The Lalit Modi camp reacted predictably to the Board of Control for Cricket in India’s rejection of his explanations, finding fault with the process by which the decision was reached and the people involved in taking it. HT Correspondent
Franchises, BCCI exchange ideas as IPL enters post-Modi era
Amid mounting pressure on Union Minister Sharad Pawar over the IPL bid controversy, Congress today persisted with its bystander act, suggesting that the NCP leader should do all the explaining on the issue.
Agriculture Minister and Nationalist Congress Party chief Sharad Pawar today said no member of his family was part of any Indian Premier League team nor had they had taken part in the bidding process. IPL row: Modi defends Pawar
Suspended Indian Premier League Commissioner Lalit Modi today came out in defence of Sharad Pawar, saying the Agriculture Minister and his family had nothing to do with a failed bid for IPL's Pune franchise.
On a day when Lalit Modi was to reply to the second show-cause notice from the BCCI, the Board issued another notice, based on financial irregularities while awarding theatrical rights and commercials shown mid-over through the IPL. HT Correspondent
Lalit Modi, the suspended IPL chairman, on Tuesday came up with startling discolsures of serious misuse of power by BCCI president Shashank Manohar and secretary N Srinivasan, pointing out their culpability in a number of decisions, which he alleged were illegal and fradulent. Gaurav Choudhury
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Lalit Modi got a breather after the BCCI granted the suspended IPL Commissioner 10 additional days to reply to the second show cause notice issued to him for his acts 'detrimental to world cricket'.
The meeting between senior functionaries of the BCCI and those from the IMG, the event managers of the IPL, on Monday went along expected lines. The BCCI focused on cross-checking the facts provided by Lalit Modi, the suspended IPL chairman. See special
The BCCI top brass will meet officials of the sports management firm IMG today to seek details of the financial dealings during suspended IPL Commissioner Lalit Modi's tenure.
Suspended Indian Premier League chairman Lalit Modi said his reply to the Indian cricket board's show-cause notice is not to defend himself but the image of the highly-successful Twenty20 cricket league. See Special
After filing a 12,000 page reply to BCCI's show-cause notice, suspended IPL Commissioner Lalit Modi today said his voluminous response contained all the answers to the "false" allegations against him. Modi submits show-cause reply to BCCI | See special
On Saturday, 20 days after being suspended from all the posts he held in the Board of Control for Cricket in India, including that of the chairman of the Indian Premier League, Lalit Modi finally submitted his reply to the showcause notice issued to him by the Board. Amol Karhadkar
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Suspended IPL Commissioner Lalit Modi's lawyer expressed hope that the reply to the first show cause by the BCCI, which will be submitted today, would satisfy the Board and his client would be re-instated to his post.
Lalit Modi, the suspended chairman of the Indian Premier League, may be preparing to strike back at the bigwigs of the league's governing council with his own chargesheet after finalising his reply to the notice served by the Indian cricket board.