Neeraj Kumar in IPL's latest conflict of interest!

Organisers of the cash-rich Indian Premier League (IPL) may once again find themselves answering questions on conflict of interest.

DNA: Conflict of interest within BCCI over Neeraj Kumar's appointment as ACSU advisor?

Neeraj Kumar, who was recently appointed as the chief advisor of Anti-Corruption and Security Unit (ACSU), has his daughter Ankita working with business entities promoted by IPL governing council chairman Rajeev Shukla’s wife Anuradha Prasad.

Another conflict of interest controversy hits IPL
Another conflict of interest controversy hits IPL

Organisers of the cash-rich Indian Premier League (IPL) may once again find themselves answering questions on conflict of interest. According to a leading daily, Neeraj Kumar, who was recently appointed as the chief advisor of Anti-Corruption and Security Unit (ACSU), has his daughter Ankita working with business entities promoted by IPL governing council chairman Rajeev Shukla’s wife Anurradha Prasad.

Neeraj Kumar appointed Cricket Board's ACSU chief
Neeraj Kumar appointed Cricket Board's ACSU chief

 Former Delhi Police Commissioner Neeraj Kumar was on Monday appointed as chief advisor of the BCCI's Anti Corruption & Security Unit (ACSU) for a term of one year.

Neeraj Kumar set to be BCCI's new Anti Corruption & Security Unit chief
Neeraj Kumar set to be BCCI's new Anti Corruption & Security Unit chief

 The new regime at the BCCI is contemplating appointment of former Delhi Police Commissioner Neeraj Kumar as the chief of board's Anti Corruption & Security Unit (ACSU) in place of Ravi Sawani, who is unlikely to get an extension.

BCCI mulls appointing consultant to strengthen ACSU
BCCI mulls appointing consultant to strengthen ACSU

BCCI President Jagmohan Dalmiya on Tuesday said the cricket Board was contemplating appointing a consultant with an impeccable reputation to strengthen the Anti Corruption and Security Unit (ACSU).

We will ensure a clean IPL: Rajeev Shukla
We will ensure a clean IPL: Rajeev Shukla

Stung by revelations of a player being approached for spot-fixing, IPL Chairman Rajeev Shukla said that stringent measures will be put in place to ensure that the mega-event passes off corruption-free.

Fresh IPL controversy: Rajasthan Royals player claims he received offers to fix matches
Fresh IPL controversy: Rajasthan Royals player claims he received offers to fix matches

In a stunning revelation, a Rajasthan Royals (RR) player claimed that he was approached by a Ranji player to fix Indian Premier League (IPL) matches. The RR player informed the anti-corruption team of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) about the offer, according to reports.

Players must remain vigilant to avoid fixing menace in IPL: Rahul Dravid
Players must remain vigilant to avoid fixing menace in IPL: Rahul Dravid

Former India captain Rajasthan Royals mentor Rahul Dravid on Saturday said that the franchise had put in place systems to prevent a repeat of the 2013 fixing scandal, but the players too need to remain on their guard to avoid any kind of shady approaches.

PCB is interested in reviving Indo-Pak series: Anurag Thakur
PCB is interested in reviving Indo-Pak series: Anurag Thakur

Newly-elected BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur today said Pakistan Cricket Board chief Sharyar Khan was interested in reviving the India-Pakistan series during their meet earlier this week.

ICC have idea on who match-fixers are: Dave Richardson
ICC have idea on who match-fixers are: Dave Richardson

The International Cricket Council had a "far better idea" of the people involved in match-fixing and would do everything in their power to ensure the "sickness" of corruption did not affect the World Cup, Chief Executive Dave Richardson said on Wednesday.

WC organizers put on 'Red alert' as punter ejected from BBL
WC organizers put on 'Red alert' as punter ejected from BBL

The organizers of the ICC cricket World Cup 2015 have been put on 'Red Alert' after a British man, already in ICC's ACSU radar for his alleged betting activities was ejected from two Big Bash League matches in Sydney from the SCG and ANZ Stadium.

Lack of Veg dish: Angry Ishant Sharma leaves Gabba at lunch on Day 3
Lack of Veg dish: Angry Ishant Sharma leaves Gabba at lunch on Day 3

Barely two weeks after mutually sharing the grief of Phillip Hughes' death, Indian team's relations with Cricket Australia is turning sour as pacer Ishant Sharma left the Gabba at lunch on the third day, after finding that there was no vegetarian preparation in the menu.

ICC approves revised anti-corruption code
ICC approves revised anti-corruption code

The ICC today approved its revised anti-corruption code, which makes it possible for a banned player to play domestic cricket before the end of his international ban.

MCC`s World Cricket Committee calls for appointment of new ICC supreme

The appointment of a new International Cricket Council (ICC) supremo has been called by the MCC`s World Cricket Committee to lead the fight against match-fixing with the panel recommending creating a permanent role at the head of the Anti-Corruption and Security Unit (ACSU).

My conscience is clear, no taint on me: Srinivasan

Controversial Indian administrator N Srinivasan on Thursday sought to dispel the notion that he was not the appropriate person to be elected the new ICC Chairman, saying there was no taint on him and his conscience was very clear.

Srinivasan to get nod as ICC chief at conference

Suspended Indian cricket chief Narayanaswami Srinivasan is expected to be anointed as the new ICC chairman at this week`s annual conference in Melbourne which is set to address growing concerns about corruption in the sport.

Bangladesh says ICC let fixed matches go ahead

Bangladesh has accused anti-corruption investigators from the International Cricket Council of allowing a match in a scandal-plagued Twenty20 tournament to go ahead even though it knew it was fixed.

Umar Akmal approached for fixing in 2012

The ghost of match-fixing is back to haunt Pakistan cricket with reports emerging that Umar Akmal was approached to fix matches during a 2012 tour of the UAE but the batsman immediately reported the matter to his team`s security manager.

TV channel finds ICC ACSU officer`s alleged link with bookie

In what could be an embarrassment for the ICC, a top official of its Anti-Corruption and Security (ACSU) unit has allegedly been found to have links with an Indian bookmaker during this year`s World Twenty20 in Bangladesh.