DDCA secretaries write letter to BCCI seeking expulsion of seven directors supporting Lodha panel reforms
In an explicable move, two joint secretaries of Delhi & Districts Cricket Association (DDCA) have a written a letter to BCCI president Anurag Thakur seeking "expulsion of seven directors" including former Test opener Chetan Chauhan for supporting Lodha Panel reforms.
Considering how everyone loved to hate the Smriti Irani's controversial decisions, Twitterati had a field day with her shift to the textile portfolio
The exit of an independent-minded Rajan and the appointment of pliant individuals in regulatory positions send an unmistakable signal that while making India Congress-mukt, the BJP is slowly metamorphosing into another version of its bête-noire.
It is silly to argue Chetan Chauhan doesn't know anything about fashion technology. Any gentleman who has spent his life as the third man wondering about deep fine, long and square leg automatically gets qualified.
Former cricketer Chetan Chauhan has been appointed NIFT chairman. And people on Twitter are not happy.
The statement was recorded during pre-summoning evidence before Metropolitan Magistrate Abhilash Malhotra in a criminal defamation complaint filed by Chauhan against Kejriwal and suspended BJP MP Kirti Azad for allegedly defaming Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA) by making "scandalous" remarks.
After 20 days, you (DDCA) should not come and say they (SDMC) are illegally withholding the occupancy certificate or say you need any modification in the earlier order. It should not happen," the bench said.
Fate of T20 World Cup matches expected to be held at Ferozshah Kotla grounds hangs in balance as DDCA's deadline expires
The BCCI top brass did not give any reply to DDCA working president Chetan Chauhan's plea for a 10-day extension to get the required NOC for hosting the ICC World T20 matches at the Feroz Shah Kotla.
For the second successive day, the entire top brass of the DDCA addressed the press conference where they made a point by point rebuttal of the alleged charges made by the AAP against Jaitley.
Of the Rs 24.45 crore entertainment tax slapped by the government on the state body, DDCA has been directed to deposit Rs one crore in two instalments.
DDCA case also presents the BCCI with the first real test of its intentions following the removal of N Srinivasan.
The logjam regarding Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA) hosting the fourth Test between India and South Africa continued on Tuesday with the tax department of the state government yet to give clearance for the game scheduled from 3-7 December.
DDCA has moved the court for the interim relief as the SDMC yesterday rejected their application for a no-objection certificate or POC to hold the match.
With just a day left to meet the November 17 deadline set by the BCCI for obtaining all clearances to host the final India-South Africa Test, DDCA is racing against time to get the required approvals but officials of the cricket body were hopeful of resolving all the issues.
The BCCI has not yet lifted the life ban on Azharuddin, who was found guilty in 2000 for allegedly getting involved in match-fixing
DDCA vice-president Chetan Chauhan on Thursday said they want Virender Sehwag to continue playing for the Delhi team, pleading ignorance that the opener was considering a switch for the upcoming domestic season.
Under attack for India's shock defeat in the ODI series against Bangladesh, Mahendra Singh Dhoni has offered to step down from captaincy but several former players expressed their opposition against such a move.
"If the incident would have occurred in present times then I would have been fined," Gavaskar said.