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N Srinivasan remains on course to assume the role of chairman of the International Cricket Council (ICC) Board after the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) confirmed his candidacy for the post.

Former Bangladesh cricket captain Mohammad Ashraful has been banned from the sport for eight years after he was found guilty of involvement in match-fixing in the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) Twenty20 club competition last year.

New South Wales-based businessman Shaun Martyn has revealed plans to stage a franchise-based women’s Twenty20 cricket competition in Singapore within the next nine months.

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has stated it will “urgently investigate” the nature of the latest match-fixing revelations to hit the sport and has maintained its Anti-Corruption and Security Unit (ACSU) is fit for purpose.

The International Cricket Council (ICC) is to undertake a review of its anti-corruption measures in an attempt to help better protect the sport.

Former Cricket Australia and ICC (International Cricket Council) chief Malcolm Speed gives insight into a career plagued with allegations of corruption against players and organisations he overlooked.

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has signed off on the introduction of a Test Challenge competition which will grant associate members the chance to play Test cricket - the marquee format of the game.

Indian cricket legend Sunil Gavaskar has been appointed as the interim head of the Board of Control for Cricket in India after the country’s Supreme Court forced N. Srinivasan to step down as president of the governing body.

India’s Supreme Court has proposed that former India cricket captain Sunil Gavaskar temporarily replaces the under-pressure N. Srinivasan as president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), adding that the Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals should not compete in the 2014 Indian Premier League (IPL) amid the spot-fixing and betting scandal engulfing the competition.

India’s Supreme Court has called on N. Srinivasan, the head of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), to step down from his role to enable an investigation to take place into illegal betting during last year’s Indian Premier League Twenty20 cricket tournament.

The International Cricket Council (ICC) Board has approved a series of wide-ranging reforms relating to the governance, competition and financial models of cricket’s global governing body, with the Pakistan Cricket Board and Sri Lanka Cricket the only full members to abstain from Saturday’s vote.

The Cricket South Africa (CSA) governing body has rejected reports that it is seeking an agreement with the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to return its chief executive Haroon Lorgat to a powerful role in the world game in exchange for backing reform proposals for the International Cricket Council (ICC) put forward by the sport’s three main boards.

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has approved the introduction of a new event for the women’s game.

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has announced “unanimous support” for a set of principles relating to the future structure, governance and financial models of the organisation after an initial reform proposal backed by the powerful Indian, English and Australian boards was not taken to a vote.

International Cricket Council (ICC) vice-president Mustafa Kamal has expressed his misgivings over the controversial proposal to reform the administration of the sport, adding that it would take an “extraordinary majority” for the plan to be approved.

The debate over the future direction of the governance of world cricket has intensified after Cricket Australia (CA) chairman Wally Edwards moved to address criticism that the governing body, along with its counterparts in England and India, is seeking too much power in the sport.

Cricket South Africa has become the first national governing body to speak out against a draft proposal being considered by the International Cricket Council (ICC) to give the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB), Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and Cricket Australia (CA) greater power in running the sport.