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SECRETARY BOARD OF DIRECTORS
NEW DELHI---India s sports
ministry demanded Indian
cricket chief Narainswamy
Srinivasan resign "on moral
grounds" yesterday amidst the
ongoing spot-fixing scandal.
The ministry s call was also
part of a growing clamour from
present and past members of the
Board of Control for Cricket in
India for Srinivasan to distance
himself from the investigation.
"BCCI is inquiring into alle-
gations of match and spot-fixing.
As there is a conflict of interest
in this inquiry, therefore the
BCCI president should tender
his resignation on moral
grounds," the ministry said in a
The BCCI wasn t controlled
by the sports ministry, however,
and nor did it depend on gov-
Srinivasan has said previously
he was not involved in the scan-
dal and will not resign.
He became embroiled in it
when his son-in-law and Chen-
nai Super Kings official Gurunath
Meiyappan was arrested in the
scandal that emerged with the
arrest of former test cricketer
Shantakumaran Sreesanth and
two others who played for
Rajasthan Royals in the Indian
Srinivasan is the managing
director of India Cements, which
owns the Chennai franchise.
The BCCI has asked retired
judges Jayaram Chouta and R
Balasubramanian and BCCI sec-
retary-general Sanjay Jagdale to
investigate the roles of Meiyap-
pan and the Chennai and
"We re of the view that the
recommendations of this com-
mittee should be binding and
that the BCCI should not ponder
over it," IPL chairman and BCCI
vice-president Rajeev Shukla said
in New Delhi in what is seen as
a sign of pressure from within
the board. "Till the pendency of
inquiry, he (Srinivasan) should
disassociate himself from the
procedure but the decision rests
Former ICC and BCCI chief
Sharad Pawar said the issue had
affected the board s image.
"It is better if Srinivasan leaves
till the probe is over as the
BCCI s image has already been
dented by the IPL scandal,"
Pawar said. "All matches of this
year s IPL must be probed and
the entire fixing matter should
be sent to the home ministry."
Former BCCI chiefs Shashank
Manohar, Inderjit Singh Bindra
and AC Muthiah have already
criticised the way the scandal
has been handled but BCCI
member Jyotiradiya Scindia, who
heads its finance committee, was
the first from among present
BCCI members to ask for Srini-
vasan to step aside.
"In the interest of propriety
and in the interest of the game,
when there is a question mark
surrounding the team (Chennai)
and its manager, who happens
to be a family member, I believe
Mr Srinivasan must step aside,"
Scindia said in New Delhi on
The spot-fixing case came to
light after Delhi police arrested
Sreesanth and two other bowlers
on suspicion of under-perform-
ing in the IPL for money from
The jailed trio is alleged to
have conceded more than a cer-
tain number of runs in an over
and received up to six million
rupees (US$110,000) from book-
makers for every over.
They ve been charged with
cheating, criminal conspiracy
and criminal breach of trust.
All three players and Meiyap-
pan have been suspended by the
India sports ministry
demands cricket chief quit
INDIANAPOLIS---Roy Hibbert had
23 points and 12 rebounds as the Indi-
ana Pacers charged back late to beat
the Miami Heat 99-92 on Tuesday
and level the Eastern Conference finals
LeBron James led the Heat with 24
points before fouling out with 56 sec-
onds to go. Mario Chalmers had 20
points on a night the defending NBA
champs failed to take command of the
The Heat will host Game 5 on Thurs-
day. "We re not going anywhere. We re
going back down to Miami to go out
there and fight again," Hibbert said.
Lance Stephenson added 20 points
for the Pacers, who started fast and
spent the rest of the night trying to
fend off Miami s continual comebacks.
But with Indiana leading 81-72 early
in the fourth, Miami answered with a
14-2 run that gave the Heat an 86-83
Indiana leveled the score with Paul
George s three-point play and erased
the Miami lead by closing the game on
a 16-6 run. Indiana was desperate ---
and it showed.
Bodies crashed to the ground all
night. An angry George uncharacter-
istically smacked the floor after being
called for a foul in the third quarter,
leading to a technical foul on coach
Frank Vogel. And the defense did a far
better job against James and his high-
scoring teammates. James finished 8
of 18 from the field.
But the Pacers did not get rattled.
Instead, they answered every chal-
lenge Miami posed as they had in the
first two games of this series.
When Miami used a 9-0 run to take
a 60-54 lead early in the third quarter,
Indiana answered immediately with a
10-0 run to regain the lead. When
James committed an offensive foul with
2 seconds left in the third quarter, his
first turnover since the end of Game
2, the Pacers got a buzzer-beating 3-
pointer from Stephenson to make it
Even as the Heat rallied in the fourth,
charging back from an 81-72 deficit to
take an 86-83 lead, the Pacers
answered. George tied the score on a
three-point play on which James com-
mitted his fourth foul.
Ray Allen broke the deadlock with
a 3 from the left wing, but after cor-
ralling rebound after rebound, Indiana
went on a 7-0 run to retake the lead
and Miami never tied it again.
This was not the same Miami team
that dominated Indiana in Game 3. Nor
was it the same Pacers defense that
got overrun by James and his teammates
two nights earlier.
Miami struggled to score early,
Dwyane Wade was limping noticeably
in the first half and forward Chris Bosh
hurt his right knee in the first half and
his right ankle in the second. The Big
Three combined to go just 14 of 39
from the field.
Indiana, meanwhile, reverted to its
more traditional style.
The Pacers had a 49-30 rebounding
advantage and outscored Miami in the
paint 50-32. (AP)
Pacers get even with Miami
Miami Heat's LeBron James, left, gets close defence from Indiana Pacers' Lance
Stephenson during the first half of Game 4 of the NBA Eastern Conference finals,
Tuesday, in Indianapolis. AP PHOTO
Asad Rauf denies he s ever been
involved in spot-fixing or match-fixing
and says he s ready to face the ICC
anti-corruption unit after the game s
governing body pulled him out of the
Rauf was withdrawn last week
because Indian police are investigating
his performances in the Indian Premier
"I personally deny all the news coming
from the media ... regarding spot-fixing,
match-fixing, taking gifts and money,"
Rauf said in Lahore yesterday.
"I tell you one thing very clearly that,
throughout my life, money and gifts do
not matter to me."
Rauf, on the International Cricket
Council s elite panel of umpires since
2006, said if the governing body con-
stituted any hearing against him, he
would appear before it. "I am happy to
answer any questions," he said.
Rauf was caught up in the spot-fixing
scandal in the just-concluded IPL, during
which Indian police arrested three
Rajasthan Royals players, Chennai Super
Kings official Gurunath Meiyappan and
several bookmakers. (AP)
Rauf is ready to face anti-corruption unit
Indian cricket chief Narainswamy
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