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Cricket: Probe implicates BCCI chief's relative in IPL betting

The newly-elected boss of world cricket N. Srinivasan suffered a blow on Monday when an Indian Supreme Court panel probing a match-fixing scandal said his son-in-law was guilty of illegal betting on games. After an extensive probe, the three-member panel also said allegations of match-fixing against Gurunath Meiyappan during the Indian Premier League required further investigation, the Press Trust of India reported.

Cricket: Probe implicates BCCI chief's relative in IPL betting - report

A Supreme Court panel probing a match-fixing scandal in the Indian Premier League said Monday the son-in-law of Indian cricket chief N. Srinivasan was guilty of illegal betting on games, the Press Trust of India reported. The three-member panel, headed by retired judge Mukul Mudgal, said the allegations of fixing against Gurunath Meiyappan required further investigation, the news agency reported.

Cricket: Prior says England may be forced into IPL review

England wicketkeeper Matt Prior warned Thursday of the prospect of rows between players and administrators unless the England and Wales Cricket Board softened its stance towards the Indian Premier League. The lucrative domestic Twenty20 competition attracts players from all around the world. However, the ECB will not allow any of their centrally-contracted England players to play longer than half a season in the Indian franchise tournament because of Test commitments.

Cricket: IPL team fined for foreign exchange breaches

Owners of Indian Premier League side Rajasthan Royals were on Monday slapped with a fine of one billion rupees ($18.8 million) for alleged foreign exchange violations, officials said. The enforcement directorate of the ministry of finance said it had given the owners, who include Bollywood star Shilpa Shetty and her businessman husband Raj Kundra, 45 days to pay the fine. "The foreign investment in the franchise was made in flagrant contravention of Foreign Exchange Maintenance Act," the directorate said in a statement.

Cricket: IPL team fined for foreign exchange breaches

Owners of Indian Premier League side Rajasthan Royals were on Monday slapped with a fine of one billion rupees ($18.8 million) for alleged foreign exchange violations, officials said. The enforcement directorate of the ministry of finance said it had given the owners, who include Bollywood star Shilpa Shetty and her businessman husband Raj Kundra, 45 days to pay the fine. "The foreign investment in the franchise was made in flagrant contravention of Foreign Exchange Maintenance Act," the directorate said in a statement.

Cricket: IPL team fined for foreign exchange breaches

Owners of Indian Premier League side Rajasthan Royals have been slapped with a fine of one billion rupees ($18.8 million) for alleged foreign exchange violations, media reports said on Monday. The enforcement directorate of the ministry of finance has given the owners, who include Bollywood star Shilpa Shetty and her businessman husband Raj Kundra, 45 days to pay the fine or file an appeal. "The foreign investment in the franchise was made in flagrant contravention of Foreign Exchange Maintenance Act," NDTV news channel quoted an order from the directorate as saying.
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