HindustanTimes Mon,31 Aug 2015

IPL 2012 : News

I’ve been framed in a fake scandal: Shalabh

All the five cricketers shown in the TV sting are expected to appear before the BCCI's anti-corruption unit in New Delhi on Wednesday.

IPL fixing: Don't question integrity of my players, says KXIP skipper

Refusing to be drawn into the furore surrounding a TV sting operation which claims to have exposed corruption in the IPL, David Hussey said he would be "very disappointed" if media questions the integrity of his players. 'We don't lack strike bowlers' 

Narine's four-for helps KKR secure playoff berth

The players appeared jittery, the umpires acted nervously and the administrators were tense. The cloud of the spot-fixing controversy has clearly dampened the mood of the IPL fraternity. Sanjeev Karan Samyal reports.

Kings XI to take action against guilty players

Kings XI Punjab on Wednesday said it will take strict action against any of its player found guilty of indulging in spot-fixing even as the BCCI has suspended five uncapped Indian players in the wake of a television sting operation which claimed to have exposed corruption in the IPL.

Srivastava deposes before Board panel

Shalabh Srivastava deposed on Wednesday before the the BCCI's anti-corruption unit, which is probing the spot-fixing scandal that has rocked the IPL. The two-member panel, led by Ravi Sawani, quizzed Srivastava in New Delhi for almost four hours. HT reports.

Franchises want BCCI to consider auction of domestic players

In the wake of suspension of five domestic players and allegations about players being played 'black money', the Indian Cricket Board may have a separate auction for the uncapped domestic players in the coming seasons of the cash-rich IPL.

IPL fixing: Will the truth be exposed?

Soon after India TV on Monday claimed to have blown the lid off "murky deals" in the IPL, a rattled Indian cricket board reacted swiftly suspending five players until an inquiry is conducted. We asked our readers in a poll - will the truth ever come out? The guilty | 'Salary cap sham encouraging underhand deals'

Agents fleece players, BCCI looks the other way

Paceman Kamran Khan, formerly of Rajasthan Royals and now of Pune Warriors, got his first contract in RR through an agent in 2008. The agent charged 25% from his contract money as Kamran was a nobody and not even on the fringes of first class cricket. Khurram Habib reports.

Fast and furious but at risk

India have found genuine fast bowlers in the last couple of years but lack of proper facilities and guidance have left them prone to frequent breakdowns. Debjeet Kundu writes.

‘Salary cap sham encouraging underhand deals’

Saurabh Tiwary and Manish Pandey turned out together in the under-19 World Cup in 2008. Subhash Rajta reports.

MCA ban on SRK not final yet: IPL Chairman

A furious Mumbai Cricket Association might have banned Shah Rukh Khan after an alleged brawl between him and its officials, but IPL Chairman Rajiv Shukla today said a final decision on the matter would only be taken after getting the version of all the involved parties.

Corrupt players must be dealt with strongly: Dav Whatmore

Stating that the spot-fixing controversy that rocked the Indian Premier League was unfortunate, Pakistan cricket team coach Dav Whatmore said the players who are involved in such acts of corruption should not be spared.

SRK scuffle at Wankhede a grave matter: Vilasrao Deshmukh

Calling actor Shah Rukh Khan's alleged misbehaviour with security personnel at Wankhede Stadium Wednesday night "a grave matter", union minister and President of Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) Vilasrao Deshmukh Thursday said a decision whether to ban Khan's entry into the stadium would be taken by next week.

Vintage Gilly leads KXIP charge to leave CSK stranded

Returning after a lengthy lay-off, Kings XI Punjab skipper Adam Gilchrist produced a vintage performance to guide his side to a six-wicket upset win over defending champions Chennai Super Kings. Scorecard
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