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Srini apologises to SC for chairing BCCI meeting on Feb 8
Hindustan Times

N Srinivasan sorry in Supreme Court, won't chair AGM

N Srinivasan tendered an unconditional apology on Friday in the Supreme Court for chairing the working committee meeting of the BCCI as its president on February 8 and fixing the date of elections and annual general body meeting for Asian Age, 5 days ago
BCCI AGM to be held on Monday Smart Investor, 4 days ago
All eyes on BCCI AGM in Chennai News Today, 4 days ago

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Hindustan Times

SC expresses displeasure over Srinivasan taking part in BCCI meet

The Supreme Court Monday expressed strong displeasure against N Srinivasan for presiding over the BCCIs working committee to decide the date for the cricket bodys polls and clarified that he cannot contest the elections until Justice RM Lodha panel submitted ...
 Hindustan Times14 hours ago PTI - SC-BCCI - SC comes down heavily on Srini for taking part in BCCI meeting  Namibia Press Agency1 week ago Apex court chides Srinivasan for taking part in BCCI meet  Hindu Business Line1 week ago SC acts tough with Srini for taking part in BCCI meet  Economic Times1 week ago
Deccan Chronicle

SC upset with N Srinivasan, questions him chairing BCCI meet despite

The Supreme Court on Monday expressed its unhappiness against N Srinivasan for presiding over a working committee meeting on February 8 contrary to the apex court ruling disqualifying him from participating in any Board meetings..(Photo: AFP/ File) ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 week ago


BCCI planninglegal recourse Chennai: The BCCI working committee members were unanimous in their opinion that a legal recourse must be planned against Cricket Association of Bihar secretary Aditya Verma for spreading baseless rumours against ...
 Calcutta Telegraph3 weeks ago BCCI plans vendetta on Aditya Verma  24Dunia3 weeks ago Srinivasan did most of the talking at BCCI meeting in Chennai  Rediff.com3 weeks ago BCCI plans legal recourse against Verma  Press Trust of India3 weeks ago
IndiaTV News

Verma sends legal notice to all BCCI Working Committee members

sociation of Bihar President Aditya Verma today sent legal contempt notice to all the BCCI members, including N Srinivasan, who took part in the Board's Working Committee Meeting held in Chennai on February 8. Verma, who was a petitioner in the IPL ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago Bihar Cricket Body accuses BCCI of allowing N Srinivasan chair a meet  Economic Times2 weeks ago Aditya Verma sends legal notice to all BCCI Working Committee members  IndiaTV News2 weeks ago
The Assam Tribune

SC tells Srinivasan to keep away from BCCI working committee

In another difficult day for side-stepped BCCI president N. Srinivasan, the Supreme Court Monday questioned his intention, asking why he was adopting a detour to attend the cricketing body's working committee meeting after stating his desire to keep himself ...
 Prokerala2 months ago SC tells Srinivasan to maintain distance from BCCI working committee  Nerve2 months ago SC to Srinivasan: Keep away from BCCI WC  The Assam Tribune2 months ago SC to Srinivasan: Who will punish Gurunath Meiyapan?  One India2 months ago
Mid Day

Sourav Ganguly hails return of Jagmohan Dalmiya as BCCI President

There were reports about Dalmiya's desire for Ganguly to head the BCCI technical committee but the former skipper refused to comment of the issue. Jagmohan Dalmiya (File photo) Former India captain Sourav Ganguly on Tuesday hailed the ...
 DNA India2 days ago Why Is Sourav Ganguly Happy With A BCCI President From Bengal  Indiatimes11 hours ago Sourav Ganguly hails Joagmohan Dalmiya's return as BCCI chief  Mid Day1 day ago CAB wants World T20 final at Eden Gardens  Calcutta Telegraph1 day ago
India TV

Srinivasan committed contempt of court by attending BCCI AGM: Mehmood Abdi

Mehmood Abdi has alleged that N Srinivasan committed contempt of court by participating in the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the BCCI at a city hotel here today. Abdi, the permanent representative of RCA in BCCI, claimed that despite being asked ...
 India TV3 days ago Abdi claims Srinivasan faces contempt of court  Times of India3 days ago Mehmood Abdi Claims Srinivasan Faces Contempt of Court  Outlook India3 days ago Mehmood Abdi claims N Srinivasan faces contempt of court  ZeeNews.com3 days ago

Modi set to get life ban at BCCI SGM

BCCI in all likelihood will impose a life ban on former IPL commissioner and its vice-president Lalit Modi at a Special General Meeting (SGM) to be convened in Chennai on September 25.A senior BCCI official on Tuesday informed that the contents of ...
 24Dunia2 weeks ago

SC asks Judges Committee to make recommendations on BCCI

India | New Delhi January 22, 2015 Last Updated at 22:10 IST Supreme Court today asked its newly-appointed committee headed by former CJI R M Lodha to examine and make recommendations on the following aspects: (i) Amendments considered necessary to ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago Supreme Court asks Judges Committee to make ...  Firstpost.com1 month ago
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