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Lodha Committeeâs latest directives debar a disqualified administrator to discharge âany other roleâ in BCCI or state association.
The ousted BCCI officials who are mulling to put their proxies as CEOs and in other important state posts, may not find it easy to do so.
Former India captain Mohammad Azharuddin filed a plea in Hyderabad High Court after Hyderabad Cricket Association rejected his nomination for the post of president in HCA.
Ousted/disqualified cricket administrators are exploring legal options to challenge the Lodha Committeeâs latest set of directives.
Srinivasan addressed a gathering from various districts and Chennai clubs in an "informal" meeting which lasted for about two-and-a-half hours.
There will be a tell-all book which Ajay Shrike started writing quite some time back.
Andhra Cricket Association (ACA) at its executive committee meeting announced that it will be headed by the son of outgoing secretary G Ganga Raju, Ranga Raju.
Delhi and Districts Cricket Association (DDCA)'s nine directors signed in favour of forming an interim committee.
Former India captain Mohammad Azharuddin's nomination paper for the post of Hyderabad Cricket Association president was rejected by the Returning Officer.
Expectation that former India skipper Sourav Ganguly could occupy the vacant position of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) president has been dashed.
The Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) nominated its vice president Ashish Shelar to fill up the post as its interim chief.
Ajay Shirke had expressed "concerns" to ECB president Giles Clarke over the BCCI's ability to host the limited-overs series against England.
Former India captain Mohammad Azharuddin will stand for the president's post of the Hyderabad Cricket Association.
The Tamil Nadu Cricket Association has declined to host the two Under-19 Test matches between India and England.
With Supreme Court verdict already out, 21 state units have already confirmed in writing to Lodha Panel about implementing all reforms.
The spate of resignations amongst the top cricket administrators continued with the resignations of major state association officials.
Veteran administrator Niranjan Shah, who has ruled Saurashtra cricket for over four decades, says he is as good as out.
The Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA) may soon see an administrator running the show.
As accused persons failed to appear before the economic offences cell (EOC) of Goa police, fresh summons were issued to Goa Cricket Association (GCA) officials.
The GCA President and two former office-bearers are alleged to have missapropriated funds to the tune of Rs. 1 crore.
Sharad Pawar has submitted his resignation as President of the Mumbai Cricket Association.
NCP chief Sharad Pawar announced his resignation as Mumbai Cricket Association president, ostensibly due to the sweeping reforms heralded by the Supreme Court-appointed Lodha Committee.
ICC chairman Shashank Manohar has contradicted BCCI president Anurag Thakur's claim in his affidavit to the Supreme Court that he did not ask for a letter.
Police complaint lodged against Hyderabad Cricket Association (HCA) officials by opposition members.
Andhra Cricket Association officials have been using the BCCI funds only to cement their position in the state and not to really develop the game in all the districts.
There are concerns that GK Pillai's appointment could be in conflict with BCCIâs future commercial deals as some of those companies have shown commercial interest in the Indian cricket Board in the past.
The CEO of the BCCI, Rahul Johri, wanted Italian-tailored suits, costing Rs 2.5 lakh each, for the Men in Blue. But the board shot down the proposal.
BCCI president Anurag Thakur in his affidavit has said that Lodha Panel status report will "paralyse" cricket administration and create "chaos" in the game.
Seven under-19 cricketers dropped from the side because BCCI goofed up on the eligibility criteria for selection for the Youth Asia Cup.
Mumbai Cricket Association and Tamil Nadu Cricket Association have opposed BCCI's decision to reschedule two postponed Delhi fixtures.
The Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) has decided to hold a meeting of its managing committee on November 26 to discuss the Lodha panel reforms. The meeting will be chaired by MCA president Sharad Pawar.
Lodha Committee in its latest status report before the Supreme Court,has asked for the removal of all BCCI office-bearers and the appointment of former home secretary GK Pillai as observer.
The Hyderabad Cricket Association (HCA) has accepted the recommendations of the Supreme Court-appointed committee unanimously and in its entirety.
The English squad is yet to receive their daily allowances from the BCCI since the tour MoU is yet to be signed by the two Boards.
