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Int'l Cricket Council On High Anti-Fixing Alert For Champions Trophy
Published June 6, 2013
WANTED FOR QUESTIONING: The AFP reported police in New Delhi on Wednesday questioned the owner of an IPL cricket team "as part of a widening investigation into fixing in the domestic tournament." Investigators summoned Rajasthan Royals Owner Raj Kundra to seek information on three players from his team "who have been arrested over allegations of spot-fixing during the Twenty20 tournament" (AFP, 6/5).