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Ridden by conflict of interest, BCCI lets fans down again
Hindustan Times

Ridden by conflict of interest, BCCI lets fans down again

The Board of Control for Cricket in India has had enough time to put its house in order. Its wizened administrators who never seem to fade away had ample opportunity to censor the likes of Raj Kundra and Gurunath Meiyappan. But they needed the court ... Hindustan Times, 1 week ago
Time for BCCI to put its house in order Hindustan Times, 1 week ago
Calcutta Telegraph

The Ashes and us

Watching the Ashes, live, makes you despair for Indian cricket. Here is the oldest rivalry in cricket, over-exposed to the point where one Ashes series seems to bleed into the next one without a break, and yet England and Australia manage to put on ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago

Swachch Cricket drive

BCCI must wake up now; else IPL is doomed The Supreme Court-appointed Justice RM Lodha committee has exposed, through its verdict on Tuesday, the deep rot that has set into the Indian Premier League and the Board of Control for Cricket in India, ...
 New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago

Restructuring of Indian cricket incomplete without Rahul Dravid's help: Dalmiya

BCCI president Jagmohan Dalmiya on Tuesday reiterated that former India captain Rahul Dravid is very much in the board's scheme of things and the country's cricket would be "incomplete" without the star batsman's contribution. BCCI ...
 DNA India1 month ago 'Restructuring incomplete without Dravid'  Rediff.com1 month ago Rahul Dravid Needed for Restructuring Indian Cricket: Jagmohan Dalmiya  NDTV1 month ago Indian cricket's restructuring will be incomplete without Rahul Dravid, says Jagmohan Dalmiya  Indian Express1 month ago

How Ravi Shastri became the Indian cricket board's go-to man

New Delhi: W hen in doubt, Ravi Shastri . Cliched as it sounds, it seems to be the buzzword in the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) circles. The former Indian captain has, over the years, emerged as the go-to man for the Indian ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago Just to have Ravi Shastri around the team is a massive boost, says Kohli  Firstpost.com1 month ago Just to have Shastri around the group is a massive boost for us: Kohli  Firstpost.com1 month ago Kohli backs \\'amazing\\' Ravis Shastri\\'s appointment  Frontier Post1 month ago

Cricket-Windies new youth policy exposed against Australia

12 minutes ago June 18 (Reuters) - Before their recent two-test series, West Indies chief selector Clive Lloyd said he wanted his young players to gain "exposure" and be "tested" against Australia. "Our aim is to continue to play our young ...
 Yahoo! UK and Ireland Eurosport1 month ago Cricket - Windies new youth policy exposed against Australia  Yahoo! UK and Ireland Eurosport1 month ago Windies new youth policy exposed against Australia  Yahoo! UK and Ireland1 month ago
Capital Bay

England women's cricket chief Clare Connor is silenced by ECB

The ECB did not want Clare Connor to contribute to a new film exposing flaws in the international game Sports agency recommended Trevor Bayliss to England before World Cup Former England bowler Monty Panesar turned out for Boris Johnson's XI By ...
 Capital Bay2 weeks ago

BCCI's stand justified

Court order vindicates Board's life ban on trio THE BCCI has stood firm in its stand that the life bans on Sreesanth, Ankeet Chavan and Ajit Chandila will not be revoked, and the Patiala House Court, which acquitted the three cricketers, has ...
 Yahoo! India2 days ago
Hindustan Times

Guilty! Why Sreesanth, Chandila, Chavan are cricket's culprits

It may not be misplaced to describe the latest round of the spot-fixing saga — the curious case of S Sreesanth, Indian criminal laws and his acquittal — as some sort of a joke being played on the lovers of sport. The immediate reaction to ...
 Hindustan Times4 days ago
Bangalore Mirror

Not by chance

Cricket by chance, is an age-old adage. But the Delhi MCOCA court judgment on 2013-IPL spot-fixing scandal, has turn ed it on its head. While discharging the acts of S Sreesanth, An keet Chavan and Ajit Chandila in the 2013-IPL spot-fixing scan dal, ...
 Mumbai Mirror4 days ago Out of the rule  Bangalore Mirror5 days ago
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