India vs South Africa: 'Your commitment has set the example', Graeme Smith thanks BCCI for successful tour
The BCCI had decided to go ahead with the highly-anticipated tour of South Africa despite growing concern about the spread of the new COVID-19 variant Omicron, which was first reported in the Rainbow Nation.
BCCI secretary Jay Shah has written to all the state bodies that since U-16 players are not vaccinated, the Board has decided not to take risk
From Harmanpreet Kaur to Smriti Mandhana, top Indian women cricketers at different points of the time have urged the BCCI to launch a women's Indian Premier League.
The HAP Cup has been scheduled at the Tau Devilal Cricket Stadium in Panchkula, Haryana from December 28 to 31.
"We will advertise for the NCA appointment. First, he (VVS) has to apply for the post," said BCCI secretary Jay Shah, adding, that the BCCI has also formed a neutral panel to probe CVC Capital
Dravid’s appointment isn’t a case of entitlement; he is the best person to take Indian cricket forward as it finds itself on the cusp of transition.
IPL is most powerful aspect of cricket, says Michael Vaughan after addition of two new teams to league
Shane Warne said that the money spent on new IPL teams shows why cricket has become the second "most popular sport" on the planet.
The new shirt, called the 'Billion Cheers Jersey', has been inspired by fans and was unveiled by MPL Sports, the official kit sponsor of the Indian men's, women's, and Under-19 teams.
The norm till date has been one game at 3:30 PM IST followed by evening match at 7:30 pm but the games will start at same time in order to avoid giving any unfair advantage to any team in case the last match has an outfit which has mathematical chance of qualification.
"The 2021-22 home season holds a lot of promise, and Team India will play in all major centres of India. Vaccination has ensured that the pandemic curve is beginning to flatten, and I am very optimistic that we will have the fans back for the home season," Shah said after the apex council meeting.
The decision to give compensation as well as increase the match fee was taken during the BCCI's Apex Council meeting on Monday.
With dressing room drifting away, Virat Kohli quits T20 captaincy but it might not safeguard 50-over leadership
While Kohli has maintained that he would remain captain in the other two formats, one can't say with absolute certainty that he will be India's 50-over skipper going into the 2023 World Cup at home.
Kohli announced the decision to quit T20 captaincy on Twitter, writing that he took the decision after many discussions with the leadership group within the Indian team.
BCCI to decide on Ranji cricketers’ compensation with players likely to get 50 percent of total match fees
The final decision lies with BCCI president Sourav Ganguly and secretary Jay Shah, who will discuss the topic with the Apex Council members on 20 September.
It is believed that Dhoni has been brought in for his experience of winning ICC tournaments as a captain.
The 40-year-old Dhoni retired from international cricket last year, his last India game being the 2019 World Cup semi-final, which the team lost to New Zealand.
The 25-year-old has played only nine first-class games with 34 wickets in his kitty and earlier this year played three ODI matches at home against the same opposition, taking six wickets.
ICC T20 World Cup 2021: Virat Kohli, BCCI top brass hold 'informal' meeting over roadmap for showpiece event
The Test win at Lord's has certainly released a lot of pressure off Kohli but he is well aware that his captaincy future hinges on the team's performance in UAE where they start against arch-rivals Pakistan.
The nine-day gap between second and third Test will certainly give the duo ample chance to train and get match ready in case the team management feels the necessity of playing either of the two.
While players lost out on significant earnings, the BCCI copped a lot of flak for too much focus on the cash-rich league.