Lodha Committee has told BCCI that payments to players and officials for all board-organised tournaments, like the Ranji Trophy, can be made directly under existing terms.
After presenting his first report slamming the Justice RM Lodha Committee, former SC judge, Markandey Katju, had promised a final version. However, the BCCI, which had hired him to counter the Lodha panel, has distanced itself from Katju.
BCCI Sec Shirke had sought directions about payments for the visiting team during a bilateral series, whether they could ask ECB to make their payments as BCCI couldn't transact.
Fails to specify when the bids would be opened. Cites "unforeseen" circumstances over which it has "no control".
SC has directed the BCCI to freeze all financial transactions with state associations.
BCCI secretary personally invited RCA representative but President Thakur refused to allow him into the meeting.
The Indian cricket board (BCCI) adjourned its special general body meeting after it was discovered that some of the authority letters from different associations representing their respective states were defective.
The BCCI made a surplus of Rs 111.83 crore in the last fiscal, a dip of over Rs 55 crore as compared to the previous one, said its Treasurer Anirudh Chaudhry.
The BCCI will announce the release of the Indian Premier League (IPL) media rights tender in New Delhi on September 18. The tender will be available for prospective buyers from September 19 for a month.
Ajay Shirke, who hasn't flown to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, as part of a generous junket organised by Anurag Thakur, submitted the first compliance report to the Supreme Court-authorised Lodha Committee on August 25.
The BCCI cannot hold its forthcoming (87th) Annual General Meeting (AGM) until it is allowed by the Lodha Committee.
BCCI filed a petition in Supreme Court seeking review of its July 19 verdict, saying the bench headed by Chief Justice T S Thakur had âa prejudiced approachâ against it and he should recuse from hearing the matter.
Advises BCCI to file a review petition before a larger bench of the apex court
Karnataka body approaches Justice Hegde to modify constitution
Ganguly took call to avoid confusion
Ministers and IAS officers have been disqualified from handling key positions following Lodha panel's recommendation.
The recommendations are not acceptable said the former BCCI Chief.
Bishan Singh Bedi and Kirti Azad allege if the system is opened up then BCCI can get more capable and efficient cricket administrators
Rajasthan Cricket Association has written to the BCCI showing willingness to conduct IPL matches.
There have been protests over the IPL matches being held in Maharashtra, and the Bombay HC has come down heavily on the BCCI.
The former IPL Chairman had a unique suggestion for the BCCI.
BCCI faces scathing criticism from apex court for maintaining that any judicial interference in its functioning would compromise its autonomy.
The ICC has been exposed for double standards in the way it has treated men and women at the World T20 in India.
Justice (retired) Mukul Mudgal, who was directed by the Delhi High Court to oversee preparations for the ICC World T20 at the DDCA, said that it was a big relief as matches are being held at the Feroz Shah Kotla.
The International Cricket Council has confirmed to Hong Kong officials that it was not specifically investigating Hong Kong over match-fixing, finally putting an end to speculation raised after ambiguous comments made this week by the bodyâs anti-corruption chief.
Sony Pictures Networks (SPN) has sold all its inventory for the ninth season of the cash-rich Indian Premier League (IPL) and expects to earn advertising revenue of about Rs 1,200 crore.
Alviro Petersen, the former South Africa opener, has emerged as the highest profile and most intriguing player to be sucked into the match-fixing scandal that has rocked South African cricket.
According to figures released by the BCCI, Virat Kohli surpassed Mahendra Singh Dhoni as the highest paid cricketer in the ninth season of the Indian Premier League. Click to know how much your favorite cricketers are earning this season.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Suresh Raina, who were part of the now-suspended CKS franchise, have been picked up by Pune and Rajkot, respectively. Here's the full draft of Indian and overseas players picked up for the ninth edition of the Indian Premier League, as covered by newspapers across the country.
Lalit Modi is back as the President of the Rajasthan Cricket Association after BJP leader Amin Pathan withdrew his no-confidence motion. Here's how the newspapers across India covered this news!
