N. Srinivasan Faces Moment of Truth as Supreme Court Set to Reveal Probe Report on IPL Scam

N. Srinivasan, seeking an extra term as BCCI president, is one of the 13 names that was investigated for corruption in the Indian Premier League by the Supreme Court-appointed probe panel headed by retired judge Mukul Mudgal.

Updated: November 14, 2014 09:49 IST
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N Srinivasan, Sanjay Patel and VVS Laxman during the annual Pataudi lecture in Kolkata.


N. Srinivasan looked extremely composed and sure of himself at the annual M.A.K. Pataudi lecture in Kolkata on Wednesday evening. The 69-year-old Tamil Nadu business tycoon grabbed the spotlight as much as chief speaker VVS Laxman. Even though his future in Indian cricket administration is in the hands of the Supreme Court, Srinivasan seems absolutely unruffled. (IPL Scam: Top 10 Developments)

Asked how he was able to maintain composure, despite everything that had happened after the IPL betting and spot-fixing scandal broke in May 2013, Srinivasan told The Telegraph: "Because of the God-given inner strength." (Read Full Story Here)

That "inner strength" and "self-belief" will be tested when the Supreme Court on Friday examines the 35-page report submitted by Justice Mukul Mudgal probe panel and determines the next course of action. ICC chairman Srinivasan is among 13 names investigated for corruption in IPL. His son-in-law Gurunath Meiyappan, team principal of Chennai Super Kings ever since IPL was born in 2008, has been indicted for betting.

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