Reacting sharply to the ouster of Lalit Modi and three top officials through a no confidence motion, which was allegedly passed in a controversial manner, former RCA vice president Mehmood Abdi called it a black Day for Rajasthan Cricket.
Former Indian Premier League commissioner Lalit Modi was on Monday ousted from the Rajasthan Cricket Association (RCA) as the members of the association passed a no-confidence motion against the president and his office-bearers.
Rival factions of Rajasthan Cricket Association will test their strengths when the no confidence motion against top four office bearers, including former IPL commissioner Lalit Modi, is put to vote during the Extraordinary General Meeting here on Monday.
The Rajasthan High Court on Wednesday granted relief to the office-bearers of the Rajasthan Cricket Association (RCA) by quashing the no-confidence motion by which a faction of the RCA had removed president Lalit Modi and a couple of other office bearers.
The encounter in Arnia sector of Jammu region close to Indo-Pak border finally ended on Friday morning after the remaining fourth militant was gunned down by security forces.Here is an exclusive report.
As the Supreme Court resumed its hearing in connection with the Indian Premier League (IPL) spot-fixing case, former IPL commissioner Lalit Modi on Thursday said that N Srinivasan can't fool the nation by covering up for his son-in-law Gurunath Meiyappan.
Suspended IPL commissioner Lalit Modi on Monday created a flutter by claiming that he was financing Aditya Verma's petition against BCCI President-in-exile N Srinivasan and others in the IPL spot-fixing case.
Former Indian Premier League chairman Lalit Modi, on Monday lashed out at N Srinivasan and said that all the BCCI members that voted in favour of the latter, must be disallowed or banned to participate in any cricket activity. Modi also stated that IPL franchises Chennai Super Kings and Rajastan Royals must be cancelled from the mega cricket event.
After the Supreme Court disclosed four names on Friday that were probed by the Justice Mudgal Committee during the hearing of the Indian Premier League (IPL) spot-fixing case, former IPL czar, Lalit Modi stated all named in the report should be locked up for doing what they did.
New Zealand cricket great Chris Cairns faced fresh legal issues Wednesday with former Indian Premier League boss Lalit Modi reported to be seeking more than £2.4 million ($3.8m) in damages and costs over a libel case.
It seems there is no taker for Board of Cricket Control in India (BCCI) directives, at least in Rajasthan. The much maligned BCCI-Lalit Modi feud, which has consumed a sizeable portion of Rajasthan Cricket Association (RCA), witnessed another installment of obscure politics on Saturday when the all power-full cricket board's call for a disciplinary committee meeting was proved a non-starter.