The Indian government has ordered a wide-ranging investigation into claims of corruption and mismanagement during the Commonwealth Games.
The BBC reports that a team headed by the country's former auditor-general, V K Shunglu, will look at every aspect of organisation and planning, including the way contracts were awarded and work supervised.
The build-up to the Games, which ended in Delhi on Thursday, was marred by delays and allegations of fraud.
After the troubled start, Commonwealth Games head Mike Fennell praised the event as a success.
Despite that praise, prime minister Manmohan Singh says an investigation is needed into an event that became a global story for the wrong reasons.
Investigators are due to visit the Games organising committee on Monday to audit its accounts.