State associations of Haryana, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra barred from BCCI Annual General Meeting over failure to amend constitutions
The TNCA, which elected N Srinivasan's daughter Rupa Gurunath, had 21 violations in their amended Constitution, including non-compliance in age cap (over 70 years), tenure of the cooling-off period
BCCI elections to be held on 22 October, announces CoA; Vinod Rai says democratically elected body should run cricket in India
Asked about elections finally taking place in the BCCI, which has suffered from administrative crisis for more than two years, Rai said he was a happy man.
Expenses of BCCI officials Amitabh Choudhary and Aniruddh Chaudhary breach Rs 1.5 crore, shows COA report
In COA fifth status report the expenditures of BCCI's acting secretary Amitabh Choudhary and treasurer Aniruddh Chaudhary touch a whopping Rs 1.56 crore and Rs 1.71 crore respectively
In its fifth Status Report submitted to the Supreme Court, the COA has also sought the removal BCCI acting president CK Khanna, secretary Amitabh Choudhary and treasurer Aniruddh Chaudhry for non-compliance
Justice RM Lodha says BCCI's non-implementation of reforms recommended almost a year ago is 'unfortunate'
Justice R M Lodha did not want to comment on one of the CoA members, Ramachandra Guha resigning recently, saying his explosive letter speaks for itself.
The mother of all questions is whether Kohli is bigger than cricket? If it is so, then the BCCI has two options: either be dictated by the captain or relieve him from the captaincy.
Former BCCI secretary Ajay Shirke has gone on to allege the occurrence of 'pitch-fixing' in the Pune Test, and even demanded an inquiry by the CBI.
The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to hear a fresh plea filed by BCCI's Joint Secretary Amitabh Chaudhary, alleging that the court-appointed Committee of Administrators (CoA) was flouting its order and not allowing the office bearers to perform their duties.
The Maharashtra Cricket Association (MCA), in deep debt, has decided to felicitate its past cricketers and also splurge on district representatives' stay during the first-ever Test match in Pune between India and Australia from 23 February.
After hailing the Supreme Court's move to appoint a four-member Committee of Administrators (COA) to run the affairs of the BCCI, veteran administrator IS Bindra on Sunday shared his experiences so that Indian cricket's "new saviours" can learn from the past.
Asked about his new role, Rai said: "Any such honour from the Supreme Court, one will have to accept and try to put in his best of abilities."
Former CAG Vinod Rai was appointed as the head of the BCCI panel, while Ramchandra Guha, Vikram Limaye, and Diana Edulji were made the members.
On what will be the way forward for the BCCI, Bedi said, "The BCCI will have to ensure that it follows the diktat of the apex court."
DDCA veteran cricket administrator CK Khanna claimed that he has received a letter from the BCCI, acknowledging that he is the senior-most vice-president of the board.
The group of BCCI administrators is expected to be named by the Supreme Court on Friday, 20 January, instead of 19 January.
Former Chief Justice of India RM Lodha, who recommended overhaul of the cricket governance in India, today said things would move fast in the BCCI after the newly-appointed administrators take charge after 19 January.
On 2 January, the Supreme Court had asked BCCI and all the state associations to implement the recommendations of the committee headed by former CJI Justice (Retd) RM Lodha.
Lodha committee states Ajay Shirke cannot represent MCA; Sourav Ganguly set for compulsory 'Cooling off'
Sacked BCCI Secretary Ajay Shirke cannot be Maharashtra Cricket Association's representative in BCCI meetings, the Lodha committee made it clear on Thursday in a seven-point response to queries on the administrative reforms made mandatory for the Board.
Former BCCI secretary Ajay Shirke lands in trouble for advising ECB to call off England's India tour
Former BCCI secretary Ajay Shirke has again found himself in the headlines after he was accused of attempting to sabotage the upcoming India-England series.
Jatin Paranjpe and Gagan Khoda are set to be removed from the BCCI senior selection panel after the Board was clearly told to trim to the panel to three members in place of five, as recommended by the Supreme Court-appointed Lodha Committee.