Full Coverage - Pak match-fixing scandal
Kaneria was accused in a British court in of pressuring English bowler Westfield into spot-fixing.
Monday , 11 June '12ECB committee has charged Kaneria and his former Essex teammate Mervyn Westfield with spot-fixing.
Thursday , 22 March '12Mohammad Aamir returned to Pakistan after serving half of a six-month sentence.
Tuesday , 20 March '12While Aamir has completed his jail term, Butt is still serving his 30 months sentence in Britain.
Sunday , 26 February '12Amir was sentenced for six months, but was released earlier this month due to good behavior.
Friday , 3 February '12The former pacer was released after serving three months of his six month sentence.
Saturday , 7 January '12The ICC anti-corruption tribunal had banned Asif after finding him guilty of involvement in spot fixing.
Monday , 21 November '11He said the winning streak is a very positive development for Pakistan cricket.
Tuesday , 8 November '11The Board is also investigating assets of some other members of Pakistan team.
Tuesday , 8 November '11Amir has been moved from Feltham Young Offenders Institution to a Her Majesty's Prison Portland.
Monday , 7 November '11ICC plans to give priority to detection of match-fixing by employing more cricket-savvy officers.
Monday , 7 November '1119-year-old Amir was sent to jail for six months after he admitted his role in scandal before trial begun.
Sunday , 6 November '11Latif said the ICC needs to launch a witness protection, amnesty and rewards program.
Sunday , 6 November '11Bookie Majeed claimed a Pak cricketer was responsible for blowing the lid off trio's involvement.
Sunday , 6 November '11The 68-year-old said cricket related method must be found out to end the career of any suspect.
Sunday , 6 November '11PCB chief said board is left with no choice but to take such preventive measures.
Sunday , 6 November '11Marlon Aronstam claims that he has seen enough in cricket to suggest that fixing remains rife.
Saturday , 5 November '11England captain feels it shouldn't have taken a tabloid sting to expose the spot-fixing scam.
Saturday , 5 November '11Amir was one of three Pak cricketers handed jail sentences for their involvement in spot-fixing.
Friday , 4 November '11Australia vice-captain Shane Watson feels life bans should be handed out to corrupt cricketers.
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