IPL-6 spot-fixing scandal: Court to pass order on charge on May 23
IPL-6 spot-fixing scandal: Court to pass order on charge on May 23

A Delhi court on Friday fixed May 23 for pronouncing order on framing of charges in the IPL-6 spot fixing scandal case in which suspended cricketers S Sreesanth, Ajit Chandila, Ankeet Chavan and others, including underworld don Dawood Ibrahim and his aide Chhota Shakeel, are accused.

IPL-6 scandal: Court questions 'match fixing' theory of police
IPL-6 scandal: Court questions 'match fixing' theory of police

The investigation by Delhi Police in IPL-6 spot-fixing scandal case on Monday came under close scrutiny of a local court which questioned its theory of 'match fixing' saying there was prima facie no evidence which showed that matches were fixed by the arrested accused.

IPL spot-fixing: BCCI's Ajay Shirke, RS Shetty deposed before SC-appointed committee
IPL spot-fixing: BCCI's Ajay Shirke, RS Shetty deposed before SC-appointed committee

Three BCCI officials were among four persons who deposed on Thursday before the Supreme Court-appointed Justice Lodha Committee in relation to the IPL spot-fixing scandal.

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S Sreesanth survived murder bid in Tihar jail, claims brother-in-law
S Sreesanth survived murder bid in Tihar jail, claims brother-in-law

In a sensational claim, noted Malayalam singer Madhu Balakrishnan on Friday said his brother-in-law and cricketer S Sreesanth survived a murder attempt in Tihar jail where he was lodged in connection with the IPL spot fixing scam in 2013.

Aditya Verma asks BCCI to nominate a candidate who will hold up majesty
Aditya Verma asks BCCI to nominate a candidate who will hold up majesty

The face of anti N Srinivasan faction Aditya Verma has made an "appeal" to the BCCI members to select an honest candidate for the post of the president in the upcoming polls of the parent body within six weeks.

BCCI logjam: N Srinivasan-Arun Jaitley discussion on cards post ICC meet in Dubai
BCCI logjam: N Srinivasan-Arun Jaitley discussion on cards post ICC meet in Dubai

BCCI president-in-exile N Srinivasan is set to discuss his future course of action with BJP heavyweight and union finance minister Arun Jaitley once the embattled cricket administrator is back from the two-day ICC Board Meeting in Dubai, scheduled to conclude tomorrow.

BCCI needs to be accountable as per SC observation: Sarbananda Sonowal
BCCI needs to be accountable as per SC observation: Sarbananda Sonowal

Expressing the government's desire to bring BCCI under the ambit of the RTI Act, Sports Minister Sarbananda Sonowal on Wednesday reiterated the centre's stance following the Supreme Court ruling that the private cricketing body performs a public function and is amenable to judicial law and review.

N Srinivasan set to chair ICC Board Meeting on January 28, 29
N Srinivasan set to chair ICC Board Meeting on January 28, 29

 Despite Supreme Court of India effectively barring N Srinivasan from contesting the BCCI presidential polls, the Tamil Nadu strongman's position in ICC doesn't seem to be under any kind of threat as he is set to chair the all-powerful ICC Board Meeting on January 28 and 29.

MS Dhoni speaks on IPL scam, doesn't expect speculation to stop
MS Dhoni speaks on IPL scam, doesn't expect speculation to stop

Indian cricket captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni finally broke his stoic silence over the IPL spot-fixing scandal, saying that he does not expect the speculation around his name to stop anytime soon despite nothing concrete coming up against him.

Professional engagement different from commercial interest, says Supreme Court
Professional engagement different from commercial interest, says Supreme Court

Dragging names of former players donning different roles in cricket did not cut much ice for N Srinivasan to remain at the helm of BCCI affairs, as the Supreme Court drew a clear distinction between commercial interest and professional engagement of a player on account of his proficiency in the game.

DNA: N Srinivasan barred from contesting BCCI elections

In a setback to N Srinivasan, the Supreme Court on Thursday barred him from contesting any BCCI election on grounds of conflict of interest and set up a judges committee under a former Chief Justice of India to decide on the punishment in the IPL scam that can threaten the future of Chennai Super

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IPL spot-fixing: Former administrators and players hail Supreme Court verdict
IPL spot-fixing: Former administrators and players hail Supreme Court verdict

Former cricket administrators on Thursday hailed the Supreme Court verdict of barring N Srinivasan from contesting any BCCI election on grounds of conflict of interest, saying that it will end malpractices while bringing transparency in the running of the game in the country.

ODI tri-series: How Indian cricket team can still reach the final
ODI tri-series: How Indian cricket team can still reach the final

The touring Indian team members Down Under may not find themselves as engrossed as others on today's developments on the Indian Premier League (IPL) spot-fixing and betting case's Supreme Court verdict. They themselves are dealing with altogether a different beast at hand. After losing to both Australia and England in the first round matches, India have very limited chance of making it to the final. But, all that matters for the team is winning the tri-series. Because, the defending ICC World Cup champions can't afford to finish third in a tri-series in the run-up to the quadrennial tournament. It will send a wrong signal to everyone.

IPL fixing case: SC bars Srinivasan from contesting BCCI elections

The Supreme Court on Thursday said sidelined BCCI president N Srinivasan cannot contest elections for the Indian cricket board's governing body presidency as long as he is involved in a "conflict of interest" situation as an owner of IPL franchise Chennai Super Kings (CSK).

IPL fixing case: SC bars Srinivasan from contesting BCCI elections- Part II

The Supreme Court on Thursday said sidelined BCCI president N Srinivasan cannot contest elections for the Indian cricket board's governing body presidency as long as he is involved in a "conflict of interest" situation as an owner of IPL franchise Chennai Super Kings (CSK).

Lalit Modi 'extremely happy' with Supreme Court's verdict on N Srinivasan
Lalit Modi 'extremely happy' with Supreme Court's verdict on N Srinivasan

Former Indian Premier League (IPL) commissioner Lalit Modi on Thursday lauded Supreme Court's verdict on IPL betting and spot-fixing scandal and said he was confident of being vindicated.

IPL spot-fixing: Justice Mudgal hails Supreme Court ruling
IPL spot-fixing: Justice Mudgal hails Supreme Court ruling

Retired Justice Mukul Mudgal, who led the probe in the Indian Premier League (IPL) spot-fixing and betting case, hailed the Supreme Court's verdict on Thursday.

IPL spot-fixing: SC bars Srinivasan from BCCI elections, 3-man panel to decide on CSK, Royals' fate
IPL spot-fixing: SC bars Srinivasan from BCCI elections, 3-man panel to decide on CSK, Royals' fate

In a jolt to sidelined BCCI president N. Srinivasan, the Supreme Court Thursday said he cannot contest elections for the Indian cricket board's governing body presidency as long as he is involved in a "conflict of interest" situation as an owner of IPL franchise Chennai Super Kings.