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Misconduct is not only punishable against team officials but also the franchises: SC on making CSK, RR accountable

SC objects to BCCI calling Justice Mudgal panel findings in IPL betting scam as “preliminary”. SC says BCCI cannot “trivialise” a high power committee formed by the SC using its “superior powers”

Findings of the Justice Mudgal panel that Meiyappan indulged in betting is restricted to the current SC proceedings and will not affect his criminal trial.

BCCI conducts a public function and so amenable under the jurisdiction of the High Court. It exclusively regulates and controls cricket in india. It sets standards, norms, chooses players, umpires. Players’ dreams are made and go up in smoke with decisions of the BCCI, observes SC

SC holds as unsustainable and impermissible amendment in BCCI rule permitting cricket administrator to have commercial interest in IPL

Meiyappan proved to be team official and not just cricket enthusiast. Kundra, a part owner; their guilt reflects on the respective franchises — CSK and Rajasthan Royals

SC finds that there is only a suspicion of cover-up by N. Srinivasan. Suspicion is not proof to hold him guilty, it says

SC holds that anyone who holds commercial interests in IPL shall be disqualified from contesting in BCCI elections, which can be held in six weeks

BCCI did not adhere to prescribed procedures while conducting probe in IPL spot-fixing and betting scandal: SC.

A three member committee of ex-CJI R.M. Lodha and retired SC judges Ashok Bhan and R.V. Raveendran will decide quantum of punishment for Kundra, Meiyappan, CSK and Rajasthan Royals

SC sets up 3-member panel headed by to decide quantum of punishment against Meiyappan and Kundra.

SC frames seven questions on which it has passed its verdict.

Rajasthan Royals owner Raj Kundra and Srinivasan’s son-in-law Gurunath Meiyappan’s role in betting stands proved: SC.

SC says conflict of interest in Cricket leads to great confusion.

Amendment in BCCI rules allowing Srinivasan to own IPL team, is bad: SC.

Srinivasan must choose between BCCI chief post and Chennai Super Kings, says Supreme Court

No clean chit to Srinivasan on issue of conflict of interest, says SC

Amendment to rule 6.2.4 incorporated by the Board in February 2008, which enabled BCCI officials to own IPL teams, struck down

Charges of cover-up against N. Srinivasan not proved, says SC

Supreme Court says N. Srinivasan’s son-in-law Gurunath Meiyappan involved in betting

Meiyappan and Rajasthan Royals’ Raj Kundra are team officials, says SC


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