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Chris Cairns v Lalit Modi

ESPNcricinfo staff

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Lalit Modi, then the IPL commissioner, tweeted in January 2010 that Chris Cairns, the former New Zealand allrounder, had been removed from the forthcoming IPL auction list because of his involvement with match-fixing during the Indian Cricket League. Denying the claims of fixing, Cairns sued Modi for defamation in the London High Court. Here's the full coverage of the case

January 7, 2010
News - Chris Cairns to sue Lalit Modi

March 23, 2010
News - Distressed by Modi's claims - Cairns

March 5, 2012
News - Accusation reduced my career to dust - Cairns

March 6, 2012
News - Cairns' former team-mates allege fixing demands

March 7, 2012
News - Rumours made Cairns 'barking' angry

March 7, 2012
News - ICL officials had their own 'agenda'

March 8, 2012
News - Cairns fixing investigation 'shambolic' - Beer

March 9, 2012
News - Cairns' fury as Modi fails to give evidence

March 12, 2012
News - Players stand by Cairns accusations

March 14, 2012
News - Judge refuses late witness for Modi

March 16, 2012
News - Cairns a 'scapegoat' court hears

March 26, 2012
News - Cairns wins libel case against Modi

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