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Rahul Sharma left out of Indian team for 1st ODI

Leg-spinner spinner Rahul Sharma, who tested positive for recreational drugs after being caught at a rave party, was today left out of the Indian cricket team for the first one-dayer against Sri Lanka at Hambantota.

BCCI will study police report before deciding on Rahul Sharma: Rajeev Shukla

Indian Premier League chairman Rajeev Shukla said the BCCI will study the police report before taking any action against Rahul Sharma, who tested positive for drugs in a rave party in Mumbai during the fifth IPL.

Mumbai rave party: Rahul, Parnell claim innocence

Rahul Sharma and Wayne Parnell have claimed innocence.

BCCI reserves its comment till party investigation is over

: The BCCI and IPL on Monday refused to comment or act against the media reports regarding two Pune Warriors cricketers, Wayne Parnell and Rahul Sharma`s detention from a rave party in Mumbai.

IPL 2012 rave party row: Wayne Parnell claims innocence

Wayne Parnell, who was taken for questioning by Police late on Sunday evening after a rave party was busted in Juhu claimed innocence stating that he was not aware of the party going on as he was there to for a different purpose along wih teammate Rahul Sharma.

IPL rave party row: Four cricketers had left the party before raid

The organiser of the rave party Vishesh Vijay Handa has been arrested under the Narcotic Drug and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act.

Now, IPL players in Mumbai rave party?

While IPL 2012 is being talked about as the most entertaining season, there seems to be no end to the controversies related with the cash-rich tourney.