Former India captain Mohammad Azharuddin has called for a ban on Pune pitch curator Pandurang Salgaonkar, who was caught on India Today's camera agreeing to manipulate some bounce, some movement and some balance between bat and ball for the Wednesday ODI at the Maharashtra Cricket Association (MCA) stadium. It was the same pitch which Salgaonkar had worked on with assistance from BCCI-certified curator Ramesh Mhamunkar, who is employed by the Mumbai Cricket Association to look after the Wankhede Stadium. "At BCCI, we have zero tolerance towards any such activity". BCCI's acting secretary Amitabh Chaudhary has made a decision to suspend the curator following his exploits, "Pandurang Salgaonkar has been suspended from the Maharashtra Cricket Association's curator's post with immediate effect", BCCI acting Secretary Amitabh Chaudhary told PTI.
This comes after reports emerged that Salgaoncar had agreed to "tamper" the pitch after some television reporters, posed as bookies, approached him.
In the course of a sting operation conducted by the two journalists, the 68-year-old Salgaonkar predicted the number of runs that could be scored (at one time 337 and 340 at another), that the match would be a high-scoring one and the likely first-innings score of 337 can be chased down.
Khanna also said that he has already written to Maharashtra Cricket Association (MCA) chief Abhay Apte on the issue. "I am not yet aware of the full thing", BCCI Acting Secretary Amitabh Chaudhary was quoted as saying. Under BCCI rules no unaccredited persons, including journalists, are allowed near the pitch.
The BCCI also released a statement confirming Salgaonkar's termination.
India are now trailing 0-1 in the three-match series after losing the first ODI by 6 wickets at the Wankhede stadium in Mumbai on Sunday.
Nevertheless, it was only last night that AMD has finally revealed the full specifications of its Ryzen Mobile chips. This potentially allows for better power savings and, depending upon the applications you run, better performance.
The helicopter went down in the sea some two-three kilometres (1.3 to 1.9 miles) off the coast of the Arctic port of Barentsburg. Norway has sovereignty over Svalbard but Russian Federation has a small coal-mining community in Barentsburg.
It gives companies like Wells Fargo and Equifax a monopoly over our system of justice by blocking consumers' access to the courts. But consumer advocates - and a 2015 CFPB study - suggest otherwise: The arbitration clauses mostly favor the industry.
Scott Brown confirmed Wednesday that the State Department looked into comments he made at an event in Samoa three months ago. Brown attended the event with his wife and said he'd been complimenting the well-dressed guests as they walked in.
This breaking news story is being updated as more information emerges - please refresh the page for the most recent version. The decision comes after an internal investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 election.
In 2001, Canadian model Liskula Cohen said she walked out of a Vogue photoshoot because she wasn't comfortable with his requests. The move is believed to be in response to a Sunday Times story which asked why Richardson was "still feted by fashionistas".
Also, flushing unwanted drugs down the toilet or throwing them in the trash can cause safety and health problems, Smith said. However, needles, syringes, thermometers, IV bags, medical devices and personal care products are not accepted.
Being licensed and available for purchase, and having taken advice from our suppliers, the party believed the purchase was legal. She ruled that the National Party track "substantially" copied " Lose Yourself ".
The couple, who have four children together, broke up in May but made a decision to keep the news under wraps, People reports. The two have four daughters together. "As they left she got onto the back of Ewan's motorbike and they sped off together".
Pakistan won't fight America's proxy war in Afghanistan
Asif said Pakistan was not a superpower but a nation that has sacrificed its people during the fight against terrorism. But Mr Asif blamed the "ineptitude" of American and global forces in Afghanistan for not ending the conflict.
Sheriff's spokesman: 2 killed on Grambling State campus
We always encourage our students to be safe, be aware, watch who they hang out with, and watch who is around at all times. A manhunt is underway for a suspect who shot and killed two men at Grambling State University in Louisiana.
UK GDP shows higher-than-predicted growth in Q3
The British pound rose shortly after today's growth report, going up 0.25 percent against the U.S. dollar to $1.317. Another report from the ONS showed that the index of services climbed 0.2 percent in August from July.
Kid Rock: 'F**k No, I'm Not Running for Senate'
Michigan-born musician Kid Rock ended the speculation about his political future Tuesday - he's not running for U.S. Rock, in terms so vulgar as to be absurd, added he might run in the future "if the left wing keeps f-ing with me".
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani to visit India tomorrow
During the meeting, they discussed matters of bilateral interest; cooperation in different sectors and regional situation. In a speech at the Vivekananda International Foundation (VIF), a think-tank, in Delhi, Mr.
Cisco to buy BroadSoft in $1.9 bln deal
The market day ended with the two companies enjoying a rise in their shares, with Broadsoft enjoying a 1.5% boost before the bell. If successful, this would be Cisco's second major acquisition this year, after it bought AppDynamics for $3.7bn back in March.
Singapore to limit number of cars on road
The island city-state also vowed to invest heavily in public transportation to help the city's growing population get around. Reuters reports a mid-range auto in Singapore typically costs four times the price in the United States .