1. You call it zero tolerance policy for corruption: Kaneria mocks PCB after Akmal's ban halved  Devdiscourse
  2. You call it zero tolerance policy for corruption: Danish Kaneria mocks PCB after Umar Akmal’s ban halved  The Indian Express
  3. Danish Kaneria lashes out at PCB after Umar Akmal's sentence is reduced by half  InsideSport
  4. Former Pakistan Spinner Danish Kaneria Alleges Discrimination in PCB After Umar Akmal's Ban is Halved  News18
  5. Relief for Umar Akmal as ban cut short to 18 months  Geo Super
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Former Pakistan spinner Danish Kaneria, who has been trying get his life ban for spot-fixing lifted, on Thursday said PCB's decision to reduce Umar Akmal's suspension for failing to report corrupt approaches smacks of double standards. The likes of Mohammad Amir, Mohammad Asif and Salman Butt, who too were found guilty of spot-fixing like Kaneria, have been allowed back into the PCB fold.Former Pakistan spinner Danish Kaneria, who has been trying get his life ban for spot-fixing lifted, on Thursday said PCB's decision to reduce Umar Akmal's suspension for failing to report corrupt approaches smacks of double standards. The likes of Mohammad Amir, Mohammad Asif and Salman Butt, who too were found guilty of spot-fixing like Kaneria, have been allowed back into the PCB fold.

You call it zero tolerance policy for corruption: Kaneria mocks PCB after Akmal's ban halved

The likes of Mohammad Amir, Mohammad Asif and Salman Butt, who too were found guilty of spot-fixing like Kaneria, have been allowed back into the PCB fold. In fact, Amir is a regular member of the national team.The likes of Mohammad Amir, Mohammad Asif and Salman Butt, who too were found guilty of spot-fixing like Kaneria, have been allowed back into the PCB fold. In fact, Amir is a regular member of the national team.

You call it zero tolerance policy for corruption: Danish Kaneria mocks PCB after Umar Akmal’s ban halved | Sports News,The Indian Express

“You call it zero tolerance policy for corruption. Umar was proved guilty but still his ban has been halved. They showed compassion in his case. Amir, Asif, Salman too were allowed to come back, why leave me out?” he asked while talking to PTI.“You call it zero tolerance policy for corruption. Umar was proved guilty but still his ban has been halved. They showed compassion in his case. Amir, Asif, Salman too were allowed to come back, why leave me out?” he asked while talking to PTI.

You call it zero tolerance policy for corruption: Danish Kaneria mocks PCB after Akmal’s ban halved - cricket - Hindustan Times

Akmal's ban will effectively run from February 2020 to August 2021Akmal's ban will effectively run from February 2020 to August 2021

Danish Kaneria lashes out at PCB after Umar Akmal's sentence is reduced by halfInsideSport | InsideSport

Kaneria is only the second Hindu to play Test cricket for Pakistan and he finished with 261 wickets before being banned by the ECB for life for spot-fixing in county matches. Kaneria is only the second Hindu to play Test cricket for Pakistan and he finished with 261 wickets before being banned by the ECB for life for spot-fixing in county matches.

Former Pakistan Spinner Danish Kaneria Alleges Discrimination in PCB After Umar Akmal's Ban is Halved

Umar hopes for some reduction in the suspension period.Umar hopes for some reduction in the suspension period.

Decision on Umar Akmal case today - Newspaper - DAWN.COM

Umar Akmal will be eligible to play cricket again from August 19, 2021. Umar Akmal will be eligible to play cricket again from August 19, 2021.

Relief for Umar Akmal as ban cut short to 18 months | - GeoSuper.tv

Will appeal against year-and-a-half suspension after consulting my lawyers, says Akmal Will appeal against year-and-a-half suspension after consulting my lawyers, says Akmal

Umar Akmal’s suspension reduced to 18 months from 3 years

Pakistan batsman Umar Akmal said that he was still unsatisfied with the appeal outcome despite his three-year ban being reduced to 18 months. “I am not satisfied with it,” Umar said while speaking to media after Justice (retd) Faqir Mohammad Khokhar announced the decision on an appeal filed by the cricketer. “Many cricketers in the past were given lesser punishments.” The Quetta Gladiators batsman went on to say that he will consider challenging the decision after consulting with his lawyers and family members. “We have the option to file an appeal against the verdict.” The Quetta Gladiators man was stopped from taking part in this year’s Pakistan Super League (P...Pakistan batsman Umar Akmal said that he was still unsatisfied with the appeal outcome despite his three-year ban being reduced to 18 months. “I am not satisfied with it,” Umar said while speaking to media after Justice (retd) Faqir Mohammad Khokhar announced the decision on an appeal filed by the cricketer. “Many cricketers in the past were given lesser punishments.” The Quetta Gladiators batsman went on to say that he will consider challenging the decision after consulting with his lawyers and family members. “We have the option to file an appeal against the verdict.” The Quetta Gladiators man was stopped from taking part in this year’s Pakistan Super League (P...

SAMAA - Umar Akmal ‘unsatisfied’ with appeal outcome despite reduced suspension

Akmal was banned after the Pakistan Cricket Board's disciplinary committee found him guilty of two charges of violating the anti-corruption codeAkmal was banned after the Pakistan Cricket Board's disciplinary committee found him guilty of two charges of violating the anti-corruption code

PSL controversy: Umar Akmal's ban reduced to 18 months - News | Khaleej Times

Umar Akmal was banned for three years after PCB found him guilty of breaching Article 2.4.4 of the Anti-Corruption Code.Umar Akmal was banned for three years after PCB found him guilty of breaching Article 2.4.4 of the Anti-Corruption Code.

