Furious fans in India burn effigies of the Australian cricket team
India have stopped playing matches in their Australian cricket tour after one of their team was banned from playing.
Bowler Harbhajan Singh denies breaking the rules of how cricketers should behave by saying something racist to an Australian player.
Harbhajan is appealing against his three-match ban, and his team won't carry on unless he's allowed to play.
The international game is governed by The International Cricket Council (ICC) which has has 101 members: 10 Full Members that play official Test matches, 33 Associate Members, and 58 Affiliate Members.
The game is played not in the spirit of the sportsmanship and camaraderie that it used to be known for: the gentleman's game. It is driven by the big money of corporate sponsorships and broadcasting rights and highly paid contracted players.