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End of the road for Pawar, Srinivasan; Thakur has to quit HPCA
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End of the road for Pawar, Srinivasan; Thakur has to quit HPCA

The Supreme Court has accepted the Lodha Committee’s recommendation on age-cap of 70 years for office-bearers of the BCCI. Former BCCI president Sharad Pawar is 75 years of age and heads the Mumbai Cricket Association. Tamil Nadu strongman and former BCCI president Narayanswami Srinivasan is 71 and heads the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association. IMAGE: Narayanaswami Srinivasan, left, and BCCI president Anurag Thakur. Photograph: PTI The Supreme Court's verdict, accepting the Lodha ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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Once upon a Ganpati in Tilak Nagar

The ‘Chhota don’ Rajan Nikhalje may be down but certainly not out. And the same can be said of the Ganesh pandal once patronised by him, reports Anil Singh. IMAGE: Maharashtra Navnirman Sena chief Raj Thackeray at the Tilak Nagar Ganesh pandal. Photograph courtesy: Sahyadri Krida Mandal. If the clout of Mumbai’s underworld dons is to be measured by their Ganesha pandals, Chhota Rajan is clearly down but not out. He may be lodged in Tihar jail but the Ganesh pandal in ...
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Kapil explains remarks as BMC cites more violations by him

Stand-up comedian Kapil Sharma’s bribe tweets against the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation seems to have backfired, with the civic body claiming that the artist had flouted norms not only in his Versova office building but also in his apartment in suburban Goregaon. “We received two complaints from separate people about illegal construction being done in Sharma’s both premises, one in Versova and another in Goregaon. In both the cases, we followed the due procedure and first ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago 'Are these your achche din': Kapil Sharma asks PM Modi in angry tweet  Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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Ticket rates for India-England Test at Wankhede slashed

IMAGE: Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium during Sachin Tendulkar’s farewell Test match. . Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) on Thursday decided to substantially lower the ticket rates of popular stands for India's Test match against England at the Wankhede Stadium scheduled from December 8-12 as compared to the prices for Sachin Tendulkar's farewell game in 2013. "We have decided to keep the ticket rates cheaper as compared to the rates we had maintained during the Tendulkar Test match," ...
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Maha to reconsider 'no helmet, no fuel' decision

The Maharashtra government has decided to reconsider the ‘No helmet, no fuel’ rule, Transport Minister Diwakar Raote informed the state assembly on Friday. However, petrol pump owners will be asked to intimate vehicle numbers of two-wheelers where the rider was without helmet, to transport authorities, the minister said. The decision, set to be implemented from August 1, had met with fierce opposition from pump owners. Giving into the resistance from two-wheeler riders and petrol ...
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'Some Lodha panel suggestions need clarity'

‘If an office-bearer completes nine years at the state level, can he serve for separate nine years at BCCI’ IMAGE: Chairman of the Supreme Court-appointed committee for reforms in Indian cricket Justice Rajendra Mal Lodha is flanked by Justice Ashok Bhan (left) and Justice R V Raveendran at a press conference. Photograph: PTI. Former Goa Cricket Association (GCA) president Shekhar Salkar said more clarification is needed on some of the Lodha Committee recommendations calling ...
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Dynamic daughters of the political families

Indira Gandhi, the only female Prime Minister of India, had successfully lived up to people’s expectations. By and large, Indira had met her father’s stature. After the Indira era, a number of daughters jumped in the political arena.
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Shami is an ideal bowler for Tests: Kohli

IMAGE: India's Mohammed Shami bowls at a nets session. Photograph: Vipin Pawar/Solaris Images. Virat Kohli is delighted that a skillful fast bowler like Mohammed Shami is back in the team as he has the ability to hit the "perfect Test match length", which would be necessary for the upcoming tour of West Indies. Shami had been out of international cricket for more than 15 months post 2015 ICC World Cup, where he bowled with an injured knee. He later underwent knee surgery and was out of action ...
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No comeback for Srinivasan, Thakur to represent BCCI at ICC

BCCI President Anurag Thakur will continue as India's representative in the International Cricket Council. - MSK Prasad is new chief selector Some media reports on Tuesday said that former BCCI chief Narayanswami Srinivasan was the front-runner to being the Indian cricket board's representative on the ICC’s Board of Directors. However, the BCCI members, in their 87th annual general meeting in Mumbai on Wednesday, decided to stick with chief Thakur as their representative in the ...
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NCP quietly launches massive outreach programme

In order to claim the void left behind by the Congress in Maharashtra, the NCP has silently launched a massive outreach programme. The outreach is not limited to Maharashtra; it also includes Gujarat where Rajya Sabha MP Praful Patel has been visiting ...
 DNA1 week ago
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