The ICA, which is recognised by the BCCI, was registered on July 5 earlier this year and came into being following the recommendations of Supreme Court-appointed Lodha panel.
The COA has also requested for replacements of Ramachandra Guha and Vikram Limaye. Guha had resigned from the COA and Limaye is set to join National Stock Exchange (NSE) as its new Managing Director and chief executive.
History will remember P Chidambaram as the dubious finance minister who not only faced allegations of corruption but was also subjected to CBI raids
BCCI vs Lodha panel: SC to initiate prosecution against Anurag Thakur; defers verdict till 3 January
There have been serious disagreements between the two parties over the age cap of 70 years on administrators, cooling off period of three years between terms, and the one state one vote policy.
The Supreme Court has postponed hearing in the BCCI versus Lodha panel case to Thursday (15 December)
The Lodha panel, in its report on 28 September, had called for all of BCCI's current office bearers to be replaced by a group of independent administrators.
The BCCI on Friday maintained its opposition to some of the reforms recommended by the Lodha committee and will wait with bated breath for the Supreme Court's verdict on the matter come 5 December.
With the Lodha Committee seeking direction from the Supreme Court on appointment of former Union Home Secretary GK Pillai as observer to "guide" BCCI, the top brass of the board are unaware as to how the process of awarding nearly 100 pending tenders will be carried out.
Chidambaram's haste in absolving himself of all controversy points only to the deep discomfort he still suffers from.
The one-man inquiry panel probing the missing files related to Ishrat Jahan case has concluded that the papers were "removed knowingly or unknowingly or misplaced" in September, 2009, a period when Congress leader P Chidambaram was the Home Minister.
In a rare instance, the Home Ministry has asked an RTI applicant to prove he is an Indian before disclosing details about the one-member panel looking into the missing files related to the alleged fake encounter case of Ishrat Jahan.
Former Union home minister P Chidambaram is an eminent lawyer. His capability to defend the indefensible can hardly be underestimated.
In an exclusive, new channel 'Times Now' claims that the an affidavit describing Ishrat Jahan as a Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) operative was signed by then Home Minister P Chidambaram.
Congress' Ghulam Nabi Azad claimed only BJP and their supporters were allowed to speak on the Ishrat Jahan case during Budget Session.
Ever since Headley made the startling claim on 11 February about the 2004 Gujarat encounter, the already murky Ishrat Jahan case has become even murkier.
Former Home Secretary GK Pillai, who has hit the headlines recently with his statements on the Ishrat Jahan killing, had said in 2013 that she has to be given the benefit of doubt.
The government is taking on the strongest person in the Opposition, Chidambaram, who is not a weak link and the assault is with, as it were, nuclear weapons
The Congress and P Chidambaram have long waged a legal and political battle against Narendra Modi through the medium of Ishrat Jahan's ghost. But now the ghost is after them
At the centre of the Ishrat Jahan storm is an affidavit filed by the home ministry under P Chidambaram in which references to her alleged links with Lashkar-e-Toiba were deleted