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India IPL Controversy

India IPL Controversy

India TV News Desk [ Updated: May 25, 2012 19:15 IST ]
  • FILE In this June 19, 2006 file photograph, India's junior foreign minister Shashi Tharoor, then a United Nations undersecretary general for communications and public information, speaks to the media in New Delhi, India. Tharoor has resigned amid allegations of corruption in the bidding for a new team in the lucrative Indian Premier League cricket tournament. The former UN diplomat met with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and several senior leaders of the ruling Congress party on Sunday, April 18, 2010, before sending in his resignation later that night.(AP Photo/Gurinder Osan, File)
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    FILE In this June 19, 2006 file photograph, India's junior foreign minister Shashi Tharoor, then a United Nations undersecretary general for communications and public information, speaks to the media in New Delhi, India. Tharoor has resigned amid allegations of corruption in the bidding for a new team in the lucrative Indian Premier League cricket tournament. The former UN diplomat met with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and several senior leaders of the ruling Congress party on Sunday, April 18, 2010, before sending in his resignation later that night.(AP Photo/Gurinder Osan, File)

  • Income Tax officials scan through papers during a raid at the office of the Cricket Association of Bengal in Calcutta, India, Wednesday, April 21, 2010. Officials, probing alleged financial irregularities in the cash rich Indian Premier League, today raided the offices of the Kolkata Knight Riders and Cricket Association of Bengal, according to a news agency. (AP Photo)
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    Income Tax officials scan through papers during a raid at the office of the Cricket Association of Bengal in Calcutta, India, Wednesday, April 21, 2010. Officials, probing alleged financial irregularities in the cash rich Indian Premier League, today raided the offices of the Kolkata Knight Riders and Cricket Association of Bengal, according to a news agency. (AP Photo)

  • Income Tax officials scan papers during a raid at the office of the Kolkata Knight Rider's team of the Indian Premier League (IPL) in Calcutta, India, Wednesday, April 21, 2010. Cricket officials hope to resolve next week the crisis facing the IPL, beleaguered by allegations of corruption in an auction to add a new team to the lucrative tournament. (AP Photo)
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    Income Tax officials scan papers during a raid at the office of the Kolkata Knight Rider's team of the Indian Premier League (IPL) in Calcutta, India, Wednesday, April 21, 2010. Cricket officials hope to resolve next week the crisis facing the IPL, beleaguered by allegations of corruption in an auction to add a new team to the lucrative tournament. (AP Photo)

  • Indian Premier League (IPL) Chairman Lalit Modi arrives at the airport in Mumbai, India, Tuesday, April 20, 2010. Top cricket officials hope to resolve next week the crisis facing the IPL, including the future of Modi, beleaguered by allegations of corruption in an auction to add a new team to the lucrative tournament. (AP Photo)
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    Indian Premier League (IPL) Chairman Lalit Modi arrives at the airport in Mumbai, India, Tuesday, April 20, 2010. Top cricket officials hope to resolve next week the crisis facing the IPL, including the future of Modi, beleaguered by allegations of corruption in an auction to add a new team to the lucrative tournament. (AP Photo)

  • Indian Premier League (IPL) Chairman Lalit Modi smiles as he sits in a car after his arrival at the airport in Mumbai, India, Tuesday, April 20, 2010. Top cricket officials hope to resolve next week the crisis facing the IPL, including the future of Modi, beleaguered by allegations of corruption in an auction to add a new team to the lucrative tournament. (AP Photo)
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    Indian Premier League (IPL) Chairman Lalit Modi smiles as he sits in a car after his arrival at the airport in Mumbai, India, Tuesday, April 20, 2010. Top cricket officials hope to resolve next week the crisis facing the IPL, including the future of Modi, beleaguered by allegations of corruption in an auction to add a new team to the lucrative tournament. (AP Photo)

  • Indian Premier League (IPL) Chairman Lalit Modi prepares to enter a car after his arrival at the airport in Mumbai, India, Tuesday, April 20, 2010. Top cricket officials hope to resolve next week the crisis facing the IPL, including the future of Modi, beleaguered by allegations of corruption in an auction to add a new team to the lucrative tournament. (AP Photo)
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    Indian Premier League (IPL) Chairman Lalit Modi prepares to enter a car after his arrival at the airport in Mumbai, India, Tuesday, April 20, 2010. Top cricket officials hope to resolve next week the crisis facing the IPL, including the future of Modi, beleaguered by allegations of corruption in an auction to add a new team to the lucrative tournament. (AP Photo)

  • International Cricket Council President elect Sharad Pawar, left, and Board of Control for Cricket in India President Shashank Manohar walk to address the media after their meeting in New Delhi, India, Tuesday, April 20, 2010. Mahohar is in the capital to hold discussions with Pawar in the wake of the controversy surrounding the Indian Premier League, according to a news agency. (AP Photo)
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    International Cricket Council President elect Sharad Pawar, left, and Board of Control for Cricket in India President Shashank Manohar walk to address the media after their meeting in New Delhi, India, Tuesday, April 20, 2010. Mahohar is in the capital to hold discussions with Pawar in the wake of the controversy surrounding the Indian Premier League, according to a news agency. (AP Photo)

  • The raging IPL controversy has made both Shashi Tharoor and Lalit Modi famous online. But, only Tharoor commands more sympathy.
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    The raging IPL controversy has made both Shashi Tharoor and Lalit Modi famous online. But, only Tharoor commands more sympathy.

  • Indian Premier League chief Lalit Modi smokes a cigarette inside his car on his way to meet Mukesh Ambani, a top industrialist and owner of the IPL team Mumbai Indians, in Mumbai, India, Thursday, April 22, 2010. Income tax officials questioned beleaguered Modi over corruption allegations surrounding a new franchise for a second successive day Thursday, while tax sleuths searched offices of various team franchises that feature in the immensely successful Twenty20 league. (AP Photo)
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    Indian Premier League chief Lalit Modi smokes a cigarette inside his car on his way to meet Mukesh Ambani, a top industrialist and owner of the IPL team Mumbai Indians, in Mumbai, India, Thursday, April 22, 2010. Income tax officials questioned beleaguered Modi over corruption allegations surrounding a new franchise for a second successive day Thursday, while tax sleuths searched offices of various team franchises that feature in the immensely successful Twenty20 league. (AP Photo)

  • Posters of Indian Premier League (IPL) chief Lalit Modi burns during a demonstration against IPL in Ahmadabad, India, Saturday, April 24, 2010. Indian lawmakers called for a parliamentary inquiry into allegations of corruption against Modi and its wealthy franchise owners Friday. (AP Photo/Ajit Solanki)
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    Posters of Indian Premier League (IPL) chief Lalit Modi burns during a demonstration against IPL in Ahmadabad, India, Saturday, April 24, 2010. Indian lawmakers called for a parliamentary inquiry into allegations of corruption against Modi and its wealthy franchise owners Friday. (AP Photo/Ajit Solanki)

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