Mohammad Asif makes his way to Southwark Crown Court

The Asif enigma

Unlike other Pakistani cricketers who have strayed, he has not been at pains to show penitence

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N Srinivasan and Sundar Raman arrive for an ACC meeting

India cricket

IPL = Alibaba and the Forty Thieves?

Former India allrounder Kirti Azad questions the functioning of the IPL and BCCI in his piece for the DNA

MS Dhoni watches as Asad Shafiq's middle stump is pegged back by Yuvraj Singh

Pakistanis should stop crying fixing

The obsessive tendency to paint players as corrupt following every defeat has served to deflect attention from the team's real problems

Indian cricket

Indian cricket on a downward spiral

Shiv Visvanathan, in Deccan Chronicle, explains how the troubles Indian cricket faces in recent times and the silence of reputed voices has left him jaded

Shane Watson is miked up by the television crew before going out to bat

The cons of miking up players

Getting players to commentate on their strategies from the field could invite mischief and corruption

Corruption in cricket

'That's when my life changed'

In a five-part interview with NewstalkZB, Lou Vincent details how he got into fixing

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ICC annual conference 2014

Cricket makes 'a fool of itself'

hloe Saltau, writing in the Sydney Morning Herald, says the support Srinivasan has received from other ICC members does not improve the game's image when it comes to fighting corruption.

Past and present: Anil Kumble shares a few words with Rahul Dravid

Cricket's twin towers of evil

If the game's custodians are serious about stamping out fixing and chucking they must empower umpires and encourage respected players to speak out and share information about wrongdoing

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India cricket

'All investigations till now are independent silos'

In an interview with the Week, former Delhi Police commissioner Neeraj Kumar shares his views on the fixing scandal of IPL 2013 and the ongoing probe led by Justice Mukul Mudgal