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PCB Chairman, Shaharyar Khan said in an interview on Saturday that the board of governor's meeting on Friday had given approval for the budget to cover the legal costs.
A bench headed by Justice Dipak Misra said that arguments raised by Railways, Association of Indian Universities and Services about their voting rights have "impressed" the court.
With VIVO's title sponsorship rights ending with this edition of the tournament, the IPL governing council met on Saturday to finalise the timelines of various tender processes.
Virat Kohli demands Rs 5 crore as annual retainer for grade 'A' Indian cricketers from BCCI: Exclusive
Virat Kohli, claim officials, is not happy with the new contracts, and is now seeking a minimum rack rate of Rs 5 crore retainer for A grade cricketers.
The youngest BCCI president in independent India, Anurag Thakur has taken over the reins of the world's richest cricketing body at a time it is fighting an existential battle against a complete restructuring recommended by the Supreme Court.
Anurag Thakur was unanimously elected as the new Board of Control for Cricket in Indian (BCCI) President at BCCI's Special General Meeting in Mumbai on Sunday afternoon. Thakur replaces Shashank Manohar in the most high-profile post in Indian cricket administration. Thakur tenure as BCCI President will extend till 2017.
Anurag Thakur on Saturday got the signatures of all six east zone units in his BCCI presidential nomination form as he completed the formalities in presence of former India captain and CAB president Sourav Ganguly.
Facing the threat of legal action from cricketers shown in the sting operation, the news channel which aired it said the content shown was authentic.