The iconic Sachin Tendulkar on Sunday celebrated his 43rd birthday by playing cricket with children from the 'Make-A-Wish India' organisation in the city, even as the fraternity wished him and waxed eloquence.
In a faux pas ahead of the polls, former cricketer and BJP candidate S Sreesanth refers to Kerala as a city and the reactions are hilarious.
BJP is planning to field cricketer S Sreesanth as its candidate from Thrippunithur for Kerala Assembly elections
The trial court on July 25 discharged cricketers Sreesanth, Ajit Chandila and Ankeet Chavan, and 33 others.
The tapes apparently revealed that all three cricketers were in touch with bookies during the IPL in 2013 — and that Sreesanth fixed a performance during a Royals vs Kings XI Punjab
The group comprises Shukla, BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur, treasurer Anirudh Chaudhry, IPL governing council member Sourav Ganguly
The plea claimed that if the entire contents of the third report are not given to the Justice Lodha Committee, the time and effort spent by Justice Mudgal Committee and the probe team would be wasted.
Mr. Sreesanth visited the famed Sree Krishna Temple here on Tuesday, his first public visit after being exonerated of all charges in the 2013 Indian Premier League (IPL) spot fixing scandal by the Delhi Court last month.
Throwing his weight behind tainted Indian pacer S Sreesanth, Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy said it was "wrong" on the BCCI's part to not revoke the ban
Sreesanth and his former Rajasthan Royals teammates walked because under Indian law match-fixing is not a crime. But under the BCCI's code, match-fixing is an offence.
India needs a law that makes it a crime to fix matches or passages of play. Such a law will make it much easier to investigate and prosecute these acts.
A couple of days after S. Sreesanth was exonerated in 2013 IPL spot fixing-case by a Delhi court, a Kerala government body has said that it would throw open the doors of its cricket stadium to the former India medium-pacer despite BCCI’s unwillingness to revoke his life ban.
In the case of Sreesanth, his record is as clean as Sachin's or Dhoni's or Gavaskar's. The courts have ruled this. So, will you also now welcome him back to cricket? His swagger, fight and belligerence?
Sreesanth wasted no time to start on his long comeback trail.
Sreesanth, Chandila and Chavan were representing IPL team Rajasthan Royals when the scandal broke.
Given the Delhi police claimed they had adequate evidence against Sreesanth and others in the spot-fixing case, was the application of MCOCA really necessary?
Charges against cricketers S Sreesanth, Ajit Chandila and Ankeet Chavan have been dropped after a hearing on the framing of charges in the IPL spot-fixing case in Delhi High Court today.
The court had granted bail to Sreesanth, Chavan and various others accused for lack of evidence against them
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.
The court said the CBI director would allow Priyadarshi to make himself available to the Justice Lodha Committee.