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MCA decides not to challenge BCCI-imposed ban on tainted player Ankeet Chavan
MCA decides not to challenge BCCI-imposed ban on tainted player Ankeet Chavan

Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) on Sunday decided not to challenge BCCI-imposed ban on tainted player Ankeet Chavan.

Mumbai Cricket Association lifts Shah Rukh Khan's Wankhede ban
Mumbai Cricket Association lifts Shah Rukh Khan's Wankhede ban

Mumbai Cricket Association on Sunday lifted the ban on actor Shah Rukh Khan from entering the Wankhede Stadium.

BCCI to introduce Player Agent Accreditation System
BCCI to introduce Player Agent Accreditation System

 Continuing its efforts to clean up the game, the BCCI on Sunday said it will put in place a Player Agent Accreditation System to ensure that those handling the cricketers' commercial interests are bound by a code of conduct.

T20 Leagues threatening future of bilateral series: ICC CEO
T20 Leagues threatening future of bilateral series: ICC CEO

The ICC chief executive David Richardson warned that the growing popularity of the domestic Twenty20 leagues like the IPL, Big Bash and CPL are threatening the survival of bilateral series with the exception of Ashes and big-ticket tours involving India.

Don't see any issue with conflict of interest agreement: Sourav Ganguly
Don't see any issue with conflict of interest agreement: Sourav Ganguly

Asserting that there is no reason to fear signing the 'conflict of agreement' understanding, former India captain Sourav Ganguly has said that the BCCI's move to make cricket a clean affair should be taken in the right spirit.

Sarfaraz Khan's younger brother Musheer to play in England
Sarfaraz Khan's younger brother Musheer to play in England

Musheer Khan, the cricket prodigy, is all set to travel to England on a month-long cricket tour in August.

Cricketers have no role in spot fixing: Suresh Raina
Cricketers have no role in spot fixing: Suresh Raina

 Indian batsman Suresh Raina on Monday came out in defence of cricketers, saying that they have no role in spot fixing.

Lalit Modi's lawyer alleges death threats from mafia don
Lalit Modi's lawyer alleges death threats from mafia don

 Former IPL chief Lalit Modi's lawyer Mehmood M. Abdi has lodged a complaint about receiving death threats from mafia don Ravi Pujari, a police officer said on Monday.

ED moves special PMLA court seeking non-bailable warrant against Lalit Modi
ED moves special PMLA court seeking non-bailable warrant against Lalit Modi

Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Monday moved a sessions court in Mumbai seeking to obtain a non-bailable warrant against former IPL chief Lalit Modi

Sreesanth arrives home to emotional welcome
Sreesanth arrives home to emotional welcome

Cleared by a Delhi court of charges pertaining to the IPL spot-fixing case, including the one linking him to Dawood Ibrahim, S Sreesanth on Sunday said if he had any connection with the country's most wanted fugitive, he would not have been a cricketer.

Have no regrets or complaints, want to revive India career, says S Sreesanth
Have no regrets or complaints, want to revive India career, says S Sreesanth

A Delhi court on Saturday dropped charges against cricketer S. Sreesanth and 35 other accused in the 2013 IPL spot-fixing case, saying the prosecution failed to establish the nexus of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim's crime syndicate in cricket betting.

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."

Pragyan Ojha's five-for gives India A 154-run lead over Australia A
Pragyan Ojha's five-for gives India A 154-run lead over Australia A

Pragyan Ojha picked up an impressive five-wicket haul as India A bowled out Australia A for 268 before extending their lead to 154 runs by the end of third day's play in the first unofficial cricket Test, here today.

Sunil Gavaskar-owned PMG sign promising batting prospect Sarfaraz Khan
Sunil Gavaskar-owned PMG sign promising batting prospect Sarfaraz Khan

 Batting legend Sunil Gavaskar-owned Professional Management Group (PMG) on Thurdsay announced the signing of promising batting talent Sarfaraz Khan on a three-year deal for an undisclosed fee.

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.

Sourav Ganguly bats for kabaddi
Sourav Ganguly bats for kabaddi

Enthralling a packed crowd with his recitation of the National Anthem to kick off the Kolkata leg of the Pro Kabaddi League, former India cricket captain Sourav Ganguly today batted for the sport and urged the local franchise Bengal Warriors to win it for the city.

Court issues Letters Rogatory to Mauritius, Singapore in Lalit Modi case
Court issues Letters Rogatory to Mauritius, Singapore in Lalit Modi case

The special court for Prevention of Money Laundering Act cases here today issued letters rogatory (LR) to Singapore and Mauritius in connection with the case registered by Enforcement Directorate against former IPL boss Lalit Modi.

Sourav Ganguly in working group to draw up roadmap for IPL-9
Sourav Ganguly in working group to draw up roadmap for IPL-9

 Former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly was today named in the four-member working group formed to draw up the roadmap for IPL 9 even as the BCCI sought to dispel the notion that it was dilly-dallying in implementing the Justice R M Lodha Committee's verdict, saying it has already accepted the order in totality.

BCCI names Thakur, Shukla, Ganguly, Chaudhary in four-member group to study Lodha committee verdict
BCCI names Thakur, Shukla, Ganguly, Chaudhary in four-member group to study Lodha committee verdict

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Monday named its four-member group to study Justice RM Lodha committee verdict on the IPL betting scandal.