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BCCI drags Shastri, Srikkanth, Gavaskar, Ganguly into ...

Players, administrators with interests not to run the game: SC

Perusing the BCCI's list which also included Anil Kumble, Krish Srikkanth, Venkatesh Prasad and Lalchand Rajput, a bench headed by Justice T S Thakur said, "If you have commercial interest in the IPL or any other format, then you should not be in the ... Jagran Post, 2 months ago

Cricket World Cup 2015 on CNN-IBN & IBN7

"Kings of Cricket" on CNN-IBN &"Superhit Muqabla" on IBN7 will bring all the latest updates, analysis and insights on every match. The channels will have daily preview & review shows. With almost 100+ shows on both CNN-IBN & IBN7, the channels will ...
 Web Newswire2 weeks ago CNN IBN & IBN7 present the Most Comprehensive Coverage on ICC World Cup 2015  APN News2 weeks ago News18 India to partner-up with PTV on World Cup weeks ago CNN-IBN & IBN7 to partner with PTV for India-Pak match  Agencyfaqs!3 weeks ago

SC draws a distinction

STATESMAN NEWS SERVICE New Delhi, 23 January The Supreme Court has drawn a clear distinction between the commercial interest and the professional engagement of a player on account of his proficiency in the game, in its judgment in the IPL ...
 The Statesman1 month ago
India TV

Difference between commercial and professional engagement: SC

Dragging names of former players donning different roles in cricket did not cut much ice for N Srinivasan to remain at the helm of BCCI affairs, as the Supreme Court drew a clear distinction between commercial interest and professional engagement of ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago
India Today

SC tells Srinivasan he cannot wear two hats

In the biggest-ever blow to Cricket's Super King N. Srinivasan, the Supreme Court on Thursday sternly asked him to choose between BCCI President's post or ownership of Chennai Super Kings and disqualified him from contesting the board polls to be ...
 India Today1 month ago

India climbs pinnacle of glory

Comment · print · T T T+· T- TOPICS This was the roseate day of the apotheosis of Indian cricket. The day on which the World Cup was won by a team which was until then as remote from the zenith of achievement in limited-over cricket as ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
Times of India

Both Sunny, Sachin back in the pavilion

One was nicknamed the Little Master and the other Master Blaster. Standing no more than five-feet-five, the little giants were the mainstay of Indian batting during their respective tenures. After the first one retired in late 1980s, the second soon ...
 Times of India2 months ago
Indian Express

I have no administrative role at BCCI: Sunil Gavaskar

Senior advocate CA Sundaram, appearing for BCCI, gave the names of former greats like Gavaskar, Ravi Shastri, Sourav Ganguly, Anil Kumble, Krish Srikkanth and Venkatesh Prasad and said that they, in some way or other, have commercial interests in ...
 Indian Express2 months ago IPL: Sunil Gavaskar clarifies he's not linked to BCCI administration  India Today2 months ago Sunil Gavaskar: I have no role in BCCI administration  Cricbuzz.com2 months ago I have no official post in BCCI, says Gavaskar  Deccan Herald2 months ago

Out on 99, 100 in next innings!

India opener Murali Vijay avoids a high ball during Day 1 of the second Test against Australia at the Gabba. Photograph: Cameron Spencer/Getty Images How often do we see a batsman get out on 99 and score a hundred in his next innings in Test cricket? Murali Vijay is only the eighth batsman (on the ninth occasion) to do so. Rajneesh Gupta provides the details. Murali Vijay carried his sublime form into the Brisbane Test. He was unfortunate to miss out on a well-deserved hundred at Adelaide, ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

When India almost won a series in Australia

The Aussie series of 1985-1986 will remain a missed opportunity for Indian cricket. But it is least talked about despite all the high points in the series, says Chandresh Narayanan. India's tour of Australia has begun and the usual naysayers are predicting a complete whitewash. If their prediction comes right, then all the talk about India not having won a Test series in Australia will start all over again. What the naysayers forget is the fact that India did come close to winning a Test series ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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