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BCCI now compelled to implement Lodha committee findings: Shashank Manohar

Fixing Saga: Cleaning the IPL Mess

The recent 'order' by the Supreme Court appointed Committee led by Justice Lodha has put the future of the Indian Premier League in a spot of bother. The suspension of Rajasthan Royals and Chennai Super Kings has put a big question mark on the credibility of ... MSN India, 1 week ago

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Afternoon Despatch & Courier

BCCI GC to discuss fresh auctions, team bidding on July 19

New Delhi: The top brass of the Indian cricket board got into a huddle after the Supreme Court appointed Justice RM Lodha committee banned Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals for two years from the cash-rich IPL besides imposing life ...
 Afternoon Despatch & Courier2 weeks ago Why BCCI is wary of terminating CSK, Royals from IPL  Rediff.com1 week ago BCCI to discuss fresh auctions, Gavaskar says tough to imagine IPL without Dhoni  IndiaTV News2 weeks ago BCCI to discuss fresh auctions, new team bidding, de-merger  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

Raj Kundra's statement is contempt of Supreme Court order: Petitioner Aditya Verma

Slamming Raj Kundra's criticism of Justice Lodha Committee's order of suspending the Rajasthan Royals owner from any cricketing activity for life, petitioner in IPL spot-fixing scandal Aditya Verma on Thursday claimed that the London-based businessman's ...
 DNA1 week ago Kundra's statement is contempt of Supreme Court order: Verma  Rediff.com1 week ago Raj Kundra's statement is contempt of Supreme Court order: Aditya Verma  Zee News1 week ago

Royal commission exposes dodgy unions: PM

Mr Abbott defended commissioner Dyson Heydon a day after theformer High Court justice questioned Opposition Leader BillShorten's credibility as a witness. Mr Shorten spent two days on the stand at the commission, beingquizzed over his days as the ...
 Northern Territory Government2 weeks ago
Legal Cheek

Royal Courts of Justice chiefs in security crackdown to beat terror threat

But crisis looms over fire extinguisher shortfall In this era of heightened terror threats, it is reassuring to see staff at London's Royal Courts of Justice are taking no chances. Security supremos at the George Edmund Street-designed ...
 Legal Cheek3 weeks ago
The Telegraph

Feel bad for youngsters: Rahul

Rahul Dravid emphasised the decision of the Supreme Court-appointed Justice Lodha committee to ban both Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals from the IPL for two years must be respected. At the same time, he feels the decision is going to affect the young ...
 The Telegraph1 week ago IPL verdict 'disappointing for players' - Dravid  ESPN Cricinfo1 week ago Disappointed for players, but respect SC decision to ban CSK, RR: Dravid  Sify1 week ago I respect SC decision but disappointed for players: Dravid  Deccan Herald1 week ago
Times of India

I have been wronged, says Kundra

Suspended for life from taking part in any form of cricketing activity by the Supreme Court-appointed Justice Lodha Committee, Rajasthan Royals' former co-owner Raj Kundra on Wednesday said he has been wronged. Reacting to the three-member Justice Lodha ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago I have been wronged, says Raj Kundra  Times of India2 weeks ago IPL 2013 Scandal: I have been wronged, says Raj Kundra  One India2 weeks ago

IPL group to study Lodha ruling, decide on next steps

The high-profile IPL governing council that was supposed to look into the Supreme Court-appointed three-member Justice Lodha committee’s report and find a way forward has decided to form a “working group” to study the order and offer some ...
 Asian Age1 week ago

IPL scam: Finally, honesty and justice prevails, says Lalit Modi

Former IPL commissioner Lalit Modi hailed Supreme Court-appointed high-level Committee's verdict banning Mahendra Singh Dhoni led Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals from the Indian Premier League for two years. In a series of tweets, Modi slammed N Srinivasan and the BCCI. He said that the two franchises should have been suspended permanently and have gotten away with lighter punishments of just two years. Modi also called for N Srinivasan's removal as ICC president.In his ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago IPL Spot fixing: Lalit Modi lauds Lodha panel's landmark verdict  Ani News2 weeks ago 'BCCI cover up failed only because the courts intervened'  Rediff.com2 weeks ago First honest decision on Indian cricket, shame on BCCI: Lalit Modi  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

CSK, Royals verdict at 1 pm

The Supreme Court committee headed by ex-CJI RM Lodha is set to prescribe punishment for Chennai Super Kings official Gurunath Meiyappan and Rajasthan Royals co-owner Raj Kundra for being involved in betting in IPL 2013. The verdict will be announced at 1 pm today. The apex court, on 22nd January 2015, had held that the allegation of betting against Meiyappan, son-in-law of former Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) president N Srinivasan, and Kundra stands proved while the ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Lodha panel to pronounce CSK, RR verdict today  Times of India2 weeks ago
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