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.
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.
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.
CoA completes two years: Indian cricket and BCCI in crisis owing to chaos, controversies and mismanagement
CoA chief Vinod Rai, who had stated that he would complete his job of getting the BCCI and its affiliated units to accept the Lodha panel reforms and implement them by October 2017 has been found wanting.
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.
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 MCA, which is yet to implement the Lodha panel reforms, had recently faced the wrath of the Bombay High Court.
BCCI acting secretary Amitabh Chaudhary extends Ratnakar Shetty's stay as GM for three months without CoA's consent
The CoA had turned down acting secretary Chaudhary's request of granting extension to Ratnakar Shetty, who has been associated with board for over three decades.
The Justice Lodha panel had recommended a slew of structural reforms in the BCCI, which were approved by the Supreme Court.
The Committee of Administrators (CoA) has instructed all the state units to sign a draft resolution prepared by them in order to get funds for hosting India's international matches this season.
NCA chief Niranjan Shah protests against BCCI over academy meeting being scheduled without his knowledge
The BCCI has scheduled a sub-committee meeting of the National Cricket Academy (NCA) in New Delhi on Friday without informing its chairman Niranjan Shah, who in turn shot off a letter to acting secretary Amitabh Chaudhary.
Vinod Rai says COA has completed work on BCCI's draft constitution, will submit it to SC before next hearing
However, a senior BCCI official on conditions of anonymity said that the report will be submitted to the apex court by Monday.
BCCI releases first ever handbook to help players deal with issues ranging from money to injury management
The document will be the official handbook for all the cricketers registered with the BCCI.
In its fifth Status Report submitted to the Supreme Court, the COA has also sought the removal BCCI acting president CK Khanna, secretary Amitabh Choudhary and treasurer Aniruddh Chaudhry for non-compliance
Lodha committee wants Sunil Gavaskar and other BCCI commentators to sign undertaking to avoid conflict of interest
Sunil Gavaskar's relationship with a player's management firm was earlier brought into light by Ramchandra Guha in his letter after resignation from CoA.
The BCCI on Wednesday adopted Lodha panel reforms partially, rejecting all major recommendations on good governance including age cap, tenure and cooling-off period at its Special General Meeting (SGM) in New Delhi on Wednesday.
The BCCI's acting secretary Amitabh Chaudhary said that they will have another meeting in Mumbai on 7 July, the second and last of this committee during which they will try to "bring down the gamut of difficulties to three or four".