Being an outlier as a player doesn't guarantee success as an administrator of a complex organisation like BCCI
How can the cricketing greats have the varied skills and expertise needed to manage an organisation, like BCCI, with complex issues?
BCCI AGM: Sourav Ganguly-led Indian board attempts to return to 'old times' while ignoring important cricketing issues
The important cricketing issues could have been dealt with in the BCCI AGM. But the entire focus was on building consensus for amendments subject to SC approval.
BCCI AGM: Modification of Lodha reforms, appointment of CAC top agenda for first meeting under new president Sourav Ganguly
Sourav Ganguly's current nine-month stint as president will get an extension if the BCCI dilutes the specific reform on tenure-cap as mandated by the SC-appointed Lodha Committee.
Rajat Sharma says he wanted to send a message to all stakeholders after stepping down as DDCA president
Rajat Sharma on Saturday said the Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA) remains a hotbed of petty corruption and through his resignation from the post of president, he wanted to send out a strong warning to the stakeholders.
BCCI's proposed constitutional amendment under Sourav Ganguly, to weaken Lodha reforms, reeks of governing body's self-serving attitude
BCCI members’ attempt to change the new rules within weeks of taking charge smacks of disdain and an amazing sense of righteousness. Pointedly, this is exactly how BCCI office-bearers of yore would have behaved. So what has changed, really?
If BCCI changes reformed constitution, it would be ridiculing Supreme Cout: Lodha panel secretary Gopal Sankaranarayanan
The most stunning amendments to BCCI constitution include altering the rules concerning the cooling-off period, relaxing various disqualification criteria and removing the need for any changes to the constitution needing approval from the Supreme Court.
ICA elections: Never imagined any woman cricketer will be part of male-dominated BCCI, says apex council member Shantha Rangaswamy
Former India captain Shantha Rangaswamy, who is set to be a part of the powerful nine-member BCCI apex council, says she never imagined that any woman cricketer will "storm the male bastion" that the Indian cricket board is.
Amicus Curiae Narsimha met representatives of various BCCI state units to discuss the multiple Interim Appeals (IA) before the Supreme Court hearing on Thursday. He is expected to submit a report on the matter on on Thursday.
The CoA wants to be sure that the key Lodha reforms have been incorporated in the MCA Constitution.
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.
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.
It has to be appreciated that the SC acted swiftly and directed the COA-run BCCI to release funds to HPCA and other associations, including those hosting IPL.
BCCI on Monday alleged in the Supreme Court that the Lodha panel was trying to "run cricket" in the country by giving directions regarding match schedule which was beyond its jurisdiction.
Drawing continuous flak from the SC for not implementing Lodha reforms, BCCI president Anurag Thakur said the state units are currently confused and need more clarity before complying.
Lack of proper authorisation letters or complete absence of such documents from several representatives of its affiliated units forced the BCCI to adjourn its SGM convened in Mumbai.
The BCCI is likely to remove senior national selectors Gagan Khoda and Jatin Paranjpe when the members meet for SGM, due to pressure from the Supreme Court.
The Supreme Court came down heavily on the BCCI, slamming them for not following the directives issued by Lodha committee, and adding that they "knew how to get their orders implemented.
The way things unfold in BCCI's handling of IPL broadcast rights saga will tell us if the Lodha reforms will actually become a landmark judgement it ought to be.
BCCI announced an open tender process for allocating the IPL global broadcasting rights, a move that conforms to the Lodha Panel recommendations on transparency.
In an escalation of their confrontation, the ICC disclosed that it has refused to bail out the BCCI in its tussle with the Lodha Committee over implementing the reforms.