S Sreesanth calls Kerala HC's verdict to restore life ban the 'worst decision ever', vows to not give up fight
In a major setback for the fast bowler, the Kerala High Court on Tuesday decided to restore the life ban imposed on Sreesanth by the Indian cricket board.
The division bench said there was no violation of natural justice against the cricketer and quashed the single bench order in Sreesanth's favour.
BCCI has questioned Kerala High Court's previous judgement which lifted the life ban on Sreesanth imposed by the board. Reportedly an appeal has been filed regarding the same.
S Sreesanth approaches Kerala High Court as BCCI drags feet on granting NOC despite lifting of life ban
Sreesanth in his petition asked for the immediate intervention of the court saying that he wished to travel to play in the Scotland League and the BCCI, despite the court lifting the ban, has not given him an NOC.
On Tuesday, Sreesanth led the Playback Singers XI who took on a team of the Producers XI. He opened the batting and had a good outing with the bat.
An irate S Sreesanth on Friday vowed to make a competitive comeback despite BCCI's decision to appeal against the lifting of the life-ban on the tainted pacer.
Last Monday, a single judge bench of the Kerala High Court had passed an order to BCCI to lift Sreesanth's life ban
The KCA's move after the recent Kerala High Court judgement, lifting the life ban imposed on Sreesanth bythe BCCI in the wake of the 2013 IPL spot-fixing scandal.
The court in believes Sreesanth has been punished enough. The BCCI will be concerned with the message this could send to others tempted by lucre.
Sreesanth might have breathed a sigh of relief after the Kerala High Court asked the BCCI to lift the ban on the pacer, but he has his task cut out if he ever is to wear the India jersey ever again.
Cricketer S Sreesanth on Monday said he is "grateful to God" after the Kerala High Court ordered BCCI to lift the life ban imposed on him by the Indian cricket board in the wake of the 2013 IPL spot-fixing scandal.
Police arrested three bookies over betting charges from a hotel in Kanpur, which had hosted the Delhi Daredevils-Gujarat Lions teams during their IPL clash.
Tainted pacer S Sreesanth's plea for a review of his life ban has been "summarily rejected" by the BCCI, which says it will not compromise on its zero tolerance policy towards corruption.
The Kerala High Court issued notice to the BCCI on a plea filed by tainted Indian cricketer S Sreesanth, challenging the life ban imposed on him by the disciplinary committee of the cricket body.
Tainted Indian cricketer S Sreesanth today filed a petition in the Kerala High Court seeking its direction to the BCCI to allow him to play for a Scottish club in April.
BCCI vice-president and former KCA chief TC Mathew believes S Sreesanth can still make an international comeback if he speaks to interim president Vinod Rai.
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.
India's limited overs cricket skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni celebrated his 35th birthday on Thursday, with many of his teammates and other prominent faces wishing him on social networking site, Twitter.
Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) secretary Anurag Thakur, who is also a Lok Sabha MP, has introduced three private member bills including a significant 'National Sports Ethics Commission' bill which recommends "10 years of jail term" for any sportsperson indulging in match-fixing.