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ICC initiates corruption investigations in Sri Lanka
Sep 24, 2017 00:27 IST
AFP
what happened: ICC has initiated investigations in Sri Lanka. Its Anti-Corruption officers visited the country.
what it means: ICC has said it conducts 'investigations where there are reasonable grounds to do so.' Ex-player Pramodaya Wickremesinghe had said that some members of Sri Lankan team had fixed games for money.
what next: ICC has urged people to get in touch with them if they have any information.
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Kuldeep Yadav's hat-trick guides India to win vs Australia
Sep 21, 2017 21:39 IST
AFP
what happened: Kuldeep Yadav became the third Indian to take a hat-trick as India beat Australia by 50 runs.
what it means: Batting first, Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane scored a half-century each as India put up 252 in 50 overs. In reply, Australia were all out for 202 as Kuldeep Yadav took a hat-trick. India are 2-0 up.
what next: The third India vs Australia ODI is in Indore on September 24.
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Jassi honour killing:Canada stays extradition of mom,uncle
Sep 21, 2017 11:47 IST
HT
what happened: Canadian police on Wednesday refused the custody of Malkiar Kaur and Surjit Singh to Punjab police.
what it means: Kaur and Singh moved the BC Court of Appeal which stayed their extradition that was cleared by Canadian SC last month. A police team flew to Canada last week to arrest them for their trial in Punjab.
what next: The extradition now hinges on the court's verdict and will be delayed for an unspecified period
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Pakistan bans Khalid Latif for five years over spot-fixing
Sep 20, 2017 19:31 IST
AFP
what happened: Pakistan cricket's anti-corruption tribunal Wednesday banned opener Khalid Latif for five years.
what it means: Latif's ban is suspended, meaning the 31-year old batsman cannot play any cricket till at least 2022. It is the harshest punishment meted out so far to a player involved in the PSL spot-fixing saga.
what next: PCB and Latif have a right to appeal the judgment within 14 days of receiving the detailed decision.
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