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Srinivasan will be forced to quit: Ex-BCCI Secretary Lele

Posted on 30 May 2013 by admin

Mumbai, May 30 (UNI) Beleaguered BCCI President N Srinivasan will eventually have to step down as the choice before him is to go out honourably or exit unceremoniously in the wake of the IPL spot-fixing scandal, former Board Secretary Jaywant Lele said today.

“Mr Srinivasan has no option except to resign on moral grounds. It’s his responsibility to resign. He has no right to continue,” Lele told PTI from Vadodara.

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Britain police charge London attack suspect with murder

Posted on 30 May 2013 by admin

London, May 30 (UNI) One of two suspects shot by the UK police at the scene of last week’s terror attack on a London street in which a British soldier was beheaded has been charged with the murder.

Michael Adebowale, 22, a Londoner of Nigerian descent has been remanded in custody to appear at Westminster Magistrates’ Court on Thursday. The second suspect, Michael Adebolajo, 28, remains under arrest at a London hospital.

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IPL chief Shukla refuses to talk more on scandal, Srinivasan

Posted on 30 May 2013 by admin

Patna, May 30 (UNI) A day after expressing his unwillingness to be IPL Chairman again, Union Minister Rajiv Shukla today refused to talk more than what he had already said on the raging spot-fixing scandal and the demand for resignation of BCCI President N Srinivasan.

“I have already spoken in detail about the entire thing yesterday…I have nothing to add to it,” Shukla told reporters in response to a volley of questions on the subject.

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Goa, Assam Cricket Association officials urge Srini to quit

Posted on 30 May 2013 by admin

New Delhi, May 30 (UNI) The voices of dissent against embattled BCCI President N Srinivasan are Continue Reading

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India committed to taking ‘hard’ decisions on economy: PM

Posted on 28 May 2013 by admin

Tokyo, May 28 (UNI)India is committed to taking “hard and difficult” decisions in the long-term interest of the economy, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said today, while assuring Japanese industry that the long-awaited Goods and Services Tax (GST) regime facing hurdles from states will be in place in an “appropriate type” by 2014.

On a mission to woo Japanese investors, Singh told leading business honchos at the Keidanren, the premier chamber of commerce and industry, that the present bilateral trade of USD 18 billion does no justice to the enormous potential that exists between the two countries.

The Prime Minister faced some searching questions from the Japanese industry which sought improvement in tax regimes, further easing of priority sector lending rules to expand financial services and allowing opening of foreign bank branches in metropolitan cities.

“Our people have tasted the benefits of rapid growth and they will not settle for less. I want to assure you that our government is committed to take hard and difficult decisions in the long term interest of our economy,” he said.

A top official of Mitsubishi corporation said Japanese investors faced difficulties with different tax regimes in each Indian state leading to complications and wanted to know the timeline by when GST regime will be implemented.

“India is a federation and there are difficulties to bring states to agree to surrender tax power but I am confident we will overcome the hurdle. We will work and we have been working to persuade more and more states to fall in line but it does require amendment of the Constitution and needs much more energetic efforts than an ordinary piece of legislation,” Singh said.

The GST has been facing opposition from several non- Congress states which have accused the Centre of trying to encroach on powers of the states and that such a move would hit their finances.

“So, I cannot say we can deliver tomorrow but if you ask me by 2014 once elections are out of the way, whichever government is there will be a general agreement of appropriate type in place to help propel India’s growth story,” he said.

The Prime Minister said as a result of a number of steps to revive the Indian economy, Government expects the growth rate in the current fiscal (2013-14) to be much better than in the previous year, hopefully around six per cent or so.

“We will do even better in 2014-15. .

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Serious concerns are there in Indo-Pak ties: Khurshid

Posted on 28 May 2013 by admin

New Delhi, May 28 (UNI) India today said “serious concerns” have “piled up” in Indo-Pak ties in the backdrop of recent incidents, Continue Reading

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BCCI not taking on Srinivasan because of vested interest: Azad

Posted on 28 May 2013 by admin

New Delhi, May 28 (UNI) Cricketer-turned-politician Kirti Azad today attacked the current dispensation in BCCI saying people in the board are not going after its President N Srinivasan because “somebody wants to be the next president” of the high-profile sports body.

“They (BCCI) do not want to take on Srinivasan because somebody wants to be next BCCI president. They think, if they go against him, they will not get 10-15 votes from his loyalists in the next AGM,” Azad said.

“They are acting like Gandhiji’s three monkeys. They all are involved. You scratch my back I’ll scratch yours. Such is the current scenario,” he said.

Asked if Srinivasan should step down as the BCCI chief, Azad said, “Why should I say Srinivasan should resign or not? I would first like to know what people in BCCI, who talk of high morality and probity in public life, think. What they think about Srinivasan?”

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2G: Tatas lost race, ineligible Swan got spectrum, says Radia

Posted on 28 May 2013 by admin

New Delhi, May 28 (UNI) Former corporate lobbyist Niira Radia today told a CBI court that Tata Teleservices Ltd, which was ahead in the queue for allocation of the 2G spectrum, lost the race while an “ineligible” Swan Telecom, said to be owned by ADAG Reliance Communications, was granted the radiowaves.

