Lodha Panel's recommendations for Apex Council and granting full member status to northeastern states must be thrown out
It is nobody’s case that corrupt office-bearers of BCCI be protected. But don’t smash the entire super structure just because a few rogue elements have sticky fingers.
The BCCI on Monday decided to form a committee to oversee the implementation of the Lodha panel-suggested reforms, which isn't the first time the board has tried to stall their implementation.
A few nations are making a big mistake by trying to take advantage of the current mess that Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is in, warned former captain Ravi Shastri, who also advised the Board to demand every penny it deserves from the ICC for being the biggest revenue generator.
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.
Veteran cricket administrator IS Bindra on Tuesday said that renowned banker Vikram Limaye should take the lead in representing the cricket board in the upcoming ICC meeting on 4 February.
Diana Edulji 'surprised' being named in BCCI panel; wants to focus on women's cricket, players' body
Edulji's focus will be on promotion of women's cricket and also the formation of a players' association, which she feels is a must for looking after cricketers' well-being.
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."
President of Cricket Association for Blind said on Friday that they were struggling to raise money for T20 World Cup for Blind owing to demonetisation.
With the Supreme Court making it clear that a cumulative period of 18 years as per the 18 July verdict stands, joint secretary Amitabh Chaudhary and treasurer Aniruddh Chaudhary are expected to resume office.
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.
It was learnt that the retained member Rakesh Parikh was already a disqualified office-bearer having completed 11 years in various capacities in Baroda Cricket Association.
In the wake of the Supreme Court order, former BCCI vice-president Gokaraju Gangaraju has quit as secretary of Andhra Cricket Association.
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.
Acknowledging the little inclination on BCCI’s part to follow the orders issued in toto, the SC decided on Monday that its patience could not grow thinner.
Anurag Thakur’s premature expulsion is a landmark for Indian cricket as he is hoped to be the last administrator from an era which had stalwarts such as N Srinivasan and Sharad Pawar.
The Supreme Court judgement on BCCI vs Lodha panel will sort out the mess in sports once and for all, and hopefully other federations will have to follow soon.
Sometimes someone with a bit of love for the sport and a lot of love for the exposure it brings could be a better option than a career-driven professional.
In a landmark judgment, the Supreme Court on Monday sacked Anurag Thakur as BCCI president and Ajay Shirke as secretary. The verdict is sure to have profound political ramifications and also impact the way cricket is run in India.
BCCI vs Lodha panel: Anurag Thakur says board must be patient despite crisis affecting cricket negatively
BCCI President Anurag Thakur conceded that the current crisis is not in the best interest of cricketers but they will keep everything on hold till SC gives it's verdict.
The BCCI's fight to stall the reforms recommended by the Supreme Court suffered a telling blow as Sharad Pawar resigned as president of the MCA.