The IPL Mess

The auction of two IPL franchises in March 2010 led to a string of allegations surrounding the league's operations and those of its stakeholders. The immediate fallout was the sacking of the league's creator Lalit Modi but the IPL has been at the centre of controversy ever since

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Srinivasan won't contest BCCI election

The BCCI's sidelined president N Srinivasan will not be able to contest the election to any position in the board's annual general meeting, scheduled to take place in Chennai on March 2

Shashi Tharoor chats with Lalit Modi

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Kundra set for Rajasthan Royals exit

The ownership structure of Rajasthan Royals is set to change after Raj Kundra, the co-owner whose involvement in the IPL corruption scandal has been established, decided to offload his stake in the franchise

Shashi Tharoor chats with Lalit Modi

Corruption in the IPL

Verma questions Srinivasan chairing BCCI meet

Aditya Verma, the petitioner in the IPL corruption scandal, has demanded an apology from BCCI members for having allowed N Srinivasan to chair last week's working committee meeting

Shashi Tharoor chats with Lalit Modi

Corruption in cricket

Sundar Raman denies misdemeanour allegations

Sundar Raman, the IPL's chief operating officer, has filed an affidavit in India's Supreme Court in response to the Mudgal panel report and has denied allegations of misdemeanour against him

Shashi Tharoor chats with Lalit Modi

Empower the ACSU to clean up T20

An independent ACSU must be allowed to pursue its own investigations and impose penalties if the game's custodians are serious about stamping out corruption in T20 leagues

Shashi Tharoor chats with Lalit Modi

The man who took on Srini

Aditya Verma used to stand outside the BCCI's offices, trying to get his case heard. These days he and his powerful friends are rather more of a nuisance for the board