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West Indies batter John Campbell bans for four years for doping violations

West Indies batter John Campbell bans for four years for doping violations

Jamaica: West Indies batter John Campbell has been given a 4-year ban for violating an anti-doping guideline, according to the Jamaica Anti-Doping Commission. A three-member independent panel charged Campbell with evading, refusing, or being unable to submit to sample collection. The independent panel was tasked with releasing an 18-page decision

Australia is set to scrap Afghan test, if Taliban bans women’s cricket

Australia is set to scrap Afghan test, if Taliban bans women’s cricket

Australia: Australia’s cricket board said on Thursday that it will scrap a planned test match against the Afghanistan men’s team if the Asian country’s Taliban rulers do not allow women to play the sport. Australian broadcaster SBS quoted a Taliban representative as saying he did not think women would be

India extends ban on international passengers flights till June-end

India extends ban on international passengers flights till June-end

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) said on Friday international passengers flights will remain suspended till June 30 but the restriction will not apply to international all-cargo operations and flights specifically approved by the aviation regulator. The ban has been in place since March last year. “In partial modification

UP extends ban on strikes in govt departments for another 6 months

UP extends ban on strikes in govt departments for another 6 months

LUCKNOW: The Uttar Pradesh government has extended the Essential Services Maintenance Act (ESMA) in the state, banning strikes in public services, corporations and local authorities under it, for a period of six months, an official spokesperson said on Thursday. A notification to this effect was issued on Tuesday, he added.