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Nupur Mehta just happened to be a tip of the iceberg and hence we decided to nail down the Cricket match fixing scandal via this website.
Let’s see who is next to be exposed from the Bollywood’s pimp world.
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If you are Nupur Mehta or Nupur Mehta’s agent or someone who feels pissed off by this website then go fuck yourself.
Freedom of speech will never stop us exposing all those pimps who are involved in this scandal.
This is the first time that a (failed) Bollywood actress has been exposed so openly in the Cricket match fixing scandal. If it was not the Sunday Time’s exposure we wouldn’t be able to know how vast this match fixing scandal has spread.
Don’t be shocked to hear the news that almost all of the international matches and almost 100% of IPL matches are fixed.
Don’t be thrilled when next time India defeats Pakistan in an International match. Chances are it is fixed. Every time a Pakistani bowler bowls no ball, think of fixing.
Crook bookies and desperate pimps like Nupur Mehta has destroyed our beloved Sports.
Cricket will never be again a gentlemen’s game. It has lost the trust. Cricket has become the dirtiest sports in the world.
Cricket has become a kamdhenu for milking money out of it.
You wake up early in the morning while whole world is sleeping to watch boys in blue playing in a remote island in a hostile territory. You feel the heat, you feel the ups and down, you feel joy when our boys hit boundaries and you feel proud to be called Indian when India wins the World Cup. You walk in the street with pride and joy and with your head high thumping your chest, telling the world we are the champions.
Only to get completely pissed off by knowing that the thrilling encounter between India and Pakistan in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 was fixed.
What a shame!