Kohli faces conflict of interest probe

Kohli faces conflict of interest probe

NEW DELHI: India ‘s captain Virat Kohli is encounters an inquiry into a potential conflict of interest in two business ventures over his positions. D.K. K. Jain, an ethics officer for the Indian Cricket Control Board (BCCI), said late Sunday that a report would be examined by a member of...

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Seven more cricketers test positive for coronavirus

Seven more cricketers test positive for coronavirus

The Pakistan cricket has suffered a major blow as seven more cricketers of the national team have tested positive for the deadly Covid-19 disease. “Players who have tested positive are: Fakhar Zaman, Imran Khan, Kashif Bhatti, Mohammad Hafeez, Mohammad Hasnain, Mohammad Rizwan, and Wahab Riaz,” Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chief Executive...

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PCB to double payments of domestic cricketers soon

PCB to double payments of domestic cricketers soon

The Pakistan Cricket Board CEO Wasim Khan has said that payments of domestic cricketers will soon be doubled and separate central contracts for the top performers in domestic cricket will also be offered. “The World T20 seems doubtful this year and that will be a setback, both for the game...

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Lancashire offer to stage Test cricket during crisis as they post strong earnings

Lancashire offer to stage Test cricket during crisis as they post strong earnings

The coronavirus left the English cricket season in limbo, but when they lost their chairman, David Hodgkiss, Lancashire was dealt a devastating personal blow.   Just weeks later the county of Manchester returned record financial figures — a fitting legacy for Hodgkiss, who died at the age of 71 at...

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PCB’s legal adviser Tafazzul Rizvi sues Shoaib Akhtar for calling him ‘inept person of highest order’

PCB’s legal adviser Tafazzul Rizvi sues Shoaib Akhtar for calling him ‘inept person of highest order’

On Wednesday, legal adviser to the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), Tafazzul Rizvi, filed a Rs10 million defamation suit against former cricketer Shoaib Akhtar for calling him “an inept person of the highest order,” along with other false allegations. A day earlier, Akhtar had ripped the PCB and its legal team...

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Umar Akmal banned for 3 years, PCB

Umar Akmal banned for 3 years, PCB

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) banned Umar Akmal from all cricket for three years for failing to disclose a fixing deal before the start of the Pakistan Super League’s fifth edition, a crime under the board’s anti-corruption code. The decision was made by the disciplinary panel chairman Justice (r) Fazal-i-Miran Chauhan,...

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PSL Franchise Peshawar Zalmi launches awareness campaign about Coronavirus

PSL Franchise Peshawar Zalmi launches awareness campaign about Coronavirus

PSL Franchise Peshawar Zalmi launches awareness campaign about Coronavirus Special messages regarding awareness about Corona Virus were given by Peshawar Zalmi Chairman Javed Afridi, Head Coach Darren Sammy, Captain Wahab Riaz, and players like Hassan Ali and Imam Ul Haq Peshawar Zalmi Chairman, Javed Afridi, recorded the message in Pashto...

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Islamabad United To Donate Rs. 1 million to Sindh Govt’s Lockdown Fund

Islamabad United To Donate Rs. 1 million to Sindh Govt’s Lockdown Fund

Islamabad, 23 March 2020 – Islamabad United, the most successful franchise in HBL PSL history, would like to announce that they are donating Rs. 1 million to the Government of Sindh Coronavirus Emergency Fund. The Fund was launched by the Sindh Government earlier this week, and among its three trustees...

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Coronavirus pandemic: Many foreign players to leave PSL 2020

Coronavirus pandemic: Many foreign players to leave PSL 2020

Several foreign players in Pakistan of the Pakistan Super League 5 are set to fly to their home countries due to fears over the coronavirus pandemic spread all over the world. According to the PCB, Peshawar Zalmi’s Tom Banton, Liam Livingstone, Lewis Gregory, Liam Dawson and Carlos Brathwaite, Multan Sultans’ James Vince...

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Tennis star Sharapova announces retirement

Tennis star Sharapova announces retirement

One of the world´s highest-paid sportswomen and five-time Grand Slam winner, Maria Sharapova, announced her retirement on Wednesday. “Tennis – I´m saying goodbye,” the 32-year-old star said. “After 28 years and five Grand Slam titles, though, I´m ready to scale another mountain – to compete on a different type of...

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