I am not involved in any wrongdoings, says Kundra

Facing the heat after he confessed to having placed bets on IPL matches, Rajasthan Royals co-owner Raj Kundra on Thursday defended himself saying he was "not involved any wrongdoings".

BCCI Working Committe meet likely on June 10

BCCI Working Committee is likely to meet on June 10 to discuss the current crisis arising out of betting and spot-fixing in IPL.

Biggest cover-up in cricket, says Modi

Former IPL Commissioner Lalit Modi on Sunday termed the BCCI Emergent Working Committee meeting in Chennai the "biggest cover-up in cricket" and said having Jagmohan Dalmiya as head of an interim set-up was not the solution.

Shukla`s resignation doesn`t absolve him of IPL mess: Modi

Lalit Modi has held Rajiv Shukla responsible for the entire "mess" in India Premier League and said by merely resigning from the position of the IPL chairman doesn`t absolve the politician-cum-cricket administrator from his "wrongdoings".

HC notice on promoting liquor brands during IPL

The Delhi High Court has issued notice to the central government, the Indian cricket board and Sony entertainment channel on a petition alleging that the IPL platform was being used for "promoting liquor brands" and the same was blatantly aired by the TV channel.

Spot-fixing: Cash paid to Sreesanth recovered from Mumbai

Delhi Police on Thursday claimed to have recovered Rs 5.5 lakh, which was part of the Rs ten lakh allegedly paid to cricketer Sreesanth for spot-fixing in an IPL match, from Mumbai.

Discussed matches with Asad Rauf, says Vindoo Dara Singh

Vindoo Dara Singh, who was arrested by the Mumbai Police has reportedly confessed that he was in touch with Asad Rauf.

IPL spot-fixing scandal: Ankeet Chavan gets conditional bail

Tainted cricketer Ankeet Chavan has been given conditional bail by a Delhi court for his marriage and will have to return to jail by June 6.

Srinivasan will be forced to quit: Ex-BCCI Secretary Lele

Beleaguered BCCI President N Srinivasan will eventually have to step down as the choice before him is to go out honourably or exit unceremoniously in the wake of the IPL spot-fixing scandal, former Board Secretary Jaywant Lele said on Thursday.

IPL spot-fixing: Ravi Shastri to head BCCI probe panel?

Former India captain Ravi Shastri and board treasurer Ajay Shirke are likely to be among the three-member commission set up by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to investigate Chennai Super Kings chief executive Gurunath Meiyappan`s alleged involvement in the spot-fixing scandal in the Indian Premier League (IPL).

20 interesting facts about IPL 6!

The sixth edition of the IPL has succeeded in making some remarkable records.

IPL spot-fixing: Business card recovered during raid exposes Gurunath Meiyappan

Mumbai Police has recovered business cards that show Gurunath Meiyappan was in fact the owner and team Principal of the Chennai Super Kings.

IPL spot-fixing: Meiyappan’s phone recovered from yacht

Mumbai Police have claimed that they have recovered Gurunath Meiyappan’s phone from his yacht moored at Marina Bay, Chennai.

Twitterati celebrate MI triumph

Twitter was swamped with congratulatory messages for Mumbai Indians with celebrities from both entertainment and cricket world applauding the Rohit Sharma-led side for clinching its maiden IPL title.

Kumble`s inputs helped me get back bounce and drift: Bhajji

Harbhajan Singh managed to rediscovere his form in the sixth edition of the IPL by relying on flight and the feisty off-spinner attributes his fantastic run in the tourney to former spin partner Anil Kumble.

Six arrested for betting on IPL matches

Six persons were arrested here for indulging in betting on Indian Premier League (IPL) matches, police said on Monday.

Accused in IPL betting case arrested

An accused in the IPL betting case Sanjay Kumar Bafna, against whom a lookout notice had been issued by the police was arrested here on Monday, sources said.

IPL`s Fair Play Award for Chennai Super Kings

Battling spot fixing charges, Chennai Super Kings, who finished runners-up to Mumbai Indians, were given the Fair Play Award in the sixth edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) here Sunday night.

Samson saves Kerala pride as Sreesanth stays behind bars

Teenage sensation Sanju V. Samson appears to have saved the day for Kerala after he bagged the best young cricketer award at the sixth edition of the IPL. The better known cricketer from the state, Sreesanth, meanwhile, cools his heels in jail.

The media is hounding me: Srinivasan

A defiant and combative BCCI President, who has decided to hang on to his position despite the IPL spot-fixing scandal, today said his resignation is being sought only by a "hounding media".