After exoneration, cricketer Sreesanth takes to nets
After exoneration, cricketer Sreesanth takes to nets

A day after he was exonerated by a court in Delhi in the 2013 Indian Premier League (IPL) spot fixing case, former Indian pacer S. Sreesanth on Sunday started his first workout in the nets here.

No laws till date to cover match-fixing: Court
No laws till date to cover match-fixing: Court

Highlighting the problem of match-fixing which had rocked Indian cricket in 2000 with the former captain Mohd Azharuddin's name cropping up, a court here on Saturday expressed anguish that "no laws have been enacted till date to cover these situations."

Chris Gayle to undergo back surgery
Chris Gayle to undergo back surgery

Explosive West Indian batsman Chris Gayle has said he will be out of cricket for two to three months owing to his back problem and is set to undergo a surgery.

Are calls for N Srinivasan's resignations justified?
Are calls for N Srinivasan's resignations justified?

When the Indian Premier League betting scandal was unravelling last year, with exposures of Sreesanth of Rajasthan Royals and Gurunath Meiyappan of the Chennai Super Kings colluding with syndicates in the UAE, then Board president N.Srinivasan's, (who was also owner of the CSK, and Meiyappan's father-in-law) response to calls for him to resign was that he himself had "done no wrong".

Sundar Raman is an employee not decision-maker in BCCI: Anurag Thakur
Sundar Raman is an employee not decision-maker in BCCI: Anurag Thakur

The BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur today made it clear that they would not rush to any decision regarding the controversial IPL Chief Operating Officer Sundar Raman's fate amid calls for his ouster, terming him a mere "employee and not a decision maker".

After IPL scandal, India finally moves closer to sports bill
After IPL scandal, India finally moves closer to sports bill

The much talked about Indian sports bill has finally taken some shape after an initial draft reportedly reached the Union Minister of Sports and Youth Affairs on Wednesday.

No one is bigger than cricket: VVS Laxman on IPL controversy
No one is bigger than cricket: VVS Laxman on IPL controversy

Former India batsman V.V.S Laxman on Wednesday termed the suspension of two Indian Premier League (IPL) teams Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and Rajasthan Royals (RR) as unfortunate, but added nothing is bigger than cricket and the game will ultimately emerge victorious despite the controversy.

Replacing CSK, RR with two new franchises seems only viable option left for IPL
Replacing CSK, RR with two new franchises seems only viable option left for IPL

The beleaguered Indian Premier League (IPL) is likely to add two new franchises to keep the number of competing teams at eight, as insisted by its chairman Rajiv Shukla.

ICC chairman N Srinivasan arrives from US
ICC chairman N Srinivasan arrives from US

ICC Chairman N Srinivasan arrived here on Sunday after his sojourn in the USA.

BCCI to implement Lodha committee's order in toto
BCCI to implement Lodha committee's order in toto

Tasked by a judicial committee to suspend Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals in the wake of the betting scandal in 2013, the IPL Governing Council on Sunday decided to implement the panel's order in toto and set up a working group to work out the modalities.

IPL scandal: Ajay Shirke raises termination issue, doesn't find support
IPL scandal: Ajay Shirke raises termination issue, doesn't find support

The much-debated termination issue of the suspended IPL franchises Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals did not find many takers during the IPL Governing Council meeting in Mumbai on Sunday with the exception of former BCCI treasurer and GC member Ajay Shirke.

IPL: BCCI to constitute working group, report recommendations to Governing Council
IPL: BCCI to constitute working group, report recommendations to Governing Council

The Governing Council of the popular but troubled Indian Premier League met on Sunday and has decided to constitute a working group which will prepare a road map for IPL.

Jagmohan Dalmiya unlikely to attend IPL GC Meeting
Jagmohan Dalmiya unlikely to attend IPL GC Meeting

BCCI President Jagmohan Dalmiya, who is indisposed, is unlikely to attend tomorrow's crucial IPL governing council meeting in Mumbai.

IPL GC to meet today to lay new road map for T20 League
IPL GC to meet today to lay new road map for T20 League

The Governing Council of the popular but troubled Indian Premier League will meet today to discuss the repercussions of the suspension of Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals, and also to chalk out a new roadmap for the T20 event.

Rahul attacks PM Modi on Land Bill, says his 56-inch chest will be reduced to 5.6 inch
Rahul attacks PM Modi on Land Bill, says his 56-inch chest will be reduced to 5.6 inch

In his sharpest attack yet on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Friday said that the Congress will not let the NDA government pass the Land Acquisition Bill in Parliament and that the PM's “56-inch chest will be reduced to 5.6-inch chest in a matter of six months”.

Deccan Chargers takes cue from Kochi Tuskers, eyes IPL comeback
Deccan Chargers takes cue from Kochi Tuskers, eyes IPL comeback

Comeback stories are probably the most enduring ones in sporting lores. The Indian Premier League (IPL), which has seen the good, the bad and the ugly of cricket, is likely to have its share of comeback stories with erstwhile Deccan Chargers (DC) eyeing a return.

Subramanian Swamy seeks review on CSK suspension order
Subramanian Swamy seeks review on CSK suspension order

 BJP leader Subramanian Swamy on Thursday sought a review of the "excessively harsh" decision to suspend Chennai Super Kings from participating in the Indian Premier League (IPL).

Rajeev Shukla promises bigger, better IPL 9 with more than six teams
Rajeev Shukla promises bigger, better IPL 9 with more than six teams

Indian Premier League chairman Rajeev Shukla on Thursday assured fans that IPL 9 would be better than previous editions as per reports by news agency ANI.

BCCI mulling over running CSK, RR: Reports
BCCI mulling over running CSK, RR: Reports

Indian Premier League's two suspended franchisees Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals may be run by the BCCI under their banner for two seasons. This is after the R M Lodha panel who passed its order on suspending the IPL’s Chennai and Rajasthan franchisees for two years, top BCCI officials were busy on a conference call to decide on the next step to be taken.