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Working Committee Set to Question Yadav and Co
New Indian Express

BCCI wants Sachin, Sourav, Dravid as advisors: Report

NEW DELHI: In its working committee meet on Sunday, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has reportedly discussed the possibility of appointing Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly and Rahul Dravid as advisors on cricketing matters. The ... Times of India, 3 weeks ago
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It's either BCCI or CSK, SC tells Srinivasan

Provided by Wisden The Supreme Court has asked N Srinivasan to choose between the Board of Control for Cricket in India and Chennai Super Kings. The Supreme Court has asked N Srinivasan to choose between the Board of Control for Cricket in ...
 MSN News US3 weeks ago BCCI calls Emergent WC meeting on Tuesday  MSN News US2 weeks ago Team India's coach job in focus at BCCI's Working Committee meet  IBNLive India News3 weeks ago BCCI to seek legal opinion on CSK imbroglio  MSN News US3 weeks ago
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Rohit: Am honoured

Mumbai: Rohit Sharma on Monday is delighted that the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has decided to recommend his name for the Arjuna Award and said he is "honoured". "I feel very happy. I am honoured that BCCI has recommended my ...
 Calcutta Telegraph3 weeks ago Sharma is honoured to be nominated for Arjuna  Oman Tribune3 weeks ago BCCI to nominate Rohit Sharma for Arjuna award  DNA India3 weeks ago Rohit Sharma recommended for Arjuna Award  Oneindia3 weeks ago
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Tendulkar, Dravid, Ganguly to advise BCCI in finding new India coach

Zee Media Bureau New Delhi: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) in its working Committee meeting on Sunday have authorised Jagmohan Dalmiya and Anurag Thakur to identify a coach and support staff for
 ZeeNews.com3 weeks ago BCCI authorise Dalmiya, Thakur to identify coach, support staff for Team India  Zee News3 weeks ago BCCI wants Tendulkar, Dravid and Ganguly as cricket advisors  IBNLive India News3 weeks ago BCCI wants Sachin, Dravid and Ganguly as cricket advisors  MSN News US3 weeks ago
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IPL COO's presence in WC meeting raises eyebrows

Sharad Pawar was a notable absentee at Sunday's working committee meeting of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), but present throughout was Sundar Raman, controversial COO of the IPL. Raman, it may be recalled, is being investigated by a Supreme ...
 The Telegraph3 weeks ago Heat and dust over CSK devaluation on cards  Cricbuzz.com3 weeks ago New BCCI regime to hold working committee meeting on April 14-15  Times of India1 month ago
New Indian Express

Sparks Fly at BCCI Meet on Rs 5 Lakh CSK

CHENNAI: The first working committee meeting of the newly-elected Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Sunday went on expected lines. The board members, meeting in Kolkata, unanimously agreed to seek legal opinion on the valuation of the ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago
DNA India

Working committee to decide on CSK valuation

The Working Committee of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) will discuss the Chennai Super Kings team valuation issue as the BCCI members want to find out if it is rightly 'valued' at Rs 5 lakh. As briefly reported in this paper on ...
 Pune Mirror4 weeks ago Chennai Super Kings worth only Rs 5 lakh? BCCI doesn't think so  DNA India4 weeks ago CSK valuation issue to be discussed at BCCI WC meeting on 26 April  Livemint.com4 weeks ago
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Chennai Super Kings grossly undervalued

India Today CSK The Board of Control for Cricket in India's (BCCI) financial committee headed by Jyotiraditya Scindia slammed Chennai Super Kings' valuation of Rs 5 lakh and said that the franchise has cheated the board. During the meeting, ...
 MSN News US1 day ago BCCI financial panel cracks down on CSK for undervaluation  ZeeNews.com1 day ago BCCI's financial panel slams CSK, says team grossly undervalued  India Today1 day ago Cash-rich Champions League T20 to be scrapped?  Deccan Chronicle3 weeks ago
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Board of Control for Cricket in India's legal costs is Rs 56 crore in 2 yrs

New Delhi, May 21 (PTI) The BCCI expenditure on legal matters in the last two years went up to Rs 56 crore, it was disclosed at its finance committee meeting here today. It is learnt that due to the legal expenses skyrocketing in the past two ...
 Press Trust of India1 day ago
Oneindia

Panel proposes Ranji points system revamp

In a bid to encourage positive cricket, the technical committee of the Board of Control for Cricket in India has proposed a bonus point for teams scoring 300 runs in 85 overs in the Ranji Trophy. Awarding a bonus would result in doing away with the ...
 Asian Age3 days ago BCCI ponders changes to 'spice up' Ranji  Times of India3 days ago No points for inningsLead in Ranji Trophy  Calcutta Telegraph3 days ago BCCI committee proposes Ranji points revamp  MSN News US4 days ago
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