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Rajiv Shukla may not continue as IPL chief
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Rajiv Shukla may not continue as IPL chief

It is important to mention that Shukla resigned as IPL Commissioner following the 2013 spot-fixing saga DNA, 3 days ago

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Sreesanth set to defy BCCI life ban, to play for Kerala club

Speedster S Sreesanth, who was charged for spot-fixing during the IPL 6 in 2013 and banned by the Board of Control for Cricket in India, is all set to return to the playing field. Ignoring the BCCI ban on him, the pacer is set to represent Ernakulam Cricket Club in a first division two-day game starting on February 19. This after the BCCI refused to issue a No Objection Certificate that would allow him to play club cricket in ScotlandSreesanth launched a scathing attack on the BCCI ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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IPL auction could be most muted so far

Teams play safe, retain star players, total purse at Rs 148 crore versus Rs 198 crore last year, reports Urvi Malvania. MUST READ: IPL 2017 auctions: Players who will go under the hammer Watch out for these guys at the IPL auction The promoters of the Vivo Indian Premier League franchises will be back on the bidding floor as they try and get the combinations right for this year's tournament. The last edition of the first 10-year cycle of the IPL, the 2017 edition has eight teams ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago

Former U-19 WC winning player Harmeet arrested

Former Under-19 World Cup winning player Harmeet Singh's career hit another road block when the left-arm spinner was arrested for driving his car on to the platform of the Andheri station on the Western Railway here on Monday morning and setting panic among ...
 Deccan Herald2 days ago

So the saga of Lodha reforms continues

Since when has the Supreme Court become a reformist body?The critical question was posed by critics when the apex Court appointed Rajendra Mal Lodha Committee first to fix the quantum of punishment for those found guilty of spot fixing in the 2013 Indian ...
 Prokerala1 month ago

SC to name BCCI admins, modifies order on disqualification

Names of members of the proposed panel to run the administration of cash-rich BCCI would be decided on January 24 by the Supreme Court, which today gave a ray of hope to some disqualified administrators modifying its earlier order that debarred a person ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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Justice Khehar makes history

Justice Jagdish Singh Khehar is the first Sikh Chief Justice of India.Sayan Ghosal reports. January 4 marks a historic day for the nation, as the President swore in the 44th Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. Justice Jagdish Singh Khehar is the first Sikh Chief Justice of India, taking over from former Chief Justice Tirath Singh Thakur who completed his 13-month tenure on January 3. According to Manish Tiwari, senior advocate, Supreme Court, the tradition of leading the apex court with ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

10 challenges for Indian Cricket in 2017

Cricket in India has never before had the success as at present. Indian cricket ranking is number Uno as a Test team, in the second spot and third spot in the limited 20 and 50-over format respectively. The IPL is a huge financial success and cricket as a ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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Cricket can never be free of corruption: Salman Butt

Tainted former Pakistan captain Salman Butt does not believe cricket can ever be free of corruption, but has praised the mechanism put into place by the ICC and member boards to safeguard players from corrupt elements in the game. In an interview with PTI, Butt who has tasted his biggest cricketing success this week, since his five-year ban for spot-fixing expired in September 2015, said corruption could not be eradicated completely from cricket. The Spot-Fixing saga "I have been there and I ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Sachin refuses to comment on Lodha panel, says changes needed for improvement

New Delhi: Refusing to comment on the R.M. Lodha Committee's recommendations, former India batsman and captain Sachin Tendulkar asserted on Saturday that "everything is not perfect and changes are needed to be made to ensure India remains the leading side in ...
 Sify2 months ago
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