The Board of Control for Cricket in India holds The Sahara Group responsible for failure of arbitration talks Posted On Thursday, May 23, 2013 at 09:34:34 AM THOSE WERE THE DAYS! Apart from the team sponsorship, Sahara also sponsored BCCI’s domestic ... Pune Mirror, 13 hours ago
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After Vindoo Dara Singh, Board of Control for Cricket in India chief N Srinivasan’s son-in-law Guru Meiyappan is under the scanner now. A police team is in Chennai to question Meiyappan following a statement by Vindoo that he was in touch with the man who is also the team principle -- in other words, the CEO -- of the Chennai Super Kings. The police have also found calls that were made to Meiyappan. Vindoo was arrested on Tuesday in connection with the IPL spot-fixing scandal and the ...Rediff.com, 9 hours ago Fixing: Srinivasan's son-in-law to be quizzed India Blooms, 1 day ago Save the gentleman's game: SC Calcutta Telegraph, 1 day ago SC refuses to ban IPL, slams cricket board on spot-fixing (Lead) Prokerala, 2 days ago
Calcutta: A day after the Sahara Group pulled out of the Indian Premier League (IPL), the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) came up with its reply, rejecting Sahara's claim that it had failed to expedite the arbitration process to reduce franchisee ...The Telegraph, 19 hours ago No talks with Sahara on pullout: BCCI India Blooms, 1 day ago
The Madras High Court Bench here on Wednesday ordered notice to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on a public interest litigation petition seeking a direction to the Centre to take control of the management of the BCCI and the Indian Premier ...The Hindu, 12 hours ago Spot-fixing row Madras High Court issues notice to IPL chairman cricket board New Delhi News.Net, 1 day ago Madras High Court issues notice to BCCI & IPL Commissioner DDI News, 1 day ago Madras HC issues notice over PIL seeking government intervention in T20-League, BCCI Cricbuzz.com, 1 day ago
Viewd by: 26 Not rated yet Indian cricketer S Sreesanth (centre) sits in a police vehicle as he leaves the district court in New Delhi yesterday after being refused bail on spot 22 May 2013 AFP/New Delhi Three cricketers were refused bail yesterday ...Gulf Times, 1 day ago Bowlers refused bail as court raps Indian board Kuwait Times, 1 day ago Indian bowlers' bail rejected as court raps board (AFP) West Australian, 2 days ago Sreesanth denies spot-fixing in Indian T20 MSN New Zealand, 1 day ago
Mumbai, May 22 : Former Indian Premier League (IPL) commissioner Lalit Modi on Wednesday slammed Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) president N. Srinivasan over the spot-fixing scandal that has hit the cash-rich tournament and demanded his ...New Kerala, 12 hours ago Hope BCCI doesn't bury corruption issue: Lalit Modi Mathrubhumi, 6 days ago
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New Delhi: The rot, they say, begins at the top. The accountability, it is widely believed, is meant to be fixed at the top too. The top- down model of corruption is not a novelty in independent India that has, for far too long, witnessed top dogs ...Daily Bhaskar, 1 day ago
Even as the spot-fixing scandal deepened, the Supreme Court on Tuesday pointed the finger at the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), observing that such incidents had taken place due to its lackadaisical approach to reining in erring ...The Hindu, 1 day ago
The Board of Control for Cricket in India has suspended veteran test bowler Shantakumaran Sreesanth and two others for alleged spot-fixing during the Indian Premier League. "As of now, the 3 players ... Ankeet Chavan, Ajit Chandila and S. Sreesanth ...New Zealand Herald, 1 week ago India 'want new betting law' Sky Sports, 3 days ago India to get laws to prevent spot-fixing in cricket? Firstpost.com, 3 days ago India mulls spot-fixing law after arrests Sify, 2 days ago
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The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), which is grappling with the spot-fixing controversy in the Indian Premier League, could face fresh trouble on another IPL front as the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) is planning to seize ...Indian Express, 2 days ago RTI is not applicable to us: BCCI chief Rediff.com, 3 days ago Spot fixing scandal has shaken the very bedrock of cricket Business Line, 4 days ago BCCI says they are incapable of controlling spot-fixing TruthDive, 4 days ago
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