Left red-faced after the ICC judicial commissioner Gordon Lewis found England seamer James Anderson "not guilty" of pushing Ravindra Jadeja during the Trent Bridge Test match, the BCCI has gone a bit on the backfoot as they are yet to decide on their next ...
 Outlook1 month ago Pushgate: Will BCCI's wait and watch strategy work?  Rediff.com1 month ago Anderson-Jadeja case: BCCI to study order before deciding next step  First Post.com1 month ago Will decide next course after receiving order copy: Patel  Business Standard1 month ago
The Telegraph

I did something that was

As the International Cricket Council (ICC) decided not to appeal Gordon Lewiss ruling on the Ravindra Jadeja-James Anderson spat, captains Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Alastair Cook stood their ground, defending their respective views. The following are excerpts ...
 The Telegraph3 weeks ago ICC not to appeal Lewis' decision  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago ICC to consider Lewis ruling appeal  MSN UK3 weeks ago ICC to consider Lewis ruling before deciding on appeal  Cricbuzz.com3 weeks ago

Anderson hearing Aug 1

Dubai, July 22 (IANS) The International Cricket Council (ICC) confirmed that Judicial Commissioner Gordon Lewis will hold the hearing of England fast bowler James Anderson via video-conference Aug 1.
 News Chennai Online1 month ago James Anderson hearing to be held on 1 August  Business Standard1 month ago James Anderson case hearing on August 1  One India1 month ago Anderson hearing to be held on Aug.1  The Telegraph1 month ago
Jagran Post

Unhappy BCCI may force ICC to consider appealing on Anderson-Jadeja spat ruling

With the Indian cricket board expressing its unhappiness over the ruling of judicial commissioner Gordon Lewis, who found both James Anderson and Ravindra Jadeja not guilty of violating the code of conduct of the International Cricket Council (ICC), ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago ICC to consider Judicial Commissioner ruling from Anderson/Jadeja case  Business Standard3 weeks ago ICC studying Judicial Commissioner's report on Anderson-Jadeja altercation  Jagran Post3 weeks ago ICC studying report on Jadeja-Anderson row  Sify3 weeks ago

Anderson is not guilty

Gordon Lewis, the ICC appointed Judicial Commissioner, found both Ravindra Jadeja and James Anderson not guilty of breaching the ICC Code of Conduct after a six-hour hearing on Friday. "The Judicial Commissioner reached his decisions following a six-hour ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago James Anderson found not guilty  ESPN Cricinfo1 month ago Not guilty in just 2 minutes  The Telegraph4 weeks ago
ESPN Cricinfo

Lewis urges immediate Code of Conduct review

The ICC's Code of Conduct has come in for strong rebuke from judicial commissioner Gordon Lewis. He had to overturn the ICC's original decision to not allow Ravindra Jadeja an appeal against the guilty Level 1 verdict handed out by match referee David Boon.
 ESPN Cricinfo4 weeks ago

Judicial Commissioner finds James Anderson, Ravindra Jadeja not guilty

Gordon Lewis, who was appointed as the judicial commissioner to look into the altercation between Ravindra Jadeja and James Anderson, on Friday, didn`t find any of the two players guilty. The Judicial Commissioner reached his decisions following a six-hour ...
 Zee News1 month ago ICC judicial commissioner Gordon Lewis finds James Anderson and Ravindra Jadeja not guilty  Yahoo! Malaysia1 month ago Anderson says Jadeja-incident made him 'more aggressive with ball' instead of mouth  Topnews.in1 week ago Man of the series Jimmy channels his anger  Dhaka Tribune2 weeks ago
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