Sheldon Jackson says a 1000-run season with Puducherry could get more attention than what he did at Saurashtra
Having represented Saurashtra across age groups over an 18-year period, Jackson said it was time to explore new avenues as a professional cricketer.
The BCCI in all these years has believed that Manohar orchestrated move was to dismantle the 'Big Three' model where England, Australia and India shared the larger pie of the revenue.
Former Maharashtra Cricket Association president Abhay Apte feels state associations have found way to bypass Lodha Committee reforms
The Lodha Committee's reforms for Indian cricket had suggested 'no concentration of power and no multiple terms' but the tenet isn't being followed in practice
Saurashtra Premier League: Cheteshwar Pujara to play for Team Zalawad Royals in tournament's inaugural edition
India's premier Test batsman Cheteshwar Pujara will play for Team Zalawad Royals in the inaugural Saurashtra Premier League, it was announced on Thursday.
India vs West Indies: Only 10 percent of tickets for Rajkot Test sold, reveals Saurashtra Cricket Association
Saurashtra Cricket Association has even distributed the tickets to players, men and women, in all districts of the region to boost attendance at Rajkot.
India vs West Indies: Saurashtra Cricket Association unhappy with BCCI curators taking charge for Rajkot Test
Saurashtra Cricket Association (SCA) is upset at BCCI's decision to send its own curators for pitch preparation ahead of the first Test starting in Rajkot on Thursday even though the parent's body move is considered 'standard practice'.
Former BCCI secretary Niranjan Shah welcomes advisory sent to state associations on hosting T20 tournaments
Niranjan Shah said, "The general body had gone into the issue of the state associations-organised T20 tournaments and had deliberated on the issue in detail laying down guidelines for the organisation of such tournaments with a specific focus on anti-corruption protocols."
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.
Rise and fall of Lalit Modi: From creating IPL, facing financial woes to finally quitting cricket administration
Lalit Modi's fall is a reminder to everyone that nobody can be bigger than the institution and that everyone has to follow rules and procedure
Supreme Court prohibits N Srinivasan, Niranjan Shah from attending BCCI's special general body meeting
The apex court has also made it clear that only the office bearers of the state associations can attend the special general body meeting
The apex court had on 7 July directed former BCCI President Anurag Thakur to file an unconditional and unequivocal apology by 14 July and had warned of contempt proceedings if he did not comply.
The bench said it will decide the matter on the next date of the hearing and sought the replies from Srinivasan and Shah on the objections raised by CoA in their report.
In a scathing status report, the CoA described N Srinivasan and Niranjan Shah as 'disqualified office bearers with vested interest', who are trying to stall implementation of Lodha reforms
BCCI acting president Khanna wrote to acting Secretary Amitabh Chaudhary, asking him to take appropriate steps going by the book.
The BCCI committee on Lodha reforms on Saturday included demarcation of functions performed by honorary office-bearers and paid professionals to the list of reservations it has about the implementation of the Supreme Court order.
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".
BCCI officials should be allowed to work past age of 70 if Indian president can do so, says Niranjan Shah
Shah not only has objection to the proposed 70-year age- cap, his biggest issue is with one-state one vote which directly impacts his state body, the Saurashtra Cricket Association (SCA).
The BCCI on Wednesday in a surprise move decided to include former Saurashtra Cricket Association (SCA) president Niranjan Shah as 'Special Invitee' in the newly formed committee which will study the Lodha Panel Reforms.
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.
The SC said former BCCI president Srinivasan cannot represent the board in ICC meeting as he has been held guilty of "conflict of interest" and "abuse of authority".