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From fame to shame: Story of S. Sreesanth

Apurva Ahlawat

Shanthakumaran Sreesanth , born on 6 february 1983 is the first Kerala Ranji player to play twenty-20 cricket  for India. He was a right arm fast-medium-pace bowler and a right handed batsman. 561 more words

Journalism

Technology on Football Betting-related Corruption and Match Fixing

Technology can be a double-edged sword when looking at the global issue of betting-related corruption and match fixing in football.

Betting and Technology

On one hand, the advancements in technology including e-commerce, live online betting or in-play betting are used by unscrupulous criminals based in unregulated betting markets like Asia to place bets anonymously from their smart mobile phone during football matches in other continents like Europe. 373 more words

Football

Protean Pacer Sentenced 8 Year Ban for Fixing Match Charge

In a shocking revealing incident, famous protean pacer Lonwabo Tsotsobe has been accused with the charges of fixing a match during the 2015 edition of the Ram Slam tournament, which is a national level African T20-League. 112 more words

Cricket

International hockey federation to ask hosts England to probe India vs Pakistan fixing charge

By Press Trust of India, Press Trust of India, New Delhi

The International Hockey Federation (FIH) will ask hosts England to investigate India’s allegation that attempts were made to “fix” their Hockey World League Semifinal clash against Pakistan last month. 545 more words

News

Reforming FIFA: Why Recent Reforms Provide Reason for Hope

Over a year has passed since Gianni Infantino was elected President of FIFA. When elected, Infantino promised to reform the organization and win back the trust of the international football community following the numerous incidents of corruption that preceded his tenure as President (see… 727 more words

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