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Big Three

The three major tropical infections—HIV/AIDS, malaria, tuberculosis—which receive the bulk of international funding for prevention and treatment.
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Zaka said as PCB chairman he stood alone against the Big Three formula of the International Cricket Council under which India, England and Australia had to get a lion's share of the global body's income while rest of the members countries had to get nominal share from the profit.
Earlier, BCCI was unable to gain the confidence of other member nations as it lost 9-1 in voting for a change in the governance structure that would threaten the Big Three structure.
The Big Three model that was approved in 2014 gives India the lion's share of the revenues and a big say in governance along with the Australian and England cricket boards.
In a comprehensive formal response to the campaign launched by the Big three US airlines to block competition and roll back the benefits of Open Skies, Etihad Airways has urged the US government to 'keep the skies open'.
CRAIG SIVES expects the big three to be in a league of their own in this season's Championship - but hopes Livingston can still break Hearts in tomorrow's Petrofac Training Cup tie.
All the countries that play cricket are the stakeholders in this game but sadly, it is being hijacked or monopolised or politicised by three countries, known as the Big Three.
Whether or not they win another title, the Heat will surely have a hard time keeping the Big Three together because of their higher asking price.
These series offered are just bribery for Pakistan so that the PCB can vote in favour of the Big three for their proposal," he said.
I think the big three will be able to do more for the category than startups," he said.
The big three credit ratings agencies--Moody's Investment Services, Fitch Ratings and Standard & Poor's lost a bit of their luster during the recession as many of their top ratings (AAA) issued during the economy's most recent boom years turned out far more disappointing than expected, especially where real estate was concerned.
REFORM of the system is something we hear from the big three parties.
SALES in the US took a hammering in 2009 with the big three reporting awful figures for the year.