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Spectre of cricket apartheid

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Police review meeting raises questions, concerns

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BCB stance on new ICC proposal: outrage and resentment

THE India, Australia and England proposal to overhaul the International Cricket Council and perpetuate their inequitable garrulous power and influence was revealed on January 9. The troika secretly and selfishly concocted the uncanny and undue profitable deal with the lofty label of ‘position paper’. Full story

The Davos dream

FROM around 100 countries the number of elites gathered at Davos was more than 2,500. They include 1,500 top business leaders and experts from banking, mainstream political, academia and social work areas. Full story


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