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ESPNCricinfo:-  Coach Stuart Law has been suspended from West Indies’ first two ODIs against India, and will not be allowed to share the dressing room with the team. Law was fined 100% of his match fees and earned three demerit points for a breach of the ICC’s code of conduct during the second Test against India in Hyderabad. Law was […]

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As Saint Lucia observes Cancer Awareness Month, cancer patient, Dr. Vasantha Chase, is encouraging men and women to get tested, declaring that detection of the disease is not a death sentence. Chase has asserted that early detection provides the best protection. She stressed  the importance of conducting periodic health examinations. However Chase disclosed that many […]

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ESPN Cricinfo:-  The ICC will aim to fast track policies to crack down on sexual harassment in cricket, with the view of implementing them ahead of the Women’s World T20 that begins on November 9 in the Caribbean. It hopes to discuss its ‘Safeguarding Policy and Guidelines’ at its quarterly meetings beginning Wednesday in Singapore. The […]

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USA Today:-  SAN FRANCISCO – Two weeks ago, Chinedu Valentine Okobi, who had been darting in and out of traffic on a busy downtown street in Millbrae, California, went into cardiac arrest after being tackled by San Mateo County sheriff’s deputies and repeatedly tased. The drama unfolding over the death in police custody of this 36-year-old father […]

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Former Police Commissioner, Cuthbert Phillips, believes it is time to decriminalise marijuana. Phillips observed that countries which at one time were opposed to the herb have now found it necessary to legalise its use. He told St Lucia Times he did not see any reason why people should be incarcerated  for ganja. “When you look […]

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