Coronavirus Outbreak: ICC CEC unanimously agrees for revamp of its Future Tours and Programmes till 2023
The ICC Chief Executives Committee on Thursday unanimously agreed to revamp the Future Tour Programs (FTP) till 2023, conceding that the "scale and complexity" of getting cricket started again "cannot be underestimated" in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
BCCI treasurer Arun Dhumal echoes need to increase board's revenue, cut down on expenses due to legal hassles
Dhumal, another young face in BCCI president Sourav Ganguly's cabinet, has been surprised at the number of expenses that have gone up in the past few years mainly due to the legal hassles
Tough road ahead for BCCI's inexperienced Apex Council as ICC's proposed FTP set to clog India's revenue stream
BCCI's president-elect Sourav Ganguly has rightly sounded the bugle against ICC. Almost all, except for a few members of CoA, felt that the world body was wrong in depriving India of their fair share of revenue. Dealing with ICC's proposed FTP then will be the apex council's first challenge.
BCCI CEO Rahul Johri says ICC's proposed Future Tours Programme unacceptable as it hits Indian cricket board's revenues
The draft proposal for the post-2023 Future Tours Programme was mooted at a recent ICC meeting and BCCI CEO Rahul Johri has categorically said that the move will not be prudent
The current policy will end in March 2020. The new five-year foreign trade policy (2020-25) is expected to be released in September this year
Hamilton Masakadza was on Tuesday named as captain of Zimbabwe for all three formats of international cricket for the next year, but a planned tour to India next month looks to have fallen through and the team have no fixtures planned before July.
The ICC has constituted a three-member dispute resolution committee to look into Pakistan Cricket Board's (PCB) $60 million compensation claim against the BCCI for not honouring the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), which required the two countries to play five bilateral series in an eight year cycle between 2015-2023.
US challenge to India's export subsidy program at WTO: Is it sabre rattling to get more concessions from us?
The clock has started ticking for India’s export promotion schemes and the government has to now bite the bullet on these
The implementation of Goods and Services Tax (GST) has been a bumpy road so far, sending businesses and revenue collections into a tailspin.
The tournament, that starts on 14 December, will feature six teams – Maratha Arabians, Pakhtoons, Bengal Tigers, Kerala Kings, Punjabi Legends and Colombo Lions.
A grand illusion is being created for the players to believe that their workload will come down just because the number of playing days has been brought down by 20 per cent in the next FTP. On the contrary, it is very evident that the FTP is being designed with broadcast revenue in mind.
BCCI's deft jugglery seeks to assuage anxiety of all concerned — broadcasters, member associations, players and fans.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has questioned the BCCI's proposed FTP structure for the 2019-2023 cycle, which does not feature Indo-Pak bilateral series.
The revised FTP policy focuses on the goal of exploring new markets and new products as well as on increasing India's share in the traditional markets and products.
Foreign trade policy review, to be unveiled later on Tuesday, may accord special priority to improving logistics for trade to help bring down the costs
Mid-term review of foreign trade policy soon; will evaluate export of goods and services, says Prabhu
Five-year foreign trade policy provides a framework for creation of employment and increasing value addition
If the latest reports are to be believed, the BCCI is said to have approached the Home Ministry, seeking the latter's permission to engage in a bilateral series with their arch-rivals.
Flipkart's 'Big Billion Day' sale on Monday, that offered steep discounts on various products, has raised concerns among small and big traders that such campaigns would badly affect players in the traditional retail market.<br />
The export commissioner would help in ensuring easing of bottlenecks and development of infrastructure through appropriate allocation of plan resources
India and England, who have normally engaged in three or four-Test rubbers prior to the upcoming best-of-five series from July 9, have inked an agreement to stick to this format in future contests too, according to Cricket Board Secretary Sanjay Patel.