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India cricket league boss suspended
Allegations of fraud and match-fixing rock the country's biggest sport.
Last Modified: 26 Apr 2010 15:30 GMT

Indian cricket officials have held emergency talks, demanding the chairman of the Indian Premier League answer a raft of accusations of corruption.

Lalit Modi was suspended on Sunday in the worst crisis to hit the Indian game since 2000, when widespread allegation of match-fixing rocked the sport.

Modi has denied an wrongdoing, but as investigations begin politicians, businessmen and Bollywood stars could be facing some tough questions.

Al Jazeera's Rahul Pathak reports from Mumbai.

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Al Jazeera
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