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.
IPL governing council to discuss match timings in BCCI meeting; office bearers to finalise Cricket Advisory Committee
The high-profile governing council of the Indian Premier League will on Monday deliberate on commencing the night matches of the upcoming edition at 7.30 pm instead of the usual 8 pm start.
BCCI lifts Rajasthan Cricket Association's suspension after compliance with Lodha Committee guidelines
The RCA was banned by BCCI in 2014 after it elected former Indian Premier League chief Lalit Modi as its president.
Cricket Association of Bengal to hold elections on 28 September as per diktat issued by Supreme Court-appointed CoA
The Supreme Court-appointed COA on Friday made it clear that all the state associations have to complete their elections by 28 September
CAB chief Sourav Ganguly says board will give voting rights to former international cricketers, believes move will make them fully Lodha-compliant
The Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) has agreed to give voting rights to former international players in order to have fully Lodha Compliant constitution, its president Sourav Ganguly said on Wednesday.
Supreme Court strengthens National Sports Code by rejecting Archery Association of India's new constitution
In rejecting AAI’s new constitution, the Supreme Court has given the National Sports Code 2011 a thumbs-up as the frame of reference for compliance by National Sports Federations
The Supreme Court is likely to hear longstanding BCCI case today. Here's all you need to know.
CoA meets Amicus Curiae over pending issues, including Hardik Pandya-KL Rahul controversy, before next SC hearing
The Committee of Administrators (CoA) Monday met Amicus Curiae PS Narasimha to discuss the pending legal issues before the next Supreme Court hearing, scheduled on 21 February.
Firstpost Spodcast Episode 15: Lord's Test, Supreme Court's ruling on BCCI's draft Constitution and more on our daily sports podcast
Washed-out opening day of Lord's Test, Supreme Court's ruling on BCCI's draft Constitution, and Ben Stokes' trial — we discuss all this and more on Spodcast, Firspost's daily sports podcast.
Supreme Court's ruling on cooling-off period, one-state-one-vote welcome, but ambiguity mars most clauses
While the decision to grant voting rights to Railways, Services and Universities must be appreciated, Court's guidelines regarding the representatives of these units are likely to create practical problems within them.
BCCI vs CoA: Supreme Court's draft constitution could be start of new innings for Indian cricket, bad news for other boards
Indian cricket needs to be put on its feet as soon as possible and the BCCI draft constitution might well be the start of a new innings.
BCCI vs COA: 'One state one vote' and 'cooling-off period' clauses can be reconsidered, says Supreme Court bench
In what could be positive news for BCCI, the 'One-State-One-Vote' and 'Cooling-off period' clauses from Lodha reforms can be reconsidered, observed a Supreme Court bench.
Supreme Court's verdict on BCCI's draft constitution should solve Board-CoA tussle and end turmoil in Indian cricket
The CoA would hope to be given total control of running the BCCI before the constitution is in place and elections are held. The BCCI, on the other hand, would hope that there would be relief on some of the issues pertaining to the Lodha panel report.
The Committee of Administrators (CoA) filed a ninth status report on Wednesday, and made severe remarks against office-bearers of the Board of Control for Cricket in India. The committe has listed a series of events where the board office-bearers tried to systematically undermine the CoA and its decisions.
The five member RTI cell of DDCA will be headed by Public Information Officer (PIO) Pradeep Kumar Banerjee. There will be two appellate authorities — the CEO, who is expected to be appointed after the elections and president of the executive committee.
Day after ICC's observation on BCCI, Indian board cautions global body against possible budgetary cuts
The BCCI has said it is expecting a spike in its expenditure as it has to take care of more state associations, in line with Justice (retd) Lodha-led panel's recommendations.
Lodha Panel's recommendations for Apex Council and granting full member status to northeastern states must be thrown out
It is nobody’s case that corrupt office-bearers of BCCI be protected. But don’t smash the entire super structure just because a few rogue elements have sticky fingers.
India will open their 2019 World Cup campaign against South Africa on 4 June instead of 2 June as the BCCI will have to maintain a mandatory 15-day gap between Indian Premier League (IPL) final and international assignment as per the Lodha Committee recommendation.
The CoA wants to be sure that the key Lodha reforms have been incorporated in the MCA Constitution.
Madras High Court has issued notice to BCCI and Centre based on a PIL filed by IPS officer G Sampath Kumar to restrain the board from conducting Indian Premier League matches.