It may be an unfair accusation but it is upto the BCCI to prove us wrong. That is how the battle against perception runs.
The SIT suggested steps to crackdown on shell companies which are set up by entities to evade taxes and result in generation of black money.
Here's the breakdown of the Justice Lodha's IPL verdict and punishment of guilty parties.
Have full faith in judiciary: Sreesanth after court sets date for framing charges in IPL spot-fixing scam
Delhi Police invoked the Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act in the IPL cricket spot-fixing case registered against Sreesanth and a few others in 2013.
Scores of Congress workers on Monday protested outside residence of External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj demanding her resignation for "extending help"
The action has been mounted on suspects who acted as bookies during the recent IPL matches held in the country.
Cricket betting has emerged as one of the key sources of black money generation and according to one account it could be as high as Rs. three lakh crore which should be controlled, the Supreme Court was told on Tuesday.
The International Cricket Council warned ahead of the World Cup it was cracking down on court-siding.
Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has directed police to ascertain that there were no betting related activities between bookies or local punters.
The International Cricket Council's (ICC) Anti Corruption and Security Unit (ACSU) is set to outline its anti-fraudulent measures Friday with special attention given to 'pitchsiding' during the World Cup.
The ICC is working overtime with investigative agencies to even track down any illegal betting or bookies, who may be looking to come in contact with players.
We, the fans, are left to make our own assumptions and draw our own conclusions without ever really knowing whether any of it is true.
We track the latest developments as the Supreme Court gives its observations on the Justice Mukul Mudgal report on fixing and betting on IPL.
Meiyappan is the son-in-law of former BCCI president N Srinivasan. While Srinivasan had said that Meiyappan was just a cricket enthusiast, phone transcripts tell a different story.
Former India captain Sourav Ganguly today joined the Supreme Court-appointed Mudgal committee, which is probing the IPL betting and spot-fixing scandal, as an expert on cricketing affairs.
Modi, the clear favourite in betting circles to become the Prime Minister come 16 May, seems to be seeing a fall in his popularity in some betting circles while others are continuing to bet big on him.
He was criticised for remaining silent on the matter despite the fact that the franchise captained by him was at the centre of the row.
"People who haven't even held a bat have been sharing financial benefits of the BCCI. If the BCCI is earning so much, the financial benefits should actually be shared with those who have given their entire lives to the game," Maken said.
The Supreme Court came down hard on BCCI chief N Srinivasan and questioned how he could stay at the post. Here's what the apex court said today.
While the odds on Modi becoming PM are pegged at 42 paise per rupee, the odds are much higher for Rahul Gandhi, at Rs 6.5. The longest odds however, are reserved for Arvind Kejriwal.