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Sir Ian Botham: Indian Premier League 'Too Powerful'
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IPL not good for cricket: Botham

The Former England captain says the ICC's Anti-Corruption Unit must expose the big names, who were INooz, 3 weeks ago
Sir Ian Botham: Indian Premier League 'Too Powerful' International Business Times UK, 3 weeks ago

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Police prepare for new era in New Zealand sport

Two senior members of the ICC Anti-corruption Unit visited New Zealand last week as part of police's preparation for the introduction of the Crimes (Match-fixing) Amendment Bill. Martin Vertigen and John Rhodes briefed senior police officers from ...
 Noodls3 weeks ago Police prepare for new era in NZ sport (Fuseworks)  Yahoo! News Australia3 weeks ago

PCB waits on ICC anti-corruption code to get Aamir back

Pakistan Cricket Board is waiting anxiously for the ratification of new anti-corruption code of International Cricket Council in October to start a fresh move to get banned pacer Muhammad Aamir back into the sport. The ICC executive board is ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago

Morshed named BCB anti-corruption chief

The Bangladesh Cricket Board appointed retired major Abu Mohammad Humayun Morshed as the head of its Anti-Corruption Unit as per the International Cricket Council's guideline, said a BCB official on Monday. The BCB decided to separate the ...
 New Age Bangladesh4 weeks ago BCB appoint head of Anti Corruption Department  Dhaka Tribune4 weeks ago

Police given greater powers to investigate corruption in sport

A new law will give police greater powers to investigate corruption in sport. Two senior members of the ICC Anti Corruption Unit have visited New Zealand to prepare police for the introduction of the the Crimes (Match-fixing) Amendment Bill. ...
 Yahoo!Xtra3 weeks ago
New Age Bangladesh

BPL match-fixing hearing ends

The Bangladesh Cricket Board's disciplinary panel completed its final hearing of the appeals against the BCB anti-corruption tribunal's verdicts in the Bangladesh Premier League's match-fixing trial on Thursday. The disciplinary panel had earlier ...
 New Age Bangladesh2 weeks ago BPL match-fixing final hearing starts  New Age Bangladesh3 weeks ago Primary hearing against BPL verdict held  Dhaka Tribune1 month ago BCB wants life ban for Shihab  New Age Bangladesh1 month ago

Anti-corruption efforts increase ahead of World Cup

New Zealand police and customs officials have already been testing the abilities of Auckland airport staff to deal with potential match-fixers trying to enter the country for high profile sports events. Security measures are ramping up ahead of ... weeks ago Police on alert for match-fixers  The Press NZ3 weeks ago Match-fixers targeted to keep NZ clean  New Zealand Herald3 weeks ago NZ police on alert for match-fixers weeks ago

Ashraful's ban reduced to 5-years

DHAKA (Agencies): Former Bangladesh captain Mohammad Ashraful has had his eight-year ban for involvement in corruption reduced to a five-year penalty, with two years suspended, by the BCB's disciplinary panel chairman. Ashraful had appealed to the ...
 Frontier Post1 day ago Mohammed Ashraful's ban reduced to five years  Sri Lanka Daily News20 hours ago Ashraful's ban now for 5 yrs  Bangladesh Daily Star2 days ago

Corrupt umpire given standing ovation

A Bangladeshi umpire that was handed a 10-year ban for corruption in 2013 has been allowed to officiate in a domestic cricket match — and was even given a standing ovation by the players. Bangladeshi umpire Nadir Shah is back officiating matches. days ago Nadir back in local cricket  Bangladesh Daily Star3 days ago

Mohammed: Politicisation, bane of anti-terror fight (2)

• Continued from yesterday A 2010 assessment by the National Bureau of Statistics reported the national poverty rate was 60.9 per cent, but it was 77.7 per cent for the northwest and 76.3 per cent for northeast, compared with 59 per cent for ...
 The Guardian Nigeria1 week ago Mohammed - Politicisation, Bane of Anti-Terror Fight (II)  Individual.com1 week ago
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