The Supreme Court on Wednesday said the Board of Control for Cricket in India should conduct a probe against Narayanaswami Srinivasan and 12 others in the betting and spot-fixing scandal to maintain its institutional autonomy, as it cannot "close its eyes" to the allegations made by the Justice Mukul Mudgal committee. The apex court also allowed Sundar Raman to continue as Chief Operating Officer of the seventh edition of Indian Premier League. A bench, headed by Justice A K Patnaik, however, ... Rediff.com, 6 hours ago
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The Board of Control for Cricket in India’s disciplinary committee has given former Rajasthan Royals off-spinner Ajit Chandila time till March 12 to submit his reply after the Board's Anti-Corruption Unit chief, Ravi Sawani, found him guilty of spot-fixing during last year's Indian Premier League. Chandila appeared before the BCCI disciplinary committee, comprising president N Srinivasan, Rajeev Shukla and Shivlal Yadav in Delhi on Wednesday and placed his defence on the charges levelled ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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The Supreme Court has finally noted the obvious – N Srinivasan is too interested a party to be able to conduct a fair probe into the spot-fixing scandal within the cricket Indian Premier League (IPL). While Srinivasan tries his best to hold on to his ...DNA, 1 week ago
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