The Delhi Police on Tuesday claimed that they have recovered the clothes bought by Sreesanth in Mumbai and the BlackBerry Z10 costing around Rs. 42,000 he gifted to his girlfriend. Karn Pratap Singh and Jatin Anand report. I'm innocent: Sreesanth
Based on leads from their interrogation of disgraced Rajasthan Royals bowler S Sreesanth, the Delhi Police are closing in on as many as four cricketers playing for two other teams, including a foreign player. Jatin Anand & Karn Pratap Singh reports. I'm innocent, never indulged in spot-fixing: Sreesanth
The troubles regarding T20 League doesn't seem to end as Sahara Pune Warriors failed to pay the full franchise fee for the current year which resulted in BCCI encashing the bank guarantee casting a shadow on its future in the cash-rich league in coming years.
Squarely blaming the BCCI for its decision, Sahara asked the board not to approach it for reconciliation. In a statement, the group said it had not pulled out at the start of the league season despite legal advice in “utter sportsmanship spirit”. HT reports.
Pushed to breaking point again
A Delhi court on Tuesday sent cricketer S. Sreesanth, his Rajasthan Royals teammates Ankeet Chavan and Ajit Chandila, and eight bookies, all arrested for alleged spot-fixing, to additional five days in police custody.
Apart from overhauling the coaching staff, where Sunrisers played it smart was in picking Darren Sammy and Thisara Perera in the auction. Javagal Srinath
Cricket Australia said today it had no immediate plan to curb the use of social media by players after a Twitter rant by David Warner, but suggested it could happen in the future.
Sensational revelations may be fine but the police needs solid evidence to prove the charges against former Test pacer Sreesanth and two other cricketers arrested for spot-fixing to secure their conviction in court. Harish V Nair reports.
Macau - one of China's two special administrative regions, and a place known as the Las Vegas of the East due to the legalised status of betting and gambling in the region- has been identified as the key place for prominent cricket bookies from India to meet. Presley Thomas
It seems Rajasthan Royals, caught in the middle of the spot-fixing scandal involving three of their players, want to stay away from the spotlight as much as possible.
Few things come in the way of cricket. One of them has been the visit of the Chinese Premier, Li Keqiang.
It was Parthiv Patel and Shikhar Dhawan's opening partnership that saved the day for the Sunrisers, who again restricted the opposition. Anand Sachar reports. Scorecard | Standings
A team of Delhi Police Special Cell on Sunday conducted searches at various hotels in Mumbai in which the arrested players stayed to collect evidence and to find out if there was a link between the spot-fixing case and the bookies who were arrested by the Mumbai police.
The cricket board on Sunday decided to step up surveillance on all players even as it asked Rajasthan Royals to file a criminal case against three members of its squad arrested for spot-fixing — a move expected to strengthen police action against them. HT reports.