The cricket Board's two-member inquiry panel and the Anti-Corruption and Security Unit Officer, Ravi Sawani, will hold a meeting this week to iron out issues before the probe starts in the betting and spot-fixing case.
“The Board has faced criticism over the appointment of the panel. And the issue looks complicated and the probe cannot go forward without the cooperation of the police and the courts," a top Board official said. The BCCI has also been requesting the police to allow access to records in the case.
Srini for ICC meet
N Srinivasan, in all probability, will attend the ICC annual conference in London starting on June 25. HT has learnt the BCCI president, who has stepped aside from his role temporarily, has argued that only his presence would help BCCI as the Decision Review System which India alone opposes is on the agenda.