INDIA TV STING

  • ICC launches probe, but can 'fixing' be curbed? October 9, 2012

    London: The International Cricket Council has launched an "urgent investigation" following allegations by an Indian television station that several umpires were willing to fix matches for money. India TV on Monday broadcast footage of a sting operation - undertaken by undercover reporters in July, August and September - that purportedly...
  • ICC calls for 'urgent investigation' of sting October 9, 2012

    Rattled by India TV's sting operations on six umpires, the apex body has promised a swift action. ...
  • Umpires corrupt as well? This fixing rot runs deep October 9, 2012

    A sting operation done by the news channel 'India TV' has revealed that even the umpiring decisions are on sale....
  • Umpire Nadeem Ghauri refutes fixing allegations October 9, 2012

    New Delhi: On Monday, news channel India TV broadcast the sting operation they had carried out exposing umpires from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka agreeing to fix Twenty20 matches in return for financial benefits. However, according to a report published on Pakistani news website thenews.com.pk, Nadeem Ghauri, one of the...
  • 'Fixing' sting hurts IPL, BCCI worried May 15, 2012

    New Delhi: The spectre of fixing came back to haunt Indian cricket on Monday when a news channel aired a sting operation alleging illegal activity in the IPL, to which the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) responded with a strongly worded press release, saying those involved will...