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Cook arrested for stealing Rs 22 lakh from BJP MP
Oct 18, 2017 12:51 IST
what happened: Kunwar Sarvesh Kumar Singh was in Moradabad when his central Delhi house was burgled.
what it means: Rajkumar was arrested after police found his slippers matched prints at the Moradabad MP's house.
what next: The MP's family didn't suspect Rajkumar because he had been working for them for years.
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FIFA U-17 WC: England beat Japan on penalties, Mali progress
Oct 17, 2017 22:46 IST
what happened: England beat Japan 5-3 on penalties while Mali got the better of Iraq 5-1 in the Round of 16 matches
what it means: England's win over Japan continues their good run and they are firm favorites for the title. On the other hand, Mali's strong showing has put them in a good position for the title.
what next: England will take on USA in the quarter-final while Mali will take on winner of Ghana vs Niger match
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Khalid Latif handed five-year ban for PSL spot-fixing
Oct 17, 2017 19:15 IST
what happened: Khalid Latif banned for 5 yrs after being found guilty of six breaches of PCB’s anti-corruption code
what it means: The PCB had appealed since Sharjeel was found guilty on all six counts of violating the anti-corruption code, half of his ban should not be suspended.
what next: Latif and his lawyer now have 14 days to file an appeal against the ban and fine.
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Sreesanth's life ban reimposed by Kerala High Court
Oct 17, 2017 19:09 IST
what happened: Sreesanth, India pacer, was banned for life by BCCI for indulging in spot-fixing in IPL 2013.
what it means: The decision by the Kerala High Court means Sreesanth will have to stay away from all cricket activity conducted by BCCI. In 2016, a special court in Delhi had acquitted him in the spot-fixing case.
what next: Sreesanth might approach the Supreme Court and appeal against this verdict.
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