[Discussion Thread] Spot-fixing: Indian Premier League, 2013

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Srinivasan could breach ICC code

If, as reported, the BCCI is to allow N Srinivasan to be the Indian representative at ICC meetings, starting with the annual conference in London in the last week of June, it raises questions about his suitability according to the ICC's Code of Ethics for its directors, as well as highlighting certain grey areas.

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Corruption in IPL: Jaitley 'uneasy' over IPL insiders betting

Arun Jaitley, a BCCI vice-president, has revealed that he is "not fully satisfied" with how the crucial working committee meeting on Sunday panned out.

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Corruption in the IPL: Sreesanth & others' custody extended

Arrested Rajasthan Royals cricketers Sreesanth, Ankeet Chavan and Ajit Chandila have been remanded to judicial custody till June 18. A Delhi court rejected their bail applications in the spot-fixing case after the Delhi Police decided to invoke the stringent Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA) against the accused.

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Corruption in the IPL: Who appointed the probe panel?

At least two members of the IPL governing council are unaware of when and how the three-man commission was selected to inquire into the complaints against the owners of Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals, and Gurunath Meiyappan, N Srinivasan's son-in-law.

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Corruption in the IPL: Rajastan owner questioned by police

Raj Kundra, one of the owners of the Rajasthan Royals, is being questioned by the Delhi Police in connection with the betting and spot-fixing scandal that has engulfed Indian cricket.

www.ndtv.com/article/india/ipl-scam-raja...

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well well looks like another

well well looks like another franchise owner is going to go down.
This is like a cancer, already well rooted in every corner of ipl

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India is "The Mecca" for

India is "The Heaven " for match fixers. Pathetic guys.

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He he

And sl is heaven for "corruptors". Lol

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yeh, 'match fixing' doesn't

yeh, 'match fixing' doesn't mean 'corruption' :D))) get a dictionary pal! :D))

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Cricket fans all over the

Cricket fans all over the world can see how corrupt BCCI officials are. Dalmiya was also booted out coz of corruption in 2005, now they bring him back, maybe to hide the match fixers. The list of Indian match fixers keeps getting longer and longer. My my, no end to the shame. This is the type of reply you get from a lunatic; a Prostitute preaching morale values and ethics. The irony is hilarious.

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