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  • Lalit Modi drops civil suit against Chris Cairns

    Former IPL Commissioner Lalit Modi has decided to drop a USD 3.3 million (approx Rs 22 crore) civil law suit against Chris Cairns in the match fixing scandal, a major reprieve for the New Zealand all-rounder who was recently cleared of any wrongdoing in a perjury trial

  • Sharad Pawar: Credit for IPL's success should go to Lalit Modi

    Former president of the International Cricket Council and Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) Sharad Pawar, yesterday opened up about Lalit Modi, the former commissioner of the Indian Premier League

  • Will be transparent in our dealings, says RCA president Lalit Modi

    With decks cleared for him to continue as president of Rajasthan Cricket Association (RCA) following rival Amin pathan's withdrawal of 'No Confidence Motion', former IPL commissioner Lalit Modi in a series of tweets spoke about making the state association "transparent"

  • The beautiful game

    For all their apparent enthusiasm over the IPL matches, and their intense involvement with the back room politics of the immensely lucrative cricket league, both Shah Rukh Khan and Lalit Modi, it seems were initially more keen to invest in a football league, according to sources

  • Lalit Modi set to launch civil claim for fraud against Chris Cairns

    Former IPL Commissioner Lalit Modi is set to launch a 1.5 million pound sterling civil claim for fraud against Chris Cairns, the former New Zealand all-rounder who was last week found not guilty of perjury at Southwark Crown Court, according to a media report

  • It has not been a victory: Chris Cairns on match-fixing trial

    The case has been a hell for everyone involved, says relieved former New Zealand all-rounder Chris Cairns after being cleared of perjury charges

  • Chris Cairns acquitted of match-fixing perjury charges

    Former New Zealand cricket captain Chris Cairns has been cleared by a British court of charges of perjury and perverting the course of justice over match fixing

  • Post-Bihar, government to face assertive Opposition in parliament's winter session

    Parliament's month-long winter session starting Thursday is likely to see a more assertive opposition taking on the government on a range of issues including 'intolerance', price rise and decision to liberalise norms for foreign investment

  • SRK's weekend getaway

    Word comes in that like every thing else in his life, SRK’s home in Alibagh is exceptional

  • Two Modis in London

    On the face of it, there couldn’t be two individuals who appear more different. One born a humble tea stall owner’s son and the other the scion of a leading industrialist’s family with the proverbial silver spoon in mouth

  • ED seeks Lalit Modi's extradition; writes to MHA

    With Interpol delaying issuing Red Corner notice against former IPL Chairman Lalit Modi, the Enforcement Directorate has asked the government to initiate extradition proceedings with the UK in connection with its money laundering case registered against him and others

  • ED to issue final notices in a dozen IPL cases involving Lalit Modi

    The Enforcement Directorate (ED) is preparing to serve final penalty notices in close to a dozen alleged forex violation cases against former IPL Chairman Lalit Modi and others as part of its wide-ranging probe in the alleged financial irregularities in various editions of the T-20 cricket extravaganza

  • When will Lalit Modi be brought back, Congress asks Centre

    The Congress on Friday asked the central government to specify a time frame for bringing back former cricket IPL chief Lalit Modi to the country and alleged that he enjoyed the patronage of the ruling NDA dispensation

  • A gem of a community

    Yesterday’s Forbes list of billionaires confirmed what we’d always known: the Parsis are by far the most brilliant community in India

  • Rakesh Maria's stint as Mumbai CP was fraught with controversy

    Ever since he took charge as commissioner in February 2014, his tenure has been mired in controversy, be it for paying a visit to Lalit Modi, the Malwani hooch tragedy, or the moral policing issue

  • Interpol need not hear Lalit Modi before issuing RCN: ED

    The Enforcement Directorate today contested claims made by the Lalit Modi camp that the former IPL boss will be heard before Interpol issues a Red Corner Notice against him, noting the world police body has to honour a non-bailable warrant issued by a court of a sovereign nation

  • Lalit Modi faction mulling legal action against ad-hoc body

    The BCCI might have formed an ad-hoc body in Rajasthan Cricket Association to ensure the state's participation in domestic tournaments but the move may lead to more legal tangles as the Lalit Modi faction in the RCA is planning to move the court against the Board

  • Red Corner notice to be issued against Lalit Modi: Government

    A Red Corner notice will be issued against Lalit Modi that will enable India to seek the extradition of the former IPL Commissioner from the UK in connection with a money laundering case registered against him, Government said

  • PM getting 'scared', will put pressure for bringing back Lalit Modi: Rahul Gandhi

    Rejecting the government's defence over the Lalit Modi issue, Rahul Gandhi launched a scathing attack on External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, whom he dared to bring Lalit Modi back to India

  • Government says ready to discuss Lalit Modi issue

    The government on Wednesday said it was willing to discuss the Lalit Modi issue under an adjournment motion as demanded by the Congress in the Lok Sabha