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Pakistani Cricket Star Politician Leaves Hospital – ABC News

May 22, 2013
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ABC News

Pakistani Cricket Star Politician Leaves Hospital
ABC News
Pakistani cricket star-turned politician Imran Khan has been discharged from the hospital roughly two weeks after he sustained serious back injuries in a fall from a forklift at a campaign event. Pakistan .JPEG. A spokesman for his party, Naeemul Haq
Imran Khan likely to be discharged from hospital on WednesdayCricket Country
Member of Pakistani cricket star’s party killedKnoxville News Sentinel

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Baburao Yadav fifth cricketer arrested in alleged fixing case – ESPNcricinfo.com

May 22, 2013
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Moneycontrol.com

Baburao Yadav fifth cricketer arrested in alleged fixing case
ESPNcricinfo.com
Former Vidarbha seamer Baburao Yadav has become the fifth cricketer to be arrested, by the Delhi Police, in connection with the alleged spot-fixing in the IPL. Yadav was produced in court in Delhi on Tuesday afternoon along with Rajasthan Royals’
Former Ranji cricketer Baburao introduced Rajasthan Royals’ player to bookiesCricket Country

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Cricket-Underdogs Australia ready for Ashes scrap – Clarke – Reuters India

May 22, 2013
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IBNLive

Cricket-Underdogs Australia ready for Ashes scrap – Clarke
Reuters India
A lot of the guys have been involved in Ashes series before and they’re playing some really good cricket. “Our recent series in India wasn’t nearly as good as we would have liked so I accept that we are the underdogs but we’ll be doing everything in
Australia ready for England, says ClarkeWisden India
Sportal’s Ashes Top 50 – 49. Tubby’s terrific AshesSportal.com.au

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Hazel McCallion takes a swing in support of GTA-wide cricket tournament – Globe and Mail

May 22, 2013
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Globe and Mail

Hazel McCallion takes a swing in support of GTA-wide cricket tournament
Globe and Mail
Mississauga mayor Hazel McCallion picked up her bat on Tuesday to kick off the first-ever GTA-wide cricket tournament. The 92-year-old politician came out to support high school cricketers from Mississauga, one of four cities participating in the

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Indian police widen cricket spot-fixing probe – Adelaide Now

May 22, 2013
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Gulf Times

Indian police widen cricket spot-fixing probe
Adelaide Now
INDIAN police said they had widened their probe into cricket spot-fixing after the arrest of three players and 11 bookmakers, warning that more teams were under the microscope. Test discard Shanthakumaran Sreesanth was among a trio of players from the
India mulls spot-fixing law after arrestsTVNZ
Life bans, jail terms needed to tackle ‘fixing’ in cricket – Gulf timesGulf Times
Game-changing cops of Delhi Police who busted cricket scandalsEconomic Times
Forbes –gulfnews.com –Hindu Business Line
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Cricket betting lines remain open even as police continue arrests – Hindustan Times

May 21, 2013
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Cricket betting lines remain open even as police continue arrests
Hindustan Times
If any match goes down to the last ball, I am ready to return the money in entirety, stated a bookie. Another, who is part of the cricket betting syndicate in India but operates from abroad, assured patrons on his personalised blog that he would reveal

Indian Supreme Court rejects bid to halt IPL – TVNZ

May 21, 2013
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ESPNcricinfo.com

Indian Supreme Court rejects bid to halt IPL
TVNZ
India’s Supreme Court dismissed a petition overnight seeking to scrap the remaining matches of the country’s lucrative Twenty20 cricket competition amid growing concerns about corruption in the sport. Former Test bowler Shanthakumaran Sreesanth and two
India’s Supreme Court rejects petition to stay IPL playoffsESPNcricinfo.com
It’s cricketIndian Express
SC refuses to ban IPL, slams cricket board on spot-fixingFirstpost
Arab News –TrustLaw (blog) –Wisden India
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Cricket Australia refuses to gag David Warner over his Twitter spat – The Australian

May 21, 2013
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ESPNcricinfo.com

Cricket Australia refuses to gag David Warner over his Twitter spat
The Australian
DAVID Warner won’t be quitting Twitter anytime soon if Cricket Australia boss James Sutherland gets his way. With the outspoken opening batsman due to arrive home from India today, Sutherland pre-empted Warner’s disciplinary hearing by saying he didn’t
Warner to learn his fate on WednesdayESPNcricinfo.com
Warner expected to plead guiltyFox Sports
Warner in cricket hearing on WednesdayTVNZ
The Sunshine Coast Daily –Daily News & Analysis
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Under-19 squad to compete in ICC Africa qualifiers – The Standard Digital News

May 21, 2013
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Under-19 squad to compete in ICC Africa qualifiers
The Standard Digital News
Cricket Kenya (CK) has announced a final squad of 14 players who will represent the country at the forthcoming International Cricket Council (ICC) Africa Under-19 Cricket World Cup Qualifiers scheduled to be held from 25 to 31 May in Kampala, Uganda.

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Cricket: Boycott may provide answers for Black Caps – New Zealand Herald

May 21, 2013
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Otago Daily Times

Cricket: Boycott may provide answers for Black Caps
New Zealand Herald
Boycott immerses himself in a host of media commitments these days as well being the elected president of the Yorkshire County Cricket Club. He was often spied in New Zealand over summer modelling a fetching mauve sweater when filmed for cricket
Plenty to ponder for Black CapsTVNZ
Cricket: Comebacks don’t always come offOtago Daily Times
Intrigue at Black Caps’ training sessionStuff.co.nz
Radio Sport –ESPNcricinfo.com –Aljazeera.com
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