The Supreme Court of India has emphasised that the restrictions suggested by the Lodha Committee on cricket administrators should not prevent former cricketers or government ministers from serving and promoting the sport. The Supreme ... Asian Connection, 2 weeks ago
Parliament free to take over BCCI functions: SC - New Delhi Pioneer, 2 weeks ago
Influential cricket associations like Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) and Baroda Cricket Association (BCA) are trying to save their monopolistic hold over the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) than actually opposing the reforms suggest ...DNA India, 2 weeks ago
CJI Tirath Singh Thakur New Delhi: The Supreme Court, on Wednesday, questioned the rationale of having ministers holding posts in the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), saying it was not a happy situation where the system cannot work ...Calcutta Telegraph, 2 weeks ago
MUMBAI: The speaker's action to suspend MLA Waris Pathan from the Maharashtra legislative assembly was well within his powers, say legal experts. The speaker was also well within his powers in asking the House to vote on the motion to suspend the ...Times of India, 1 month ago Suspension within speaker's powers Times of India, 1 month ago
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