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India vs England, 3rd Test: KL Rahul's last-minute injury pull-out shows BCCI's absence of process

Updated : Nov 26, 2016

By : Vedam Jaishankar

Category : Sports

India vs England, 3rd Test: KL Rahul's last-minute injury pull-out shows BCCI's absence of process

The conflicting reports of KL Rahul’s injury clearly indicate that transparency is very low in the Board of Control for Cricket in India’s scheme of things. #BCCI #India #Cricket #Board of Control for Cricket in India #England #India vs England #Mohali Test #KL Rahul #Karun Nair #England in India 2016
PCB asks BCCI for clarity on resumption of cricketing ties between both countries

Updated : Nov 09, 2016

By : PTI

Category : Sports

PCB asks BCCI for clarity on resumption of cricketing ties between both countries

PCB official Najam Sethi has said that it had asked the BCCI to confirm whether it was ready to play Pakistan in any bilateral series or international events. #BCCI #India #Cricket #Pakistan #ICC #Pakistan Cricket Board #Board of Control for Cricket in India #PCB #Giles Clarke #Champions Trophy #Anurag Thakur #SportsTracker #Bilateral relations #Najam Sethi
Delhi pollution: Rescheduling Ranji Trophy games could be a recipe for disaster

Updated : Nov 07, 2016

By : Vedam Jaishankar

Category : Sports

Delhi pollution: Rescheduling Ranji Trophy games could be a recipe for disaster

Instead of rescheduling matches, BCCI should have treated these on par with rain-ruined or bad-light wrecked matches and split points. But with this unhealthy precedent having been set, fresh turmoil is in store #BCCI #New Delhi #InMyOpinion #Board of Control for Cricket in India #Ranji Trophy #Cricket Association of Bengal #CAB #Delhi Pollution #Delhi smog
Rohit Sharma could miss at least 10-12 weeks of cricket, confirm BCCI

Updated : Nov 04, 2016

By : IANS

Category : Sports

Rohit Sharma could miss at least 10-12 weeks of cricket, confirm BCCI

Star batsman Rohit Sharma could be out of competitive cricket for two to three months if doctors advise him to go under the knife after the right-hander sustained a thigh injury on the right leg, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) said. #BCCI #India #Cricket #London #Board of Control for Cricket in India #Rohit Sharma #England #New Zealand #SportsTracker #Visakhapatnam
BCCI vs Lodha: Tussle over MoUs and tenders a non-issue, but it won't be the last one

Updated : Nov 04, 2016

By : Vedam Jaishankar

Category : Sports

BCCI vs Lodha: Tussle over MoUs and tenders a non-issue, but it won't be the last one

A super audit could expose corrupt elements within the BCCI, and ensure that they are punished according to the laws of the land. But instead, the arguments are centered on MoUs, number of selectors, television contracts, tenders, etc #BCCI #Cricket #Supreme Court #InMyOpinion #Board of Control for Cricket in India #Supreme Court of India #Anurag Thakur #Justice RM Lodha #England in India 2016 #Ajay Shrike #India vs England 2016
India vs England: BCCI asks ECB to bear all expenses for Test series from its own pockets

Updated : Nov 04, 2016

By : FP Sports

Category : Sports

India vs England: BCCI asks ECB to bear all expenses for Test series from its own pockets

According to a report, the BCCI has asked its English counterparts to bear the expenses of the England cricketers during the two month-long stay in India. #BCCI #Cricket #Supreme Court #ICC #Board of Control for Cricket in India #Supreme Court of India #England and Wales Cricket Board #ECB #Lodha Committee #England in India 2016
BCCI vs Lodha Committee: SC puts IPL media rights bid on hold, seeks further clarity on issue

Updated : Oct 24, 2016

By : PTI

Category : Sports

BCCI vs Lodha Committee: SC puts IPL media rights bid on hold, seeks further clarity on issue

The BCCI's tender process to award fresh media rights for the glitzy Indian Premier League (IPL) has been thrown into jeopardy after the Supreme Court-appointed Lodha Committee sought further clarity from the cricket board about the duration of the media "rights period" #BCCI #Indian Premier League #IPL #Supreme Court #Board of Control for Cricket in India #Supreme Court of India #SportsTracker
India vs England: BCCI's ill-timed acceptance of DRS, lack of due process may hurt team in Tests

Updated : Oct 22, 2016

By : Vedam Jaishankar

Category : Sports

India vs England: BCCI's ill-timed acceptance of DRS, lack of due process may hurt team in Tests

England have an advantage, having years of experience using the review system. They rarely waste reviews. They know when to go for a referral and it's a crucial part of the skipper's job. #BCCI #India #Board of Control for Cricket in India #England #DRS #India vs England #Duleep Trophy #Decision Review System #England in India 2016
BCCI vs Lodha panel: Anurag Thakur submits affidavit in SC, denies asking ICC to intevene

Updated : Oct 17, 2016

By : PTI

Category : Sports

BCCI vs Lodha panel: Anurag Thakur submits affidavit in SC, denies asking ICC to intevene

BCCI president Anurag Thakur said in the Supreme Court on Monday that he had not asked ICC CEO Shashank Manohar to state that the appointment of Justice RM Lodha Committee would "tantamount to government interference" in the functioning of BCCI #BCCI #Supreme Court #ICC #Board of Control for Cricket in India #Shashank Manohar #Supreme Court of India #Anurag Thakur #SportsTracker #Justice RM Lodha #Lodha Committee
BCCI vs Lodha Committee: By forcing cricket board to toe the line, SC may open a Pandora's Box

Updated : Oct 17, 2016

By : Vedam Jaishankar

Category : Sports

BCCI vs Lodha Committee: By forcing cricket board to toe the line, SC may open a Pandora's Box

The Supreme Court could pass a judicial order mandating reforms. But would that open a Pandora's Box, not in terms of the cricket board, but with regard to setting a precedent that could well affect all parties #BCCI #Cricket #Supreme Court #Board of Control for Cricket in India #Supreme Court of India #Anurag Thakur #SportsTracker #Justice RM Lodha #Lodha Committee