LTA Prize Funding Cut Sparks Fury Inaugural ISL Season Dubbed 'Fantastic' League Notes Match-Fixing Law Doesn't Go Far Enough Ecclestone Pushes For Engine Changes FIBA Says JBA Facing Serious Issues PCB To Donate Proceeds To Families Dick Pound To Investigate Allegations Ecclestone Wins Battle For F1 Control Supreme Court Asks BCCI For List
Enter amount in full numerical value, without currency symbol or commas (ex: 3000000).
SBD Global/May 24, 2013/Leagues and Governing Bodies
Focus Of IPL Cricket Betting Scandal Shifts To Chennai Super Kings CEO
Published May 24, 2013
NEW LEGISLATION: The PTI also reported the Union Law Ministry "is mulling a new anti-fixing legislation." Sports Minister Jitendra Singh said, "We are in touch with the Home Ministry and the Law Ministry to work out the law. We will consult the Attorney General before moving forward. It is necessary that there is a law or a deterrent. There is no guarantee that this is not happening in other sports. Who knows it might have started in other sports as well" (PTI, 5/23).