PCB invites PM, Army Chief for T20 vs Zimbabwe
PCB invites PM, Army Chief for T20 vs Zimbabwe

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has invited Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and the Chief of army General Raheel Sharif to watch the T20 match between Pakistan and Zimbabwe at the Gaddafi stadium on Friday.

BCCI unlikely to discuss Anurag Thakur-bookie link despite ICC letter
BCCI unlikely to discuss Anurag Thakur-bookie link despite ICC letter

The BCCI is unlikely to act on the ICC's letter to its President Jagmohan Dalmiya in which it is alleged that Board Secretary Anurag Thakur was photographed with a suspected bookie during a function in Chandigarh.

ICC warns BCCI about Anurag Thakur socializing with alleged bookie
ICC warns BCCI about Anurag Thakur socializing with alleged bookie

A fresh controversy hit the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) as pictures of secretary Anurag Thakur socializing with an alleged bookie Karan Gilhotra emerged on Sunday.

No godfather in Sri Lanka Cricket now: Sports Minister
No godfather in Sri Lanka Cricket now: Sports Minister

Explaining his decision to appoint an interim committee to run the affairs of Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC), Sports Minister Navin Dissanayake said "there will be no godfather in Sri Lanka Cricket now".

Peeved ICC President Kamal leaves MCG before end of final
Peeved ICC President Kamal leaves MCG before end of final

Peeved at not being given the opportunity to hand out the World Cup trophy to the champions, International Cricket Council (ICC) President Mustafa Kamal left the Melbourne Cricket Ground even before the final between Australia and New Zealand finished.

ICC World Cup 2015: ICC to consider new ODI rules to help bowlers
ICC World Cup 2015: ICC to consider new ODI rules to help bowlers

The highlight reels at the World Cup have been running hot with batsman smashing balls all over cricket stadiums in Australia and New Zealand.

ICC World Cup 2015: ICC boss says more teams at next World Cup is unlikely
ICC World Cup 2015: ICC boss says more teams at next World Cup is unlikely

The head of the International Cricket Council (ICC) says the world governing body is unlikely to change its plans to reduce the number of teams at the next World Cup despite being impressed by the performances of the Associate nations during the current tournament.

World Cup 2015: ICC differs with own president over 'no-ball row', backs its umpires
World Cup 2015: ICC differs with own president over 'no-ball row', backs its umpires

Rejecting its own President's criticism of the umpiring during Bangladesh's World Cup quarterfinal loss to India, the International Cricket Council (ICC) on Friday said Mustafa Kamal's outburst against the match officials was "unfortunate" and "baseless".

Ireland's George Dockrell hopes to be back for another World Cup
Ireland's George Dockrell hopes to be back for another World Cup

Ireland's George Dockrell on Monday said he was hoping to be back at the ICC World Cup 2019 in England.

2019 World Cup in England set to be 10-team format: ICC
2019 World Cup in England set to be 10-team format: ICC

ICC's Chief Executive Officer Dave Richardson on Sunday said that the game's governing body is all set to prune the number of teams from 14 to 10 for the next Cricket World Cup, scheduled to be held in England in 2019.

Fixing attempts during World Cup will be thwarted: Dave Richardson
Fixing attempts during World Cup will be thwarted: Dave Richardson

ICC chief executive Dave Richardson says any attempts by match fixers to influence the outcome of the match will be "thwarted" by strong measures put in place by the apex cricket body and World Cup organisers.

ICC have idea on who match-fixers are: Dave Richardson
ICC have idea on who match-fixers are: Dave Richardson

The International Cricket Council had a "far better idea" of the people involved in match-fixing and would do everything in their power to ensure the "sickness" of corruption did not affect the World Cup, Chief Executive Dave Richardson said on Wednesday.

Aaron Finch unfazed by size of boundaries in World Cup
Aaron Finch unfazed by size of boundaries in World Cup

A day after International Cricket Council (ICC) chief executive Dave Richardson proposed having 90-metre boundaries in the World Cup wherever possible, Australia opener Aaron Finch said that if the proposal was executed, it would not affect them as they have the “firepower” to play to the dimensions of the ground.

I am targeting a World Cup return: Harbhajan Singh
I am targeting a World Cup return: Harbhajan Singh

 Fresh from leading Punjab to a runner-up finish in the Vijay Hazare one-day tournament, out-of-favour Indian off-spinner Harbhajan Singh is happy with his own showing in the domestic circuit and is keen to make a comeback into the national team for the 2015 World Cup.

Mohammad Amir's return to cricket will take some time: ICC
Mohammad Amir's return to cricket will take some time: ICC

Acknowledging the receipt of PCB's request letter for tainted pacer Muhammad Aamir's early return to cricket, ICC CEO Dave Richardson on Monday said that the international body has taken note of the issue but the matter will take some time to get resolved.

Wrong message sent by letting off James Anderson: Rahul Dravid

Former India skipper Rahul Dravid has slammed the `not guilty` verdict given to James Anderson in the `pushgate` incident and said the administrators of the game have sent out a "wrong message" by letting off the England pacer without any punishment.

India should put the Anderson controversy behind, says Gavaskar

Former India skipper Sunil Gavaskar today said that India should put behind the James Anderson fracas behind and focus on the fourth Test against England, starting at Manchester on Thursday.

Jadeja-Anderson row: Ball in Dave Richardson`s court as he has six more days to appeal

The decision on whether to appeal or not against judicial commissioner Gordon Lewis` verdict pronouncing both James Anderson and Ravindra Jadeja "not guilty" in the Trent Bridge altercation lies entirely on ICC CEO Dave Richardson, who now has six more days to do so.

Close to finishing match-fixing probe: ICC

The International Cricket Council said it is close to announcing its findings in a match-fixing case, which shook the game after New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum`s testimony in the matter was leaked to the media.

ICC confirms review of its anti-corruption unit

The ICC today confirmed the review of its under-fire anti-corruption unit even as it dismissed reports raising questions on the watchdog`s effectiveness in dealing with the menace of spot and match-fixing.