53-year-old Radia, who appeared for the first time in the court in the case as a CBI witness, said she was advising the Tatas on telecom issues and the Tata Teleservices Ltd (TTSL) had opposed the allocation of spectrum to Swan Telecom Pvt Ltd (STPL) and Reliance Communications Ltd.

She said TTSL had applied for dual technology licences in 2007 which was granted in 2008 but it did not get the spectrum.

The CBI, in its charge sheet, had alleged that Reliance Telecom Ltd (RTL), an accused in the case, used Swan Telecom, an ineligible firm, as its front company to get licences and the costly radio waves.

“During the time of grant of licence and spectrum, there was a very strong public perception, created by the media, of eligibility and non-eligibility. Through the public perception and advice of Tata’s advocates, I came to know that this company was not eligible,” Radia told Special CBI Judge O P Saini.

Radia, who was warned against being evasive to the questions, also said, “at that time, there were dossiers in circulation stating that the company (STPL) belonged to Reliance Communications, though I do not have any authentic or personal knowledge”.

STPL and its promoters, Shahid Usman Balwa and Vinod Goenka, who were arrested and are at present on bail, are facing trial in the case.

“TTSL had opposed allocation of spectrum to STPL and Reliance Communications. However, they were advised that they were in the queue and as and when the spectrum would be available they would get it. This was the only reply we got from the DoT,” she, whose recording of statement remained inconclusive, said.

Radia was answering a question how STPL and Reliance Communications got the spectrum first, when TTSL was ahead of everyone in the queue .

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Mumbai Police in Chennai to question CSK CEO

Posted on 23 May 2013 by admin

Chennai/Mumbai, May 23 (UNI) Mumbai Police will Thursday question Board Of Control For Cricket In India (BCCI) president N Srinivasan’s son-in-law and CEO of Chennai Super Kings Gurunath Meiyappan in connection with the IPL betting scandal.

A two-member team from Mumbai arrived here this morning to question Meiyappan with whom arrested actor Vindoo Randhawa was in touch, and CSK’s top executives, police said.

Son of wrestler and actor Dara Singh, Vindoo, according to Joint Commissioner (crime) Himanshu Roy, was deeply involved in betting, earning Rs 17 lakh through the banned activity this year, and had even helped two bookies escape from India.


Vindoo, an actor, sources in the crime branch on Wednesday said, had told his interrogators that he came into contact with Meiyappan, who comes from an affluent south Indian family which is into film production, 5-6 years ago.


“Vindoo told us that he met Guru at a party thrown for cricketers 5-6 years ago and the two knew each other since then. Vindoo spoke to him over the phone on several occasions,” sources said on Wednesday.


“Vindoo also claimed that Guru did not have much knowledge about cricket but all this needs verification,” they said.


Sources, however, said it was too premature to conclude that Meiyappan was himself involved in betting.


“Vindoo made several calls to Meiyappan of the Chennai IPL. We may call the person in question to ascertain the reasons why these frequent calls were made,” an officer involved in the probe said.


According to Roy, the tainted actor had admitted to having facilitated the escape of two bookies — Pawan Jaipur and Sanjay Jaipur– to Dubai from Mumbai on 17th May.


After the Mumbai police busted an international betting racket with the arrest of key bookie Ramesh Vyas and three others on 14th May, Pawan and Sanjay had gone underground to evade arrest.


“Pawan and Sanjay landed in Mumbai on May 16 and checked into a posh hotel in suburban Juhu with the help of Vindoo. The next day, Vindoo drove them to the international airport in his car and duo fled to Dubai,” another crime branch officer said.


Roy said the actor’s Juhu residence was searched and three mobile phones belonging to Pawan, a laptop and an iPad of Vindoo were confiscated and data were being analysed.


Vindoo, sources said, had a betting account in the name of Jack.


“He not only betted his money but also placed bets on behalf of other high-profile personalities, and for this, he used to get commission for winning. Vindoo claimed he was addicted to this bad habit,” they said, without disclosing names of people the actor betted for.


“He been actively into betting for the past seven to eight years after meeting Pawan and Sanjay through another bookie Anand. He had not only placed bets in the IPL matches but also other cricket matches,” sources said.


Asked if Vindoo had named any Bollywood celebrity who was involved in the betting racket, the officer said, “Vindoo is himself from the film industry and it is natural that his phone contains numbers of several people from the industry. We have not yet got evidence of involvement of anyone of them in betting or spot-fixing.”


The 49-year-old actor was arrested on Tuesday for his alleged association with bookies.


Vindoo, winner of reality tv show Bigg Boss season 3, was allegedly in touch with some bookies arrested in the scandal.


He was on many occasions spotted watching IPL matches, attending post-match parties, and was even photographed cheering CSK team from VIP box along with skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s wife Sakshi.


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‘India must accept friendship b/w China, Pak’

Posted on 23 May 2013 by admin

Beijing, May 23 (UNI) Pakistan continues to play pivotal role in China’s South Asia policy and India “must accept” this “enviable friendship” as Beijing cannot scale down its ties with Islamabad merely because of New Delhi’s feelings, an official daily here said today.

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