The coronavirus pandemic has affected blind cricket India to such an extent that even when it ends, it won't be easy for players to return to the game.
John David, the General Secretary of the association insists that blind cricket can spur the society to find its heroes in people who’ve defied disabilities to make a name for themselves
BCCI should recognise Indian blind cricket, do more in terms of funding and infrastructure, says CABI chief
Cricket Association for the Blind in India (CABI) president GK Mahantesh on Wednesday said BCCI should recognise the federation and provide them with proper infrastructure and financial aid.
The Indian blind cricket team defeated Pakistan to lift the Blind World Cup in Sharjah on 20 January. India chased down the 308-run target with eight balls and two wickets in hand.
Batting great Sachin Tendulkar has called on the BCCI to recognise the Cricket Association for the Blind in India (CABI) and bring its players under the Board's pension scheme.
Cricket Association for the Blind in India (CABI) president G Mahantesh on Monday sounded optimistic about getting recognition from the BCCI.
Cricket Association for the Blind in India awaits government's approval to travel to Pakistan for World Cup
Cricket Association for the Blind in India (CABI) is awaiting clearance from the Indian government to travel to Pakistan for the fifth Cricket World Cup scheduled to be held from 7 to 21 January.
India's team of visually-challenged cricketers is set to leave for England to play three T20s and as many one-day matches against the host outfit from May 24 to 31