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Trial sped McCullum's retirement
Sunday Star-Times

Trial sped McCullum's retirement

The former Black Caps captain says he hopes his path doesn't cross again with Chris Cairns. A few days after the end of the Perth test, we play a West Australian XI at the WACA. It's a day/night two-dayer, with the primary objective of giving ... Sunday Star-Times, 6 days ago

Is cricket being deliberately tarnished?

England's James Anderson celebrates after the dismissal of Sri Lanka's Lahiru Thirimanne (L) during the second one-day international cricket match at the Riverside ground in Chester-le-Street in England May 25, 2014. The ugly face of match fixing ...
 Gulf News1 week ago
HardNews Magazine

BCCI vs Lodha Committee: A corrupt cabal takes on the Apex Court

The clash between the BCCI and the Supreme Court has become an unseemly confrontation which refuses to end Sandeep Kumar Delhi As Team India, fans and social media celebrate the historic feat of winning the #500 and #501 Tests, at the same time ...
 HardNews Magazine1 week ago

Disgraced Bangladesh player Mohammad Ashraful shines with ball on return

Mohammad Ashraful was trumps with the ball after returning from a three-year ban Mohammad Ashraful, the former Bangladesh skipper, shone with the ball on his return to competitive cricket after a serving a three-year suspension for match-fixing ...
 Sportskeeda.com3 weeks ago

5 match fixing incidents that shocked cricket fans

Match fixing incidents have spoiled the face of the "gentleman's game" many times since the advent of the 20th century. Most of the culprits have faced severe consequences and never been involved with cricket while some rare few like Mohammad Amir ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago

Always played with utmost integrity: Raina

Provided by Wisden Suresh Raina is exploring the possibility of going the legal way after being dragged into a fresh controversy courtesy an old email from Lalit Modi. BCCI Suresh Raina has refuted claims of accepting bribes from an Indian real ...
 MSN News US1 month ago

NAB's anti-corruption strategy starts yielding positive dividends

Tweet on Twitter Islamabad—Chairman National Accountability Bureau (NAB), Qamar Zaman Chaudhry on Tuesday said Bureau's National Anti-Corruption Strategy (NACS) has started yielding positive dividends. He was addressing at United Nations ...
 Pakistan Observer2 months ago
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