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    ‘ICC has no jurisdiction to run case on atrocities against Rohingyas’

    Myanmar says the International Criminal Court (ICC) has no jurisdiction to run a case on atrocities against Rohingyas.

  • Sarfraz Ahmed

    Sarfraz, Pakistan fined for slow over-rate

    Pakistan were fined for a slow over-rate during their rousing nine-wicket win over hosts England in the first Test at Lord’s, an International Cricket Council media release informed.

  • ICC CEO Dave Richardson

    Cricket chiefs to review punishment for ball-tampering

    The International Cricket Council is set to review its punishment for ball-tampering in light of the Australia cheating scandal, warning the game is in danger unless decisive action is taken.

  • No evidence of Ashes match-fixing, says ICC

    The International Cricket Council (ICC) says that it had found no evidence of match fixing in the third Ashes test between Australia and England last year.

  • Kohli wins ICC’s Cricketer of the year award

    Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli is named as the winner of the Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy at the 2017 ICC Awards for his exceptional performances across all formats.

  • Virat Kohli

    Kohli fined 25 percent of match fee

    Indian captain Virat Kohli is fined 25 percent of his match fee following an altercation with the umpires during the third day of the second Test against South Africa at SuperSport Park.

  • Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG)

    MCG pitch rated poor by ICC after drawn Ashes Test

    The Melbourne Cricket Ground pitch for the fourth Ashes test is rated "poor" by the International Cricket Council (ICC) after last week's drawn clash between hosts Australia and England saw only 24 wickets fall over five days.

  • Sri Lanka cricket players wearing masks

    ICC to examine India pollution Test

    Medical experts are to examine whether India was right to hold a Test match against Sri Lanka during hazardous smog in New Delhi, the game's world governing body says.

  • Pakistan's Hafeez reported for suspect bowling action

    Pakistan's off-spinner Mohammad Hafeez has been reported for a suspect bowling action during the third one-day international against Sri Lanka in Abu Dhabi, the International Cricket Council says.

  • ICC to approve Test championship, report says

    The International Cricket Council (ICC) is set to approve plans for its long-awaited World Test Championship at a meeting in New Zealand this week, report says.

  • ICC confirms corruption unit probe into Sri Lanka

    The International Cricket Council announce it had initiated investigations in Sri Lanka and that officers from its anti-corruption unit (ACU) had recently visited the country.

  • Afghanistan ecstatic over Test status

    Cricket-mad Afghanistan was euphoric after being awarded Test match status, a rare glimmer of good news amid rising insecurity, but fans rue the lack of sports infrastructure in the conflict-torn country.

  • ICC committee approves rule changes

    The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Friday approved a number of proposed changes to rules of the game at its meeting in London.

  • ICC could axe Champions Trophy for more T20 WCs

    The Champions Trophy could be scrapped in favour of staging the World Twenty20 every two years, according to International Cricket Council (ICC) chief executive David Richardson.

  • Afghanistan and Ireland eye Test Status

    Afghanistan and Ireland hope to become the 11th and 12th Test match teams when the International Cricket Council (ICC) meets in London.

  • The Shukla solution

    IPL chairman Rajeev Shukla has suggests an easier way for BCCI to increase their revenue share, one that might lead to better conflict resolution with the ICC.

  • Holders India finally name Champions Trophy squad

    Holders India finally named their 15-member squad for next month's Champions Trophy in England and Wales after initially delaying the announcement amid a revenue sharing disagreement with the International Cricket Council (ICC).

  • Younis usurped by Azhar in ICC rankings

    Pakistan legend Younis Khan has been usurped as his country's number one Test batsmen heading into his farewell Test, after Azhar Ali overtook him on the International Cricket Council's batting rankings.

  • Bashar named ICC ambassador

    Former Bangladesh captain Habibul Bashar has been named as one of eight stalwarts of the modern era as Champion Ambassadors for this summer’s ICC Champions Trophy which will be staged at three iconic venues of England and Wales from 1-18 June.

  • Umpires can eject players, tethered bails approved

    Cricket umpires have been given the power to eject disobedient players while tethered bails will be permitted to protect wicketkeepers from eye injuries as part of a series of law changes coming into effect from Oct. 1.

  • ‘Wanted to see why I wasn't picked’

    Imran Tahir doesn't believe in hiding his emotions. The world No. 1 T20 bowler has no qualms in admitting that he was hurt when he went unsold at the IPL auction this year.

  • ‘Cricket makes you cry more, laugh less’

    Former Pakistan captain and star all-rounder Shahid Afridi, also known as Boom Boom Afridi, reflected on his career and the future plans after retirement while talking to ICC Cricket 360°.

  • N Srinivasan's return to ICC might leave BCCI without BD, SRL’s support

    Indian Cricket Board‘s (BCCI) move to stall the proposed constitutional and financial reforms in the ICC may suffer a roadblock if BCCI tries to send N Srinivasan as its representative at the world body’s Board Meeting.

  • Manohar agrees to stay on as ICC chief to help transition

    Shashank Manohar has deferred his resignation as chairman of the International Cricket Council and will continue in the post until administrative reforms of the governing body is complete, the ICC said on Friday.

  • Manohar quits as ICC boss

    India's Shashank Manohar resigned Wednesday as chairman of the International Cricket Council after a fallout with his own board over efforts to reform the game's world governing body.

  • India's Manohar quits as ICC chairman

    India's Shashank Manohar has resigned as chairman of the International Cricket Council after his push for reforms ran into opposition from his own board, media reports said Wednesday.

  • Big bats dismissed, player send-offs introduced in new laws

    Big bats are set to be consigned to the wood-heap and umpires will be given the power to send off players from October as part of cricket's new Code of Laws, the Marylebone Cricket Club has said.

  • Smith rejects India whitewash forecast

    Steve Smith dismissed predictions Wednesday that Australia face another series whitewash against India but admitted they had to show more fight to have any chance of stopping the world's number one Test team.

  • Boom Boom unveils Champions Trophy 2017

    With 100 days to go before the first ball is bowled in the eighth edition of the ICC Champions Trophy, the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 Nissan Trophy Tour was launched in the backyard of the International Cricket Council headquarters at the ICC Academy on Tuesday, 21 February.

  • Dickwella gets two-match ban for another misconduct

    Sri Lanka opener Niroshan Dickwella has been banned for two limited-over matches after his latest breach of ICC code of conduct, the International Cricket Council said on Tuesday.

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