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IPL spot fixing: Sreesanth, two other players from Rajasthan Royals arrested

Rajasthan Royals pacer S Sreesanth and two other players—Ankeet Chavan and Ajit Chandila—have been arrested on charges of spot-fixing in the on-going IPL6

The Delhi police have arrested three players from Indian Premier League (IPL) franchaisee Rajasthan Royals, including pace bowler S Srisanth on charges of spot fixing in the on-going T20 matches. The other two players are Ankeet Chavan and Ajit Chandila.

The police have also arrested seven bookies in Mumbai and three bookies in Delhi in connection with the case. They are looking for two more bookies in Delhi.

Sreesanth was arrested from his friend's place in Mumbai while the other two cricketers were arrested last night from the team hotel at Nariman Point.

According to reports, the Delhi Police had been tapping phone calls of several bookies and cricketers, and incriminating evidence has been found against these three players.

Two other players are also believed to be under the scanner.

Sreesanth, a veteran of 53 ODIs and 27 Tests, has been in the news for wrong reasons throughout his career.




3 years ago

Not Only BCCI , but GOI and all Statae Govt.s should Ban such Players LifeLong - not allowing to Play in any Stadiums, as Stadiums are Constructed with Public Money . Then only, Players will not go after such Money Offerings.

Monsoon likely to hit Kerala coast on 3rd June, says IMD


The average rainfall is expected to be 98% of the normal long period average of 89 cm during the four-month season starting 1st June to 30th September
The crucial south-west monsoon is expected to hit the Kerala coast on 3rd June, a slight delay that could be attributed to the cyclone activity over the Bay of Bengal.
“Southwest monsoon onset over Kerala is likely to be on rd June,” chief monsoon forecaster, India Meteorological Department (IMD), D Sivananda Pai said. Pai admitted that it was a slight delay than the usual onset date of 1st June. 
The delay could be attributed to cyclone Mahasen that is churning the Bay of Bengal packing wind speed of 90 kmph. 
It is expected to make landfall near Chittagong coast in Bangladesh on Thursday night.
“Cyclonic activity weakens monsoon flow. It takes some time to reorganise,” Pai said when asked about reasons for the delay in onset over Kerala.
While Mahasen is expected to delay rains over Kerala, the strong cyclonic winds are driving monsoon flow over Andamans where the onset is expected by Friday.
IMD has predicted that monsoon this year is most likely to be normal. Quantitatively, the average rainfall is expected to be 98% of the normal long period average (LPA) of 89 cm during the four-month season starting 1st June to 30th September.
LPA is the average of seasonal rainfall over the country as a whole from 1951 to 2000.
“This year, under the influence of tropical cyclone Mahasen currently located over the central Bay of Bengal, low level cross equatorial monsoon flow has appeared over south Andaman Sea and adjoining south Bay of Bengal,” the weather office said.
Andaman and Nicobar Islands usually receive monsoon showers between 10th May and 2th May.


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