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Justice Lodha is right. Betting must be legalised
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Legalise betting in cricket: Justice Mudgal

Justice (Retd) Mukul Mudgal, who headed the IPL spot-fixing and betting probe, batted for legalising betting in the country. He further said that it would help prevent corruption in cricket. "It will help in reducing spot fixing and other illegal ... NetIndia123.com, 2 months ago
Justice Lodha is right. Betting must be legalised catchnews.com, 2 months ago
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Justice Mudgal advocates for legalization of betting in cricket

Asked about legalising betting in the sport, Justice Mudgal said he supports such a step as it would help prevent corruption in cricket. “It will help in reducing spot fixing and other illegal practices, the government will also be able to make money ...
 Jagran Post2 months ago Mukul Mudgal Calls For Legalising Betting in Cricket  NDTV2 months ago

Justice Lodhas order is a landmark. But is it enough to clean up cricket?

There can be no question that the Justice Lodha Committee delivered a landmark order on 14 July. It can spark at least a hint of a revolution in the manner in which cricket is administered by the Board of Control for Cricket in India. The committee banned ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago

BCCI, IPL Two Faces of Problem Child

CHENNAI: Frankenstein is a famous English novel that goes beyond literary confines. For close to two centuries, the name has been popularly used to describe a situation where a creation becomes terrifying or destructive for its maker. The Indian ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago

Short Of Good Length Just Ain't Cricket

The Supreme Court might soon pass an order, forcing the BCCI and its affiliates to drastically change their ways of functioning The BCCI has challenged the Lodha Committee recommendations at the SC, but has mostly faced the court's wrath Other ...
 Outlook India1 week ago
Indiatimes

9 Times The Supreme Court Came To The Rescue Of The Common Man

Be it the release of Delhi University Prof GN Saibaba or the non-release of funds by Centre to drought hit states, there have been scores of the judgements where the Supreme Court of India has lambasted union government, state government, ...
 Indiatimes2 weeks ago
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The end is near for the BCCIs 87-year-old zamindari system

It was always on the cards: the zamindars of Indian cricket would not easily loosen their vice-like grip on the turf called the BCCI. After all, they have stoutly defended the bodys structure, size and contours for 87 years now. But, after the RM Lodha ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago

BCCI to file affidavit in SC

BCCI on Friday unanimously decided to file an affidavit in the Supreme Court pointing out the "anomalies and difficulties" in implementing the Justice Lodha Committee recommendations on the restructuring of the cricket board. It was decided in ...
 New Delhi Pioneer2 months ago

Relentless pursuit to clean-up BCCI: Verma files conflict of interest complaint against Jt Secy Choudhary

Mumbai: Aditya Verma, the secretary of the Cricket Assocition of Bihar (CAB), has lodged a complaint with the Board's Ombudsman A P Shah that the BCCI's joint secretary, Amitabh Choudhary, has conflict of interest and wanted it to be looked into. ...
 Firstpost.com2 months ago
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