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Molestation: Victim refuses to involve in St Stephen's enquiry

The complainant in connection with the alleged molestation case involving her professor at St Stephen's college, has refused to appear before the institution's Internal Complaints Committee, saying she is "seeking redress elsewhere".

Molestation: Victim refuses to involve in St Stephen's enquiry

The complainant in connection with the alleged molestation case involving her professor at St Stephen's college, has refused to appear before the institution's Internal Complaints Committee, saying she is "seeking redress elsewhere".

Mohammad Hafeez given visa but PCB may ask ICC to delay assessment date
Mohammad Hafeez given visa but PCB may ask ICC to delay assessment date

Pakistan's experienced allrounder Mohammad Hafeez has finally been issued a visa by the Indian High Commission in Colombo but the Pakistan Cricket Board may ask the ICC to extend the 14-day deadline to undergo a bowling assessment test.

Pending Indian Visa forces PCB to push for Mohammad Hafeez's action testing date
Pending Indian Visa forces PCB to push for Mohammad Hafeez's action testing date

With Mohammad Hafeez still waiting to get his Indian Visa stamped, the Pakistan Cricket Board has requested the ICC to extend the off-spinner's testing date of July 4 after his action was found suspect during the first Test against Sri Lanka in Galle.

BCB not fretting about Bangladesh's Champions Trophy berth
BCB not fretting about Bangladesh's Champions Trophy berth

The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has shrugged off claims that it is worried about the country's participation in the Champions Trophy following the proposal of a tri-series involving West Indies, Pakistan and hosts Zimbabwe.

SLC elections will be held on time: Sidath ​Wettimuny
SLC elections will be held on time: Sidath ​Wettimuny

 Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) governing body elections will be held on time so as not to have any friction with the ICC's laid down procedures, chief of the interim committee Sidath Wettimuny said on Tuesday.

ICC congratulates Australia, New Zealand for day-night Test
ICC congratulates Australia, New Zealand for day-night Test

The International Cricket Council (ICC) congratulated Cricket Australia (CA) and New Zealand Cricket (NZC) on their landmark decision to play a day-night Test in Adelaide from November 27 to December 1.

Chennai may get a World T20 game: Report
Chennai may get a World T20 game: Report

Chennai's cricket fans may finally get some action in the World T20 after the delay in environmental clearence issues for three stands G, H and I that threatened to take the game out of the city.

Muhammad Hafeez awaits India visa as deadline for ICC test is near end
Muhammad Hafeez awaits India visa as deadline for ICC test is near end

Pakistan's experienced all-rounder, Muhammad Hafeez is due to fly to Chennai tomorrow for his bowling assessment test but is still awaiting a visa from the Indian authorities.

No evidence against 3 cricketers: ICC sources
No evidence against 3 cricketers: ICC sources

The ICC had found no evidence against the three international cricketers who have been accused of accepting bribes by former IPL Commissioner Lalit Modi and had closed the matter after a thorough investigation. The game's governing body had yesterday hinted that it had found no evidence against the three cricketers, when in a statement it said, "...The ACSU handled that information in accordance with its standard operating procedures, which included sharing it with the BCCI's anti-corruption unit."

Saeed Ajmal says ICC clean bowled 'mystery spinners'
Saeed Ajmal says ICC clean bowled 'mystery spinners'

Out-of-favour Pakistan off-spinner Saeed Ajmal believes that the International Cricket Council (ICC) has brought an end to mystery spinners and their varieties, which left many batsmen bamboozled over a consistent period of time.

ICC revived Pakistan task team, claims PCB official
ICC revived Pakistan task team, claims PCB official

 The ICC at its annual conference in Barbados has revived the task team for Pakistan cricket after the PCB showed a documentary on the security measures adopted for Zimbabwe's tour to the strife-torn nation last month.

IPL Betting: ICC confirms sharing Lalit Modi's mail with BCCI
IPL Betting: ICC confirms sharing Lalit Modi's mail with BCCI

 The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Sunday acknowledged having received former cricket administrator Lalit Modi's confidential e-mail -- in which he accused three international players of being involved in betting -- and sharing it with the Indian cricket board's anti-corruption unit.

IPL Betting: Lalit Modi names three cricketers who were bribed

Controversial former Indian Premier League (IPL) Commissioner Lalit Modi has alleged that two leading Indian cricketers and a West Indian player had been bribed by an Indian real estate tycoon, who is also a bookmaker.

West Indies confirm Zimbabwe ODI tri-series
West Indies confirm Zimbabwe ODI tri-series

 West Indies will play against hosts Zimbabwe and Pakistan in a tri-series during August-September, the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) confirmed on Sunday.

Aditya Verma writes to ICC to clarify on Modi claims
Aditya Verma writes to ICC to clarify on Modi claims

 Cricket Association of Bihar President Aditya Verma has asked the ICC to clarify on the claims made by controversial former IPL Commissioner Lalit Modi that two leading Indian cricketers and a West Indian player had been bribed by an Indian real estate tycoon.

ICC asked to clarify on Lalit Modi claims about three CSK players
ICC asked to clarify on Lalit Modi claims about three CSK players

Cricket Association of Bihar (CAB) secretary Aditya Verma on Sunday shot off a letter to the International Cricket Council (ICC) seeking clarification on allegations against three international cricketers' involvement in "illegal things".

ICC steps up anti-corruption measures
ICC steps up anti-corruption measures

Following the conclusion of the International Cricket Council (ICC) Annual Conference here, the sport's governing body decided to adopt recommendations of an Integrity Working Party which had been convened to review the global risks for international and domestic cricket from corruption.

Team India set to make formal complaint against Bangladesh umpires: Report
Team India set to make formal complaint against Bangladesh umpires: Report

Team India is disgruntled with Bangladesh umpires who officiated during India's three-match ODI series against their Asian rivals. Contetious decisions left India angry and that has prompted the team to make a formal complaint to the BCCI.

ICC amends rules in ODIs, bonus for bowlers
ICC amends rules in ODIs, bonus for bowlers

The ICC Annual Conference concluded in Barbados and several key changes were implemented in the One Day Internationals format.