KWT Vs UAE | Final Feb 27, 2020
KWT 97/7 (20.0)
AUSW Vs BANW | Match 10 Feb 27, 2020
AUSW 108/0 (11.2)
Latest News on Vikramajit Sen
Showing of 0 - 10 from 7 results
Vikramajit Sen - Total results - 7
Jul 04, 2018
CoA chief Vinod Rai's 'intervention' in DDCA elections rankles BCCIBCCI has reacted sharply to Committee of Administrators (CoA) chief Vinod Rai's assertion that the recently-held Delhi and Districts Cricket Association (DDCA) elections could be annulled, saying that the CoA's attempts at stopping the polls have already been rejected by the Delhi High Court.
Jun 26, 2018
DDCA becomes first BCCI affiliated state cricket body to come under Right To Information actThe five member RTI cell of DDCA will be headed by Public Information Officer (PIO) Pradeep Kumar Banerjee. There will be two appellate authorities — the CEO, who is expected to be appointed after the elections and president of the executive committee.
Jun 26, 2018
Delhi High Court dismisses plea seeking stay on DDCA polls, says no reason to interject election processThe Delhi High Court has dismissed a plea seeking to stay the elections in cricketing body DDCA, saying it saw no reason to interject the poll process which was set in motion in May and culminating with the polls on 30 June
May 14, 2018
DDCA to hold election on 30 June; much-criticised proxy voting system abolishedThe Delhi & Districts Cricket Association (DDCA)'s election will be held on 30 June, without the much-criticised proxy voting system, as per the direction issued by administrator Justice Vikramajit Sen.
Jan 30, 2017
DDCA gets new administrator after Delhi HC appoints Justice Vikramjit Sen to the postDelhi High Court today appointed Justice (Rtd) Vikramajit Sen as the new administrator of DDCA, replacing retired Justice Mukul Mudgal who did not wish to continue in the post.
Jul 29, 2013
SC refuses to entertain PIL on food security ordinanceThe Supreme Court on Monday refused to entertain a PIL challenging the food security ordinance promulgated by the government three weeks ago.
Mar 29, 2012
News TV, it’s time to watch your backMore incidents similar to the Bengaluru one will see courts demanding action. Not on a case by case basis, but from a long-term perspective.