It's inevitable that with time, Harbhajan Singh and Rahul Dravid will be consigned to the pages of history. But Friday showed they still have the mojo that helped them fashion one of India's most memorable Test wins. Somshuvra Laha reports.
Former T20 league chairman Lalit Modi today demanded that Chennai Super Kings be terminated from the League after the arrest of the team's owner Gurunath Meiyappan.
Gurunath Meiyappan, the team principal of two-time T20 league winners Chennai Super Kings (CSK), used to place bets through the book ‘Jack’ that Virendra Dara Singh Randhawa alias Vindoo operated.
A court Friday granted police the custody of Bollywood actor Vindoo Dara Singh Randhawa and two others, allegedly involved in the IPL spot-fixing scam, till May 28.
BCCI president N Srinivasan said on Friday night that his son-in-law Gurunath Meiyappan's arrest by the Mumbai Police was an attempt to target him and he has no intention to resign from his post.Veil of secrecy on CSK abode
Has the betting-fixing scandal that has rocked the domestic T20 league prised open N Srinivasan’s iron grip on the Board of Control for Cricket in India? Sanjjeev K Samyal reports.
A Mumbai court on Friday extended the police custody of Bollywood actor Vindoo Randhawa, arrested for alleged links with T20 betting syndicates, till May 28.
It's a norm for the Chennai Super Kings to enter with a bang. They have been the most consistent team in this Twenty20 meet. Somshuvra Laha reports.
One of the most sought after cricketers in the Indian T20 league was relaxing in the lounge chair by the team hotel’s poolside. Amid blaring music, the skimpily clad cheerleaders cannot keep their hands off him. Anand Sachar reports. Party goes on
In one of the Indian T20 league matches recently, the entire band of cheerleaders had disappeared to the team hotel immediately after the match. The reason was that a post-match party was being held at the hotel and the cheerleaders were supposed to attend it.
As Chennai Super Kings team owner Gurunath Meiyappan landed here for questioning in connection with the raging betting scandal, Mumbai police today said for the first time that they would also quiz him about his suspected role in spot-fixing T20 matches.
An alleged cricket bookie was nabbed from the international airport in Hyderabad by a Delhi Police team in the early hours today.
India should legalise betting to stamp out corruption in cricket, says former England captain Geoffrey Boycott who feels the menace of fixing emerges more frequently in the Asian countries.