Opportunity, audition, comebacks: Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy brings hope as cricket returns on Indian soil
With things slowly settling down, India is finally set to welcome action back on its shores with Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, which will kickstart the domestic season that was thrown into disarray due to the pandemic.
Sreesanth, who was banned by the BCCI over his alleged involvement in spot-fixing in the IPL, features in the list of players for the Kerala cricket team announced by the state cricket board for the T20 event in Mumbai scheduled from 10 January.
Ex-India pacer S Sreesanth to play in KCA President's Cup as he makes his return to competitive cricket
Sreesanth, who was banned by the BCCI over his alleged involvement in spot fixing in the IPL, features in the list of players for the T20 event in Alappuzha. His ban ended in September.
S Sreesanth's ban for alleged spot-fixing came to an end on Sunday, concluding a seven-year punishment that was originally meant to be for life and was aggressively contested by the bowler.
Spinner Ankeet Chavan has written to the BCCI and the MCA hoping to get his life ban reduced to seven years, as is the case with S Sreesanth who was also implicated in the 2013 spot-fixing scandal.
S Sreesanth gearing up for arduous road towards redemption with help from Michael Jordan's former trainer
Sreesanth is keeping no stone unturned as he gets up as early as 5 am to attend online mental conditioning classes from noted NBA physical and mind training coach Tim Grover, who has worked with the likes of Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant.
Sreesanth's ban for his alleged involvement in the IPL spot-fixing scandal comes to an end in September this year
In an interview to India Today, Sreesanth credited former Team India captain Sourav Ganguly and legendary batsman Sachin Tendulkar for his improved bowling skills
The BCCI banned S Sreesanth for life in August 2013 for indulging in alleged spot-fixing in the IPL of that year. That order was set aside by Supreme Court in March this year.
BCCI CEO Rahul Johri, legal team to be present if Sachin Tendulkar, VVS Laxman are called for conflict of interest hearing
A senior BCCI official said, 'Just like in case of Sourav Ganguly, if Tendulkar and Laxman depose before Ethics Officer, Rahul and the legal team will be there.'
Banned pacer S Sreesanth claims he was forced to admit to spot-fixing role after threats from Delhi Police
Banned 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.
Rajasthan Royals owners to sell off fifty percent stake to boost financial power before start of IPL 2019
It has been learnt that the current franchise owners has approached key BCCI officials and intimated their decision to sell around fifty percent of their stakes.
Today, in the Bigg Boss Weekend Ka Vaar, Salman Khan will be putting Sreesanth in 'kathghara' and quizzing him about his behaviour
Bigg Boss 12 will reportedly see Tanushree Dutta, Anup Jalota, S Sreesanth, Karanvir Bohra as contestants
Bigg Boss season 12 will be premiering on 16 September, where Salman Khan will return as the host for the reality show
After two months of appeal, Supreme Court agrees to hear Sreesanth's plea against life ban imposed by BCCI
Sreesanth had earlier told the court that the life ban was an extremely harsh penalty and the cricketer has not been playing for the last five years which was more than enough.
Ravichandran Ashwin-Herschelle Gibbs Twitter war: A look at cricket's most famous spats on microblogging website
With Ravichandran Ashwin and Herschelle Gibbs having an 'eventful' exchange on Twitter, here's a look at some of the past instances of cricketers battling it off on the microblogging website.
Supreme Court hears S Sreesanth's plea challenging his life-time ban, asks BCCI to respond in four weeks
Senior counsel Salman Khurshid appearing for Sreesanth said that banning him was bad and banning for life was not justified after he has been discharged by a trial court of criminal charges over lack of evidence.
The bench had said there was no violation of natural justice against the cricketer and quashed the single bench order in Sreesanth's favour.
S Sreesanth should justify his claims of BCCI's discrimination with adequate reasons, says Kapil Dev
Sreesanth had been suspended for life on charges of match-fixing and has since been fighting his case in the court.
None 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.