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Delhi And Mumbai Police Face Loose Ends In Indian Premier League Spot-Fixing Investigation
Published June 14, 2013
ANOTHER ARREST: In Chennai, Shubhomoy Sikdar wrote Feroz -- "a bookie who was allegedly in touch with members of the underworld based in Dubai and Karachi and served as a connecting link between them and other bookies based in India" -- has been arrested by the Delhi Police Special Cell in connection with the IPL spot-fixing case (THE HINDU, 6/13).
WOMEN'S CRICKET: The PTI reported an inquiry committee formed by the Pakistan Cricket Board to probe allegations of sexual harassment made by some women players of the Multan region "has completed its proceedings." Ayesha Ashar, who headed the inquiry committee, said, "I can't say here what our findings are but we took this matter very seriously because when women's cricket is still developing in Pakistan such allegations will only discourage girls from taking to the game" (PTI, 6/13).