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Kohli warned over press row
Sky Sports

BCCI warns Kohli

The Board of Control for Cricket in India has taken note of the incident that occurred at Perth a couple of days ago and has warned Virat Kohli for the incident which involved an Indian journalist at the receiving end of Kohli's abuses. Kohli has ... MSN Canada, 11 hours ago
BCCI tells Kohli to 'avoid such behaviour' The Telegraph, 12 hours ago
Kohli warned over press row Sky Sports, 16 hours ago
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First Post.com

BCCI wants Dave Cameron voted out, says Rudi Webster

Sports psychologist and former West Indies team manager Rudi Webster said he suspects that the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), which has a $42-million claim against the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB), wants president Dave Cameron to be voted ...
 First Post.com1 day ago 'BCCI wants WICB president Cameron voted out'  First Post.com1 day ago 'BCCI wants WICB prez Cameron voted out'  India TV1 day ago BCCI wants Cameron voted out  Prokerala1 day ago
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Arab News

BCCI reprimands Kohli for fracas with Indian journalist

NEW DELHI: The Board of Control for Cricket in India has reprimanded Virat Kohli after the star batsman was accused of abusing an Indian journalist at a practice session in Perth during the World Cup. BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur says Kohli has ...
 Arab News13 hours ago
NDTV

BCCI Vice-prez Hopeful of Hosting Matches at Kariavattom

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM:The newly elected Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) vice-president T C Mathew said here on Wednesday that the International Stadium at Kariavattom here can host high profile cricket matches, including One Day ...
 New Indian Express1 day ago Media Frenzy at Eden Gardens Mars Jagmohan Dalmiya's Visit  NDTV1 day ago Media frenzy mars Dalmiya's Eden Gardens visit  Prokerala1 day ago INDIA CEMENTS : BCCI's real crisis  4 Traders1 day ago
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Oneindia

BCCI backs Kohli, says 'no abusive language was used' on journalist

Perth, Mar 4: The Board of Control for Cricket in India ( BCCI ) has entered to control the damage done by Virat Kohli after he reportedly abused an Indian journalist yesterday (March 3). Now, BCCI today claimed "no abusive language was used" by the ...
 Oneindia1 day ago
Sportskeeda.com

Aditya Verma to file another petition against BCCI

MUMBAI: After having succeeded in keeping N Srinivasan out of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) for now through his petition in the Supreme Court, Aditya Verma now wants to stop the Tamil Nadu strongman from continuing as the ...
 Times of India1 day ago Jaitley urged not to back Srinivasan in BCCI  Prokerala1 month ago Aditya Verma to Arun Jaitley: Don't support N Srinivasan  One India1 month ago Sharad Pawar, Jagmohan Dalmiya urged to take over BCCI mantle  Sportskeeda.com1 month ago
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Cricket's new boss

Comment · print · T T T+· T- TOPICS Any change at the helm of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) can be seen as an opportunity to end the crisis of credibility that has consumed the game's administration in recent times.
 The Hindu2 days ago
Times of India

Srinivasan apologises to SC for chairing BCCI meet on Feb 8

N. Srinivasan tendered an unconditional apology for presiding over the February 8 Board of Control for Cricket in India Working Committee meeting.
 Times of India6 days ago Srinivasan apologises to Supreme Court, says won't preside over March 2 AGM  Rediff.com6 days ago Srinivasan offers unconditional apology to Supreme Court  Prokerala6 days ago N Srinivasan's hidden agenda? Get ICC post ratified at upcoming AGM  DNA1 week ago
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Rediff.com

CCI penalty against BCCI for 'abuse of dominance' set aside

The Competition Appellate Tribunal set aside a CCI order against the Board of Control for Cricket in India for alleged abuse of dominance, saying the regulator relied on 'legally unsustainable' information downloaded from Internet for nailing the governing body for cricket in India. In its order passed in February 2014, the Competition Commission of India imposed a penalty of Rs 52.24 crore on the BCCI after finding it guilty of indulging in anti-competitive practices in the organisation of ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago CAT sets aside Competition Commission of India order against BCCI  DNA India1 week ago Compat sets aside CCI penalty against BCCI  Deccan Herald1 week ago BCCI wins appeal: Competition Commission of India's ...  Firstpost.com6 days ago
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Cricbuzz.com

Keep away from BCCI, Supreme Court warns N Srinivasan

The Special Bench of the Supreme Court have firmly shut the doors on Board of Control for Cricket in India president-in-abeyance president N Srinivasan from entering the hallowed portals.
 DNA1 week ago Dalmiya top contender for president post  Cricbuzz.com5 days ago Srinivasan faces contempt of court?  Rediff.com3 days ago Srini to meet with select BCCI units on Feb 5  Rediff.com1 month ago
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