IPL players at yacht parties, frolicking with women had ACSU fuming
IPL players at yacht parties, frolicking with women had ACSU fuming

The owners of several Indian Premier League (IPL) franchises courted trouble in the past for hosting yacht parties and lavish dinners for their players and staff. In an attempt to make cricket free from scandals and controversies, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) had reiterated last year that they have a zero tolerance approach to fraud and corruption.

IPL: Supreme Court panel recommends probe into CSK-RR match

The Supreme Court-appointed Committee on betting and match- fixing in IPL has sought further investigations into the match between Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals in May last year over which Tamil Nadu police has a report implicating an "important" Indian player, Gurunath Meiyappan and a hotelier Vikram Agarwal.

IPL probe: SC panel suggests complete ban on post-march parties

The Supreme Court-appointed panel, which probed the IPL spot-fixing scandal, today gave a slew of recommendations to protect the gentleman`s game from betting syndicates, including a complete ban on post-match parties, BCCI being given access to players` bank accounts and registration of agents and managers of cricketers.

Juhu rave party: Rahul Sharma tests positive, faces arrest

Cricketers Rahul Sharma who detained from a rave party in Mumbai have tested positive for the drugs consumed at a high-profile rave party at a posh hotel in Juhu.