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BCCI acting chief CK Khanna's visit augurs well for faction-ridden Rajasthan Cricket Association
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BCCI acting chief CK Khanna's visit augurs well for faction-ri...

The visit of Board of Control for Cricket in India's (BCCI) acting president CK Khanna and Rajasthan Royals’ owner Manoj Badale augurs well for the faction-ridden Rajasthan Cricket Association (RCA). If Khanna had come to mend differences between the ... DNA, 1 week ago
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50 crore windfall for North Eastern states as BCCI approves funding

The Finance Committee of the Board of Control for Cricket in India decided to allocate a fund of Rs 50 crore for infrastructure development of the North Eastern states, informed Cricket Association of Bengal joint secretary Avishek Dalmiya, who also heads the New Area Development Programme (NADP).It is learnt that the proposal was mooted by BCCI treasurer Aniruddh Chaudhry to create a fund for the NE development and was unanimously agreed by the members including finance committee chairman ...
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SC issues show cause notice to top BCCI office bearers over delay implementing in Lodha reforms

The Supreme Court on Wednesday issued show cause notice to senior Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) officials, including acting secretary Amitabh Choudhary, acting president CK Khanna and treasurer Anirudh Chaudhary and has asked them to explain ...
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BCCI-COA meet: Selectors rewarded; general body to decide on Olympics

India's participation in Olympics will be decided only by the general body of the Board of Control for Cricket in India, which in all likelihood won't change its present stance of not taking part as they don't want to follow the Olympic charter.A decision in this regard was taken during a meeting between BCCI's office bearers and the Committee of Administrators (COA), where they also decided to award Rs. 15 lakh each to members of the men's and women's selection committee."The matter (Olympics ...
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'Women's cricket is here to stay; BCCI has also realised it'

Ratnakar Shetty pointed out that the International Cricket Council is streamlining the cricket calendar for women to ensure there are more international games. Rediff.com's Harish Kotian listens in. IMAGE: ‘Girls like Mithali Raj became household names’ . Photograph: Twitter India may have lost in the final at the Women’s ODI World Cup in England earlier this year, but the team’s excellent showing in the tournament was a huge fillip for the sport in the ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Post World Cup heroics, BCCI mulling pay hike for Indian women cricketers  catchnews.com2 months ago Post World Cup hype, BCCI yet to decide on women team's next fixture  DNA2 months ago
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BCCI administrators restore Duleep Trophy after Ganguly letter

IMAGE: Former India captain Sourav Ganguly. Photograph: BCCI. The Committee of Administrators (COA) on Tuesday instructed Board of Control for Cricket in India not to scrap the Duleep Trophy from the domestic calendar after the tournament was removed, keeping technical committee chairman Sourav Ganguly in dark. "The Duleep Trophy has been restored. It will be held and logistics will be worked out. We have told BCCI not to scrap it. It should be there. It is a very prestigious tournament and ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago COA restores Duleep Trophy after Ganguly letter  Sify1 month ago

Close-in: BCCI vs Supreme Court

The Indian cricket fraternity was anxiously waiting on August 23, 2017, for a concrete direction and order from the Supreme Court of India (SC) regarding the issues concerning the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). The Committee of Administrators ...
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My dream is to play 2019 World Cup: Sreesanth

India discard pacer S Sreesanth dreams of representing the national team once again after the Kerala High Court revoked the lite term ban imposed by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). Sreesanth was allegedly found to have been involved in ...
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Favouritism, biases & politics: Here's what is plaguing cricket in Kashmir

Kashmir Valley is perhaps the only place on earth where a gentleman’s game is run in a un-gentlemanly style since decades. It appears that the Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association (JKCA), the restive region’s premier cricketing body, loves to ...
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Kumble took the right decision: Azhar

'When I was playing, the BCCI used to appoint the coach.''That was not the captain's prerogative, but now things have changed.'Rediff.com's Harish Kotian listens to Azhar on Sreesanth, Kumble's exit, Ashwin's game and politics. IMAGE: Mohammad Azharuddin in Mumbai. Photograph: Hitesh Harisinghani/Rediff.com Mohammad Azharuddin hopes Shanthakumar Sreesanth is given a chance to make a comeback in Indian cricket. The Kerala high court passed an order on Monday, August 7, asking the Board of ...
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