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Washington Post
Pakistan beat India in cricket, so India arrested a bunch of its fans for cheering
Washington Post
In the United States, cheering on a rival sports team while in that team's territory will get you mean looks and perhaps a punch thrown your way, if enough alcohol is involved. In India, cheering on Pakistan's national cricket team will get you ...
Fans Of Pakistan's Cricket Team Arrested For Sedition In IndiaNPR
Police in India Arrest Fans Celebrating Pakistan's Cricket VictoryNew York Times
India arrests 15 for celebrating Pakistan cricket victoryCNN
The Independent -Irish Times
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BBC News
India drops sedition charges against 'Pakistan cricket fans'
BBC News
Indian police have dropped sedition charges against 15 Muslim men arrested for allegedly shouting "anti-India and pro-Pakistan" slogans during the Champions Trophy cricket final. Police in Madhya Pradesh state told reporters sedition was "hard to prove".
Indian Muslims don't even have the right to pick their cricket teamsQuartz
Pakistan's ICC Champions Trophy triumph must revitalise the nation's cricketSkySports
India Drops Sedition Charges Against Pakistan Cricket FansVoice of America
The Hindu
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The Guardian
County cricket: Essex thrash Warwickshire, Durham finally win - as it happened
The Guardian
County cricket: Essex thrash Warwickshire, Durham finally win - as it happened. Essex and Lancashire recorded big wins in Division One, while Worcestershire chased 399 and Durham finally grabbed a win. Updated. Warwickshire's Sam Hain fends off the ...
Afghanistan, Ireland get Test status
Afghanistan and Ireland have been approved as Full Members by the ICC, meaning they have become cricket's 11th and 12th Test-playing nations. This was signed off on by the ICC Board in London on Thursday, during the ICC's AGM. Afghanistan and ...
Afghanistan Cricket Receives Full ICC Membership StatusTOLOnews
Ireland & Afghanistan awarded Test status by International Cricket CouncilBBC Sport
ICC announces two new Test
Daily Mail -Irish Examiner -Belfast Newsletter
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Kohli's India face the Caribbean grind
Apart from the occasional turner, India have played their ODI cricket on predominantly high run-scoring surfaces. They last played an ODI in the West Indies four years ago. Here, hitting through the ball or swinging across the line may not be viable ...
In Indian cricket, the skipper is the bossHindustan Times
Cricket drama: Anil Kumble resigns from India over reported rifts with team
Has Virat Kohli become greater than Team India and cricket?DailyO
Livemint -euronews -Times of India
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The Guardian
Women's Cricket World Cup: team-by-team guide to the tournament
The Guardian
Women's Cricket World Cup: team-by-team guide to the tournament. Australia are the team to beat in England but which players could star at the tournament and who are the dark horses who could spring a surprise? Women's Cricket World Cup composite.

Times of India
Luke Ronchi retires from international cricket
Times of India
WELLINGTON: New Zealand wicket-keeper Luke Ronchi has retired from international cricket but will continue to play in franchise-based Twenty20 tournaments around the world, the country's cricket board said on Thursday. The 36-year-old played four ...
New Zealand wicketkeeper Luke Ronchi retires from international cricketHindustan Times
Ronchi retires from international
Luke Ronchi: New Zealand wicketkeeper retires from international cricketBBC Sport
The New Indian Express -New Zealand Herald
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T20 Global League: Good or bad for SA cricket?
There are concerns: Won't another global T20 tournament further endanger Test cricket? Isn't this just another money-spinner? Won't this see more players turn their backs on international cricket? The answer to all of those questions is probably 'yes ...

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SA cricket: widespread alarm bells
The amalgam of results in recent weeks just begins to suggest that depth and genuine quality is becoming a problem in domestic cricket; that chickens are perhaps coming home to roost in a franchise landscape still more greatly shaped by the politburo, ...
'Proteas must regroup and move forward'SuperSport (blog)

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BCCI, ICC broker peace over financial model
Peace has broken out in world cricket, as the BCCI and ICC have finally reached an agreement on a new finance model. The bare facts are that the BCCI will receive a little over US$100 million more than what was agreed upon by a vast majority of the ICC ...
India's share of cricket revenue hiked to $405m: reportGeo News, Pakistan

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