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Saliva ban interim measure but wax not allowed: Kumble
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Saliva ban interim measure but wax not allowed: Kumble

IMAGE: The ICC cricket committee led by Anil Kumble recommended a ban on saliva to minimise the risk of infection during the coronavirus pandemic. Photograph: Andrew Redington/Getty Images ICC cricket committee chairman Anil Kumble says the recommendation to ban saliva for shining the ball is only an interim measure and "things will go back to normal" once the coronavirus pandemic is brought under control.   The Kumble-led panel recommended a ban on saliva to minimise the risk of ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago

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PIX: West Indies cricketers resume training amid COVID-19 crisis

IMAGE: The players trained under the watchful eyes of West Indies assistant coach Roddy Estwick. Photograph: Windies Cricket Gearing up for a proposed tour of England in July, some members of the West Indies Test team, led by skipper Jason Holder, have returned to training in small groups following a coronavirus-forced hiatus. Away from nets for a long period due to the COVID-19 lockdown, the players including Kraigg Brathwaite, Shai Hope, Kemar Roach, Shane Dowrich, Shamarh Brooks and Raymon ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Could Coronavirus force legalisation of ball-tampering?

IMAGE: Australian pacer Josh Hazlewood recently said that Test cricket will become harder if the bowlers did not have enough means to move the ball. Photograph: Matt Roberts/Getty Images With bowlers wary of applying saliva on the cricket ball, the usage of artificial substances to polish the red cherry, which effectively means ball tampering, could be considered for legalisation when the game resumes after the COVID-19 pandemic. ESPNCricinfo reported that administrators are "open to the ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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BCCI ethics officer and ombudsman DK Jain gets extension

Former Supreme Court judge D K Jain will continue as BCCI's ethics officer and ombudsman after getting a one-year extension.Jain was appointed by the Supreme Court in February 2019 as BCCI's first ever ombudsman. He was later given the additional role of ethics officer. His term had ended on February 29 this year but his contract was renewed only last week."I resumed office last week and it is another one-year term as ethics officer and ombudsman. Considering the COVID-19 situation, I will be ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago BCCI yet to decide on contract extension of Ombudsman  Rediff.com2 months ago
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Why India may defeat coronavirus

'What is hindering us is the fear for the disease.''For those below the age of 55 years, it's a mild disease.''So take care of yourself, your family and your parents.' IMAGE: An 82-year old patient, in wheelchair, being discharged from the Loknayak Jayaprakash Narayan Hospital in New Delhi after he fully recovered from coronoavirus despite being in the most vulnerable age category. Photograph: PTI Photo   Dr Jayaprakash Muliyil, former principal of the Christian Medical College, Vellore, ...
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