Video: Virender Sehwag - One of the few cricketers who publicly supported Sreesanth
Charges against S Sreesanth, Ankeet Chavan and Ajit Chandila, were dropped by a trial court in Delhi on Saturday. They had been charge sheeted by the Delhi Police for the Indian Premier League spot-fixing corruption scandal in 2013.
Delhi Police failed to establish Dawood nexus: Court
Giving a jolt to Delhi Police, a court here on Saturday said it had failed to establish existence of a core crime syndicate of underworld Dawood Ibrahim and his aide Chhota Shakeel involved in betting and match-fixing in the 2013 IPL spot-fixing case.
Sreesanth will be accepted with open arms: Kerala Ranji coach
With the Delhi Patiala House court clearing former Indian pace bowler Sreesanth of all charges in the 2013 IPL spot-fixing scandal, Kerala Ranji Trophy team senior coach P.Balachandran on Saturday said the cricketer will be accepted with open arms.
BCCI to form panel to study Lodha Committee ruling
The Governing Council (GC) of the Indian Premier League (IPL) here on Sunday decided to abide by the Lodha Committee verdict and will constitute a panel to study the order suspending two franchises and banning two team officials.
Former president of Board for Cricket for Control in India (BCCI), Shashank Manohar has asked for Central Bureau Investigation (CBI) probe into the cash-rich Indian Premier League (IPL). His comments came in the wake of spot-fixing scam verdict by the Justice Rajendra Mal Lodha committee.
Interest of CSK, Royals' players will be paramount: Rajiv Shukla
Indian Premier League's (IPL) governing council chairman Rajiv Shukla on Thursday said the interest of cricketers of suspended Indian Premier League (IPL) sides will be primary and all options will be explored to retain the brand value of the world's richest domestic T20 competition.
BCCI will decide what to do with CSK, Royals: Lodha
Justice R.M. Lodha (retired), who gave a landmark verdict in the 2013 Indian Premier League (IPL) spot-fixing and betting scandal, said the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) will decide what to do with the franchises which have been suspended for two years.
Pleading innocence and insisting that he has never placed bets on a cricket match, Rajasthan Royals co-owner Raj Kundra said on Wednesday that he has been held guilty despite there being no evidence against him.
Players of suspended teams must play IPL: Erapalli Prasanna
Legendary spinner Erapalli Prasanna on Wednesday said the Indian Premier League (IPL) governing council needs to reorganise the tournament by addressing the twin concerns about finding slots for the players of the two banned franchises and ensuring the high profile tournament has at least eight teams.
The Justice RM Lodha committee delivered a landmark judgment on corruption in the Indian Premier League (IPL). Part of its judgment was suspending Raj Kundra from any cricketing activity related to BCCI for the rest of his life. The committee was appointed by the Honorable Supreme Court of India to investigate the 2013 spot-fixing and betting allegations.