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India Court Asks Cricket Board To Probe Indian Premier League Betting

04 / 17 / 14

India's Supreme Court has asked the Board of Control for Cricket in India "to investigate the role of a top cricket official and 12 others in spot-fixing and illegal betting in the Indian Premier League," according to the BBC. The Supreme Court said on Wednesday that the BCCI "should appoint a panel...

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01/29/13
NBA Plans Chinese New Year Celebration

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01/29/13
Jaipur Uncertain Host Of IPL Matches

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01/29/13
Myanmar Drops SEA Games Events

Myanmar "has dropped popular Olympic sports" from the Southeast Asian Games in December, and "hopes to pack the competition with less well-known sports where its athletes are likely to win medals," according to the BANGKOK POST. The Games, to be held in capital Nay Pyi Daw and other locations, "will ...

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01/28/13
Li Ning Shares Drop With Fundraising Plan

Chinese sportswear company Li Ning "sent its shares tumbling by revealing it needed to raise more money to complete a restructuring plan," according to Patti Waldmeir of the FINANCIAL TIMES. Its share price sank 14.7% on Friday after the company said that it plans to issue convertible securities worth up to HK$1.87B ($241M) to provide capital for restructuring and business development, "as it tries to reverse a two-year slide in its performance." The securities are convertible into one share at HK$3.50 ($0.45) each and "will be offered to shareholders for every two existing shares held."

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01/28/13
France Moves Up As Sporting Nation

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01/25/13
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01/25/13
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