Cricket News sort by Lalit Modi

N Srinivasan, the former Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) president, has said that his company India Cements bid for the Chennai franchise in the Indian Premier League (IPL) after approval from then BCCI President

Not many knew about Lalit Modi before the commencement of the Indian Premier League. But once the tournament got underway in 2007, the name Lalit Modi became very popular.

Former commissioner of the Indian Premier League, Lalit Modi, has been found guilty by a BCCI committee on eight charges of ‘indiscipline and misconduct’ relating to financial and administrative matters of the IPL, including sale of franchise and media rights

Chris Cairns won a libel case he filed against Lalit Modi who accused the former of match fixing in the ICL in twitter.

Tainted former IPL commissioner Lalit Modi is not associated with the Sri Lanka Premier League in any capacity, according to the tournament's marketing partner Somerset Entertainment Ventures (SEV).

Talking exclusively to CNN-IBN, a visibly upset Shane Warne on Thursday termed the IPL Disciplinary Commission's decision to impose a fine of USD 50,000 as "immature" and indicated that sacked IPL commissioner Lalit Modi