Pepsi’s termination notice squarely blames the cricket board for breaching the contract as they failed to keep the sport clean.
The CBI, which raided several premises of Singh and his colleagues on Wednesday night, reportedly found “incriminating documents”.
CBI registered a case of corruption against joint director of Enforcement Directorate (ED) office in Ahmedabad.
BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur said that the matter should be referred to the legal committee and the ACU.
The IPL Governing Council took the decision after going through the recommendations of the Working Group.
CSK have already moved court against the suspension and a hearing at the Madras High Court is scheduled on Thursday.
The Delhi court last month had discharged all accused, including S Sreesanth, Ajit Chandila and Ankeet Chavan in the 2013 case.
Mumbai wing of ED on Monday requested it’s head office in Delhi to send it’s application seeking a red corner notice against Modi.
Sourav Ganguly was not present but interestingly, controversial IPL COO Sundar Raman attended the meeting.
Sources in the board revealed that it would look into the cases of Chandila and Hiken Shah in the first week of August.
S Sreesanth feels he still has a few years of cricket left in him, appeals to BCCI to facilitate return.
All the 36 accused persons, including Sreesanth, were on Saturday discharged in the spot fixing case.
Here is how the IPL spot fixing case unfolded.
Lodha panel to take 5 months to submit report suggesting reforms, allowing BCCI time to get act together.
Legal complications of ending the contracts of CSK, RR will appear as big deterrent should the IPL and BCCI consider an amputation.