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Director of Zimbabwe Cricket charged under ICC Anti-Corruption Code 11.6.2018 Sify Finance
[India], June 11 (ANI): The International Cricket Council (ICC) has charged Enock Ikope, chairman of the Harare Metropolitan Cricket Association and director of Zimbabwe Cricket, with three counts
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Sports Shorts: India, Pakistan set to lock horns in Kabaddi Masters 11.6.2018 Rediff: Sports
A summary of sports events and persons who made news on Monday
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PMO 'unleashing' LG, CBI, ED, I-T against AAP govt: Kejriwal 11.6.2018 Rediff: News
Kejriwal said 14 cases have been registered against AAP ministers and their relatives since it form the government in 2015.
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PRISM asks Mizoram Guv to leave State 3.6.2018 The Assam Tribune
PRISM asks Mizoram Guv to leave State
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Arbaaz Khan admits to IPL betting; lost Rs 2.75 crore 2.6.2018 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
The actor's name cropped up during the investigation of a bookie, Sonu Jalan, who was arrested by the police on Tuesday.
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IPL chief Rajeev Shukla reacts to betting scandal involving actor Arbaaz Khan 2.6.2018 DNA: Recent Columns
Bollywood actor and producer Arbaaz Khan on Saturday accepted that he had placed bets in the Indian Premier League (IPL) matches last year. Khan, who appeared before the Thane Police for interrogation on Saturday, confessed that he lost Rs 2.75 crore in IPL betting, as per sources. Meanwhile, Thane Police Commissioner, Param Bir Singh said that interrogation in the matter is underway, while adding that the Deputy Commissioner of Police will brief about it once the interrogation concludes. Speaking over the matter, IPL Commissioner, Rajeev Shukla told ANI, "The matter is with the police, we have nothing to do with it. Both Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and International Cricket Council (ICC) have anti-corruption units, police can coordinate with them." Arbaaz, brother of Bollywood superstar Salman Khan, was on Friday summoned by the Thane Anti-Extortion Cell, to join the investigation in the case. The 50-year-old's name cropped up during the investigation of a bookie, Sonu Jalan, who was ...
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An-32 scam: Rahul asks Modi to take action 31.5.2018 Sify Finance
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Cricket corruption ‘goes right to the top’, says Sri Lanka 31.5.2018 The Assam Tribune
Cricket corruption ‘goes right to the top’, says Sri Lanka
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Thane anti-extortion cell nabs Sonu Jalan, India's leading cricket bookie 29.5.2018 DNA: Top News
The anti-extortion cell of the Thane Crime Branch on Tuesday arrested Sonu Yogendra Jalan, alias Sonu Malad, one of the country’s leading cricket bookies. He was arrested in connection with a betting racket that was busted in Dombivali on May 16. Jalan was arrested from Kalyan on Tuesday evening by the anti-extortion cell for providing software to the five bookies who were arrested in the Dombivali case. “His software called ‘Bet and Take’ is quite famous among bookies and is used by them in India and internationally as well,” said police inspector Rajkumar Kotmire, of the Thane anti-extortion cell. “His arrest is big, as it will help us unearth the national and international network of bookies,” he added. On May 16, four bookies – Gautam Savla, 43, Nitin Punjani, 28, Nikhil Sampat, 53 and Khushal Khimji, 41 were arrested by the anti-extortion cell during a raid in a shop at Shanti Sadan, Dombivli east.  They were caught betting online as well as on their mobile phone during the Indian Premier League ...
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'2019 election won't be a cakewalk for the BJP' 29.5.2018 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
'Despite the BJP's successes at the state-level, replicating their 282-seat majority in 2019 is going to be an uphill climb.'
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Spot-fixing row: Cricket Australia wants unedited evidence submitted to ICC investigation team 29.5.2018 DNA: Opinion
Cricket Australia on Monday demanded unedited evidence to be made available to an International Cricket Council (ICC) investigation team, after a documentary by a Middle-East television channel alleged pitch doctoring and spot fixing in three Test matches. Cricket Australia chief executive James Sutherland, however, stressed that there was no credible evidence linking any Australian players to the revelations made in the sting, cricket.com.au reported. In the documentary, a match-fixer claims that two unnamed Australian batsmen were paid off to bat slowly during a period of play in a Test match in Ranchi between India and Australia. "Although not having been provided an opportunity to view the documentary or any raw footage, our long-standing position on these matters is that credible claims will be treated very seriously and fully investigated," cricket.com.au quoted Sutherland as saying. A Middle-East television channel recently carried out a sting operation which alleged pitch doctoring in three Test ...
