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Need more clarity on media rights: Lodha panel tells BCCI
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IPL media rights process put off amid BCCI vs Lodha rift

14 minutes ago, India Newzstreet Media The Board of Control for Cricket in India have decided to indefinitely defer the awarding of its global media rights which was scheduled for Tuesday, as Justice Lodha Committee is yet to appoint an ... Yahoo! India, 5 hours ago
BCCI points to panel for delay in IPL bid HT Syndication, 13 hours ago

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Lodha panel puts BCCI on the back foot, board stalls tender process for IPL broadcast rights

The order that is referred to in the email sent by Lodha committee to BCCI said that the board could not enter into any contracts above a monetary ceiling fixed by the committee. THE LODHA committee seems to have hit the Board of Control for Cricket ...
 Indian Express10 hours ago Lodha panel puts foot down on IPL rights  Asian Age20 hours ago
The Telegraph

India ODI squad unchanged

ng a 2-1 lead in the five-match One-Day International (ODI) series against New Zealand, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Monday retained the same squad for the remaining two matches of the rubber. Senior batsman Suresh Raina, ...
 New Delhi Pioneer18 hours ago Suresh Raina ruled out, unchanged squad for last two ODIs  Sify1 day ago BCCI retains same squad for remaining New Zealand ODIs  Business Standard1 day ago India retain same squad for last 2 ODIs against NZ; Suresh Raina ruled out  Oneindia1 day ago
The Telegraph

Screws are tightened on Board

The Supreme Court-appointed Justice Rajendra Mal Lodha committee shot an email to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), seeking a letter of compliance from the cricket body regarding the apex court's October 21 order before the committee "proceeds ...
 The Telegraph17 hours ago Second set of timelines for the Board  The Telegraph1 month ago Board to discuss T20I meet  The Telegraph2 months ago

SC blocks fund use as BCCI refuses to implement Lodha reforms

The Supreme Court on Friday ordered a freeze on the fund flows from the Board of Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) even as the board stood defiant in its resolve not to implement the recommendations of the Justice (retd) Lodha Panel. The apex ...
 Domain-B4 days ago SC asks to cap higher monetary value for BCCI's contracts  United News of India4 days ago Mumbai cricket body seeks clarity from SC on some Lodha panel reforms  HT Syndication5 days ago BCCI v Lodha: Board's top brass survives as SC reserves order  Economic Times1 week ago

Under-fire BCCI unlikely to get independent auditor before IPL bidding on October 25

New Delhi: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), eagerly awaiting a response from the Justice RM Lodha panel on the appointment of an independent auditor , may not get one on October 25 as the three-member committee is not meeting on ...
 ZeeNews.com2 days ago IPL broadcast rights bidding may be deferred  Rediff.com2 days ago Right now 'if' factor is at play  The Telegraph3 weeks ago Light on Test experience,panel has a point to prove  The Telegraph1 month ago

Lodha panel snatches financial powers from BCCI: It's time for Anurag Thakur & Co to fall in line

New Delhi, Oct 21: Supreme Court on Friday orderedthe Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) not todisburse any funds to its state affiliates and handed over the financial powers to the Justice Lodha Committee. In a major blow to the BCCI, the ...
 India.com4 days ago Anurag Thakur drops hints of 'falling in line' with Lodha Panel  DNA India1 week ago

India vs New Zealand: Ajinkya Rahane, Rohit Sharma visit army base on eve of second ODI

New Delhi: Cricketers Ajinkya Rahane, Rohit Sharma, Kedar Jadhav and Manish Pandey along with Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) chief Anurag Thakur visited the headquarter of the 124 Sikh Battalion Territorial Army here on Wednesday. ...
 Firstpost.com5 days ago Team India visits Army camp ahead of Kotla ODI  Sify5 days ago Indian cricketers visit territorial army camp  Yahoo! India6 days ago
The Telegraph

Shirke bans mobiles, so no 'breaking news'

In not wanting leaks during the Board of Control for Cricket in India's meetings, secretary Ajay Shirke has made it mandatory for fellow-officials and representatives of affiliates to place their mobile phones in a tray before the chair convenes the meetings.
 The Telegraph1 week ago RCA not invited, says BCCI secretary Shirke  The Telegraph1 week ago Board keen to explore legal options  The Telegraph1 month ago BCCI: Manava Sri Kanth Prasad is new chairman of selectors; Ajay Shirke retains Secretary post  catchnews.com1 month ago
Times of India

Twitter India joins IPL race

MUMBAI: Micro-blogging social network Twitter is bidding for the digital rights for Indian Premier League, the Board of Control of Cricket in India's marquee event, joining a raft of corporate heavyweights from broadcasters to telecom behemoths. ...
 Times of India1 week ago Twitter joins race for IPL digital rights  Economic Times1 week ago IPL: TV, digital media rights up for grabs  The Hindu1 month ago
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