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India Summons Former Indian Premier League Chair Modi In Corruption Probe

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 08 / 15

An officer said that Indian financial investigators have ordered exiled former Indian Premier League Chair Lalit Modi to "return home to be interrogated over allegations of money-laundering linked to a mega TV deal," according to the AFP. The Enforcement Directorate has "issued the summons over...

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