Divya Spandana wins defamation suit; Bengaluru court tells Asianet, Suvarna News to pay Rs 50L for linking her to 2013 IPL betting scam
Two programs aired by Suvarna News (which is owned and controlled by Asianet) in May 2013 had hinted at the alleged involvement of some Kannada film actresses in the 'betting' and 'spot-fixing' scandal. Still, pictures of Divya Spandana, a former brand ambassador of the Royal Challengers Bangalore team, were shown in the programs, suggesting connivance on her part.
On 2 June, Bollywood actor-producer Arbaaz Khan confessed to betting in IPL matches in the past as well as losing around Rs 2.75 crore during IPL 2017.
Actor-producer Arbaaz Khan has been summoned by the Thane police in connection with the IPL betting scam after the arrest of a top bookie
IPL 2018: 13 arrested for online betting; three laptops, 49 cell phones and Rs 18.18 lakh in cash seized
Thirteen persons were arrested on Thursday in separate cases for allegedly indulging in online cricket betting for the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL) matches,
S Sreesanth hit back at cricketer-turned-commentator Aakash Chopra after the latter voiced his opinion against the international return of the banned Indian pacer.
Justice Tirath Singh Thakur, who had led the Supreme Court bench which delivered a verdict on reforming the Indian Cricket Board, was on Wednesday appointed the Chief Justice of India.
It seems as if tough times lie ahead for IPL franchises Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals. After being suspended for two years by the Supreme Court appointed Lodha Committee, reports have surfaced that BCCI might terminate contracts of the two franchises.
Former India batsman VVS Laxman on Wednesday termed the suspension of two Indian Premier League (IPL) teams Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and Rajasthan Royals (RR) as unfortunate
What if KPMG decided Dhoni was too expensive and should be traded from CSK? Or not retained for the auction? Would the BCCI stand by and let them take such a decision?
Indian captain Sourav Ganguly was today named in the BCCI's four-member working group formed to study the Justice R M Lodha committee's order
An embattled BCCI on Sunday decided to constitute a working group to study the order and give recommendations within six weeks
Rahul Dravid said on Friday that the decision of the Justice Lodha commitee to ban Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals from the IPL for two years will affect the young players
India’s stand-in captain Ajinkya Rahane insists that his squad’s focus is on two Twenty20 internationals against Zimbabwe and not the turmoil rocking the Indian Premier League.
Chennai means a lot of things to a lot of people. But to Dhoni, it is his home away from home. A place he calls his own. And for that reason alone, the CSK fans will hope he stays.
What Gurunath Meiyappan and Raj Kundra, the two outlawed cricket enthusiasts, so to speak, have done is to emulate the corporate czars on the betting front.
Sports Minister Sarbananda Sonowal today said that Lodha Committee's recommendations on the punishment to the IPL Franchisees should be followed
Legendary spinner Erapalli Prasanna on Wednesday said the Indian Premier League (IPL) governing council needs to reorganise the tournament by addressing the twin concerns about finding slots for the players of the two banned franchises and ensuring the high profile tournament has at least eight teams.
The biggest surprise of Lodha verdict was the suspension of CSK and RR. The shaken fan-base is still trying to come to terms with the verdict
The most credible solution, though one that it is hard to see the BCCI implementing, is to force India Cements and Jaipur Cricket to sell their teams.
Justice Lodha, while reading out the verdict, mentioned time and again that the owners failed to take 'urgent' action even when they knew that something wrong was happening.