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Lalit Modi set to launch civil claim for fraud against Chris Cairns

Lalit Modi set to launch civil claim for fraud against Chris Cairns

Cairns was last week found not guilty of perjury at Southwark Crown Court.

Chris Cairns perjury trial jury to return Monday

Chris Cairns perjury trial jury to return Monday

Cairns faces a charge of perjury after successfully suing Lalit Modi for accusing him of match-fixing.

Jury retires in Cairns perjury trial

Jury retires in Cairns perjury trial

Cairns's legal adviser Andrew Fitch-Holland, 50, is also accused of perverting the course of justice.

Chris Cairns pocketed more than £250000 for match-fixing: Prosecution

Chris Cairns pocketed more than £250000 for match-fixing: Prosecution

Cairns moved to Dubai in 2008 with his partner to work for a family in the rough diamond industry.

Dinesh Mongia calls Lou Vincent's match-fixing allegations 'baseless', says mulling legal action

Dinesh Mongia calls Lou Vincent's match-fixing allegations 'baseless', says mulling legal action

Dinesh Mongia refuted Lou Vincent's match-fixing allegations and said he is mulling a legal action.

Dinesh Mongia was in "Gang" that fixed ICL matches: Lou Vincent

Dinesh Mongia was in "Gang" that fixed ICL matches: Lou Vincent

Tainted New Zealand cricketer Lou Vincent told a London courtroom that former Indian cricketer Dinesh Mongia was one of the key members that fixed ICL matches.

Chris Cairns perjury trial: Kiwi accused of fixing matches, threatening team-mate with bat

Chris Cairns perjury trial: Kiwi accused of fixing matches, threatening team-mate with bat

Former New Zealand captain Chris Cairns lied under oath that he never fixed cricket matches and once threatened a teammate with a bat for scoring too many runs, a perjury trial heard.

Chris Cairns perjury trial starts Monday in London, Brendon McCullum to give evidence

Chris Cairns perjury trial starts Monday in London, Brendon McCullum to give evidence

Former New Zealand cricketer Chris Cairns's perjury trial starts on Monday in London with Kiwi Test captain Brendon McCullum giving evidence in the hearing.