Pakistan's banned fast-bowler, Mohammad Asif, is yet to give his consent with regards to taking part in the anti-corruption rehabilitation program of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). Following the Court of Arbitration's (CAS) decision to reject appeals of Asif and Salman Butt against their bans, the International Cricket Council (ICC) urged them to take part in a rehabilitation process, and ...
BCCI chief probe officer, Ravi Sawani met the Delhi police Commissioner and assured of all cooperation in the cricket scam investigation and requests the Indian Franchise, to which the players belong to file a police report on Monday. Board of Control for Cricket in India's chief probe officer, Ravi Sawani met Delhi police commissioner Neeraj Kumar and assured him of all cooperation in the ...
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Zaka Ashraf has assured that the board will put its best efforts to eradicate cricket corruption. A preliminary report by police in India has proved that Karachi is one of the hubs for corrupt practices in the game, apart from Mumbai, Delhi and Dubai, the Dawn reports. Ashraf claimed that PCB will extend its support to any country wanting to curb ...
Pakistan cricketer Umar Gul's absence from the ICC Champions Trophy squad due to the knee surgery is a big blow for Pakistan given his love for major tournaments, English conditions and, lately, digging his team out of trouble with the bat, according to the Pakistani media. According to The Dawn, although Gul's form has always been patchy and his wickets record inconsistent but it is his ...
Ireland has given hope of reviving international cricket in Pakistan after it reportedly agreed to consider visiting the country to reciprocate Pakistan's one-day international (ODI) tour of Ireland. At a time when all the Test playing nations have written-off touring Pakistan, the International Cricket Council's (ICC) associate member Cricket Ireland (CI) gave a positive response on that ...
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KENILWORTH cricketers have reached deep into their own pockets after a $27,000 theft threatened to destroy the historic club. The cricket club, based on Greenhill Rd in the south parklands for more than 100 years, was on the verge of folding after its former treasurer, Christine Jean Hamann, 33, of Rostrevor, stole the money over a three-year period to feed a gambling habit. Kenilworth's new ...
Bowling coach David Saker says Kevin Pietersen is facing a race against time to be fit for the Ashes series.England's star batsman has been out of action since March with a knee injury and has already been ruled out of his country's home Test series against New Zealand and the ICC Champions Trophy.It was thought the 32-year-old - who has scored 7,499 runs in 94 Test matches - would be ...
Jimmy Anderson was described yesterday as the most skilful fast bowler in the world. If it is a verdict at odds with the official ratings, does not strictly tally with the bald statistics and would elicit howls of outrage from the supporters of at least two South Africans, it is also a proposition to be seriously ...
Dubai 16-year-old Shorye Chopra, left, accepts an award as top junior cricketer and a handshake from former Pakistan international player Zaheer Abbas, centre, as Shyam Bhatia looks ...
Kevin Pietersen and England are still unsure whether he will be fully recovered from his knee injury in time for the start of this summer's Ashes.Pietersen has not played cricket since pulling out of the Auckland Test against New Zealand in March with bone bruising behind his right knee - an injury he first suffered during a training week in Queenstown before that three-match series. ...
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Anshu Jamsenpa, the first Indian woman to scale Mount Everest thrice, wants to scale the world's highest peak for the fourth time if the Nepalese government waives the royalty tax imposed on climbers, her husband Tsering Wange said.
Anshu, a mother of two, became the first Indian woman to conquer the Mount Everest for a third time Saturday. She was among the 13 climbers of the first Northeast India Top of the World Mount Everest Expedition, 2013, which was flagged off by President Pranab Mukherjee from Rashtrapati Bhavan March 20.
"Anshu is very keen to re-conquer Mount Everest for the fourth time, provided the Nepalese government waives their royalty tax for her fourth attempt," Wange told IANS over phone from Arunachal Pradesh.
"The Manipur Mountaineering and Trekking Association has submitted the names of the expedition team members, including Anshu Jamsenpa, Bidyapati Devi, Puyamcha Mohon, Nameirakpam Chingkheinganba to the Nepal's ministry of tourism and civil aviation.
"The association has requested them to allow the four climbers to go ahead. But it has not yet received any reply from the Nepalese government," Wange said.
"We are elated with Anshu's achievement. It is a historic moment for Arunachal Pradesh and India. ...
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