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Spot-fixing row: Cricket Australia requests evidence 29.5.2018 Sify Finance
[India], May 29 (ANI): Cricket Australia on Monday demanded unedited evidence to be made available to an International Cricket Council (ICC) investigation team, after a documentary by a
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BCCI decides to wait and watch on pitch-fixing sting 28.5.2018 The Assam Tribune
BCCI decides to wait and watch on pitch-fixing sting
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ICC probes pitch-fixing sting of 3 India Test matches 28.5.2018 Sify Finance
[India], May 28 (ANI): The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Sunday responded to a documentary by a Middle-East television channel alleging pitch doctoring and match fixing in three Test
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3 India Tests under fixing scanner, BCCI says working with ICC 28.5.2018 Sify Finance
[India], May 28 (ANI): The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Sunday said that it has a zero-tolerance approach to any activity or act that brings the game of cricket to disrepute or
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Match-fixing allegation: ICC demands complete footage from TV channel 27.5.2018 DNA: Top News
A sting operation has claimed to unearth 'pitch-fixing' and 'spot-fixing' in Test matches featuring heavyweights like India and Australia but the ICC said its investigation into the allegations is being hampered by the channel's refusal to share evidence. The sting has been carried out by the Al Jazeera channel and the matches in question are India vs Sri Lanka (Galle, July 26-29, 2017), India vs Australia (Ranchi, March 16-20, 2017) and India vs England (Chennai, December 16-20, 2016). The first and third Tests mentioned were won by India while the Ranchi encounter ended in a draw. The charges -- pitch could have been doctored at the behest of fixers (India vs Sri Lanka), and involvement of some Australian and England players in spot-fixing the other two games. However, no Indian player's name has cropped up in any wrongdoing. The ICC said it is investigating but also stated that the channel has not cooperated in the matter. "We have been in ongoing dialogue with the broadcaster which has refused our ...
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Coach Trevor Bayliss hits out at 'outrageous' claims of England 'fixing' in India 27.5.2018 DNA: Mumbai
England coach Trevor Bayliss has described allegations his side fixed aspects of a Test against India at Chennai in 2016 as "outrageous". After England's nine-wicket defeat by Pakistan in the first Test at Lord's on Sunday, Bayliss was asked to comment on the allegations made in a programme about spot-fixing broadcast by the Al Jazeera television channel. "Outrageous," Bayliss told Sky Sports. "I knew a documentary was going to be coming out. I wouldn't have a clue what's in it yet, or seen it. But, having been there (at the Chennai Test), outrageous is all I can say," the Australian added. England lost that Test in Chennai by an innings and 75 runs. Bayliss's words were endorsed by England and Wales Cricket Board chief executive Tom Harrison, who said neither his organisation nor the International Cricket Council had "any credible evidence" of corruption involving England players. "There is nothing we have seen that would make us doubt any of our players in any way whatsoever," Harrison said in a board ...
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Match-fixing: BCCI working closely with ICC anti-corruption unit, says it has 'zero-tolerance approach' 27.5.2018 DNA: Mumbai
Test matches featuring heavyweights India and Australia could have been among those influenced by match-fixers in the last two years, a sting operation has alleged but the two Boards have decided to wait for the completion of an ongoing ICC probe before acting on the sensational claims. The sting has been carried out by Al Jazeera channel and the matches in question are India vs Sri Lanka (Galle, July 26-29, 2017), India vs Australia (Ranchi, March 16-20, 2017) and India vs England (Chennai, December 16-20, 2016). The first and third Tests mentioned were won by India while the Ranchi encounter ended in a draw. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) put out a strong statement on Sunday, saying it has a "zero-tolerance approach" towards match-fixing. "BCCI has a zero-tolerance approach to any activity that brings the game of cricket to disrepute. BCCI anti-corruption unit is working closely with the ICC anti-corruption unit on alleged claims by a TV channel," said the BCCI in a statement. The ...
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Sting operation claims ‘pitch fixed’ during India-SL Test; ICC starts probe 27.5.2018 The Assam Tribune
Sting operation claims ‘pitch fixed’ during India-SL Test; ICC starts probe
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'Don't have information on India-Lanka match fixing' 26.5.2018 Sify Finance
[India], May 26 (ANI): Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) senior official Rajeev Shukla on Saturday said that Indian cricket board has not received any information in connection with
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