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Bangalore court grants Rs 50 lakh to Divya Spandana for defamatory damages

Ramya had sought damages of Rs 10 crore from the media outlet but the judgment was passed considering the status of both the plaintiff and the defendant (Asianet News Network Private Ltd and Suvarna News 24x7).

Jalpaiguri: IPL betting racket busted, four held

“During the raid, some incriminating documents related to betting, 10 mobile phones and over Rs 3 lakh cash were seized,” said a CID official. Officials said that the accused allegedly used different websites to conduct the betting.

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Cricket betting: ED arrests three bookies

A day after raiding several residential and office premises of alleged cricket bookies in various cities, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Wednesday arrested three persons- two from New Delhi and one from Ahmedabad.

‘IPL betting accused started conning people 15 days back’

The accused were arrested from Mauli Jagran when the they were taking money from a decoy customer sent by the operations cell.

8 bookies held in Nashik,Thane

Eight bookies were arrested in Nashik and Thane Thursday for IPL betting.

Supreme Court defers hearing on Indian Premier League betting, spot-fixing

A bench headed by Justice A K Patnaik said the case will be heard on non-miscellaneous day.

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‘AAP can’t just say rule is wrong, won’t obey. Dandi March was a far noble cause’

In this Idea Exchange moderated by Senior Editor (Legal Affairs) Maneesh Chhibber, Justice Mukul Mudgal, who probed IPL betting and fixing and was among those AAP claims to have consulted on Jan Lokpal Bill, talks about the game, Kejriwal govt.

IPL betting probe: Senior Tamil Nadu cop suspended for violation of 'conduct rules'

The investigation of IPL betting case is under advanced stage, a CB-CID official said.

CBI chief Ranjit Sinha expresses regret over rape remarks

Sinha said he has deep sense of regard and respect for women and commitment to gender issues.

IPL betting: Scams happen in every sport, says Vijay Mallya

Six prominent "Indian capped" players' names, including one who is part of the current team cropped up in the report filed by the committee.

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