21 November, 2019

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‘Knowing Dilshan Does Not Make Make Me A Match-Fixer’

By Colombo Telegraph-

Knowing Dilshan does not make me a match- fixer, says Nupur Mehta, The Times of India reports.

Nupur Mehta defiantly dares everyone to prove match-fixing allegations against her, even as she hints that she may have more cricketer friends.

Everyday, there’s a new story about you…

Well, I’d like to make it very clear that all accusations levelled against me by the Sunday Times London edition, of me being involved in the Indo-Pak semi-final match-fixing scam, are not true. Now, they are putting up articles on my personal life – of me being involved or dating Sri Lankan cricketer Dilshan Tillakaratne – I mean, I’m completely confused as to what they want to accuse me of. Do they want to dig up my personal life, or they want to claim I am involved in match-fixing? Now, they are saying I was seen in London during the T20 World Cup – suddenly there are so many issues. I am coping boldly, as I am a very bold person, and as for my decision to sue the paper – I am considering it.

 

 

 

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    wow okay

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    Why,have you run out Rajapkse bashing news?If you don’t have such just ask Paki,Sunanda,Nimalka,Sunila,Gordon weiss or Benjamin Dix the latest Johnny in town,they will manufacture enough stories to keep us going for thousands of years.Paki and co stop Champagning and provide Rajapakse bashing news.That’s what you are paid to do, not partying 24/7.

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    All I need is a pint of guinness and 1 hr alone with Ms. Mehta. I’ll fix her allright! Quite a fit lass, ni mor a admhail.

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      Just 1hr?It seems that you are quick job man.

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    hmmm…so Dilshan has been fielding in her gully…lucky devil.

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