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HindustanTimes Mon,23 Apr 2012

Modi vs BCCI
Modi???s reply: BCCI is khap panchayat
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 reports.

Franchises, BCCI exchange ideas as IPL enters post-Modi era

The Indian Premier League formally entered its post-Lalit Modi era today as the franchisees discussed the nitty-gritties of the tournament with the Cricket Board officials here to determine the way forward. See special  Ness Wadia wants Modi back  IPL owners seek salary-cap rise for players

Cong plays bystander as Pawar battles IPL controversy

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.
Total recall: It???s been reported
Lalit Modi and his psychedelic creation called the IPL is still lurking menacingly in the shadows. After having caused a grievous blow to Indian cricket, it is now being revealed that Modi had even greater plans, which would have given him and his corporate masters control of world cricket as well, says Pradeep Magzine.
Nothing to do with IPL bid: Sule
Defending Sharad Pawar, the NCP chief's daughter Supriya Sule today said the family had nothing to do with a failed bid for the Pune IPL team.
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Even as a team of high-profile lawyers reportedly prepares Lalit Modi???s defence, BCCI insiders disclose the legacy of mistrust and arrogance that the IPL Commissioner had been unleashing.  Kadambari Murali Wade and Amol Karhadkar put together the final pieces of the jigsaw puzzle that was IPL-gate. The mail trail | See special
Are you finding it difficult to keep track of all the twists and turns in the IPL saga? Kadambari Murali Wade gives you the lowdown on the personalities, the issues and the politics behind the controversy.

 

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