Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) today decided to keep its writ petition filed in the Bombay High Court, contending that the BCCI cannot force it to implement the Supreme Court-appointed Justice Lodha Panel report since it is governed by the provisions of the ... Deccan Herald, 3 days ago
Mumbai Cricket Association president Sharad Pawar will quit his position in six months time after the state body accepted the Supreme Court verdict on sweeping reforms in the BCCI and its affiliates in toto. In a press conference after the Managing Committee ...Deccan Herald, 2 months ago MCA accepts SC verdict, Pawar to quit president's post Rediff.com, 2 months ago
Mumbai: Bowing to a recent Supreme Court order, Mumbai Cricket Association President Sharad Pawar on Sunday announced his decision to quit the post within six months. The 75-year-old Pawar -- ranked amongst the finest cricket administrators in the world and ...Sify, 2 months ago
Pushed into a tight corner by the sweeping reforms suggested by the Lodha committee, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) suffered yet another blow on 18 July after being given a six-month deadline by the Supreme Court to implement the ...catchnews.com, 2 months ago
The Supreme Court verdict accepting the Lodha committee recommendations on age-cap of 70 years on BCCI office-bearers found its first victim in Sharad Pawar who, on 24 July, announced that he will step down as Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) president.catchnews.com, 2 months ago End of road for veteran administrators? Deccan Herald, 2 months ago End of the road for Pawar, Srinivasan; Thakur has to quit HPCA Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
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