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Chennai Super Kings' Petition Challenging Suspension to be Countered by BCCI

Chennai Super Kings' Petition Challenging Suspension to be Cou...

BCCI have been told by Madras High Court to file a counter against Chennai Super Kings' suspension from the IPL by the Lodha committee. AFP The Madras High Court on Thursday directed the Indian cricket board to file its response on the merits and ... NDTV, 6 days ago

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CSK move court against Lodha committee verdict

India Cements Ltd, owner of Chennai Super Kings, has challenged the Lodha panel's decision and has sought a stay on it New Delhi, August 20, 2015 | UPDATED 21:49 IST Chennai Super Kings. (Reuters Photo) IPL's most successful franchise Chennai ...
 India Today1 week ago CSK Fans Pledge Support  New Indian Express4 weeks ago Save CSK campaign: Fans show support by signing petition  India Today1 month ago Chennai Super Kings fans run 'Save CSK' campaign after IPL verdict  India Online.in1 month ago

Thakur plays down Modi's 'fixing' claims against CSK players

The Board of Control for Cricket in India's secretary, Anurag Thakur, gave a clean chit to the three Chennai Super Kings players accused of accepting bribes from a Mumbai-based businessman by former Indian Premier League commissioner Lalit Modi, on Monday.Asked why the BCCI did not take action against the three players, Thakur replied: "If you are referring to Lalit Modi’s e-mail, then let me tell you that ICC has released a press release yesterday that they have received an e-mail from ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago BCCI's Anurag Thakur Plays Down Lalit Modi's Fixing Charges Against Three CSK Players  NDTV2 months ago

India: BCCI explores options to retain eight-team IPL

New Delhi: Stung by the suspension of Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals from the IPL, the BCCI's top officials are now working out a contingency plan to ensure that the high-profile league remains an eight-team affair. The officials have ...
 Gulf Daily News1 month ago BCCI explores options to retain eight-team IPL after verdict against CSK, RR  DNA1 month ago BCCI explores its options; board wants to retain 8-team format  Chandigarh Tribune1 month ago

ICC Probing Lalit Modi's Bribery Accusations Against Three Chennai Super Kings Players: BCCI Secretary Anurag Thakur

File photo of Lalit Modi. Reuters Informing that the International Cricket Council (ICC) was probing former cricket administrator Lalit Modi's bribery accusations against three cricketers including Suresh Raina, secretary Anurag Thakur on ...
 NDTV1 month ago ICC confirms receiving Lalit's e-mail in 2013  Deccan Herald2 months ago

T20 Champions League axed over fans flop

Chennai Super Kings players celebrate with the trophy after the IPL Twenty20 cricket final match against Royal Challengers Bangalore in Chennai on May 29, 2011. Photo: AFP NEW DELHI: The Twenty20 Champions League, an international tournament ...
 Himalayan Times1 month ago Lack of Interest Brings End to Champions League T20  Jakarta Globe1 month ago Champions League Twenty20 Buried, Australians Not Amused  NDTV1 month ago
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Chennai Super Kings Writ Petition: Case Adjourned to 23 September

CSKreceived no interim relief from the Madras High Court. VipinPawar/ SPORTZPICS/ IPL There was no relief for the two times Indian Premier League (IPL) winner Chennai Super Kings (CSK) as the Madras High Court adjourned their petition to 23 ...
 International Business Times India6 days ago CSK plea: Case adjourned to September 23  Cricbuzz.com6 days ago

IPL Working Group Report on Fate of Chennai Super Kings, Rajasthan Royals Ready

IPL Chairman Rajeev Shukla has said the Working Group's report regarding the fate of CSK and RR will be discussed on August 28. AFP The Board of Control for Cricket in India's working committee is expected to discuss on August 28 the IPL Working ...
 NDTV2 weeks ago
Hindustan Times

I respect SC decision but sad for players: Dravid

a skipper Rahul Dravid on Friday said the decision of the Justice Lodha committee to ban Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals from the IPL for two years will affect the young players but the verdict of the Supreme Court-appointed committee has ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago Dravid feels for young players after Lodha panel jolt to IPL  Hindustan Times1 month ago I respect SC decision but disappointed for players: Dravid  Deccan Herald1 month ago Rahul Dravid respects Lodha committee's decision to ban RR, CSK in IPL  PardaPhash1 month ago

No final decision today, Shukla says before IPL Governing Council meeting

NEW DELHI: ‚ÄčAhead of the Governing Council meeting to discuss the future of Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals, IPL chairman Rajeev Shukla made it clear that they will not take a final decision on Sunday. Replying to the query of the ...
 Times of India1 month ago Toughie Shirke Likely on New Clean-up IPL Panel  New Indian Express1 month ago Provision in Place, Can They Use It?  New Indian Express1 month ago #IPLSpotFixing. No Final Decision On CSK And RR Yet: Rajeev Shukla  Indiatimes1 month ago
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