IndianExpress.com on December 7, 2011 released the following:
“When former cricketer Vinod Kambli raked up the issue of match-fixing recently, there were not many ways in which his accusation could be substantiated.
But this will soon change as CBI sleuths will be part of the working group of Interpol’s Global Complex for Innovation (IGCI) which is being set up at Singapore for innovative training and to focus on integrity in sports.
A part of the IGCI project, assisted by the Federation of International Football Association, will be dedicated to curb illegal betting and match fixing.
The CBI will train its officials at Singapore to tap match fixing cases in India and abroad.
The agency says a small team will be trained to find unscrupulous elements in the sports fraternity.
They will be working with the help of Interpol’s Singapore branch which is going to be set up by 2014.”
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