The BCCI's Special General Meeting on Monday will see members discuss the One State One Vote rule as well as the reinstatement of a five-member selection committee.
Srinivasan had stepped down as BCCI president in 2013 after his son-in-law Gurunath Meiyappan became embroiled in the IPL spot-fixing controversy.
Diana Edulji says Vikram Limaye's impending exit will be a big blow to the Committee of Administrators
Veteran banker Vikram Limaye will soon leave BCCI's Committee of Administrators(COA) to head the National Stock Exchange (NSE) and that will a big loss to the the already trimmed panel, said COA member Diana Edulji.
Guha, in his letter to the chief of the CoA, Vinod Rai, has drawn attention to how the latter refused to take any action on a series of ‘conflict of interest’ issues that he had flagged in the last four months, leading to his resignation last week.
The Committee of Administrators (CoA) on Thursday sent a fresh communication to the various state units of BCCI asking them to furnish the names of the current office-bearers along with the duration of their stay.
The BCCI on Sunday adjourned its "Special General Meeting", which was attended by former President N Srinivasan, after the Committee of Administrators (COA) sought Supreme Court directives on some issues.
Board of Control for Cricket in India's (BCCI) one-time power centre Mumbai has lost its permanent voting status as per its new constitution finalised by the Committee of Administrators (COA) appointed by the Supreme Court of India.
The first reaction to Shashank Manohar’s decision to quit as the International Cricket Council (ICC) independent chairman was “oh! No. Not again.” There was no curiosity as to the reason he quit or even the timing of the decision. The only thought that sprung to mind was that of a habitual quitter, although to be fair he has quit only twice in the past one year and even those only when confronted with overwhelming adversity.
Implementation of Lodha Committee recommendations in BCCI will be completed in the next four-five months, said Vinod Rai, head of the Supreme Court-appointed panel of administrators
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.
A few nations are making a big mistake by trying to take advantage of the current mess that Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is in, warned former captain Ravi Shastri, who also advised the Board to demand every penny it deserves from the ICC for being the biggest revenue generator.
With undue haste, even as the Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators were still finding its feet, the ICC member nations rushed to push through with the vote that would help carve up BCCI’s treasures for themselves.
BCCI vs Lodha panel: SC allows cricket body, Centre to suggest administrators; further delays verdict
The Supreme Court on Tuesday allowed the Centre and the BCCI to suggest names for appointment in the committee of administrators, re-asserting their condition of them being below 70 years of age.
The Supreme Court is expected to name the interim committee of BCCI administrators on 24 January
In cricketing parlance, the SC order on Lodha recommendations could be termed a blinder. Except that the Attorney General of India, Mukul Rohatgi, saw the catch dismissing his clients from the main playing field of BCCI as a no-ball.
Veteran cricket administrator IS Bindra on Friday said the mess created by BCCI mandarins has disturbed his sleep and he is finding it difficult to come to terms with the fact that a Supreme Court-appointed panel of administrators could soon run the Board.
All affected parties; BCCI, state units, their erstwhile administrators, other sports’ associations, office-bearers and fans would be keenly watching how the Supreme Court announcement pans out.
Four units of BCCI -- Hyderabad, Tamil Nadu, Goa and Madhya Pradesh -- have filed separate pleas in the Supreme Court asking directions on its 3 January verdict, which disqualifies any office-bearer which has completed nine years in state administration.
DDCA called an emergent meeting of its directors where nine out of the 17 signed in favour of forming an interim committee, to implement the Lodha reforms.
Questioning Lodha Committee's fresh clarifications, Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) legal advisor Ushanath Banerjee on Friday pleaded for a review,