Indian Cricketers' Association president Ashok Malhotra happy with BCCI's grant, hopes all demands will be met gradually
Malhotra, who has been critical of BCCI in the past for not addressing their demands, was pleased that at least one of their requests – increase in former players' medical insurance from Rs five to Rs 10 lakh – have been approved.
Indian Cricketers' Association nominate former spinner Pragyan Ojha as representative to IPL governing council
The association was earlier represented by former India player Surinder Khanna, as according to the BCCI constitution, the ICA is required to send a member to the IPL governing council every year.
'Cannot wait forever': Indian Cricketers' Association asks BCCI to look into its demands for former players
Indian Cricketers' Association's demands include pension for former players who have played less than 25 first-class games, pension for widows of former cricketers
Coronavirus Outbreak: Indian Cricketers' Association raises Rs 78 lakh to extend financial aid to 57 needy players
Boosted by significant contributions, the Indian Cricketers Association (ICA) has managed to raise Rs 78 lakh and will provide financial assistance to 57 needy cricketers as they battle the COVID-19 pandemic.
ICA to provide financial support to 36 needy players during COVID-19 including former India pacer Devraj Govindraj
Govindraj, 73, was part of the Indian team's historic Test series wins in England and the West Indies in 1971, when Sunil Gavaskar had announced his arrival with a mountain of runs.
Coronavirus Outbreak: ICA to extend financial help to more needy cricketers than originally planned after healthy flow of donations
Boosted by significant contributions from its members, the Indian Cricketers Association (ICA) has decided to extend its financial help to 35 to 40 needy cricketers instead of the 25-30 number planned earlier.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Mohammad Azharuddin joins ICA's initiative to support former players during lockdown, pledges to donate Rs 10 lakh
The Indian Cricketers Association (ICA) has raised Rs 24 lakh to help around 30 former players who are in dire need of funds amid the ongoing nationwide lockdown, a drive that has also found support from former captain Mohammed Azharuddin.
The BCCI is looking at an alternate window as chances of a curtailed IPL in May look dim but nothing concrete has come out
The ICA, India's first-ever players' association formed as per recommendations of the Supreme Court-appointed Lodha panel, was on Sunday granted Rs 2 crore by the BCCI to kickstart its operations.
The ICA, India's first-ever players' association formed as per recommendations of the Supreme Court-appointed Lodha panel, has been desperately seeking funds ever since its office bearers were elected in October last year.
Home season calendar for 2020-21, Indian Cricketers' Association funding on BCCI's apex council meeting agenda
The ICA has been desperately seeking funds from the BCCI since the new dispensation came into power in October.
BCCI to discuss ethics officer appointment, release of funds to Indian Cricketers' Association in second Apex Council meeting
The appointment of an ethics officer and release of funds for the Indian Cricketers' Association (ICA) are set to be cleared at the BCCI's second Apex Council meeting in New Delhi on Sunday.
ICA is India's first ever players' association formed as per recommendation of the Supreme Court-appointed Justice RM Lodha panel.
Kirti Azad is locked in a three-way battle with former India players Anshuman Gaekwad and Dodda Ganesh for the ICA players' representative to the all-important Apex Council of the BCCI.
Former India captain Kapil Dev resigns from Cricket Advisory Committee after being served conflict of interest notice
Kapil Dev, who was named head of the committee in July 2019, was one of three members of the CAC, along with Rangaswamy and Anshuman Gaekwad
Shantha Rangaswamy quits from CAC, Indian Cricketers Association after being served conflict of interest notice
Shantha Rangaswamy, who was a member of the CAC along with Kapil Dev and Anshuman Gaekwad, resigned on Sunday through a letter sent to the Committee of Administrators (CoA) and the Board's CEO, Rahul Johri.
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 BCCI has approved the Indian Cricketers Association (ICA), the body formed as per the board's new constitution to look after the interest of former players.