Former Indian international fast bowler Shanthakumaran Sreesanth is among 39 individuals who have been charged in relation to spot-fixing during the Indian Premier League 2013 according to news agency reports in India.
Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) President N Srinivasan has stepped aside while investigations into alleged spot-fixing during the Indian Premier League 2013 are carried out.
Reports in the Indian media add that Jagmohan Dalmiya has been appointed as interim BCCI President following Srinivasan's decision at an emergency board meeting earlier today.
The Indian Premier League 2013 spot-fixing scandal took another twist ahead of an emergency Indian board (BCCI) meeting when Rajeev Shukla stepped down as IPL chairman.
Shukla's decision to resign comes in the wake of BCCI board members Sanjay Jagdale and Ajay Shirke doing likewise and speculation is mounting that BCCI President N Srinivasan is set to resign tomorrow.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) confirmed earlier this week that a three-man commission has been set up to investigate the latest developments in the Indian Premier League 2013 spot-fixing allegations.
The commission will investigate complaints made against Chennai Super Kings team management official Gurunath Meiyappan, India Cements Limited, the owner of Chennai Super Kings and Jaipur IPL Pvt., owners of the Rajasthan Royals.
In their final Indian Premier League 2013 discussion, John Pennington and Chetan Narula cover a variety of topics as they look back at both Sunday's final, won by Mumbai Indians, and the tournament as a whole.
They also react to the latest news in the spot-fixing controversy and look back on Sachin Tendulkar as an Indian Premier League player after his retirement at the end of the final.
Following Mumbai Indians' 23-run win over Chennai Super Kings in the final, Sachin Tendulkar has confirmed that the Indian Premier League 2013 was his final IPL tournament.
Meanwhile, former Mumbai captain Tendulkar's latest successor Rohit Sharma has been fined $20,000 for his side maintaining a slow-over rate during the final.
One of the final Indian Premier League 2013 Cricket World TV updates as John Pennington issues his bulletin moments after Mumbai Indians beat Chennai Super Kings by 23 runs to win the final.
Kieron Pollard smashed 60 in 32 balls to rescue Mumbai from a horror start, when they lurched to 16 for three but Chennai's start was even worse, losing three wickets in two overs and although Mahendra Singh Dhoni made 67 not out with five huge sixes, there was no way back.
Mumbai Indians shocked the Chennai Super Kings by bouncing back from being reduced to 16 for three to win the Indian Premier League 2013 with a comprehensive 23-run victory over the reigning champions in the final at Eden Gardens, Kolkata.
Kieron Pollard's brutal half-century hauled Mumbai up to 148 for nine and after Chennai lost three wickets in the first two overs, there was no way back and they eventually closed on 125 for nine with Mahendra Singh Dhoni unbeaten on 67.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has suspended Gurunath Maiyappan after the Chennai Super Kings official was detained by Mumbai Police.
His was the latest in a string of arrests and investigations into spot-fixing and his suspension by the BCCI was announced on the same day that the Super Kings took on Mumbai Indians in the 2013 Indian Premier League final.
Chennai Super Kings official Gurunuth Meiyappan has become the latest person connected with the Indian Premier League to be arrested and investigated for suspected links to illegal betting.
Current Rajasthan Royals players Shanthakumaran Sreesanth, Ajit Chandila and Ankit Chavan as well as former player Amit Singh were arrested last week along with a number of bookmakers as allegations of spot-fixing surfaced.
In our latest Indian Premier League 2013 cricket TV video we look back at the final qualifier match between Mumbai Indians and Rajasthan Royals in Kolkata.
Mumbai Indians progressed to the final, where they will meet Chennai Super Kings but despite Dwayne Smith hitting another half-century, they only made it thanks to Harbhajan Singh hitting the penultimate delivery for six.
Mumbai Indians will play Chennai Super Kings in Sunday's Indian Premier League 2013 final after they scored a four-wicket win over Rajasthan Royals with one ball to spare in the final qualifier in Kolkata.
In a match that ebbed and flowed throughout, Rajasthan Royals posted 165 for six and needing eight to win from the final over, Harbhajan Singh hit the penultimate ball for six to secure Mumbai's first final appearance since 2010.
In their latest IPL 2013 chat John Pennington and Chetaen Narula look back at the first two play-offs in the Indian Premier League 2013, discussing wins for Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals, look ahead to the Mumbai Indians-Rajasthan Royals match and discuss the spot-fixing allegations that have shook the league in the past week.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India has denied that the Sahara-backed Pune Warriors India franchise has pulled out of the Indian Premier League.
Pune finished the 2013 season in eighth place and the BCCI has found itself at the centre of a spot-fixing storm after three Rajasthan Royals players were arrested last week.
we look back at the Eliminator which saw Rajasthan Royals beat Sunrisers Hyderabad by four wickets.
Brad Hodge played a starring role with a wonderful unbeaten half-century to take the Royals from a difficult position of 57 for five to victory in the final over when he hit Darren Sammy for two sixes to finally knock Sunrisers Hyderabad out.
Brad Hodge struck a brilliant unbeaten half-century to steer Rajasthan Royals to a come-from-behind four-wicket victory over Sunrisers Hyderabad in the Indian Premier League 2013 Eliminator in Delhi.
Chasing 133 to win, Rajasthan were reduced to 57 for five but Hodge hit five sixes in an innings of 54 not out in just 29 balls - including two sixes from the first two balls of the final over - to knock the Sunrisers out of the tournament.
Even by their own lofty standards, Chennai Super Kings delivered a superb performance to beat Mumbai Indians by 48 runs and secure their passage into the final of the Indian Premier League 2013.
It will be their fourth successive appearance (and fifth overall) and nobody could argue against their presence after they scored 192 for one and bowled Mumbai out for 144 to secure a dominant victory.
In this series of two Indian Premier League cricket TV discussions, John Pennington and Chetan Narula look back at the group stages, picking out their young players of the season and paying tribute to departing greats Adam Gilchrist and Rahul Dravid.