BCCI has taken Indian cricket to fixers and mafia - Lalit Modi

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Thanks to money, media rights and commercialisation, cricket, a game of proud tradition, has been transformed into a multi-billion dollar sporting commodity. The cradle of this cricketing revolution has been India, home of the Indian Premier League - the world's richest cricket tournament. HARDtalk speaks to Lalit Modi, the creator of the Indian Premier League. He has since been banished from cricket in his native India amid allegations of corruption and dodgy dealings. Is greed killing cricket?

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wasn't he actually a part of

wasn't he actually a part of it? :D)))

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Yes he was, and now we have proof why they are trying to cancel the SA series? :D

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off course, can't see no

off course, can't see no other reason for canceling SA tour :D))))))

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Yea, they are dragging Lorgat into this as an excuse :D

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