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PSL spot-fixing row: Sharjeel Khan appears before PCB tribunal

PSL spot-fixing row: Sharjeel Khan appears before PCB tribunal

Khalid Latif, another accused in the spot-fixing scandal, did not manage to make an appearance at the hearing citing health reasons. He has now been asked to appear before the tribunal on March 31.

Spot-fixing wouldn’t have happened had Wasim Akram, Inzamam-Ul-Haq been hanged: Abdul Qadir

Spot-fixing wouldn’t have happened had Wasim Akram, Inzamam-Ul-Haq been hanged: Abdul Qadir

The second edition of PSL was rocked by spot-fixing scandal, and the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) was forced to send back Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif from UAE, where the league games were played.

Pakistan cricket great Javed Miandad calls for death penalty for match fixers

Pakistan cricket great Javed Miandad calls for death penalty for match fixers

Miandad's views came after PCB suspended 5 Pakistani cricketers for alleged involvement in PSL spot-fixing scandal.

PSL spot-fixing scandal: Shahzaib Hasan becomes fifth player to be suspended by PCB

PSL spot-fixing scandal: Shahzaib Hasan becomes fifth player to be suspended by PCB

Shahzaib has been charged with violations of Code Articles 2.1.4, 2.4.4 and 2.4.5 and now has 14 days to respond to the Notice of Charge

PSL Spot Fixing Scandal: Batsman Nasir Jamshed to be interrogated by PCB

PSL Spot Fixing Scandal: Batsman Nasir Jamshed to be interrogated by PCB

The left-hander was also suspected of spot-fixing in the Bangladesh Premier League two years back but managed to escape without any punishment and went on to make his last appearance for Pakistan in the 2015 World Cup

Shoaib Akhtar wants 'elder' brother India to join hands with 'younger' brother Pakistan

Shoaib Akhtar wants 'elder' brother India to join hands with 'younger' brother Pakistan

The 41-year-old revealed how once he felt that he was the only non-corrupt member of the Pakistan team, seeing almost everyone being caught in one scandal or another.

BCCI deny tainted Indian pacer S Sreesanth NOC to play in Scotland Cricket League

BCCI deny tainted Indian pacer S Sreesanth NOC to play in Scotland Cricket League

In 2015, a Delhi court exonerated him and two other players in the case registered by Delhi Police which invoked the Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA).

Cricket can never be completely free of corruption, says Salman Butt

Cricket can never be completely free of corruption, says Salman Butt

Butt and Asif have returned to domestic cricket after the expiry of the bans and after serving some time behind bars in the United Kingdom.

Don't have a magic wand to start delivering in a day: Muhammad Amir

Don't have a magic wand to start delivering in a day: Muhammad Amir

Amir finished with 12 wickets in four Tests and just four in four ODIs against England.

Danish Kaneria: No intention to seek help from BCCI

Danish Kaneria: No intention to seek help from BCCI

Kaneria was banned for life by the ECB in 2012 on charges of trying to entice some of his teammates at Essex county to spot fix matches on behalf of a Indian bookmaker.

HC notice to S Sreesanth, others in IPL-6 spot fixing case

HC notice to S Sreesanth, others in IPL-6 spot fixing case

Justice Siddharth Mridul issued notice to all the 36 respondents who were given a clean chit by the trial court on July 25.

Mohammad Amir called 'thief' during domestic match in Pakistan

Mohammad Amir called 'thief' during domestic match in Pakistan

Mohammad Amir got a taste of how difficult it would be to win back the confidence of the cricket community when he was termed a thief in a domestic match.

Relieved Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif sign for Pakistan's major domestic team

Relieved Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif sign for Pakistan's major domestic team

A major Pakistani team on Saturday confirmed they had signed Salman Butt and paceman Mohammad Asif, who were last month relieved of sanctions over spot fixing.