A PKL team owner was arrested in Bangalore on Tuesday. A member of the Indian women's team was also approached by a bookie. India's cricket board has extended a match-fixing crackdown to regional...
A 40-year-old cricket betting bookie has been arrested by the CCB sleuths and money has been seized from him. The accused was reportedly supplying user IDs and passwords for a online betting app.
India's cricket board has extended a match-fixing crackdown to regional leagues after the arrest of a team owner for making illegal bets with a Dubai-based bookie, officials said Wednesday. Ashfaq Ali Thara, owner of a team in the Karnataka Premier League - a state-level Twenty20 competition - was arrested in Bangalore on Tuesday, police said.
Last Saturday, the CCB wing carried out a similar raid and arrested a 36-year-old Dinesh Kumar alias Babulal, and his associate Vadivelu, 34, from their residence. A sum of Rs2 lakh was recovered which the bookies had swindled from the punters. During that raid, Harish managed to escape. It is suspected that both gangs are interconnected.
The central crime branch of Karnataka Police has arrested Sanyam, an alleged bookie, in relation to the corruption scandal in the Karnataka Premier League (KPL). Sanyam was booked under Section ...
Police on Saturday claimed to have busted a cricket betting racket here involving World Cup matches with the arrest of three persons, including a notorious bookie, and seizure of Rs 20 lakh in cash.
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Yavatmal: The Yavatmal police on Thursday arrested two cricket bookies involved in online betting on an IPL T20 cricket match played between Delhi Capitals and Sunrise Hyderabad, and seized Rs3 ...
On receiving secret information on Wednesday, the South Zone Task Force along with Falaknuma police apprehended the man, but the prime suspect and the main bookie Raju is absconding. police have come to know that he is hiding in Maharashtra. The accused Ahmed has been taken into judicial custody by the police for further investigation. SIASAT NEWS
Hyderabad, Oct 12 : Cyberabad Police in a joint operation with Rajasthan Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) has arrested seven bookies for betting on the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL). Special Operations Team (SOT) Madhapur Zone of Cyberabad and Rajasthan ATS team have been keeping a watch on the illegal activity of cricket betting by teams and individuals, an officer said.