Supreme Court declines Srinivasan's plea to be reinstated as BCCI president

New Delhi, Sep 1 (IANS) The Supreme Court Monday declined N. Srinivasan's plea to reinstate him as the president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and gave two more months to the Mukul Mudgal Committee to submit the final report in the spot-fixing and betting scandal in the 2013 edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) that involved 13 people, including some prominent ...

Srinivasan in limbo as IPL probe extended

India's Supreme Court Monday gave investigators another two months to probe allegations of corruption in cricket as they blocked a bid by ICC president N. Srinivasan to resume his role as head of the national board. Srinivasan, who was forced by the court in March to stand aside as chief of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) pending investigations, now heads the International ...

Supreme Court ignores BCCI's plea to reinstate Srinivasan

New Delhi, Sep 1 (IANS) The Supreme Court Monday ignored the Indian cricket board's plea to reinstate N. Srinivasan as its president and gave two more months to the Mukul Mudgal Committee to submit the final report in the spot-fixing and betting scandal in the 2013 edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) that involved 13 people, including some prominent cricketers. Senior counsel Kapil Sibal ...

India govt asks court to halt scrapping of some coal mines

India's government asked the top court on Monday to safeguard some coal mine concessions deemed to have been illegally awarded as the energy-starved country's power sector faces fresh turmoil. Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi said 46 out of the 218 coal blocks whose award was deemed illegal by the Supreme Court last week should be exempt from cancellation because they were already operational or ...

Government urges court to leave some coal blocks with companies

The Attorney General has asked the Supreme Court to leave 40 of the 218 coal blocks allocations the court declared illegal with companies that operate mines that are either producing or close to doing so. India's highest court ruled last week that the country's decades-old method of allocating coal mining concessions was illegal and arbitrary, putting investments worth billions of dollars at ...