The Board of Control for Cricket in India's Working Committee will meet in Chennai today to discuss its course of action on the spot-fixing controversy that has rocked the sixth edition of the Indian Premier League. Sources say the meeting may be extended till tomorrow. The cricket board will hold a press conference later in the day. BCCI chief N Srinivisan had told NDTV on Friday that the board will come down like a 'ton of bricks' on the players if they are found guilty of spot-fixing.
Here are the 10 latest developments in the case:
The Mumbai Police, which raided the hotel on Friday night, recovered a laptop, mobile phones, iPads and cash worth Rs. 72,000 from the two rooms in which Sreesanth and his friend and alleged bookie Jiju Janardhan were staying. Diaries, written in English and Malayalam, were also recovered from the cricketer's room; cops say several of the entries were made by Sreesanth himself. Sreesanth had independently checked into a five-star hotel in suburban Mumbai on May 13, along Jiju, just two days before their arrest.