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Cricket Buzz: BCCI set to snub Pakistan, correct flawed FTP
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BCCI set to snub Pakistan, correct flawed FTP at ICC Meet

The BCCI is all set to have its way at the ICC Futures Tours and Programmes (FTP) Meeting as the Board will keep Pakistan out of the six nations it will play during the upcoming World Test Championship.The two-day meeting is scheduled in Singapore from ... Business Standard, 2 weeks ago

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BCCI says thanks, but no thanks to NADA again

In separate letters written to the ministry and NADA dated November 8, board's CEO Rahul Johri asserted, "BCCI follows the ICC Code, which is based on the World Anti-doping Agency (WADA) Code".
 DNA1 month ago National Anti-Doping Agency can't dope test Indian cricketers: BCCI  Rediff.com1 month ago BCCI discusses NADA issue with Ministry  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago BCCI, Sports Ministry discuss NADA and Pakistan  Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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Cricket Buzz: PCB to demand around $ 70 million from BCCI

IMAGE: International Cricket Council Chief Executive (CEO) Dave Richardson and Najam Sethi address a press conference in Lahore. Photograph: ICC. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) wants its Indian counterpart (BCCI) to pay approximately $ 70 million as compensation for not playing two ‘home’ bilateral series. The PCB, which has completed its consultation process and finalised its compensation claim against the BCCI, is expected to file its claim with the disputes resolution ...
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Cricket Buzz: 'Incidents at lower level necessitate 'Red card' rule'

IMAGE: Former India cricker captain Sourav Ganguly. Photograph: Matthew Lewis/Getty Images for The ICC Former India captain Sourav Ganguly backed the new "red card" rule in cricket, saying the modification of the rules was required since players' conduct was becoming an issue at the lower level of the game. Ganguly is one of the 11 members of the world cricket committee, chaired by Mike Brearley of MCC, which announced the new Laws of Cricket, to be incorporated in the ICC Playing Conditions.
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Is India-Australia series the last 5-match bilateral fixture?

Sydney: Cricket Australia CEO James Sutherland said on Monday that the proposed One-Day International (ODI) league may ensure that the five-match bilateral series in the 50-over format may be a thing of the past. "I don't think you'll see any country playing ...
 Sify2 months ago

ICC takes diplomatic stance on Indo-Pak series

‘If India is not ready to play with Pakistan, we can't force them to do so’ ‘You have to understand that bilateral series is always held with the agreement of two cricket boards’ IMAGE: David Richardson and Najam Sethi address a press conference in Lahore. Photograph: ICC The International Cricket Council Chief Executive (CEO) Dave Richardson has made it clear that the sport's governing body cannot force India to play bilateral matches with Pakistan. Talking to the ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Ireland to make Test debut against Pakistan

After becoming full member of the International Cricket Council (ICC) earlier this year, Ireland have confirmed that they would play their first Test match against Pakistan in May 2018.Confirming the news, CEO Warren Deutrom said that he is delighted that ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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Members set to debate new FTP

The newly chalked Futures Tours Programme (FTP) and the hefty compensation of Rs 850 crore to defunct IPL franchise Kochi Tuskers Kerala will be discussed extensively when BCCIs Special General Meeting is held here on Monday. While Rajasthan Cricket ...
 Deccan Herald2 days ago BCCI SGM: Members set to debate new FTP, Kochi Tuskers compensation  DNA1 day ago
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Will BCCI members give in to Kohli's demand?

'The players on one hand want a hike in pay and also want to have number of playing days curtailed. How is that possible?' IMAGE: India captain Virat Kohli, left, with BCCI acting president CK Khanna. Photograph: BCCI The newly chalked Futures Tours Programme (FTP) and the hefty compensation of Rs 850 crore to now-defunct Indian Premier League franchise Kochi Tuskers Kerala will be discussed extensively when Board of Control for Cricket in India's Special General Meeting is held in New Delhi ...
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Newsmaker: TALKING TOUGH

Of late, Virat Kohli has been articulating a lot of views on a range of issues concerning cricket – cramped schedules getting in the way of proper homework before a big series, batting for a greater share of India’s cricket wealth for players or ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 week ago
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