Most bookies in international cricket come from India, says ICC's Anti-Corruption Unit official Alex Marshall
Marshall's revelations even though alarming is not surprising after Pakistan leg-spinner Danish Kaneria on Thursday admitted having taken money from an Indian bookmaker Anu Bhatt to fix matches.
Sri Lanka have started a probe following a complaint lodged by both Perera and Herath that they were approached by bookies to underperform
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Three suspected bookies were arrested on Wednesday by Enforcement Directorate (ED) from Mumbai and Delhi in connection with its money laundering probe in the alleged betting instances in Indian Premier League (IPL) matches.
Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said that action will be taken against police officials who allegedly alerted a bookie ahead of ED raid in connection with IPL matches.
Judging from the tone of the letter, Thakur, a BJP MP, isn’t going be intimidated by Srinivasan, who won’t back down either. This fight is far from over.
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Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has directed police to ascertain that there were no betting related activities between bookies or local punters.
"We are anticipating that we will turn over well over 200 million (pounds) this tournament. In 2010 it was circa 100 million," said Terry Pattinson, trading director at William Hill, Britain's largest bookmaker.
Asked if players have been approached during this year's IPL, Gavaskar replied,"There have been a couple and it's been reported to ACU. They are looking into it."
"It will be difficult to save you again," the alleged officer tells the bookie in the taped conversation.
Tawari, a middle-aged man from Rajasthan's Shekhawati region, likes to call himself an election analyst.
Bacher was reacting to the news that Delhi Police have named deceased former South Africa captain Hansie Cronje as an accused in the famous match-fixing scandal of 2000.
Audio intercepts of telephone calls was today played by the Delhi police in a court here to buttress its claim about the nexus between underworld don Dawood Ibrahim and bookies in the IPL spot-fixing scandal.
One Australian individual is believed to have bet 1000 pounds on the baby being a girl and to cover all the bases, 4000 pounds on the baby being a girl.
Acting on a tip-off, a crime branch team picked up Rakeshkumar Gangwal (50) from his residence in Jaipur yesterday and brought him to Mumbai before placing him under arrest.