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Cricket board won't go down without a fight
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Cricket board won't go down without a fight

Finally, the gloves are off. The Indian cricket board is taking on the Justice Rajendra Mal Lodha Committee head on, questioning in the Supreme Court quite a few recommendations and the difficulty in implementing them without compromising its ... Yahoo! India, 3 weeks ago
Mumbai take on Pune in IPL 2016 opener MSN News US, 1 month ago
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BCCI wants Rahul Dravid as Team India coach

Image Courtesy: BCCI The Board of Control for Cricket in India has expressed its intention to appoint former India captain Rahul Dravid as Team India coach. According to a Times of India report, the Indian cricket board's advisory committee, comprising of ...
 Sify1 month ago Writing on the Wall? BCCI committee comprising Laxman, Sachin and Sourav want Dravid to be head coach  DNA India1 month ago Dravid may become Team India head coach  Gulf News1 month ago BCCI committee comprising Laxman, Sachin and Sourav keen to rope in Dravid to coach India  HT Syndication1 month ago

Being targetted by Supreme Court, money distribution not our fault: Senior BCCI official

The Supreme Court (SC) has lashed out at the Board of Cricket Control of India (BCCI) for opposing the Lodha Committee recommendations. Apart from citing financial nuances, it also emphasised on the lack of responsibility it has shown towards ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago
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SC Slams BCCI for Its 'Discriminative' Policies

New Delhi: The Supreme Court of India on Monday pulled up Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) for "monopolizing" cricket in the country and said several youngsters wanting to be Dhonis and Kohlis are not given equal opportunity if they are ...
 IBNLive1 week ago BCCI subject to rule of law, SC told by Cricket Association of Bihar  DNA India1 day ago Be objective, transparent for aspiring youngsters: SC tells BCCI  ProKerala.com1 week ago Supreme Court slams BCCI for its 'discriminative' policies  MSN News US1 week ago
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Supreme Court furious with BCCI yet again. Find out what happened

The Supreme Court today blasted the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) for running a prohibitory regime across India. The Supreme Court today pulled up BCCI for "monopolising" cricket in the country and said several youngsters ...
 India Today1 week ago Parliament free to take over BCCI functions: SC  New Delhi Pioneer3 weeks ago Why can't the public function of BCCI be taken up by Parliament?, asks SC  Rediff.com3 weeks ago Supreme Court tells BCCI to be accountable, transparent  India Today3 weeks ago
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SC raps BCCI for monopolisingcricket

The Supreme Court on Monday took exception to the Board of Control for Cricket in India's monopoly and prohibitory regime in cricket and appointed senior advocate Gopal Subramanium as amicus curiae to guide the implementation of RM Lodha panel's ...
 Yahoo! India1 week ago Supreme Court accuses BCCI of monopolising cricket in the country  Cricbuzz.com1 week ago Can't government take over cricketing activities of BCCI?, asks Supreme Court  Cricbuzz.com3 weeks ago Supreme Court comes down hard on MCA, CCI  MSN News US3 weeks ago

Supreme Court rejects BCCI's claim to act as an association

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Monday rejected the Board of Control for Cricket in India's claim to act as an association, saying the board cannot be a monopoly which holds full sway over the game of cricket and at the same time claim the right to ...
 Economic Times1 week ago BCCI can't claim to act as an association, says the Supreme Court of India  Business Insider India1 week ago
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Who Is Rahul Johri And Why He Has Been Made The BCCI CEO

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) announced the appointment of Rahul Johri as its Chief Executive Officer (CEO), a development that culminated a two-month process which started with the hiring of Mumbai-based head-hunting firm Korn ...
 Indiatimes2 weeks ago Johri ready for new challenge  AhmedabadMirror.com2 weeks ago BCCI Names Ex-Discovery Networks' Rahul Johri As CEO  Businessworld India2 weeks ago BCCI GETS A NEW BOSS  Pune Mirror2 weeks ago
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One-State, One-Vote Policy in Board of Control for Cricket in India Will Lead to Much Politics: Supreme Court Told

Board of Control for Cricket in India has come under fire from Supreme Court for refusing to implement Lodha Panel recommendations. AFP Highlights New Delhi: The Supreme Court was on Monday told that the Justice RM Lodha committee's ...
 NDTV2 weeks ago One-State, One-Vote Policy in BCCI Will Lead to Much Politics: SC Told  NDTV2 weeks ago
International Business Times UK

India cricket team players want Ravi Shastri back at thehelm

Some of the senior Indian players have requested the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) that Ravi Shastri continue to be in charge of the team. Shastri's contract as Team Director was till the end of the World T20, but it could come up for ...
 Yahoo! India3 weeks ago Money matters  D+C - Development And Cooperation1 week ago Indian cricket team players want Ravi Shastri to continue to be in charge  International Business Times UK3 weeks ago
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