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Wanted to commit suicide after match-fixing news broke out, says Mohammad Ashraful
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Wanted to commit suicide after match-fixing news broke out, says Mohammad Ashraful

Ashraful was suspended for five years from cricket after he was caught involved in a match-fixing scandal in 2013 edition of Bangladesh Premier League (BPL).

ICICI Lombard launches free COVID-19 testing for underprivileged; partners with Apollo Health & Lifestyle, Metropolis Healthcare
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ICICI Lombard launches free COVID-19 testing for underprivileged; partners with Apollo Health & Lifestyle, Metropolis Healthcare

ICICI Lombard will fund the entire screening procedure, including the testing kits required for examining probable cases infected with coronavirus.

Swashbuckling West Indies batsman Chris Gayle to play for Pokhara Rhinos in Nepal's Everest Premier League
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Swashbuckling West Indies batsman Chris Gayle to play for Pokhara Rhinos in Nepal's Everest Premier League

Swashbuckling West Indian batsman Chris Gayle will play for Pokhahra Rhinos team in Nepal's domestic T20 tournament, 'Everest Premier League', which begins from February 29 in Kathmandu.

West Indian star Chris Gayle terms Pakistan 'one of the safest places in the world' weeks after return of Test cricket to nation
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West Indian star Chris Gayle terms Pakistan 'one of the safest places in the world' weeks after return of Test cricket to nation

Big-hitting West Indies batsman Chris Gayle has endorsed Pakistan as "one of the safest places" in the world, weeks after Test cricket returned to the country after a decade.

Chattogram Challengers say Chris Gayle will feature in second half of Bangladesh Premier League
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Chattogram Challengers say Chris Gayle will feature in second half of Bangladesh Premier League

West Indies star cricketer Chris Gayle is likely to play in the tournament after 4 January in the three league phase games.

India vs West Indies: Chris Gayle takes a 'break', says will skip ODIs against Men in Blue and Big Bash League
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India vs West Indies: Chris Gayle takes a 'break', says will skip ODIs against Men in Blue and Big Bash League

Chris Gayle said: "West Indies called me to play ODIs, but I am not going to play. They (selectors) want me to play with the youngsters, but for this year I am going to take a break."

Parliament's Winter Session: Uproar in RS over JNU protests; Left calls for probe over cop action, BJP demands Central govt 'oversight' of activities
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Parliament's Winter Session: Uproar in RS over JNU protests; Left calls for probe over cop action, BJP demands Central govt 'oversight' of activities

Members of Left parties and the BJP on Friday clashed in Rajya Sabha over the issue of Jawaharlal Nehru University students' protest against a hike in hostel fees

JNU justifies revision of hostel fee by claiming it faces 'deficit of over Rs 45 crore' due to huge electricity, water bills and salaries of contractual staff
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JNU justifies revision of hostel fee by claiming it faces 'deficit of over Rs 45 crore' due to huge electricity, water bills and salaries of contractual staff

Justifying revised hostel fee by its administration, varsity said, 'While JNU charges admission fee Rs 300 per annum, Central University of Hyderabad charges around Rs 10,000 per annum'

BCB chief Nazmul Hassan hopeful of attracting Indian players to revamped Bangladesh Premier League
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BCB chief Nazmul Hassan hopeful of attracting Indian players to revamped Bangladesh Premier League

Bangladesh hopes to attract Indian players to its revamped Twenty20 league to boost its international pool and raise the profile of the cash-rich tournament.

'No sympathy for him', says former England captain Michael Vaughan on Shakib Al Hasan two-years ban from international cricket
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'No sympathy for him', says former England captain Michael Vaughan on Shakib Al Hasan two-years ban from international cricket

Former Pakistan captain Rameez Raja said that Shakib's actions and the fallout of those are a classic example of none being bigger than the game

India vs Bangladesh: BCCI president Sourav Ganguly confident that tour will go ahead as planned despite players' strike
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India vs Bangladesh: BCCI president Sourav Ganguly confident that tour will go ahead as planned despite players' strike

The upcoming tour was on Monday thrown into jeopardy after their national team players refused to participate in any cricketing activity until their demands, including a hike in salary, are met.

ESI contribution rate cut a step in right direction, but quality of services at hospitals leaves a lot to be desired
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ESI contribution rate cut a step in right direction, but quality of services at hospitals leaves a lot to be desired

With this reduction, the employers’ contribution to the ESI Act has been reduced to 3.25% from 4.75% and the employees’ contribution has been reduced to 0.75 percent from 1.75%.

High cost of refills keep LPG out of reach for BPL families in Rampur, contradict govt claims on success of UJjwala scheme
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High cost of refills keep LPG out of reach for BPL families in Rampur, contradict govt claims on success of UJjwala scheme

Even though govt data shows the Ujjwala scheme exceeding its target of providing 5 crore subsidised LPG connections, the scheme has been a dud on the ground with BPL families claiming they can't afford LPG refills

Arun Jaitley says extreme poverty falling, to end by 2031; links it to rapid economic growth, urbanisation
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Arun Jaitley says extreme poverty falling, to end by 2031; links it to rapid economic growth, urbanisation

Arun Jaitley said the number of people who live in poverty will drop to below 15 percent in three years and to a negligible level in 10 years

Starvation deaths emerge as key poll issue in Jharkhand as ration card woes keep vulnerable groups hungry
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Starvation deaths emerge as key poll issue in Jharkhand as ration card woes keep vulnerable groups hungry

Activists claim that anomalies in the public distribution system (PDS) in Jharkhand is a major contributor of malnutrition among children in the state, the BJP government in the state, however, denies these allegations

'NYAY pro-people, not populist': Congress defends minimum income scheme, seeks to clarify doubts on funding, implementation
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'NYAY pro-people, not populist': Congress defends minimum income scheme, seeks to clarify doubts on funding, implementation

In an attempt to clear the air over its much touted Nyuntam Aay Yojana (NYAY) or Minimum Income Support Programme (MISP) scheme, the Congress party has released a FAQ document to dispel the controversies surrounding the scheme.

UK court sets trial date for Nasir Jamshed and two others in ongoing spot-fixing investigation
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UK court sets trial date for Nasir Jamshed and two others in ongoing spot-fixing investigation

Former Pakistan opener Nasir Jamshed and two other men have been given a trial date after they were accused of conspiring to offer bribes to professional cricket players.

New Zealand vs Bangladesh: Mashrafe Mortaza says absence of Shakib Al Hasan has made challenge of winning ODI series tougher
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New Zealand vs Bangladesh: Mashrafe Mortaza says absence of Shakib Al Hasan has made challenge of winning ODI series tougher

Bangladesh’s only win in New Zealand came in 2015 when they beat Scotland by six wickets in a World Cup group match at Nelson.

Steve Smith to undergo elbow surgery, likely to miss stint with Multan Sultans in Pakistan Super League
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Steve Smith to undergo elbow surgery, likely to miss stint with Multan Sultans in Pakistan Super League

Suspended Australia cricketer Steve Smith is set to undergo an elbow surgery two months before his ban is to end, putting his availability for the Pakistan Super League (PSL) under cloud.

BPL 2019: 20 punters expelled from Sher-e-Bangla Stadium for illegal betting, banned from attending games for remainder of season
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BPL 2019: 20 punters expelled from Sher-e-Bangla Stadium for illegal betting, banned from attending games for remainder of season

A special temporary courthouse at Dhaka's main cricket stadium expelled 20 punters for placing illegal bets during the first three days of the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL), an official said Wednesday.