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Centre speaking in two voices over sports reforms?

Centre speaking in two voices over sports reforms?

When Attorney Genral of India Mukul Rohtagi entered court number 2 of the Supreme Court for a hearing on the Lodha Reforms for cricket, it surprised many regulars in the crowded court room including the litigant Cricket Association of Bihar's legal ... TheWeek, 3 hours ago
SC ready for debate The Hindu, 18 hours ago

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Govt opposes Lodha reforms, seeks recall of SC order

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), along with the union government, made a fresh attempt to get the Supreme Court order on cricket reforms recalled. The union government, on Friday, opposed the Justice Lodha Committee reforms in ...
 TheWeek1 day ago BCCI vs Lodha panel: Attorney General urges SC to recall order  Rediff.com1 day ago India cricket news: BCCI will move swiftly after Supreme Court appoints new administrators, says RM Lodha  International Business Times India4 days ago Lodha effect: Three Gujarat Cricket Association office bearers resign  Indian Express5 days ago
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BCCI v/s Lodha: SC clarification on tenure offers lifeline to many 'disqualified' members

Names of members of the proposed panel to run the administration of cash-rich BCCI would be decided on January 24 by the Supreme Court, which gave a ray of hope to some disqualified administrators modifying its earlier order that debarred a person ...
 DNA India1 day ago Supreme Court To Name BCCI Administration, Modifies Order On Disqualification  Businessworld India1 day ago Supreme Court Modifies Order On Disqualification, To Name BCCI Admininstrators  Outlook India1 day ago SC to name BCCI admins, modifies order on disqualification  Afternoon Despatch & Courier12 hours ago
DNA India

Lodha panel wants BCCI to reduce their selection committee to three members; only ex-Test players to select Irani Team

The decision was taken at a meeting of the three member committee-former Chief Justice of India R.M. Lodha, former Justices Ashok Bhan and RV Raveendran. ANI | Last Updated: Thursday, January 12, 2017 - 13:10 New Delhi: Justice (Retd.) R.M Lodha-led Committee ...
 Zee News1 week ago Lodha Committee makes it clear, only Test cricketers can be national selectors  DNA India1 week ago Lodha panel wants ex-Test players to select Irani Team  Yahoo! India1 week ago 22 BCCI members set to approach Lodha tomorrow  New Indian Express1 week ago
Sunday Guardian Live

Lodha brings game of tainted BCCI officials to an end

R.M. Lodha. The R.M. Lodha Committee's cleansing of the tainted BCCI officials continues unabated. The R.M. Lodha Committee's cleansing of the tainted BCCI officials continues unabated. On Thursday, the committee clarified that not only ...
 Sunday Guardian Live1 week ago Game over for disqualified BCCI officials insists Lodha panel  Weekly Voice1 week ago Disqualified officials' BCCI stint over, insists Lodha panel  News Track India1 week ago Thakur, Shirke cannot discharge any role in cricket: Lodha  TheWeek1 week ago

Gopal Sankaranarayanan: The lawyer on a mission to weed out politics from cricket

Gopal Sankaranarayanan, the 40-year-old Lodha panel secretary chanced upon the position with the potential to frame India's most-watched sport's policy New Delhi: Three years after the Supreme Court flagged off an overhaul of India's apex cricket ...
 Livemint.com6 days ago Sack 70-year-old cricket bosses, says Lodha panel  The Hindu2 months ago

Things to Move Fast at BCCI Under Supreme Court Administrators: Lodha

Image credit: . Mumbai: Former Chief Justice of India R M Lodha, who recommended overhaul of the cricket governance in India, on Monday said things would move fast in the BCCI after the newly-appointed administrators take charge after January ...
 IBNLive5 days ago RM Lodha feels things will move fast at BCCI under Supreme Court administrators  India.com5 days ago Things to move faster at BCCI under SC administrators, says RM Lodha  ZeeNews.com5 days ago

The infusion of new blood brings new ideas, says Justice Lodha

The chairman of the three-member Supreme Court Committee that recommended radical reforms in cricket, former Chief Justice of India (CJI) R.M. Lodha is confident that the changes will take place at the Board of Control for Cricket in India and at ...
 The Hindu5 days ago

Ranade pleads for more FC cricketers to be made members of MCA

Former Maharashtra cricketer Madhav Ranade has congratulated Justice R.M. Lodha and his committee for making radical recommendations to cleanse cricket in the country and thanked the Supreme Court for accepting the recommendations.
 The Hindu1 week ago

Lodha's 'Captain D' and Dhoni's resignation

A potential conflict of interest situation could have played in Dhoni's mind when he decided to quit, report Sai Manish and N Sundaresha Subramanian. Fans, former players and the cricket community have been raving about Mahendra Singh Dhoni's decision to step down as captain of the limited overs team. Some have wondered why, while others have said the question should be why not. Dhoni's nature of putting team before self, that has been the hallmark of his decade-old captaincy, sure played a big ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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