Simon Katich and Ramnaresh Sarwan are among a group of cricketers still owed contract payments from the BCCI for the 2010 Twenty20 Indian Premier League
Andy Zaltzman is almost back to normal after being debriefed on the World Cup, though a revolting song stays stuck in his head
Also: the IPL is here
Former India captain Sourav Ganguly is set to play in the Ranji Trophy for his state side Bengal, in a bid to attain top form and fitness ahead of IPL 2011
The scrapping of two IPL franchises just may be the opportunity the league needs to fashion itself as a world-class enterprise, but will the BCCI take it up?
Each IPL game fetches upwards of £10 million in legal bets. And that's just the tip of the iceberg. Will legalising betting in India end the fixing menace once and for all?
Who is cricket run for - advertisers, television companies, franchisees? Is anyone thinking of the players and the fans?
Ness Wadia, one of the co-owners of the Kings XI Punjab, accused the media of sentencing suspended IPL chairman Lalit Modi without a trial and expressed his desire to see Modi back at the helm
Lalit Modi has replied to the BCCI's third show-cause notice accusing him of irregularities in awarding the theatrical rights for the third IPL season
Suspended IPL Commissioner Lalit Modi is set to reply to the third show cause notice issued by BCCI, repeating his demand that Shashank Manohar and N Srinivasan recuse themselves from participating in his trial
Lalit Modi, in his reply to the second show-cause notice served on him by the BCCI - which was prompted by a letter from Giles Clarke - has said that Clarke's allegations were "motivated" and "not worthy of credence"
Suspended IPL commissioner Lalit Modi has been served a third notice by the Indian board, this time over the granting of theatrical rights last November for the third season of the tournament
Despite India's early exit from the World Twenty20 for a second time in a row, the BCCI hasn't grasped the harm the IPL's bloated schedule is doing
Lalit Modi has asked Shashank Manohar and N Srinivasan to remove themselves from all proceedings involving the show cause notice issued to him and to instead constitute an independent panel to adjudicate on the issue
Lalit Modi's legal team is confident of receiving a positive response to the mail sent on Tuesday to members of the IPL governing council seeking an independent panel to look into the charges against him
Paul Condon, the outgoing chief of the ICC's Anti-Corruption and Security Unit (ACSU), has said there is uncertainty over whether or not there was any match-fixing involved in the first and second editions of the IPL
The IPL has an enviable track record in maximising ad revenue by creating, and selling, space. However, a survey by global ad agency Dentsu Media suggests the league may have been guilty of overkill
Clarke's selflessness, Modi's response, and why parties weren't to blame for India's poor showing
Modi will now have to submit his response by May 31, a ten-day extension from the original deadline
Senior BCCI functionaries met the top brass of IMG in Mumbai today to question their role in the various allegations related to the IPL
Lalit Modi, the suspended IPL chairman, has filed his reply to the BCCI's show-cause notice in typically dramatic fashion
While the BCCI is a private body governed by its own constitution and by-laws, Modi can appeal to India's legal system for justice under certain circumstances according to Delhi-based lawyer Rahul Mehra
Lalit Modi will be submitting his reply to the BCCI's show-cause notice, issued on April 26, tomorrow in Mumbai
Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi has said the decision to include two new teams and increase the matches next season met opposition even within the governing council