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Endgame Srinivasan? BCCI closes in on ICC chairman in ouster bid
Wed, Apr 29 2015. 02 25 PM

Endgame Srinivasan? BCCI closes in on ICC chairman in ouster bid

The top leadership of the BCCI are ‘exploring the option of an early SGM in its bid to oust Srinivasan,’ according to report
Anurag Thakur hits back at N. Srinivasan
Mon, Apr 27 2015. 08 02 PM

Anurag Thakur hits back at N. Srinivasan

In his letter to Srinivasan, Thakur has defended his association with a person whom the ICC, in a letter to the BCCI, had called a suspected bookie
Bangladesh’s Mustafa Kamal resigns as ICC president
Wed, Apr 01 2015. 09 33 PM

Bangladesh’s Mustafa Kamal resigns as ICC president

Kamal accused colleagues within the game’s global body of acting ‘unlawfully’
Palestine officially joins International Criminal Court
Wed, Apr 01 2015. 06 19 PM

Palestine officially joins International Criminal Court

A move, the Palestinians hope could open the door to the possible prosecution of Israelis for alleged war crimes
No Indian in ICC’s World Cup XI
Tue, Mar 31 2015. 12 56 AM

No Indian in ICC’s World Cup XI

The team was dominated by New Zealand rather than Australia, with Brendon McCullum picked up as captain
The World Cup final in 5 milestones
Mon, Mar 30 2015. 01 26 AM

The World Cup final in 5 milestones

Australia and coach Lehmann enter exclusive clubs after record fifth win
Anushka, the good Indians won!
Fri, Mar 27 2015. 01 46 PM

Anushka, the good Indians won!

This is cause of joy that the people who attacked Anushka Sharma for India’s defeat were themselves defeated
ICC slams own president for criticizing umpires in India-Bangladesh match
Fri, Mar 20 2015. 02 28 PM

ICC slams own president for criticizing umpires in India-Bangladesh match

ICC president Mustafa Kamal has been incensed by the umpiring and urged the governing body to look into the matter
World Cup 2015: Protests in Bangladesh over ‘biased’ umpiring
Thu, Mar 19 2015. 10 57 PM

World Cup 2015: Protests in Bangladesh over ‘biased’ umpiring

Hundreds of supporters burnt an effigy of Pakistani cricket umpire Aleem Dar and marched in Dhaka
The cutthroat politics of Indian cricket
Thu, Mar 19 2015. 09 49 AM

The cutthroat politics of Indian cricket

In all the ups and downs of India’s post-liberalization Gilded Age, one sector of the nation’s economy has proved utterly recession-proof: cricket

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