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Cricket Association of Bengal makes huge profit of Rs 5 crore from WT20 ticket sales
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Cricket Association of Bengal makes huge profit of Rs 5 crore ...

The CAB, which hosted four ICC World T20 matches including the marquee India-Pakistan clash and the final, has made a profit in excess of Rs 5 crore. "We have had an income of Rs 8.5 crore and we are expecting more from the ticket sales," CAB ... DNA India, 1 month ago
CAB makes Rs 5 crore from World T20 ticket sales, 1 month ago

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Former Eden Gardens curator Prabir Mukherjee passes away

Prabir Mukherjee, a former chief curator of the Cricket Association of Bengal, passed away at a Kolkata hospital late Tuesday night after a prolonged illness. Known for his no-nonsense steadfast approach the 86-year-old, who was suffering from a liver condition and depression, was being treated at the BNR Hospital since April 11, his grandson Pranay Mukherjee said. In a departure from tradition followed by Kolkata’s cricket fraternity, his body was, however, not taken to the Eden Gardens ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
Weekly Voice

CAB secretary Avishek Dalmiya congratulates Anurag Thakur

Kolkata, May 21 (IANS) Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) joint secretary Avishek Dalmiya on Saturday congratulated Anurag Thakur, who is all set to be unanimously elected the president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). Thakur ...
 Yahoo! India2 months ago Anurag Thakur is the new boss of Indian cricket.  Weekly Voice2 months ago

How Virat Kohli doused Anil Kumble vs Ravi Shastri fire

Anil Kumble has already impressed Virat Kohli in his role as head coach of Indian cricket team. In their first media conference together, coach and Test captain combined perfectly to set the ball rolling for the four-Test series in the West Indies. ...
 MSN News US2 weeks ago Interview for Indian coach: Panel was aware Sourav Ganguly will miss Ravi Shastri's presentation?  ZeeNews.com4 weeks ago Big 3 to interview Kumble, Shastri today  New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago BCCI Advisory Committee To Interview Ravi Shastri And Anil Kumble For Post Of Team India Coach  Indiatimes1 month ago

Shastri, Kumble to be interviewed today

The BCCI's cricket advisory committee is set to interview top candidates for the Indian coach's job including the likes of Anil Kumble and Ravi Shastri in Kolkata today. The committee comprise Sourav Ganguly, VVS Laxman and Sachin Tendulkar. Tha ...
 Pune Mirror1 month ago India chief coach: Final hunt begins as CAC set to interview candidates today  Jagran Post1 month ago Anil Kumble to face former teammates in interview for new head coach  Siasat Daily1 month ago

50 shades of pink: How Aussies, Indians reacted

CricketViews from India and Australia after latest pink-ball experimentsJune 23, 2016 12:45pmJacob Kuriype and Antony PinshawFOX SPORTS CricketViews from India and Australia after latest pink-ball experimentsJune 23, 2016 12:45pmJacob Kuriype and ...
 Herald Sun1 month ago Eden Gardens to host India's first pink-ball match  MSN News US1 month ago Pujara welcomes revamped, day-night Duleep Trophy  MSN News US1 month ago
Weekly Voice

Dada and Ravi's public sledging should have been avoided

Ravi Shastri feels that Sourav Ganguly has shown disrespect to the process of selecting the national chief cricket coach by staying out of the interview board when he made his presentation while the latter has hit back questioning why he was not ...
 Weekly Voice3 weeks ago Shastri, Dada should have minded their language  Asian Lite3 weeks ago Shastri, Ganguly should have minded their language  Yahoo! India3 weeks ago Ravi Shastri, Sourav Ganguly should have minded their language  5 Dariya News - English3 weeks ago
Hindustan Times

Thakur set to become BCCI president

Anurag Thakur is set to become one of the youngest presidents of the Board of Control for Cricket in India, with the body announcing on Saturday (May 21) that the 41-year-old was the sole candidate for the post. Thakur, who resigned as the BCCI ...
 MSN News US2 months ago Anurag Thakur files nomination, set to become youngest BCCI president  Hindustan Times2 months ago Anurag Thakur replaces Shashank Manohar as BCCI chief  Calcutta News.Net2 months ago Thakur set to be BCCI boss  Chandigarh Tribune2 months ago

India's heroes in the 2002 Natwest series final: Where are they now?

Great teams in sports have earned nicknames that have gone on to be synonymous with the team itself, a great example in cricket being The Invincibles, the great Australian team in the 1940s captained by none other than Sir Donald Bradman. In ...
 Yahoo! Singapore1 week ago

Lodha Panel Report - SC Hearing Hits Home Stretch: 10 Developments

The RM Lodha panel report has suggested structural changes to the powerful BCCI to ensure more transparency in its operation. PTI Highlights A two-member Supreme Court bench, consisting of Chief Justice of India TS Thakur and Justice Ibrahim ...
 NDTV3 weeks ago Lodha Panel Report - Supreme Court Hearing Hits Home Stretch: 10 Developments  NDTV3 weeks ago
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