2000 Match-fixing-scandal

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2000 match-fixing scandal: Alleged bookie Sanjeev Chawla extradited to India from United Kingdom
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2000 match-fixing scandal: Alleged bookie Sanjeev Chawla extradited to India from United Kingdom

Sanjeev Chawla, accompanied by a Delhi police crime branch team from London, reached Delhi on Thursday morning and will now undergo the procedural medical examination, a senior police officer said.

BCCI ACU chief calls for match-fixing law, legalised betting and gambling to curb corruption in Indian cricket
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BCCI ACU chief calls for match-fixing law, legalised betting and gambling to curb corruption in Indian cricket

'It is not unstoppable. We probably require a law against it, a match-fixing law. If there is a clear law against it, police will also have a clear cut role', said ACU chief Ajit Singh Shekhawat

Govt cannot let issues relating to unchecked growth of sports leagues fester; urgent need to put match-fixing genie back in bottle
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Govt cannot let issues relating to unchecked growth of sports leagues fester; urgent need to put match-fixing genie back in bottle

There is no reason for the Ministry to not add an annexure against corruption in sport. All it takes is political will for Government to bring in a simple set of regulations, empowering agencies to investigate and lay charges, and tribunals to make considered decisions.

Mohammad Azharuddin accepts BCCI's invitation for attending India's 500th Test
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Mohammad Azharuddin accepts BCCI's invitation for attending India's 500th Test

In a departure from BCCI's earlier stand, the parent body has extended an invitation to Mohammad Azharuddin for the Indian cricket team's historic 500th Test match and the former captain has accepted it.

Cronje's father to sue Delhi police over match-fixing chargesheet
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Cronje's father to sue Delhi police over match-fixing chargesheet

Ewie Cronje said he plans to move court because the Indian police had known since 1981 that match-fixing was occurring, but did nothing about it.