India cricket board suspends five IPL players
May 16 , 2012
The Indian cricket board has suspended five uncapped players due to corruption allegations made against them.
The decision follows a sting by undercover TV reporters showing Indian Premier League (IPL) cricketers agreeing to bowl no-balls and spot-fix matches.
One of the players has denied the allegations and plans to sue the channel.
In 2010, IPL founder Lalit Modi was removed from all involvement in Indian cricket following allegations of corruption and nepotism.
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