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BCCI chief inaugurates Mulapadu Cricket Centre

VIJAYAWADA: The Board of Control Cricket in India (BCCI) President Anurag Thakur formally inaugurated the Cricket Centre on the premises of Mulapadu Cricket Stadium here on Monday. Spread over 13-acre, the newly-developed cricket centre developed ... New Indian Express, 5 hours ago
BCCI president to visit Nagaland Nagaland Post, 8 hours ago
Hectic schedule awaits BCCI chief The Hindu, 1 day ago
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The different voices of KXIP leave BCCIfuming

THE BOARD of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has expressed its disenchantment with the way in which the internal issues of Kings XI Punjab have become a cause of major concern for them. The issue was raised in the IPL governing council meeting a ...
 Yahoo! India5 hours ago The different voices in KXIP leave BCCI fuming  Indian Express1 hour ago
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Pakistan cricket board restricted by government from resuming talks with India on cricket ties

The Pakistan government has restrained its cricket board from initiating discussions with their Indian counterparts the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) regarding resuming bilateral series, which have been pending for some time now. The ...
 International Business Times UK20 hours ago Pakistan Government Gags PCB on Cricket Ties With India  NDTV1 day ago
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BCCI to develop green stadia under Go Green initiative: Thakur

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has written to the Union Ministries of Power and Environment to guide it in developing green stadia as part of its new Go Green initiative, its new president Anurag Thakur said on Monday. We have ...
 Hindustan Times16 hours ago BCCI plans to revamp stadia  DAWN Group4 hours ago BCCI to develop green stadiums with D100 cr  New Indian Express5 hours ago
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This year's IPL corruption-free, Shukla says

Rajeev Shukla (L), chairman of the Indian Premier League, and Anurag Thakur, Board of Control for Cricket in India president, takes part in the presentation ceremony after the final Twenty20 cricket match of the 2016 Indian Premier League (IPL) ...
 Gulf News14 hours ago IPL corruption-free, says chairman  Business Recorder19 hours ago Final call on Indo-Pak World T20 to be taken today: Rajeev Shukla  Business Standard2 months ago IPL chief claims 2016 event free of corruption  DAWN Group4 hours ago
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Neutral venues for Ranji ties

The Sourav Ganguly-chaired technical committee of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Sunday recommended that all Ranji Trophy matches be conducted at neutral venues from the forthcoming season. Also, the Duleep Trophy matches this season will ...
 The Telegraph1 day ago BCCI technical committee clears India 'A' tour of Australia  Prokerala1 day ago BCCI technical committee recommends Duleep trophy be played under lights  Cricbuzz.com20 hours ago BCCI technical panel clears India A tour of Down Under  Millennium Post1 day ago
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Now, home is far away

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has strengthened the neutral concept for the Ranji Trophy which was once criticised by someone no less than Sachin Tendulkar. The Little Master had flayed the decision to hold the Ranji Trophy ...
 AhmedabadMirror.com1 day ago Ranji Trophy to be held at neutral venues?  Times of India1 day ago

For U-19 World Cup, age is now a matter ofconcern

Addressing the over-age issue, the Board of Control for Cricket in India is planning to take some bold decisions, especially pertaining to representing the country in U-19 World Cups. They are deliberating to formulate a rule by which only once can ...
 Yahoo! India1 day ago
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Ranji matches to played at neutral venues, Duleep's zonal system scrapped

The Board of Control for Cricket in India's technical committee, headed by Sourav Ganguly, met in Bengaluru earlier today to discuss on revamping the domestic system in India. Briefcase Four all-India level teams to play in Duleep Trophy ...
 India Today1 day ago New BCCI boss Thakur and Ganguly make some tough decisions  Rediff.com1 day ago BCCI Technical Panel Scrap Duleep Trophy Zonal System, Ranji At Neutral Venues  NDTV1 day ago BCCI Technical Panel Scrap Duleep Zonal System, Ranji At Neutral Venues  NDTV1 day ago
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Bangar to lead India in Zimbabwe

Sanjay Bangar will lead India for their upcoming tour of Zimbabwe as the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) continues to look for a full-time head coach. Team director Ravi Shastri's contract expired following the ICC World Twenty20and ...
 AOL UK4 days ago Bangar named head coach for Zimbabwe cricket tour  Times of India20 hours ago Bangar named national coach for Zimbabwe tour  News Today3 days ago Bangar named coach for Zim tour; no place for Arun, Sridhar  Deccan Herald4 days ago
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