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ICC on course for long-term strategic 'Vision Plan'
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ICC on course for long-term strategic 'Vision Plan'

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has already commenced preparatory work on a long-term plan which will kick in immediately after the current five-year strategic plan expires next year. The new plan is likely to set long-term targets for the ... Business Standard India, 1 week ago

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Associate nations will gain more after ICC's restructure: Srinivasan

The International Cricket Council (ICC) chairman N Srinivasan on Sunday said that the restructuring of the ICC will benefit the associate nations a lot. Srinivasan expressed his views on a range of issues from drawing spectators to grounds, future “I think ...
 Sify1 week ago Players Reporting Suspicious Bookie 'Approach' Good News: N. Srinivasan Tells NDTV  NDTV3 weeks ago Waiting Game: The great game  Deccan Chronicle1 month ago There is no taint on me, says ICC Chairman N Srinivasan  ThatsCricket1 month ago

Cricket Buzz: India-Pak Test series to be reduced to two in FTP

The number of Test face-offs between India and Pakistan in the upcoming Future Tours Programme (FTP) cycle is likely to be curtailed with the government of Pakistan deciding to strike off a few matches. Pakistan is likely to play only two Test matches against India during their three home series in the FTP cycle. The number of matches between India and Pakistan were subject to government clearance, The Dawn reported. While Pakistan will face one of the topmost ODI and Test teams of the world, ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago India-Pak Test face-offs reduced to two in  ZeeNews.com2 weeks ago
Saudi Gazette

ICC to crack down on suspect actions

The International Cricket Council believes suspect bowling actions should be scrutinised more, and will review its testing and reporting procedures. The ICC's cricket committee met in Melbourne on Wednesday, looking at the glut of recent run-fests ...
 Nine MSN1 month ago ICC: Suspect bowling actions to be reviewed  Dominion Post1 month ago ICC discussing sterner tests for suspect bowling actions  Yahoo! Maktoob News1 month ago Cricket: ICC says suspect bowling should …  Yahoo! India1 month ago
The Freepress Journal

ICC and IDI Boards meet in Melbourne

Home> News > cricket-news Melbourne, June 28 : The International Cricket Council (ICC) and the ICC Development International Boards, under the chairmanship of N Srinivasan, met during the ICC Annual Conference week in Melbourne for two days where ...
 NewKerala.com1 month ago Enough bowlers with suspect action are playing: ICC GM Cricket  The Freepress Journal1 month ago New ICC ethics code to be tabled  Daily Times1 month ago
The Nation Pakistan

Pakistan scores sixer with ICC, BCCI

LAHORE - Pakistan has been elevated to the status of the fourth big power after India, England and Australia in terms of the percentage of revenue to be received from the International Cricket Council (ICC) in the next eight years from broadcasting ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 month ago Pakistan to enjoy bigger share of ICC revenue  Gulf News1 month ago BCCI pressurised Australia, England for ICC revamp, says Sanjay Patel  IBNLive India News1 month ago Pakistan to enjoy bigger share of revenue from the International Cricket Council  Gulf News1 month ago

Clarke welcomes ICC Test mace back to Oz

05 Jun 2014 CAPE TOWN — Australia captain Michael Clarke yesterday got his hands on the ICC Test mace, a symbol of his side's status as the number-one ranked Test side in the world. This is the first time since August 2009 ...
 The Witness1 month ago Michael Clarke gets his han...  Siasat Daily1 month ago Michael Clarke wins Reliance ICC Test mace  NewKerala.com1 month ago Michael Clarke gets his hands on the Reliance ICC Test mace  ZeeNews.com1 month ago
Jagran Post

PCB happy with bilateral series deals in new FTP

A top official of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) today said that it had got a good deal in finalising its bilateral series with other countries in the new future tours program of the International Cricket Council (ICC) that will run from 2015 to 2023.
 Zee News3 weeks ago Pakistan's 'Home' Series vs India Downgraded to 2-Test Affairs  NDTV2 weeks ago Confirmed: India-Pakistan Test series in December, 2015  ThatsCricket3 weeks ago India-Pakistan Test series in future will be short affairs  Yahoo! Malaysia3 weeks ago

Aussies coming, but England won't

Brendan Taylor JOHANNESBURG. — There is some good news for Zimbabwe cricket in the latest draft 2015-2023 ICC Future Tours Programme, but the political stand-off with England means there won't be no tours either incoming or outgoing. Zimbabwe's ...
 Zimbabwe Herald3 weeks ago

Shorter home series for Pakistan against India

While Pakistan will play six series against India in the next Future Tours Programme (FTP) cycle, three of their home series will only consist of two Test matches each, according to an ESPNCricinfo report. Pakistan will play a total of 6 Tests at ...
 Cricbuzz.com3 weeks ago India-Pakistan cricket to resume? Arch-rivals agree to play six bilateral series in eight years  Daily Bhaskar1 month ago Six Indo-Pak series on FTP  Bangladesh Daily Star2 months ago Three Tests after 7 years  Bangladesh Daily Star2 weeks ago
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