A CRICKETER COMPETING in the Indian Premier League in the UAE, has "reported a corrupt approach", putting BCCI's anti-corruption unit on high alert, ACU chief Ajit Singh has confirmed to PTI.

"We are tracking him. It will take some time," he said when asked if the alleged corruptor or "Person of Interest" has been identified. As per anti-corruption protocols, the name of the player (Indian or overseas) or franchise is not revealed for confidentiality purposes.

Oct 02, 2020 17:10
MUMBAI: With the ongoing 13th edition of the Indian Premier League being played behind closed doors, and all teams staying in a bio-secure bubble, the restriction on movement has proved a boon for the Anti Corruption Unit (ACU) of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). 
Jul 10, 2020 20:07
MUMBAI: India's leading fantasy sports platform Dream11, which is also a major sponsor of the Indian Premier League (IPL), has come under scrutiny after the BCCI’s anti-corruption unit (ACU) provided inputs to Punjab police questioning the role of the platform's sister firm FanCode, a streaming website that live broadcast the Uva T20 League shown as being held in Sri Lanka but actually played at a local club ground in Sawar
Sep 17, 2019 14:09
MUMBAI: That India is the epicentre of world cricket is fact. That it is the world's epicentre of cricket betting is also a fact. 
Sep 16, 2019 15:09
MUMBAI: The Board of Control for Cricket in India’s anti-corruption unit (ACU) has been investigating cases of alleged match-fixing in the Tamil Nadu Premier League (TNPL) and has zeroed in on an India player, an Indian Premier League regular and a Ranji Trophy coach, Indian Express reported Monday.
Sep 01, 2018 15:09
BENGALURU: The Karnataka State Cricket Association (KSCA) has alerted the BCCI’s Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU) of bookies attempting to fix matches by approaching players in the ongoing Karnataka Premier League (KPL) T20 competition in the state, Hindustan Times reports. The KSCA has the players to thank as they have already reported these approaches to the ACU officials.
Apr 02, 2018 14:04
MUMBAI: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has appointed Ajit Singh as its new Anti-Corruption Unit head in place of former Delhi police commissioner Neeraj Kumar, who has been retained as advisor till May 31. Singh will take charge of the office ahead of 2018 season of IPL and he will be based out of BCCI headquarters at Cricket Centre, Mumbai.