Former captain Sunil Gavaskar on Thursday expressed surprise at the "fabricated stories" about him questioning N Srinivasan's silence in the match-fixing scandal while reacting to the Mudgal Committee report.
Three powerful associations of the BCCI who conduct Tests regularly - Mumbai, Vidarbha and Punjab, are likely to face the heat from the ruling group of the Board in the wake of the Supreme Court-appointed Justice Mudgal Committee giving a clean chit to N Srinivasan in the IPL 6 corruption probe.
While some of the big names probed by the Justice Mudgal panel in connection with the Indian Premier League (IPL) spot-fixing case have already been disclosed, mystery around 'Individual 3' – who is reportedly said to be a member of the Indian cricket team is yet to be solved.
In what would come as a shot in the arm for N Srinivasan, Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) President Jagmohan Dalmiya has extended East Zone's support to the embattled BCCI President, who is seeking a third term as the Board chief, by signing the nomination papers for the December 17 elections.
Indian cricket legend Sunil Gavaskar has hit out at Gurunath Meiyyapan, son-in-law of ICC President N Srinivasan, over his involvement in betting and also questioned the Tamil Nadu strongman's silence in the whole spot-fixing and betting issue.
The BCCI on Tuesday said that the allegations against ICC Chairman N Srinivasan were baseless and have decided to back IPL COO Sundar Raman, who has been indicted by the Supreme Court in connection with the IPL spot-fixing case.
A day after Mukul Mudgal report on the IPL fixing scandal became public, the all powerful working committee of the BCCI will meet on Tuesday in Chennai, to discuss the Mudgal Committee report and decide on a new date for its upcoming Annual General Meeting.
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BCCI President-in-exile N Srinivasan was on Monday indicted by a probe committee for not acting against an unnamed cricketer accused of misconduct while his son-in-law Gurunath Meiyappan and Raj Kundra were found guilty of betting that could leave their teams CSK and RR in trouble.
Reacting on his indictment by the Justice Mudgal Committee in IPL spot-fixing case, Rajasthan Royals' co-owner Raj Kundra said on Monday to wait till November 24, when the Supreme Court will hear the case next.
In the latest development regarding the Indian Premier League (IPL) spot-fixing case, the Mudgal committee has told the Supreme Court that ICC boss N Srinivasan was not found to be involved in fixing scam.
After the naming of four individuals in the Mudgal Committee report, former Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) president Shashank Manohar urged every individual connected with the game to preserve the dignity and integrity.