Ipl Scandals

————————————————- The Indian Premier League (IPL) is a professional league for Twenty20 cricket championship in India. It was initiated by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), headquartered in Mumbai,Maharashtra[3][4] and is supervised by BCCI Vice President Rajeev Shukla,[5] who serves as the league’s Chairman and Commissioner. It is currently contested by nine teams, consisting of players from around the cricketing world. ————————————————-

However, the league has been engulfed byseries of corruption scandals. ————————————————- Controversies involving the Indian Premier League From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has found itself in the middle of many conflicts with various cricket boards around the world as a result of the Indian Premier League (IPL). The main point of contention was that signed players should always be available to their country for international tours, even if it overlaps with the IPL season.

To address this, the BCCI officially requested that the International Cricket Council (ICC) to institute a time period in the International Future Tours Program, solely for the IPL season. This request was not granted at a subsequent meeting held by the ICC. [1] Contents  [hide]  * 1 Conflicts with the England and Wales Cricket Board * 2 Media restrictions * 3 Conflict with Cricket Club of India * 4 Suspension of Lalit Modi * 5 Chirayu Amin named IPL interim chairman * 6 Termination of the Kochi franchise * 7 2012 spot fixing case * 8 References| ————————————————- edit]Conflicts with the England and Wales Cricket Board Because the inaugural IPL season coincided with the County Championship season as well as New Zealand’s tour of England, the ECB and county cricket clubs raised their concerns to the BCCI over players. The ECB made it abundantly clear that they would not sign No Objection Certificates for players—a prerequisite for playing in the IPL. Chairmen of the county clubs also made it clear that players contracted to them were required to ulfill their commitment to their county. As a result of this, Dimitri Mascarenhas was the only English player to have signed with the IPL for the 2008 season. [2] A result of the ECB’s concerns about players joining the IPL, was a proposed radical response of creating their own Twenty20 tournament that would be similar in structure to the IPL. The league — titled the Twenty20 English Premier League — would feature 21 teams in three groups of seven and would occur towards the end of the summer season. 3] The ECB enlisted the aid of Texas billionaire Allen Stanford to launch the proposed league. [4] Stanford was the brains behind the successful Stanford 20/20, a tournament that has run twice in the West Indies. On 17 February 2009, when news of the fraud investigation against Stanford became public, the ECB and WICB withdrew from talks with Stanford on sponsorship. [5][6] On February 20 the ECB announced it has severed its ties with Stanford and cancelled all contracts with him. [7] ————————————————- [edit]Media restrictions

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Upon the threat of boycott, the IPL eased up on several of the restrictions. [8] On 15 April 2008 a revised set of guidelines offering major concessions to the print media and agencies was issued by the IPL and accepted by the Indian Newspaper Society. [9] ————————————————- [edit]Conflict with Cricket Club of India As per IPL rules, the winner of the previous competition decides the venue for the finals. [10] In 2009, the reigning Champions, Deccan Chargerschose the Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai. [10] However, a dispute regarding use of the avilion meant that no IPL matches could be held there. The members of the Cricket Club of India that owns the stadium have the sole right to the pavilion on match days, whereas the IPL required the pavilion for its sponsors. [11] The members were offered free seats in the stands, however the club rejected the offer, stating that members could not be moved out of the pavilion. [10][12][13] ————————————————- [edit]Suspension of Lalit Modi On 25 April 2010, the BCCI suspended Lalit Modi, the IPL chairman, for “alleged acts of individual misdemeanours”.

The suspension notice was served on him by Rajeev Shukla, BCCI vice-president, and N Srinivasan, the board secretary, sending an e-mail to the same effect. It followed a day of negotiations with interlocutors attempting to persuade Modi to resign but pre-empted a potentially flashpoint at a scheduled IPL governing council meeting, which Modi had said he would attend. Modi was officially barred from participating in the affairs of the Board, the IPL and any other committee of the BCCI. [14] ————————————————- edit]Chirayu Amin named IPL interim chairman Chirayu Amin, an industrialist and head of the Baroda Cricket Association, was named interim chairman of the IPL by the BCCI, following Lalit Modi’s suspension. [15] According to BCCI, many important documents were missing from the IPL and BCCI offices. “Many of the records are missing. The IT is asking for documents. We don’t have them. We have asked BCCI CAO Prof Ratnakar Shetty to look into the missing records and papers,” said BCCI President Shashank Manohar. [16] ————————————————- edit]Termination of the Kochi franchise On September 19, 2011, the newly elected BCCI president N Srinivasan, after the annual general meeting in Mumbai, announced that the Kochi Tuskers Kerala IPL franchise was terminated by the BCCI for breaching its terms of agreement. Under the terms of the agreement, each franchise has to submit a bank guarantee every year that covers the fee payable to the BCCI. The 2010-founded team was bought for Rs 1,550 crore and the consortium has to pay a bank guarantee of 156 crore every year till 2020. 17] The consortium that owns Kochi is reported to have defaulted on an annual payment of 156 crores as a bank guarantee. In April 2010, the BCCI’s working committee had rejected demands from Kochi and Pune Warriors for a reduction in their franchisee fees. The two new franchises, which made their debuts in 2011, had sought a 25% waiver on the grounds that the BCCI had stated in the bidding document that each team would play 18 league matches in a season. The schedule was later reduced to 14 matches per team. ————————————————- edit]2012 spot fixing case Main article: 2012 Indian Premier League spot fixing case On 14 May 2012, an Indian news channel India TV aired a sting operation which accused 5 players involved in spot fixing. Reacting to the news, Indian Premier League president Rajiv Shukla immediately suspended the 5 uncapped players. The five players were, TP Sudhindra (Deccan Chargers), Mohnish Mishra (Pune Warriors), Amit Yadav, Shalabh Srivastava (Kings XI Punjab) and Abhinav Bali, Delhi cricketer . [18] However, the report went on to claim that none of the famous cricketers were found guilty.

On the reliability of the report, Rajat Sharma, the editor-in-chief of news channel India TV quoted that the channel had no doubts about the authenticity of the sting operation and prepared to go to court. [19] Mohnish Mishra who was part of Pune Warriors India team for the season, admitted to have said that franchises pay black money, in a sting operation. Mishra was caught on tape saying that franchisees paid them black money and that he had received 1. 5 crore (US$273,000) from the later, among which 1. 2 crore (US$218,400) was black money. [20] He was also suspended from his team. [21]

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