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ICC

(1) See ICC profile.

(2) (Integrated Circuit Card) A credit card-sized or smaller module that contains a CPU and memory. See smart card and ICCID.

International Code Council (ICC)

An organization that is the consolidation of the BOCA, ICBO, and SBCCI.
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The PCB chairman will chair the committee that also includes Indra Nooyi (independent director), Amitabh Choudhary (BCCI acting secretary), Chris Nenzani (CSA president), Imran Khawaja (ICC vice-chairman), Earl Eddings (CA chairman) and Colin Graves (ECB chairman).
The panel, which will be headed by Kate Gallafent, QC, has been set-up to ensure implementation of the ICC Safeguarding Regulations and protection of the welfare of any person(s) engaged in activities in connection with an ICC Event (including Players, Player Support Personnel and others).
During the ICC Annual Conference, PCB Managing Director Wasim Khan and star woman cricketer Sana Mir were named in the ICC Women's Committee as Full Member and Current Player Representatives, respectively.
PCB General Counsel, Barrister Salman Naseer has been included in the ICC's Safeguarding Panel.
"The ICC wants cricket to continue in Zimbabwe in accordance with the ICC Constitution." The Croatia Cricket Federation and the Zambia Cricket Union have both also been suspended for continuing non-compliance with ICC Membership criteria.
At the same meeting, the ICC also approved the introduction of concussion replacements, effective from the first Ashes Test, and a new way of fining players for slow over-rates, with captains no longer at the mercy of suspensions and fines instead being spread across a team.
Expectedly, the UNHRC resolution is not aimed at the ICC, presumably because as a court, the ICC is independent and should be free from political pressures.
ICC judges have yet to rule on the ICC prosecutor's November 2017 request to investigate certain crimes committed in the context of the armed conflict in Afghanistan since May 2003.
It is also recorded that the officials also promulgate the ICC Code of Conduct, which sets professional standards of discipline for international cricket, and also co-ordinates action against corruption and match-fixing through its Anti-Corruption and Security Unit (ACSU).
National courts complemented by the ICC is the best way forward for this,' Kulasegaran said.
Sethi was nominated to the Board of Governors of the PCB (as per the Pakistan Cricket Board Constitution of 2014 approved by the ICC and Supreme Court of Pakistan) by ousted premier Nawaz Sharif from 2014-2017 and then again from 2017- 2020 by former prime minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi.
Soon after the sultanate completed a highly successful hosting of the ICC Cricket World Cup Trophy for two eventful days, Oman Cricket has drawn words of encouragement from International Cricket Council, the game's governing body in the world.