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Police act against bookies in Pakistan, 15 nabbed
Police act against bookies in Pakistan, 15 nabbed

Police in the Pakistani city of Lahore have initiated a crackdown on cricket betting and arrested 15 people from across the city, according to media reports Monday.

Salman Butt confesses to spot-fixing in 2010: PCB Source
Salman Butt confesses to spot-fixing in 2010: PCB Source

Pakistan's tainted former captain Salman Butt has apparently made his first full confession of guilt to the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) in the infamous 2010 spot-fixing scandal.

Eight Pakistan players fined for breaking World Cup curfew
Eight Pakistan players fined for breaking World Cup curfew

Eight Pakistan players, including maverick former captain Shahid Afridi, have been fined for breaching a team curfew ahead of their crucial World Cup game against India, sources told AFP on Thursday.

Mohammad Amir reprieve will encourage others to come clean: ICC
Mohammad Amir reprieve will encourage others to come clean: ICC

 The reprieve given to Pakistan bowler Mohammad Amir in a spot-fixing scandal will encourage corrupt players to come clean and help maintain the game`s integrity, International Cricket Council (ICC) Chief Executive David Richardson said on Tuesday.

Once his five-year ban ends, Muhammad Aamir can be selected: Najam Sethi
Once his five-year ban ends, Muhammad Aamir can be selected: Najam Sethi

Disgraced Pakistan paceman Mohammad Aamir will be eligible to play international cricket as soon as his five-year ban ends on September 2 this year, former Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Najam Sethi said on Monday.

Banned players must be allowed to make a comeback: Salman Butt
Banned players must be allowed to make a comeback: Salman Butt

Pakistan's banned former captain Salman Butt has said that those players who have been banned for spot fixing, have a right to try and make a comeback to international cricket once they complete their suspension period.

Mohammad Amir not fast-tracked: Pakistan cricket chief
Mohammad Amir not fast-tracked: Pakistan cricket chief

 Pakistan`s cricket chief Saturday denied that Mohammad Amir​ is being fast-tracked back into international cricket after a five-year ban, saying he will be monitored "on and off the field" before his re-entry.

I will come back as a better cricketer, person: Muhammad Aamir
I will come back as a better cricketer, person: Muhammad Aamir

Pakistan's banned paceman, Muhammad Aamir, who was today allowed to play domestic cricket by the ICC, has promised to return to the cricket field as a better human being and player.

Returning Mohammad Amir promises to be `better human`
Returning Mohammad Amir promises to be `better human`

Banned Pakistan paceman Mohammad Amir vowed Thursday to prove himself as a "better player and better human being" after his spot-fixing ban was relaxed by the cricket world governing body.

Pakistan's Mohammad Amir cleared to play domestic cricket
Pakistan's Mohammad Amir cleared to play domestic cricket

After months of speculation, Mohammad Amir has been cleared to play domestic cricket in Pakistan. The Pakistan fast bowler's ban for spot fixing was cut short for cooperation with anti-corruption officials, the International Cricket Council said on Thursday.

ICC to decide tainted Mohammad Amir's possible return to domestic cricket next week
ICC to decide tainted Mohammad Amir's possible return to domestic cricket next week

Banned Pakistan pace bowler Mohammad Amir is likely to return to the domestic cricket next month after the conditions of his five-year ban for spot-fixing were relaxed.

Banned Mohammad Amir set for first-class return
Banned Mohammad Amir set for first-class return

Disgraced Pakistan paceman Mohammad Amir could return to first-class cricket as early as next month after a relaxation of the conditions of his ban for spot-fixing, an official said Friday.

'Fake Sheikh' evidence prompts Pakistan re-think: Report
'Fake Sheikh' evidence prompts Pakistan re-think: Report

Prosecutors are re-examining the criminal convictions of three Pakistan players jailed in 2011 over spot-fixing allegations, according to a report in Britain`s Guardian newspaper,

Deal with banned players with caution: Ehsan Mani to PCB
Deal with banned players with caution: Ehsan Mani to PCB

 Former ICC President, Ehsan Mani has advised the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to proceed with caution while dealing with the tainted cricketers who were banned for spot-fixing.

PCB to seek proper feedback on Mohammad Aamir's return to cricket
PCB to seek proper feedback on Mohammad Aamir's return to cricket

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Shaharyar Khan has made it clear that he would seek proper feedback before taking any decision on banned pacer Mohammad Aamir's return to the national team.

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.

We should be allowed back: Mohammad Asif
We should be allowed back: Mohammad Asif

Disgraced Pakistan pacer Mohammad Asif is anguished and disappointed that some former cricketers are against the idea of letting players banned for spot-fixing return to the game after being reformed and rehabilitated.

Ramiz Raza questions Pakistan support for sullied Mohammad Aamer
Ramiz Raza questions Pakistan support for sullied Mohammad Aamer

Former Pakistan captain turned commentator Ramiz Raja on Wednesday criticised the lobbying for the return of paceman Mohammad Aamer, banned for spot-fixing, saying his return would expose the team to the "virus".

PCB to send letter to 'disgraced' Salman Butt over completion of rehab programme
PCB to send letter to 'disgraced' Salman Butt over completion of rehab programme

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Shahryar Khan has informed disgraced former player Salman Butt that he would receive a letter in regard of completing his rehabilitationprogramme within the next couple of days.

PCB chief rules out leniency against Salman Butt, Muhammad Asif
PCB chief rules out leniency against Salman Butt, Muhammad Asif

 The Chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Shaharyar Khan has ruled out any leniency for former Test captain Salman Butt and Muhammad Asif who are serving bans for spot fixing since 2010.