Latest News on 2013 Ipl Spot Fixing Scandal
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Sep 26, 2019
Rupa Gurunath, N Srinivasan's daughter, becomes first female president of state unit after winning TNCA electionsRupa is the wife of Gurunath Meiyappan, who is serving a life ban for his involvement in the 2013 IPL spot-fixing scandal and was elected unopposed
Sep 17, 2019
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
Sep 17, 2019
Govt cannot let issues relating to unchecked growth of sports leagues fester; urgent need to put match-fixing genie back in bottleThere 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.
Mar 15, 2019
If Leander Paes can win Grand Slams at 42, I can play cricket at 36, says Sreesanth after SC lifts life ban on himSreesanth, along with Mumbai spinner Ankit Chavan and Haryana's Ajit Chandila, were suspended for life by a BCCI disciplinary committee in 2013, a decision that the player had challenged in court.
Jan 31, 2019
Banned pacer S Sreesanth claims he was forced to admit to spot-fixing role after threats from Delhi PoliceBanned cricketer S Sreesanth, who had earlier been arrested in connection with the 2013 spot-fixing scandal, on Wednesday claimed in the Supreme Court that he had made the confession about his involvement in the alleged crime as Delhi Police had threatened that his family members would be implicated and tortured.
Oct 22, 2017
S Sreesanth doesn't need to prove his loyalty, has every right to practice trade elsewhereNone of us has the right to tell S Sreesanth what to do with his career and talent and it is cowardly and childish to expect him to hold the torch of our bogus cricket patriotism.