Acting on the Supreme Court directive, Justice (Retired) Mukul Mudgal committee has submitted its Indian Premier League (IPL) fixing probe report to the apex court on Friday. However, the case will be heard on September 1. The Supreme Court had set a deadline of August-end for submitting the report.
Despite "six surgeries both in left and right toes", banned Indian cricketer S. Sreesanth has put on his dancing shoes to rock the dance floor of "Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 7". He says that the show was like a therapy for him.
Despite "six surgeries both in left and right toes", banned Indian cricketer S. Sreesanth has put on his dancing shoes to rock the dance floor of `Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 7`. He says that the show was like a therapy for him.
Almost a year after three Rajasthan Royals players were arrested for spot-fixing in the Indian Premier League, franchise CEO Raghu Iyer has admitted that the brand image is yet to be fully restored following one of the biggest cricketing scandals in the country.
Suspended cricketers S Sreesanth and Ankit Chavan of Rajasthan Royals and 19 others were on Wednesday asked by a court here to respond to the plea of Delhi police seeking cancellation of bail granted to them in the IPL spot fixing case citing "evidence" against them under MCOCA.
A bookie arrested in connection with the IPL spot-fixing case tried to rope in Rajasthan Royals player Harmeet Singh but did not strike a deal as he felt he was "young" and could not do much for them, Delhi Police claimed on Saturday.
A Delhi court on Tuesday granted bail to two more accused in the IPL spot-fixing scandal case on the grounds of "parity" with cricketers S Sreesanth, Ankeet Chavan of Rajasthan Royals and 16 others, who were given the identical relief on Monday.
Teenage sensation Sanju V. Samson appears to have saved the day for Kerala after he bagged the best young cricketer award at the sixth edition of the IPL. The better known cricketer from the state, Sreesanth, meanwhile, cools his heels in jail.
Delhi Police on Saturday claimed that Mohd bookie Yahya, arrested in the IPL spot-fixing scandal, told them that he had been in touch with "some more" Indian cricketers for manipulating matches even as investigators did not rule out the involvement of foreign players in the case.