If one had to single out a player to watch out for from the Indian team in the ICC Women's World Cup 2017, it would be pacer Shikha Pandey.
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.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) may encounter fresh trouble after facing the prospect of the Justice Lodha Committee asking for Deloitte's audit reports on the functioning of the its state associations, which are said to be damning.
Former Goa Cricket Association (GCA) president Shekhar Salkar on Saturday said more clarification is needed on some of the Lodha Committee recommendations.
Police may question senior BCCI officials in connection with the alleged fraud case involving Goa Cricket Association (GCA).
Goa Cricket Association treasurer Akbar Mulla, who is one of the three accused in the case of alleged misappropriation of Goa Cricket Association (GCA) funds worth Rs 3.13 crore, has resigned from the post.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has sought five days' time from the Goa Police to furnish documents related to funds released to Goa Cricket Association (GCA), in connection with an alleged fraud case involving the Association's three senior officials.
The BCCI today suspended and issued show cause notices to the top Goa Cricket Association officials, who were arrested for alleged misappropriation of organisation funds, and initiated a probe of its own against them.
BCCI suspended and issued showcause notices to the Goa Cricket Association officials who were arrested for alleged misappropriation of organisation funds.
In an attempt to prevent a repeat of the GCA alleged fraud, the BCCI has decided to switch to electronic methods to distribute funds to state associations.
A court in Panaji remanded in the three Goa Cricket Association officials in a one-day police custody after they were arrested for an alleged fraud.
Goa Cricket Association president Chetan Dessai, secretary Vinod Phadke and treasurer Akbar Mulla were arrested by police on Wednesday for alleged misappropriation of over three crore rupees belonging to the organisation.
BJP leader Amit Shah was on Saturday elected unopposed as the Gujarat Cricket Association (GCA) president.