FORMER anti corruption boss Aaron Ringera was full of regrets last Friday evening for taking the country down the ICC path. Ringera told a thanksgiving party for former Cabinet Secretary Francis Muthaura that he regretted appending his signature to ... The Star (Kenya), 1 month ago
See all (12) images for "icc anti corruption tribunal"
Karachi, May 21 (ANI): Pakistan's banned fast-bowler, Mohammad Asif, is yet to give his consent with regards to taking part in the anti-corruption rehabilitation program of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).Following the Court of Arbitration's (CAS) ...News Track India, 13 hours ago Cricket: Asif yet to convey plans to PCB The Express Tribune, 1 day ago
In a bid to start his rehabilitation under the International Cricket Council's anti-corruption laws, Pakistan's banned former captain Salman Butt has met senior officials of the PCB. Butt met PCB officials at the Gaddafi stadium in Lahore after ICC chief ...Deccan Herald, 3 weeks ago Aiming redemption, tainted Salman Butt meets PCB officials NDTV, 3 weeks ago
THE International Cricket Council (ICC) has asked banned pair Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif to come clean and help fight spot-fixing. The Pakistan duo were found guilty of spot-fixing in 2011 and lost their appeals against their bans at the Court of ...The Guardian Nigeria, 3 weeks ago ICC urges duo to come clean AOL UK, 4 weeks ago Butt and Asif asked to 'come clean' BBC, 4 weeks ago
Disgraced Pakistan trio Salman Butt, Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Amir should stop "misleading the public" and instead help cricket in "the fight against corruption", International Cricket Council (ICC) chief executive Dave Richardson said on Tuesday.Yahoo! UK and Ireland Eurosport, 4 weeks ago Disgraced Pakistani trio should help to fight corruption, says ICC Kuwait Times, 3 weeks ago Disgraced trio should help fight corruption, says ICC Daily Times, 3 weeks ago Cricket-Disgraced trio should help to fight corruption, says ICC Reuters India, 4 weeks ago
Karachi, May 17 (ANI): Former Pakistan captain Amir Sohail has called the ICC a ''total failure'', saying that it has proved its incompetence again in tackling the corruption in the game. Sohail''s comments come in the wake of the spot-fixing ...Siasat Daily, 4 days ago ICC a 'total failure': ex-Pak skipper Amir Sohail News Track India, 4 days ago ICC a "total failure": ex-Pak skipper Amir Sohail TruthDive, 4 days ago
More from: , NewKerala.com...and 3 other sources
Mani also claimed that the main bookies are from India, citing the example of the Pakistani player Danish Kaneria spot-fixing case in which an Indian bookie was involved. Former International Cricketing Council (ICC) president Ehsan Mani has urged ...DNA India, 4 days ago Ex-ICC chief Mani urges body to safeguard 'cricket's sanctity' following IPL spot-fixing scandal News Track India, 4 days ago IPL spot-fixing: ICC urged to safeguard cricket's sanctity The Express Tribune, 4 days ago Spot-fixing: Safeguard cricket's sanctity, urges Ehsan Mani Rediff.com, 4 days ago
ICC chief executive David Richardson Tuesday urged disgraced Pakistan cricketers Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif to accept their guilt and share information on fixing to start their rehabilitation. Former captain Butt, along with fast bowlers Asif and ...IAfrica.com, 3 weeks ago ICC urges Salman, Asif to accept guilt, share information DAWN Group, 3 weeks ago ICC asks Asif, Butt to share information on fixing Oman Tribune, 3 weeks ago Butt and Asif must accept guilt, say sorry Saudi Gazette, 3 weeks ago
Karachi: The ICC has said that there are no plans to change or reduce the minimum ban of five years imposed on Pakistani pacer Mohammed Amir who has serving the ban for spot-fixing. ICC chief executive Dave Richardson told the a website that ...IBNLive India News, 2 months ago ICC not to reduce Aamir`s suspension ZeeNews.com, 2 months ago 'No plans to reduce Aamer's suspension' Times of India, 2 months ago ICC won't reduce Aamer's suspension Rediff.com, 2 months ago
The International Cricket Council has welcomed the decision of the Court of Arbitration for Sport that rejected the appeal against the 10-year ban file by former Pakistan captain Salman Butt and seven-year ban by Mohamamd Asif. ICC Chief ...Pakistan Today, 1 month ago ICC welcomes CAS decision to dismiss Butt and Asif's appeals Times of India, 1 month ago
on your WebpageAdd Widget >Get your members hooked!