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ICC

abbreviation for INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT.
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The matter came up when the ICC board expressed their concern around the absence of tax exemption from the Indian Government for ICC events held in India, despite ongoing efforts from both the ICC and BCCI to secure the exemption which is a standard practice for major sporting events around the world,' the ICC statement had said after a meeting last week.
On behalf of ICC,I congratulate both these batsmen on their wonderful careers and wish them every success in whatever they pursue in the years to come',he maintained.
ICC Qatar also aims to drive a business-friendly environment in the country and act as the voice of international businesses in the local community.
The fact that this is an eight-year partnership also means there will be a greater degree of consistency across all our major events, which is in keeping with the ICC commercial philosophy of generating product quality and commercial value over a longer time period.
Points will be awarded for each game, with the top four sides at the conclusion of the ICC Women's Championship gaining automatic qualification to the ICC Women's World Cup 2017, to be hosted by the England and Wales Cricket Board.
The ICC, however, didn't mention whether the winner of Inter- Continental Cup would surely progress to play Test matches even if the 10th ranked Test team wins all or a majority of the four qualifying matches.
In total there are 11 individual awards, as well as the two ICC Teams of the Year for Tests and ODIs.
Tom Lee, Head of Hyundai Africa and Middle East Headquarters, said: Hyundai Motor has always been a strong advocate of sports, with the ICC being one of our main partners.
The ICC is first and foremost a court of last resort.
The ICC takes very seriously the information reported by Libyan authorities in relation to the ICC staff members' visit and it will be fully investigated in accordance with ICC procedures following the return of the four staff members," it said.
Once a country joins the ICC (a United Nations subsidiary by the way), it can arrest and take anyone into custody who has violated any number of laws of the UN.
The United States voted unsuccessfully for oversight and control of the ICC by the UN Security Council; it further voted unsuccessfully against an independent prosecutor.