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  • IPL spot-fixing: Make player names public, CAB urges Supreme Court 23 hours 3 minutes ago

    There was no decision on ICC chairman N Srinivasan and his Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Chennai Super Kings (CSK) on Tuesday as the hearing on the IPL spot-fixing case in Supreme Court was adjourned to Thursday, but not before Cricket Association of Bihar (CAB) requested SC to make public...
  • SC slams BCCI: Should N Srinivasan step down? Yesterday

    Supreme Court asked Srinivasan to address the question of conflict of interest as head of BCCI and also owner of the Indian Premier League franchise Chennai Super Kings. ...
  • The cleanup in cricket has started today: Lalit Modi Yesterday

    "We made a mistake to let Srinivasan own a team. Unfortunately we are not able to correct it but the cricket lovers have the right to know the name of the players involved," said Modi. ...
  • BCCI faces Supreme Court's wrath Yesterday

    The court asked if a BCCI administrator can own an IPL team and how that does not amount to conflict of interest. ...
  • I'm financing this petition against N Srinivasan: Lalit Modi Yesterday

    Suspended IPL commissioner Lalit Modi made a startling revelation on Monday, admitting that he is the man financing petitioner Aditya Verma against N Srinivasan and others in the IPL spot-fixing case. "I am financing the petition against Srinivasan and others [helping petitioner Verma]. There's no harm in backing anybody who helps...
  • Judiciary is giving priority to this case as much as it can: Justice Mukul Mudgal Yesterday

    The Supreme Court on Monday asked N Srinivasan to address the question of conflict of interest as head of BCCI and also owner of the IPL franchise Chennai Super Kings. ...
  • SC slams BCCI, asks N Srinivasan to address conflict of interest 2 days ago

    Wrapping on the knuckles of BCCI, the Supreme Court on Monday asked ICC Chairman N Srinivasan to address the question of conflict of interest as head of BCCI and also owner of the Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Chennai Super Kings. The apex court resumed hearing in the IPL spot-fixing case...
  • Mumbai Roads Not Deadly-By Indian Standards 2 days ago

    Mumbai: Greater Mumbai, with a population of nearly 18 million people, witnessed more than 23,500 road accidents in 2013, the most of any Indian city. Mumbai was followed by Chennai with 9,705 and Delhi with 7,566 accidents. But Mumbai's roads are not particularly deadly; the city had fewer fatal accidents...
  • Tamil Nadu CM Panneerselvam urges Modi to secure release of 14 fishermen held by Sri Lanka 2 days ago

    Chennai: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister O Panneerselvam has written a letter to the Prime Minister Narendra Modi urging him to ensure the release of 14 fishermen arrested by the Sri Lankan Navy on Sunday for trespassing into Lankan waters. He said it is unfortunate that incident has taken place after...
  • Tamil Nadu should understand concerns on rising water level: Kerala CM 2 days ago

    Chennai: With the water level in the Mullaperiyar dam touching the contentious 142 foot mark, the Kerala government on Monday urged Tamil Nadu to "understand" its concerns over the dam's stability, while indicating that it had no problems sharing water with its neighbour. Chief Minister Oommen...
  • Action against CSK would be disastrous for IPL: India Cements 4 days ago

    New Delhi: India Cements Limited owner of Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Chennai Super Kings told the Supreme Court Friday that any action against it would have disastrous consequences for the cash-rich Twenty20 tournament. If any orders are passed against India Cements it could have "disastrous consequences not only for this...
  • 'Clean' Srinivasan requests SC to reinstate him as BCCI president 5 days ago

    Having regained considerable ground after a clean chit in the IPL probe followed by backing from the BCCI, N Srinivasan on Friday requested the Supreme Court to reinstate him as the BCCI president. Srinivasan, the ICC Chairman, filed an affidavit in the SC requesting the apex court to allow his return...
  • 5 Indian fishermen set free by Sri Lanka arrive in Chennai 5 days ago

    Chennai: Five fishermen from Tamil Nadu, who were sentenced to death in Sri Lanka for alleged drug trafficking but set free after President Mahinda Rajapaksa pardoned them, arrived on Friday. The fishermen from Rameswaram, who were released by Sri Lankan authorities on Thursday, arrived by an Air India flight at 1:05...
  • Tamil fishermen released from Sri Lankan prison to reach home today 6 days ago

    Chennai: The five Indian fishermen serving a death sentence in drug smuggling case will reach home on Thursday. The fishermen were released on Wednesday by Sri Lankan government. The decision came a few days after Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to the Sri Lankan President where they agreed to transfer the...
  • MS Dhoni's stand on Gurunath Meiyappan contradicted by report 1 week ago

    New Delhi: Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni's stand that Gurunath Meiyappan was a "mere cricket enthusiast" supporting Chennai Super Kings has been contradicted by the Justice Mudgal IPL probe committee report. The report, which was partly made public on Monday, has said that investigations have confirmed that Meiyappan was a team...
  • Justice Mukul Mudgal report made public by the Supreme Court November 17, 2014

