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Arbitrator sets aside ban on Ajay Jadeja

January 27, 2003 17:37 IST

Justice J K Mehra, the arbitrator appointed by the Delhi high court, on Monday set aside the five-year ban imposed by the Board of Control for Cricket in India on Ajay Jadeja for his alleged involvement in match-fixing.

Jadeja had challenged the decision to ban him from playing cricket for India after an inquiry commission headed by K Madhavan endorsed the Central Bureau of Investigation report indicating his involvement in the match-fixing controversy.

However, after a few hearings in the high court, Jadeja agreed to take the matter to arbitration and the court appointed Justice Mehra.

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Sub: RE:farce

The law does stipulate that a person is innocent until found guilty. In this case, Jadeja has been found to be innocent by the courts, ...


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Sub: Go back jadeja

It is impossible.Jadeja was out of the Indian team for 4 years.How could he plays the important World Cup.I think if jadeja will be the ...


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Sub: RE:Welcome back Jade Jaaa!

Everyone is talking abt Jadega why not give ashar a chance. Please ashar also need one more chance as much as jadega need Amit ...


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Sub: ban on jadeja

it is inconsequential whether there's a ban on jadeja to play or not. i simply do not want anyone involved on matchfixing, even remotely, playing ...


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Sub: Good To c u Back

He is as clean as anything and he is made a scapegoat for all the bad things done by others, whom none want to name ...


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