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Rajasthan & BCCI at loggerheads

The stand-off between the Indian cricket board and the Rajasthan Cricket Association has left players from the state unsure about their future. When publishing their domestic programme, the board had omitted Rajasthan from Ranji Trophy, women's ... Bangladesh Daily Star, 19 hours ago
Uncertainty grips Rajasthan players ESPN Cricinfo, 1 day ago

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RCA hearing adjourned till September 8

JAIPUR: The crucial hearing of Rajasthan Cricket Association's application against its suspension by the BCCI at the ADJ Court here, slated for Thursday, was adjourned till September 8. The BCCI lawyers wanted more time as they pleaded that they had ...
 Times of India3 days ago RCA's domestic season chances weaken  ESPN Cricinfo3 days ago Rajasthan could miss out on Ranji Trophy  News Today1 week ago Match referees from Rajasthan pay RCA's price  Indian Express1 week ago

Banned Rajasthan Cricket Association Upbeat With Restoration of Lalit Modi's Passport

A file photo of former BCCI vice-president Lalit Modi. Jaipur: The officials of the banned Rajasthan Cricket Association (RCA) are now upbeat with the news that former Indian Premier League commissioner Lalit Modi's passport was restored and he ...
 NDTV4 days ago RCA chief Lalit Modi will be back after Delhi HC restores passport  First Post.com5 days ago Enforcement Directorate expected to detain, question former IPL chief Lalit Modi  Indian Express4 days ago Banned RCA upbeat with restoration of Lalit Modi's Passport  Business Standard5 days ago
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Lalit Modi Elected Rajasthan Cricket Association President

Lalit Modi was elected as Rajasthan Cricket Association's president. Reuters The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has suspended the Rajasthan Cricket Association (RCA) and appointed an ad-hoc body, hours after former Indian Premier ...
 International Business Times India1 week ago Watch - I Will Quit Cricket if Mudgal Panel Clears Srinivasan: Lalit Modi  NDTV3 days ago BCCI culls Rajasthan from domestic cricket  Indian Express1 week ago Lalit Modi elected as Nagpur cricket body president  Deccan Chronicle2 weeks ago

Ramesh Powar quits Rajasthan; gets NOC from BCCI

Comment · print · T T T+· T- THE HINDU Off-spinner Ramesh Powar has terminated his association with Rajasthan Cricket Association (RCA), having got a No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the BCCI in order to represent another team. File ...
 The Hindu3 days ago Rajasthan booted out  Mumbai Mirror3 days ago

Rajasthan cricketers face uncertain future

With domestic season set to kick off in another month and a halfs time, the future of top Rajasthan cricketers like Pankaj Singh, Robin Bist and Ashok Menaria hangs in balance, as it is difficult for them to even get an inter-state transfer to play ...
 Cricbuzz.com3 days ago Rajasthan Players in Limbo as RCA Can't Give NOC for Inter-State Transfer  NDTV5 days ago Rajasthan players in limbo after RCA ban  The Echo Of India4 days ago

RCA announce Ranji Trophy probables list

The rift between the Rajasthan Cricket Association (RCA) and the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is bound to deepen, as the suspended association is all set to go ahead in naming their Ranji Trophy probables claiming that they are the ...
 Cricbuzz.com6 days ago Suspended RCA to pick team for Ranji Trophy  ThatsCricket6 days ago Rajasthan CA to go ahead with their Ranji team selection  Business Standard India6 days ago Rajasthan Cricket Association to go ahead with their Ranji team selection  Asia Net India6 days ago

Rajasthan cricketers will not suffer: Abdi

JAIPUR: Rajasthan Cricket Association declared on Monday that the state's cricketers will not be allowed to suffer. "In fact, very soon we will be naming squads in all categories through the standard selection procedures," RCA deputy president ...
 Times of India5 days ago RCA may take the legal way  The Telegraph2 weeks ago RCA threatens legal action against BCCI  Press Trust of India2 weeks ago Rajasthan Cricket Association threatens legal action against BCCI  IBNLive India News2 weeks ago
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BCCI ready to accept RCA-free Rajasthan

The Rajasthan Cricket Association (RCA) may have been banned but the Indian cricket board (BCCI) doesn't want the players of the state to face the music.
 Times of India1 week ago RCA Claims Support of Registrar in BCCI Row  New Indian Express2 weeks ago

RR to partner S Aussie govt in cricketing endeavour

Rajasthan Royals today announced its association with the South Australian government in an exclusive cricketing endeavour that will give 15 young Indian cricketers an opportunity to travel to Adelaide, Australia to experience South Australia's ...
 The Echo Of India1 week ago Rajasthan Royals to partner South Australian Government in exclusive cricketing endeavour  Web Newswire1 week ago Rajasthan Royals partners South Australian government for talent hunt  Prokerala1 week ago Rajasthan Royals Announce Partnership with South Australian Government  ISportConnect1 week ago
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