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Sep 30, 2014: BCB president Nazmul Hassan has said the board's 10-year ban on Nadir Shah remains in place, and that a "miscommunication" led to Shah umpiring in a domestic T20 semifinal on September 28
Sep 28, 2014: The Bangladesh Cricket Board allowed umpire Nadir Shah to officiate in a domestic T20 match on September 28, 18 months after giving him a ten-year ban on allegations of corruption
Jun 12, 2014: Nadir Shah, the Bangladesh umpire who was banned for 10 years by the BCB in March 2013 on charges of corruptions, is now a standing umpire in the Southern California Cricket Association
Jun 18, 2013: Nadir Shah, the banned Bangladesh umpire, has submitted a mercy plea to the BCB to lower the number of years of his suspension
Mar 18, 2013: Nadir Shah, the Bangladesh umpire, has been handed a ten-year ban by the BCB on charges of corruption alleged by a TV sting operation in 2012
Oct 15, 2012: The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has formed a three-member committee to investigate allegations of "corrupt conduct by umpires under its jurisdiction"
Oct 8, 2012: Sri Lanka Cricket and the Pakistan Cricket Board have confirmed that both boards have begun investigations into the allegations that several first-class umpires were willing to influence matches for illegal payments
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