Match fixing cases

With Azaharuddin getting a reprieve from the HC in the match fixing saga, IE takes the opportunity of presenting the who's who of Indian cricket who stood similarly accused.
With Azaharuddin getting a reprieve from the HC in the match fixing saga, IE takes the opportunity of presenting the who's who of Indian cricket who stood similarly accused.
Azharuddin: Declared guilty, he took the matter to court where the decision was overturned on November 8, 2012. (IE Archive photo)
Azharuddin: Declared guilty, he took the matter to court where the decision was overturned on November 8, 2012. (IE Archive photo)
Ajay Jadeja: Was banned for five years for match-fixing in 2000. However Delhi HC lifted the ban for want of proof in January 2003. (IE Archive photo)
Ajay Jadeja: Was banned for five years for match-fixing in 2000. However Delhi HC lifted the ban for want of proof in January 2003. (IE Archive photo)
Ajay Sharma: Was banned for life by the BCCI in 2000 for match-fixing. The ban still stands. (IE Archive photo)
Ajay Sharma: Was banned for life by the BCCI in 2000 for match-fixing. The ban still stands. (IE Archive photo)
Manoj Prabhakar: Was banned for five years for match-fixing  he tried to implicate Kapil Dev. Became bowling coach for Delhi and is also a TV expert. (IE Archive photo)
Manoj Prabhakar: Was banned for five years for match-fixing he tried to implicate Kapil Dev. Became bowling coach for Delhi and is also a TV expert. (IE Archive photo)

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