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Girls are still being banned from sport - because they are girls 

I’ve mentioned in past posts the 1978 Theresa Bennett case in the UK – where a 12 year old girl wanted to play for a boy’s football team and the Football Association (FA) in its infinite (lack of) wisdom banned her from doing so. 1,076 more words


​"Dhawan's 132* & Kohli 82* helps India to win the first match of the Series by 9 wickets"

After the lost in the Test series cricket fan’s want some performance from Sri Lanka against one of the dangerous side in limited over format India. 236 more words

Cricket Articles

​"Important series for Sri Lanka for World Cup 2019 qualification"

I never saw that in last 10-15 years Sri Lanka’s dominations against India in bi-lateral series. As far as India’s form concerned Indian team will want to repeat the Test performance in ODI also. 240 more words

Cricket Articles

The WICB has consented to discharge chief Jason Holder, batsman Darren Bravo, allrounder Carlos Brathwaite, legspinner Devendra Bishoo, and wicketkeeper-batsman Denesh Ramdin for the Caribbean Premier League, beginning June 30, which is four days after the tri-arrangement last in Barbados. 263 more words

A Busy Winter, Spring & Summer.

Morning all (not sure what time of day or night it is, I’m too busy to tell at the moment),
How are my non-feathery friends holding up in the recent rain? 385 more words


Is The ICC Selectively Targeting African Leaders?

Presently, a total of 124 countries are State Parties to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC) comprising 34 African states, 28 Latin American and Caribbean States 25 Western European and other states, 19 Asia-Pacific States and 18 Eastern Europe countries. 1,186 more words

International Relations

East Libya Elite Force of Khalifa Haftar Refuses International Criminal Court Order To Arrest Mahmoud al-Werfalli For Possible War Crimes


AUG. 16, 2017, 10:24 A.M. E.D.T.

BENGHAZI, Libya — An elite forces unit linked to the army that controls much of eastern Libya has snubbed international efforts to bring to justice one of its senior officers for allegedly executing dozens of prisoners. 447 more words