Former India captain Mohammad Azharuddin's nomination paper for the post of Hyderabad Cricket Association (HCA) president was rejected on Saturday by the returning officer.
Questioning Lodha Committee's fresh clarifications, Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) legal advisor Ushanath Banerjee on Friday pleaded for a review,
Sourav Ganguly today said that he has not thought about his future plan as yet after the Lodha Panel made it clear that he will have to serve a compulsory 'cooling off' period of three years after June if he wants to become an office bearer of the BCCI or the state units.
Jatin Paranjpe and Gagan Khoda have been removed from the Board of Control for Cricket in India's (BCCI) senior selection panel,
Former India captain Mohammad Azharuddin on Tuesday filed his nomination papers for Hyderabad Cricket Association president's post after incumbent Arshad Ayub quit office following the Supreme Court verdict on Lodha committee reforms.
Jatin Paranjpe and Gagan Khoda are set to be removed from the BCCI senior selection panel after the Board was clearly told to trim to the panel to three members in place of five, as recommended by the Supreme Court-appointed Lodha Committee.
Former India cricketer Chetan Sharma on Saturday called the Haryana Cricket Association (HCA) a family-run "private limited" and said he was ready to administer the sport in the northern state.
The BCCI continued to show defiance despite a clear verdict from the Supreme Court and needed a written directive from the Lodha Panel to go ahead with its selection committee meeting, which was delayed by three hours on technical grounds.
Veteran administrator Niranjan Shah, who has ruled Saurashtra cricket for over four decades, says he is as good as out of the state body post the Supreme Court's latest order on the implementation of Lodha reforms in Indian cricket.
After SC removed Anurag Thakur as BCCI President, Karnataka State Cricket Association office-bearers Brijesh Patel, two others tendered their resignations.
Former Indian captain and CAB president Sourav Ganguly denied he's a frontrunner to become the Board president after the latest turn of events at the BCCI.
The national cricket selection panel is set to shrink in the wake of Supreme Court's order to implement the Lodha Committee reforms.
With the decision announcing Thakur’s successor is impending, it would be a good time to take a closer look at the five BCCI vice presidents in the running
Acknowledging the little inclination on BCCI’s part to follow the orders issued in toto, the SC decided on Monday that its patience could not grow thinner.
The Aam Aadmi Party said Congress and BJP top leaderships should issue diktats making it clear that no one from its ranks should run for positions in sports bodies.
Sports Minister Vijay Goel on Monday refused to comment of Supreme Court's sacking of BCCI President Anurag Thakur, saying that the government was not party to the case and his ministry will not come between the top court and the cricket body.
Anurag Thakur’s premature expulsion is a landmark for Indian cricket as he is hoped to be the last administrator from an era which had stalwarts such as N Srinivasan and Sharad Pawar.
The Supreme Court judgement on BCCI vs Lodha panel will sort out the mess in sports once and for all, and hopefully other federations will have to follow soon.
Anurag Thakur took to Twitter to respond to his sacking where he reiterated his commitment towards the best of Indian cricket and autonomy of Indian sports.
BCCI's senior VP Gokaraju Ganga Raju says his state association will implement Lodha reforms immediately
Rattled after the Supreme Court removed both the BCCI President and Secretary, the Board's senior vice President Gokaraju Ganga Raju on Monday made it clear that his association Andhra CA will implement Lodha Reforms with immediate effect.