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Tennis match-fixing: eight players in Australian Open suspected!

Match fixing is so common in cricket series that many would prefer to call cricket match-fix because no match is played without fixing its outcome and 100s etc for select batboys beforehand either by the teams themselves, by skippers, by cricket boards and the powerful and rich cricket mafia. In fact, field rules are made, pitches are prepared, and bowlers are selected in order to promote batboys for awards, rewards, money, advertisement endorsements.

Tennis match-fixing: eight players in Australian Open suspected!
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Pakistan lives in Aiyam-e-zaheliat still

Days before I have collected a xerox copy of the letter sent from Pakistan by world noted cricketer Imran Khan to Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina MP. Imran, who is also the chairman of a political party Tehreek-e-Insaf of Pakistan appealed not to execute Salah Uddin Kader Chowdhury's death sentence, a war criminal of 1971 and a member of the standing committee of Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) led by Former Prime Minister Khaleda Zia.

Pakistan lives in Aiyam-e-zaheliat still
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