Tag Archives: BCCI
- Law panel solicits cricket board’s views on legalized betting in India
August 9, 2017
The Law Commission of India wants to hear the views of state associations on the issue of legalized betting in the country before it submits its recommendations. The country’s top law panel was tasked by the Supreme Court to review the possibility of making sports betting and gambling in casinos...
- Indian cricket team banned from visiting casinos in Australia
January 18, 2016
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is keeping a close watch on its players, even from a continent away. The Indian cricket team, led by Mahendra Singh Dhoni, was in Australia over the weekend to play the One Day International against the Aussie team. And to—possibly—boost the...
- India should legalize cricket betting, says panel led by former Chief Justice
January 4, 2016
A Supreme Court-appointed panel has recommended that India authorize betting on cricket while making match- and spot-fixing a criminal offence. On Monday, a three-member committee headed by India’s former Chief Justice R.M. Lodha issued its report (read it here) following a year-long study of cricket and its governing body, the...
- Indian Premier League teams suspended for match-fixing
July 15, 2015
Two Indian Premier League (IPL) cricket teams have been suspended due to illegal betting and match fixing. A three-member panel, which was appointed by India’s Supreme Court, has recommended a two-year suspension of the Chennai Super Kings and the Rajasthan Royals after team officials were found to be illegally betting...
Indian cricket team banned from visiting casinos in Australia
January 18, 2016