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Asif, Amir and Butt: The tainted trio is back
ARY News.tv

Asif, Amir and Butt: The tainted trio is back

International Cricket Council (ICC) on Wednesday confirmed that the bans on Pakistan's Mohammad Asif, Mohammad Amir and Salman Butt for spot-fixing will expire on September 1, 2015. They all will be eligible to return to competitive cricket, at ... ARY News.tv, 1 week ago
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The Nation Pakistan

People are praying for my return: Salman Butt

LAHORE : The International Cricket Council's five-year bans on former Pakistan captain Salman Butt and pace bowler Mohammad Asif ends on Wednesday, but the long road back for the players will begin under heavy restrictions. The pair will be under ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 day ago Spot-fixing: Salman Butt, Mohammad Asif, Mohammad Amir under heavy restrictions after ban ends  DNA India1 day ago Pak trio restricted at home  Saudi Gazette15 hours ago Prove fitness and morality, PCB tells spot-fixing trio as ban ends  DAWN Group1 day ago
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Daily Times

ICC clears Salman and Asif to return to competitive cricket

LAHORE: The International Cricket Council (ICC) has announced that Pakistan cricketers Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif will be free to return to competitive action on September 2 after serving bans for involvement in spot-fixing. Sanctions against ...
 Daily Times2 weeks ago Salman, Asif and Aamir to deliver lectures on corruption to cricketers  Daily Times1 week ago Pakistan secures second place in ICC Twenty20 rankings  The Express Tribune1 day ago Salman, Asif eligible to play cricket again after ICC decision  DAWN Group2 weeks ago
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Millennium Post

Salman Butt to meet ICC ACU officials over his comeback efforts

Karachi: Former Pakistan captain Salman Butt is expected to meet officials of the International Cricket Council's anti-corruption unit soon regarding his efforts to make a comeback to domestic cricket after his ban ends in September. A well-placed ...
 ZeeNews.com1 month ago Butt to Meet ICC ACU Officials Over His Comeback Efforts  New Indian Express1 month ago Former Pakistan captain Salman Butt to meet ICC ACU officials over his comeback efforts  Economic Times1 month ago Latif demands Srinavasan's resignation  The Express Tribune1 month ago
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Barbados Daily Nation

ICC makes changes at Annual Conference

SEVERAL REVISIONS and recommendations were made as the International Cricket Council (ICC) Annual Conference concluded in Barbados recently under the chairmanship of Narayanaswami Srinivasan. Among the discussions held, decisions made and ...
 Barbados Daily Nation2 months ago ICC steps up anti-corruption measures  Deccan Herald2 months ago
DAWN Group

Butt, Asif eligible to return to international cricket in September: ICC

KARACHI: The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Wednesday confirmed that Mohammad Asif and Salman Butt would be eligible to play international cricket when their bans expire in September this year. In a press release issued by cricket's ...
 DAWN Group2 weeks ago
The Express Tribune

Trio looking to pick up the pieces

Asif and Salman have been told by the PCB that they cannot play first-class cricket yet as time runs out for them. PHOTO: SHAFIQ MALIK/EXPRESS Former Pakistan captain Salman Butt and pace-bowler Mohammad Asif can make their return to cricket ...
 The Express Tribune2 days ago No early return for disgraced trio: PCB  Pakistan Observer1 week ago Pakistan Cricket Board rules out early return of Asif, Amir and Butt  Deccan Chronicle1 week ago PCB shuns Butt, Asif early return  The Express Tribune1 week ago
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The Express Tribune

Off to India: Hafeez receives visa for test

If the 34-year-old fails to clear the test, he would be facing a 12-month ban from bowlin­g in intern­ationa­l cricke­t If the 34-year-old fails to clear the test, he would be facing a 12-month ban from bowling in international cricket.
 The Express Tribune2 months ago
Firstpost.com

Keep cricket away from politics: PCB writes to BCCI in ...

Despite the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) ruling out the resumption of cricketing ties with Pakistan in the wake of terror attacks, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) have written a letter seeking confirmation for the bilateral December ...
 Firstpost.com5 hours ago PCB urges BCCI to allow December series  The Statesman1 day ago Pakistan urges BCCI to keep cricket away from politics  India Today1 day ago PCB urges BCCI to allow Dec series  Millennium Post22 hours ago
NDTV

Pakistan Cricket Spot-Fixing: A Chronology

Pakistan cricket will be able to welcome back Salman Butt, Mohammad Amir and Mohammad Asif from September 2 AFP Chronology of events in the spot-fixing case which resulted in five-year bans for Salman Butt, Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Amir. ( ...
 NDTV3 days ago Chronology of Pakistan's spot-fixing scandal  Times Live South Africa3 days ago Ban on spot-fixing trio ends tomorrow -- A chronology  ARY News.tv3 days ago
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