Rahul Dravid to participate at a Central Bureau of Investigation conference

This year when cricketing scene is faced with serious allegations of betting and spot-fixing, the agency has decided to introduce a special session on "Ethics and Integrity in Sports - Need for a Law and Role of CBI", in which the former India skipper is set to participate.

updated: November 10, 2013 14:17 IST
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New Delhi: In a rare opportunity, former India captain Rahul Dravid will be exchanging his views with some of country's finest investigators at a Central Bureau of Investigation function to deliberate on corruption in sports in the backdrop of fixing allegations in cricket.

The agency's three-day international conference on "evolving common strategies to combat corruption and crime", starting tomorrow will be inaugurated by Prime Minister Manomohan Singh, who will release a special commemorative stamp on the occasion.

The Prime Minister will also present the President's Police medals for distinguished service to six CBI officers for their outstanding performance.

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