Coronavirus Outbreak: Karnataka State Cricket Association to donate Rs 1 crore towards government in fight against COVID-19
The Karnataka State Cricket Association (KSCA) on Sunday said it would donate Rs 50 lakh each to the central government and the state government for their fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
As the spot-fixing rocked Karnataka Premier League, the state cricket association on Thursday announced the suspension of Belagavi Panthers franchise, whose owner Ali Ashfaq Thara is among the six people arrested so far in connection with the scandal.
Roger Binny was elected as the president while J Abhiram became the vice-president. Santosh Menon and Shavir Tarapore were elected as secretary and joint secretary, Vinay Mruthyunjaya, who was elected Treasurer, told PTI.
IPL 2019: Nigel Llong set to officiate in final as BCCI decides not to take action for umpire's angry outbursts during league match
It is learnt that the Committee of Administrators (CoA), in consultation with the IPL Operations team, has allowed Llong to officiate despite an official complaint lodged by the Karnataka State Cricket Association (KSCA).
India vs Australia: M Chinnaswamy surface will have a plenty of runs in it, say KSCA officials ahead of 2nd T20I
After a low-scoring thriller in the first T20 International between India and Australia at Visakhapatnam, the second and final game at the Chinnaswamy promises to be a run-feast, a KSCA official said Tuesday.
India vs Australia: As KSCA gears up to test new technology in Bengaluru T20I, Indian grounds may never be the same again
The India-Australia T20I at Bengaluru on Wednesday would be the big cricket test for the product that KSCA are about to test. Indian grounds in late winter or summer may never be the same again.
Pulwama terror attack: KSCA latest to pull down pictures of Pakistani cricketers in 'strong protest' against incident
Following the footsteps of the Cricket Club of India as well as the state cricket associations of Punjab and Rajasthan, portraits of Pakistani cricketers were pulled down at the Karnataka State Cricket Association on Tuesday in protest against the Pulwama terror attack.
First T20I between India and Australia shifted from Bengaluru to Visakhapatnam citing security and logistical issues
The Karnataka State Cricket Association (KSCA), in its press release said that, the Chinnaswamy stadium will now be hosting the second T20I on 27 February instead.
Opening four-day game between India A and South Africa A shifted to Bengaluru from Belgaum due to poor weather
The first four-day match between India A and South Africa A has been shifted to Bengaluru from Belgaum due to inclement weather forecast.
State T20 leagues in turmoil as TNCA asks Supreme Court to snub BCCI and grant permission for signing outstation players
The decision, which is expected on Tuesday, might well set the course for future state T20 leagues. KSCA, MCA and others with a skin in the game would be waiting with bated breath.
DDCA presidential candidate Madan Lal says he wants to see players taking pride in Delhi cricket again
The main battle for the DDCA presidential seat will be between former Indian cricketer Madan Lal and India TV owner Rajat Sharma.
SC's delay in judgement on BCCI's state associations could cost Indian cricket an opportunity to upgrade infrastructure
With Committee of Administrators not fully seized by the importance of infrastructure projects, the long term development of Indian cricket has taken a hit
Cauvery water dispute: Opposition to Chennai hosting IPL 2018 matches another instance of league becoming soft target for rabble-rousers
Agitators’ cause would instantly attract the attention of national and international media. The IPL thus provides the sort of stage that would otherwise be impossible for these protestors.
Rahul Dravid and Sunil Joshi's sons, Samit and Aryan, struck daddy hundreds to guide their team to a massive victory in the BTR Cup U-14 tournament.
India vs Australia: Abandoned Hyderabad T20I must coax BCCI, state associations to upgrade infrastructure
The financial blow caused by the abandonment of Hyderabad T20I could be the catalyst for state association, television company, sponsors, vendors, etc to goad BCCI and COA to promote best practises, release funds and upgrade infrastructure.
BCCI needed every bit of its due share of the revenue. Instead, now that they have shared the spoils, other nations are going to help themselves to unbelievable riches.
Robin Uthappa has ended his 15- year association with Karnataka cricket after the state body KSCA granted him a NOC to play elsewhere.
BCCI acting president CK Khanna on Friday said a brand new National Cricket Academy (NCA) will be ready in Bengaluru in the next two years after the Board settled a long-standing dispute to acquire land for the facility.
Just weeks before the start of IPL 10, there is a very strong possibility of the event not being conducted as staging associations reeling under financial stress.
After SC removed Anurag Thakur as BCCI President, Karnataka State Cricket Association office-bearers Brijesh Patel, two others tendered their resignations.