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The Board for Control of Cricket in India, which looks after the game of Cricket in the country, is drawing flak from people and the judicial body for its failure to save the game from the clutches of the bookies and the underworld. Public Interest Litigation has been filed across the nation, which seeks to control the independent body
A petition has been filed in the Supreme Court by a cricket lover Kuldeep Singh, who seeks a ban on the Indian Premiere League and wants the sports ministry to take control of the gentlemens game
IPL chairman and BCCI vice president Rajiv Shukla is very sad and disheartened on Sahara pulling out from the IPL due to financial differences with the board
Lucknow, May 22 (ANI): In a bizarre sight, two jawans of the Provincial Armed Constabulary (PAC) exchanged rounds of lathis with each other at a place where Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav was addressing a meeting.
Agartala, May 22 (IANS) A consumer court in Tripura has ordered Cadbury India to pay a compensation of Rs.30,000 to a complainant who found an iron pin inside a chocolate bar made by the company. But the company said it disagreed with the findings of the consumer court and would file an appeal against the order in the higher court
Hyderabad, May 22 (IANS) Netxcell Limited, a leading telecom technology services provider, Wednesday announced its association with Funmobile, a leader in the mobile content domain in west Africa.
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Mumbai /New Delhi/ Patna, May 22 (ANI): The BCCI on Wednesday said that it is not their job to catch the bookies and others involved in betting but they would take action if players in their ambit, are found guilty.
- bcci in trouble, madras hc seeks government to takeover
- pil filed seeking sports ministry takeover of cricket
- "very sad on sahara’s decision to pull out , says rajiv shukla "
- Lucknow: PAC jawans caught on camera exchanging lathis
- Cadbury ordered to pay Rs.30,000 compensation; says will move higher court