Cricket South Africa (CSA) chief executive, Haroon Lorgat has taken strong exception to remarks attributed to the ICC chief cxecutive, Dave Richardson, during a recent interview in Sri Lanka. Richardson had been quoted as saying that South Africa had been ... The Telegraph, 2 months ago
'If Supreme Court judges feel that BCCI could do better under retired judges, I wish them all the best. I am sure Indian cricket will do well under their guidance' IMAGE: Anurag Thakur seen here speaking to India Test captain Virat Kohli. The axed BCCI boss believes 'India has more quality players than anywhere in the world' Photograph: BCCI. A miffed Anurag Thakur, who was sacked as BCCI president for obstructing Lodha panel reforms on Monday, took a subtle dig at the Supreme Court's order ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago Indian cricket will do well under retired judges: Thakur Deccan Herald, 1 month ago
IMAGE: Board of Control for Cricket in India President Anurag Thakur, right, and BCCI Secretary Ajay Shirke. Cracking the whip on a defiant Board of Control for Cricket in India, the Supreme Court on Monday removed its president Anurag Thakur and secretary Ajay Shirke, saying they should 'forthwith cease and desist from' the board's work. The apex court said the two officials -- Thakur and Shirke -- did not comply with its July 18 order and thereby been removed. The bench, also comprising ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago BCCI vs Lodha panel : SC removes Thakur as BCCI prez, Shirke as secretary Deccan Herald, 1 month ago
IMAGE: South Africa captain Faf du Plessis. South Africa captain Faf du Plessis has lost his appeal against a ball-tampering conviction, but will be free to play in the first test against Sri Lanka starting on Boxing Day. Du Plessis was found guilty by match referee Andy Pycroft of changing the condition of the ball after appearing to use saliva tainted by a mint in his mouth to shine it during the second test against Australia in Hobart last month. South Africa won the test and the series ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago Faf du Plessis loses appeal against ball-tampering conviction Sify, 2 months ago
The Supreme Court today threatened to initiate contempt and perjury proceedings against BCCI President Anurag Thakur for asking the ICC CEO for a letter but denying it on oath, warning he may have to go to jail if found guilty. The court reminded the BCCI top brass that Thakur as President of the board had asked for a letter from ICC CEO Dave Richardson that the appointment of a CAG nominee in the cricket body would compromise with autonomy and amount to government interference.The bench, ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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