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Singaporean given three-year jail term for bribing referees

Singaporean businessman Eric Ding Si Yang was sentenced to three years in jail on Thursday after being found guilty of bribing three Lebanese soccer referees with prostitutes to fix a match.

Bangladesh`s Mohammad Ashraful gets 8-year fixing ban

Bangladesh cricket authorities banned former captain Mohammad Ashraful for eight years on Wednesday after he was found guilty of match-fixing during a domestic Twenty20 tournament.

Nigeria clash faces fixing probe

Nigeria`s World Cup warm-up friendly against Scotland in London is reported to be the subject of a match-fixing investigation by police.

ICC defends `under-fire` anti-corruption unit despite `victim of restructuring` report

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has reportedly defended the work of its Anti-Corruption and Security Unit (ACSU), despite announcing a review into how the sport cracks down on fixing.

Vietnam players admit match-fixing role: Reports

Around 10 players of Vietnam`s XM Vissai Ninh Binh team have admitted to taking money to fix an AFC Cup match last month, according to the state-run media on Friday.

Srinivasan has cataract surgery but remains mum

BCCI President N Srinivasan, who had a cataract surgery on Wednesday, continued to remain silent on the Supreme Court observation that he should step down for a fair probe into IPL fixing scandal.

Crucial day for BCCI as SC set to hear IPL corruption case today

The Supreme Court will on Tuesday resume hearing on the findings of the Justice Mudgal Committee`s investigation into corruption in the lucrative Indian Premier League (IPL) tournament.

Vincent admits not reporting bookie`s approach

Former New Zealand international Lou Vincent confirmed Thursday that he failed to tell authorities when a bookmaker approached him about fixing a match in Bangladesh, but said that was the extent of any wrongdoing.

IPL spot-fixing case: police file supplementary charge sheet

The Delhi Police on Monday filed in court a supplementary charge sheet in the IPL spot-fixing case against alleged bookie Chandresh Jain alias Jupiter, who is claimed to be linked with underworld don Dawood Ibrahim, and his aide Chhota Shakeel in the organised crime syndicate.

HC to hear PIL on IPL match-fixing `in chamber` next week

A division bench of Bombay High Court on Wednesday decided to hear a public interest litigation seeking a joint probe by central agencies, such as Income Tax department, Enforcement Directorate and CBI, into the alleged nexus of cricket players and bookies in the judges` chamber.

No harm in legalising betting: CBI director

With betting in IPL tournament estimated to be around Rs 66,000 crore business, CBI Director Ranjit Sinha on Tuesday said there is no harm in legalising betting as there was no point in a ban which cannot be enforced.

IPL spot-fixing: SC-appointed panel will speak to Sreesanth next

The Supreme Court-instituted three-member committee probing the IPL spot-fixing scandal will speak to banned pacer S Sreesanth, Rajasthan Royals co-owner c and a few others, including commentator Harsha Bhogle, when it meets for three days here starting November 16.

IPL spot-fixing case: Two more accused get bail

Two more accused in the IPL spot- fixing case on Thursday granted interim bail by a Delhi court on grounds of "parity" with cricketers S Sreesanth, Ankeet Chavann and Ajit Chandila of Rajasthan Royals and 24 others, who are already out on bail.

Dawood Ibrahim offered car to Indian team if they beat Pakistan in 1986: Dilip Vengsarkar

Dilip Vengsarkar revealed that after the pre-match press conference, Dawood visited the Indian dressing room and was introduced as a businessman.

IPL spot fixing: 3 bookies get interim bail

A Delhi court today granted interim bail to three alleged bookies, arrested in IPL spot-fixing case along with three suspended cricketers, on the ground that the "investigation" against them was complete.

IPL spot-fixing: SC-appointed probe panel invites info on Meiyappan

The Supreme Court-appointed committee probing the IPL spot-fixing scandal has called on people having any information on the allegations of betting against BCCI President N Srinivasan`s son-in-law Gurunath Meiyappan and other accused to share their inputs with the panel.