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N Srinivasan and Sundar Raman arrive for an ACC meeting

India cricket

IPL = Alibaba and the Forty Thieves?

Former India allrounder Kirti Azad questions the functioning of the IPL and BCCI in his piece for the DNA

Indian cricket

Indian cricket on a downward spiral

Shiv Visvanathan, in Deccan Chronicle, explains how the troubles Indian cricket faces in recent times and the silence of reputed voices has left him jaded

Corruption in cricket

'That's when my life changed'

In a five-part interview with NewstalkZB, Lou Vincent details how he got into fixing

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ICC annual conference 2014

Cricket makes 'a fool of itself'

hloe Saltau, writing in the Sydney Morning Herald, says the support Srinivasan has received from other ICC members does not improve the game's image when it comes to fighting corruption.

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India cricket

'All investigations till now are independent silos'

In an interview with the Week, former Delhi Police commissioner Neeraj Kumar shares his views on the fixing scandal of IPL 2013 and the ongoing probe led by Justice Mukul Mudgal


Do fans care about fixing?

It is up to the fans to decide whether match-fixing matters, writes Telford Vice. He provides the examples of Hansie Cronje and Mohammad Azharuddin, and says that people "get the game they deserve"


Harsha Bhogle, the storyteller

Harsha Bhogle discusses the early influences that shaped his commentary, censorship, unsavoury trysts on twitter and physical attributes in television presenting with the Hindu's Arun Venugopal

Indian cricket

Mudgal panel a welcome change

Pradeep Magazine, in the Hindustan Times, recalls an investigation into Indian cricketers that took place 17 years ago with regards to a similar kind of scandal that is presently cloaked over the IPL

Indian cricket

To thwart BCCI stalling

Suresh Menon, in Wisden India believes it is high time that professional investigative agencies stepped in and took control of the IPL spot-fixing scandal