IPL spot-fixing case: Mudgal Committee submits final report to SC

The Supreme Court-appointed probe commission headed by justice Mukul Mudgal submitted its final report to the apex court on the allegations of spot-fixing in the Indian Premier League's season 6 betting and spot-fixing scandal today.

Sreesanth vows to overcome crisis, stage comeback

Describing the life ban imposed on him by the BCCI as the biggest setback in his life, disgraced India pacer S Sreesanth on Saturday maintained he had not done any wrong and would prove his innocence in the spot-fixing scandal.

Apologetic Asif confesses to spot-fixing

Disgraced Pakistani fast bowler Mohammad Asif on Wednesday apologised for his role in a notorious 2010 spot-fixing scandal, admitting his guilt for the first time and accepting a five-year ban.

I am not involved in any wrongdoings, says Kundra

Facing the heat after he confessed to having placed bets on IPL matches, Rajasthan Royals co-owner Raj Kundra on Thursday defended himself saying he was "not involved any wrongdoings".

IPL Spot-Fixing: Game over for BCCI chief Srinivasan?

But with almost all the BCCI members and all the major political parties joining the chorus for his resignation, it seems that time has finally run out for BCCI chief N Srinivasan.

IPL Spot-Fixing: Sports Ministry asks Srinivasan to step down

The pressure on BCCI chief Ministry N Srinivasan to resign kept mounting as the Ministry of Sports has asked him to step down on moral grounds.

Six arrested for betting on IPL matches

Six persons were arrested here for indulging in betting on Indian Premier League (IPL) matches, police said on Monday.

Srinivasan defiant, BCCI holds series of meetings

The top brass of the BCCI were huddled in a series of meetings during the day to discuss the raging IPL spot-fixing issue amid indications that the defiant N Srinivasan will hold on to his position as BCCI President.

CSK should be scrapped from IPL immediately: Sahara chief

An upset Sahara Group chief Subrato Roy today vented his anger on BCCI president N Srinivasan and demanded that Chennai Super Kings, which is embroiled in the spot-fixing scandal, should be "scrapped immediately" from the the T20 league.

Conference calls made between bookies in India, Pakistan and Dubai: Mumbai Police

Joint CP of Mumbai Police has said that the CCTV footage of the 5-star hotel that S Sreesanth and Jiju Janardhanan had checked in will be analysed to identify any visitors.

Gavaskar wants senior players to educate youngsters

Former captain Sunil Gavaskar on Friday suggested that BCCI should approach senior players such as Sachin Tendulkar and Mahendra Singh Dhoni to bring about improvements in system so that youngsters could be stopped from going astray.

IPL is credible, it looks greed took over players: BCCI

The BCCI on Friday said that it was doing its bit to curb the menace of corruption in the game but it has its own limitations and one should not question the credibility of the IPL due to the latest spot-fixing scandal.

‘Disgraced’ Pak bowler Asif to reveal all about ‘spot-fixing’ scandal in new book

Disgraced Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Asif is set to reveal startling facts about the spot-fixing scandal, which shamed Pakistani cricket in 2010 during the Lord’s Test, in a new book penned by renowned cricket writer, Kamran Abbasi.

Waqar in favour of Aamer`s ban reduction

Former Pakistan paceman and coach Waqar Younis on Friday called for a reduction of the five-year cricket ban meted out to talented teenage bowler Mohammad Aamer for his role in a spot-fixing scandal.

Aamer`s mentor backs teen`s return to cricket

After earning himself a career-threatening, five-year ban and a prison sentence for spot-fixing, disgraced Pakistani pacer Mohammad Aamer has at least one supporter who believes he can return to international cricket.

Pakistan`s Amir can appeal spot-fixing jail term

Mohammad Amir, one of the Pakistan cricketers jailed for fixing parts of a Test match in England last year, was given permission on Friday to challenge his sentence.

I feel responsible for it: Azhar

Bookmaker Mazhar Majeed`s elder brother Azhar feels responsible for all the spot-fixing mess since it was he, who introduced his brother to cricket and cricketers.

Amir appears before court before announcement of sentence

All the three Pakistan players found guilty of spot-fixing appeared together for the first time in a local court here today with paceman Mohammad Amir turning up for a special hearing.

ICC to investigate more matches, players call for strict vigil

The ICC is set to launch its own investigation into Pakistan`s 2010 tour of England following indications of more tainted matches even as former cricketers called for a pro-active approach in dealing with corruption in the game.

PCB defends handling of ‘spot-fixing case’ following Asif’s allegations

PCB defended its handling of last year’s spot-fixing scandal, which led to lengthy bans on three Pakistani players.