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World cricket body wants lifetime bans for corruption

The MCC World Cricket Committee says lifetime bans for captains, vice-captains and coaches found guilty of corruption will help root out the problem.

Pakistan cricket authorities form anti-corruption division

Pakistan cricket authorities have approved the setting-up of a 'vigilance and security division' to fight corruption in the game.

Pakistan seeks repatriation of disgraced cricketers

The Pakistan government will submit a detailed report on a recent spot-fixing case in order to repatriate three jailed cricketers.

Pakistan’s Butt and Asif guilty of spot-fixing

Former Pakistan Test captain Salman Butt and fast bowler Mohammad Asif have been found guilty of involvement in a "spot-fixing" betting scam.

Pakistan players face spot-fixing trial

Three Pakistan Test players are due to go on trial in London charged with spot-fixing during a match against England last year.

Cricket players reject lie detector tests

The world cricketers' association says it "outright rejects" a proposal to encourage players to take lie detector tests to fight corruption.

ICC hands lengthy bans to Pakistan spot-fix trio

An anti-corruption tribunal of the International Cricket Council on Saturday banned former Pakistan captain Salman Butt for 10 years.

Pakistan players declare innocence in betting scam

Three Pakistan cricketers accused of involvement in an illegal betting scam maintained their innocence on Thursday.

Pakistan stars depart for betting-scam probe

Three Pakistan players embroiled in betting-scam allegations headed to London on Wednesday to face questioning.

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