DNA: Phil Hughes- The cricketer who lost his life to a bowling delivery

Australian batsman Phillip Hughes passed away today after succumbing to his injuries sustained during a domestic match when he was hit by a bouncer. He was 25.

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IPL fixing: Srinivasan will not resign from ICC post until proven guilty, say sources

N Srinivasan, who has been named in the Justice Mukul Mudgal panel report on spot-fixing and betting in IPL, will not resign from any cricket post until proven guilty, according to sources.

TV channel finds ICC ACSU officer`s alleged link with bookie

In what could be an embarrassment for the ICC, a top official of its Anti-Corruption and Security (ACSU) unit has allegedly been found to have links with an Indian bookmaker during this year`s World Twenty20 in Bangladesh.

IPL spot-fixing: SC to hear BCCI’s appeal on probe panel today

The Supreme Court today will hear BCCI’s appeal against Bombay High Court’s verdict declaring the cricket board’s IPL spot-fixing probe panel as illegal and unconstitutional.

SLC refutes Bindra arm twisting claims

Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) refuted claims BCCI had arm-twisted them to withdraw a report which had mentioned an Indian player violating anti-corruption regulations.

Ramiz Raja rubbishes claims of match-fixing by Hawkins

Former Pakistan captain, Ramiz Raja has rubbished the sensational match-fixing claims made by British journalist, Ed Hawkins in his recent book.

Ex-umpire Hair not surprised by fixing claims

Former ICC elite panel umpire Darrell Hair is not at all surprised by the allegations of fixing against match officials, and said such rumours started doing rounds since the birth of the cash-rich Indian Premier League.

Kaneria’s effort to clear his name from fixing suffers another blow

Danish Kaneria’s effort to clear his name of wrongdoings was dealt another blow after the leg-spinner and Karachi Zebras’ captain Hasan Raza`s name came under suspicion.

Cook says Westfield case `sad day for cricket`

England captain Alastair Cook has said that the jailing of his former Essex team-mate Mervyn Westfield for spot-fixing was "an incredibly sad day for cricket."

Umpires, administrators also fix matches, claims Modi

Lalit Modi accused umpires and administrators of the game of involvment in match-fixing.