Umar Akmal’s ban over corruption charges reduced to 18 months | Sports News,The Indian Express

Akmal had initially been banned for three years for breaching Article 2.4.4 of the PCB Anti-Corruption Code over two separate incidents Akmal had initially been banned for three years for breaching Article 2.4.4 of the PCB Anti-Corruption Code over two separate incidents

Umar Akmal pleaded guilty in April to a charge of failing to report two match-fixing approaches and received a three-year ban for each offence, to run concurrently from February 20.Umar Akmal pleaded guilty in April to a charge of failing to report two match-fixing approaches and received a three-year ban for each offence, to run concurrently from February 20.

Umar Akmal's Ban Reduced To 18 Months, Batsman Wants It Shortened Further | Cricket News

Umar Akmal ban reduced from three years to 18 months | The Cricketer, Pakistan cricket newsThe Pakistan batsman was suspended for three years in April after being charged with two counts of failing to report illicit approaches, a breach of the ICC's anti-corruption code of conduct

Umar Akmal ban reduced from three years to 18 months | The Cricketer

Umar Akmal's <a href='https://www.skysports.com/cricket/news/12343/11979510/umar-akmal-banned-from-all-cricket-for-three-years-by-pakistan-cricket-board'>three-year ban for an anti-corruption breach</a>has been halved by an independent adjudicator, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has confirmed.Umar Akmal's three-year ban for an anti-corruption breachhas been halved by an independent adjudicator, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has confirmed.

Pakistan's Umar Akmal has three-year ban halved to 18 months | Cricket News | Sky Sports

PCB had imposed a three-year-ban on Akmal after he had violated the Article 2.4.4 of the PCB's code of conduct on two occasions.PCB had imposed a three-year-ban on Akmal after he had violated the Article 2.4.4 of the PCB's code of conduct on two occasions.

Umar Akmal's ban over corruption charges reduced from 3 years to 1.5 years - Sports News

Pakistan batsman Umar Akmal's three-year suspension for failing to report corrupt approaches is halved to 18 months, following an appeal.Pakistan batsman Umar Akmal's three-year suspension for failing to report corrupt approaches is halved to 18 months, following an appeal.

Umar Akmal: Pakistan batsman's suspension halved after appeal - BBC Sport

The 30-year-old Pakistan cricketer says he will appeal to get his sentence reduced further.The 30-year-old Pakistan cricketer says he will appeal to get his sentence reduced further.

Umar Akmal ban halved to 18 months - Sportstar

Pakistan batsman Umar Akmal's three-year ban from cricket for failing to report a match-fixing approach was on Wednesday reduced to 18 months on appeal, meaning he can resume playing in August next year. Akmal pleaded guilty in April to a charge of failing to report two match-fixing approaches and received a three-year ban for each offence, to run concurrently from February 20.

Pakistan's Akmal has three-year cricket ban halved on appeal

Umar Akmal was banned for three years after PCB found him guilty of breaching Article 2.4.4 of the Anti-Corruption Code in two separate incidents.Umar Akmal was banned for three years after PCB found him guilty of breaching Article 2.4.4 of the Anti-Corruption Code in two separate incidents.

Pakistan batsman Umar Akmal's three-year ban for an anti-corruption breach has been halved by an independent adjudicator, the Pakistan Cricket ...Pakistan batsman Umar Akmal's three-year ban for an anti-corruption breach has been halved by an independent adjudicator, the Pakistan Cricket ...

Pakistan's Umar Akmal gets ban halved to 18 months - CNA

Cricket News: Former Pakistan spinner Danish Kaneria, who has been trying get his life ban for spot-fixing lifted, on Thursday said PCB's decision to reduce Umar AkCricket News: Former Pakistan spinner Danish Kaneria, who has been trying get his life ban for spot-fixing lifted, on Thursday said PCB's decision to reduce Umar Ak

Danish Kaneria: You call it zero tolerance policy for corruption: Danish Kaneria mocks PCB after Umar Akmal's ban halved | Cricket News - Times of India

Pakistan batsman Umar Akmal's three-year ban from cricket for failing to report a match-fixing approach was on Wednesday reduced to 18 months on appeal, meaning he can resume playing in August next year. Former Pakistan supreme court judge and independent adjudicator Faqir Mohammad Khokhar announced the appeal result, which had been reserved two weeks ago, after a shortPakistan batsman Umar Akmal's three-year ban from cricket for failing to report a match-fixing approach was on Wednesday reduced to 18 months on appeal, meaning he can resume playing in August next

Pakistan's Akmal has three-year cricket ban halved on appeal | The Daily Star

Pakistan batsman Umar Akmal's three-year ban from cricket for failing to report a match-fixing approach was on Wednesday reduced to 18 months on appeal, meaning he can resume playing in August next year.Pakistan batsman Umar Akmal's three-year ban from cricket for failing to report a match-fixing approach was on Wednesday reduced to 18 months on appeal, meaning he can resume playing in August next year.

Pakistan's Umar Akmal has three-year cricket ban halved on appeal