    Findings of the report were made public on Monday that, while sparing Srinivasan and Meiyappan on match-fixing, indicted Raj Kundra for involvement in betting. ...
  • Gurunath Meiyappan: Cricket ethusiast or team owner? November 17, 2014

    CNN-IBN list evidence that shows Gurunath Meiyappan is more than just a cricket enthusiast. ...
  • IPL Spot-Fixing: Mudgal report a big blow to N Srinivasan November 15, 2014

    The exiled Indian cricket board president Narayanaswamy Srinivasan was just praying that his name should not figure in the Justice Mudgal Committee report on betting and spot-fixing in the 2013 Indian Premier League (IPL). His prayers went unanswered and his name figured prominently among the four individuals identified in the...
  • Mudgal report: Can the BCCI be trusted to clean up Indian cricket? November 14, 2014

    The SC disclosed the names of Srinivasan, Meiyappan, Sunder Raman and Raj Kundra, who were investigated by the Mudgal panel for allegations of spot fixing and betting in IPL 6. ...
  • IPL spot-fixing: Has endgame Srinivasan, CSK begun? November 14, 2014

    Is it the end of the road for N Srinivasan as a cricket administrator in India? Is Chennai Super Kings (CSK) on its way out of the IPL? And most importantly, is India finally saying "enough's enough, let's clear all the muck in our cricket"? All hell broke lose in the...
  • Air India launches dedicated phones for flight update in fog season November 14, 2014

    New Delhi: Ahead of the fog season, Air India has beefed up its telephone network in four major metros in addition to its all-India toll-free call centre to provide latest status of its flights. The airline has set up dedicated telephone numbers in Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai, in addition...
  • Jayalalithaa disqualified for 10 years: Tamil Nadu issues notification November 12, 2014

    Chennai: AIADMK chief Jayalalithaa is disqualified from contesting elections for ten years, the Tamil Nadu government has said in a gazette notification. "Consequent upon the conviction of Selvi J Jayalalithaa, Member of the Legislative Assembly, she stands disqualified for being a Member of the Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly from the date...
  • IPL Mess: Will the truth ever come out? November 10, 2014

    The Supreme Court said it will go through the Mudgal committee report and examine whether it could be made public or parts of it should be withheld. ...
  • SC adjourns hearing on Mukul Mudgal IPL spot-fixing report to November 14 November 10, 2014

    The Supreme Court has adjourned the hearing on Justice Mudgal Committee report on the Indian Premier League spot-fixing to November 14. The judges have not read the report yet. According to sources, N Srinivasan is ready to contest elections for the post of BCCI president. Srinivasan is ready with three sets...
  • Supreme Court to take up Justice Mukul Mudgal panel report November 10, 2014

    The fate of some big names are sealed in that envelope. Be it BCCI Supremo N Srinivasan, his son in law Gurunath Meiyappan or the future of his team Chennai Super Kings. ...
  • IPL Scandal: Will Mudgal committee report be an eyewash or eye opener? November 10, 2014

    The Supreme Court is scheduled to hear the IPL spot-fixing case on Monday after the Justice Mukul Mudgal-led committee probing the case submitted its final report on November 3, but will it be an eye opener or an eyewash? The sealed envelope in possession of the court could lay bare many...
  • Amit Shah likely to visit private eye hospital in Chennai November 7, 2014

    Chennai: BJP president Amit Shah is likely to visit a private eye hospital on Friday, party sources said. However the purpose of the visit was not disclosed. The 50-year-old close aide of Prime Minister Narendra Modi is on a private visit and has not scheduled any party programmes, the sources...
  • INS Sudarshini sail to mark 50-years of Indo-Singapore bilateral ties November 5, 2014

    Chennai: Indian Navy's sailing ship INS Sudarshini is set to sail from Kochi to Singapore next month to mark the golden jubilee of bilateral ties between India and the island state in South-East Asia. "To mark the completion of 50 years of diplomatic ties between India and Singapore,...
  • One India player, MS Dhoni's conflict of interest mentioned in Mudgal report: sources November 3, 2014

    The final IPL spot-fixing probe report submitted to the Supreme Court by the Justice Mukul Mudgal committee on Monday contains the name of one India national player, while also highlighting the conflict of interest of India and Chennai Super Kings captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni, sources told CNN-IBN. CNN-IBN has also learnt...
  • Hyderabad replaces Chennai in Champions Tennis League November 3, 2014

    New Delhi: Hyderabad on Monday replaced Chennai team in the southern group of the upcoming Champions Tennis League (CTL), beginning November 17. The Chennai players - Mark Philippoussis, Martina Hingis, Mikhail Youzhny and Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan - will now represent the Hyderabad franchise, according to the organisers. Hyderabad will host Bangalore on November...