As new BCCI President opposed the idea of the 'Big Three' dominating and bullying the ICC, here's how Indian newspapers covered the story.
ICC match referee Jeff Crowe has rated the track at Nagpur, which hosted the third Test between India and South Africa, as âpoorâ, triggering a review of the performance of the pitch under the ICC Pitch Monitoring Process.
Mehmood Abdi, Lalit Modi's lawyer, denies receiving any summons from the Enforcement Directorate on behalf of his client, as per a report in The Asian Age.
A reader voices her opinion in support of an article published in The Financial Express about the Indian media's biased coverage of the LalitGate controversy.
media reports on BCCI's Anti Corruption Unit (ACU) Neeraj Kumar touring Bangladesh with the Indian cricket team as designated anti-corruption official.
Media coverage of BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur hinting at N Srinivasan's ouster from the ICC chairman's post, in a bid to clean up cricket.
Media coverage of Anurag Thakur's open letter to N Srinivasan asking him to share a list of "suspected bookies", a day after the BCCI secretary was issued a warning for being spotted with an alleged bookie.
Media coverage of The Essel Group's acknowledgement of its plans to re-enter the cricket world and make cricket a global sport.
Here's how Indian newspapers covered former Delhi police commissioner, Neeraj Kumar's appointment as the chief advisor of BCCI's Anti Corruption & Security Unit (ACSU) for a year.
Media coverage of the controversial presentation ceremony, following the Cricket World Cup 2015 final at the MCG. While ICC president Mustafa Kamal was denied his right to hand over the winners' trophy, ICC chairman N Srinivasan was roundly booed when his name was announced during the presentation ceremony.
Press coverage of Lalit Modi's reaction to the attack on his Rajasthan Cricket Association supporters. The bus carrying his loyalists were attacked and prevented from reaching the venue to thwart the no-confidence motion passed against him.
Press Coverage on the eve of the Special General Body Meeting of the Rajasthan Cricket Association
Media coverage of CAB's decision to move the Supreme Court seeking contempt proceedings against N Srinivasan and other BCCI officials for holding a meeting of its working committee to decide on holding AGM in March in alleged violation of the apex court direction.
Indian newspapers cover Rajasthan High Court's observation that the no-confidence motion by Amin Pathan was wholly illegal and arbitrary, as the meeting was held without notice and the requisite notice period of 21 days.
Here's how the Indian media covered the landmark ruling of the Supreme Court, which barred N Srinivasan from contesting BCCI elections till such time he had "commercial interest in cricket".
Media coverage of the Supreme Court reserving its verdict on the plea for barring N Srinivasan from seeking reelection as the BCCI president and terminating IPL franchisee Chennai Super Kings, owned by his company India Cements Limited.
The Supreme Court asked the BCCI to place before it a list of administrators and players having various commercial interests, including in the IPL and the Champions League T20.
The Supreme Court said that the onus is on Srinivasan to prove that there is no conflict of interest in his role as the BCCI president and owner of IPL franchise Chennai Super Kings.
Indian media coverage of the Supreme Court reprimanding N Srinivasan for his 'conflict of interest' as the BCCI president and owner of IPL franchise Chennai Super Kings, and its decision to defer the BCCI AGM to January 2015.
Media coverage of the Lalit Modi Group's decision to move court against the new 'working president' of Rajasthan Cricket Association, Amin Pathan.
Newspapers report Sanjay Patel's removal from the secretary's post by his own state association Baroda Cricket Association (BCA) after a court in Vadodara rejected his plea.
Media coverage of the ongoing BCCI-RCA tiff, and the subsequent intervention by the Rajasthan High Court
Lalit Modi reveals his comeback plan in an interview with SportBusiness International, after his passport was restored by the High Court.
Media coverage of Lalit Modi's reaction after the High Court restored his passport and set aside all orders against the RCA chief.
RCA may take legal recourse regarding the reported move by the BCCI to form an ad-hoc committee to run the affairs of the state body.
Media coverage of Lalit Modi's re-election as the President of Nagaur Cricket Association.
Media coverage of Lalit Modi's thoughts on Srinivasan becoming ICC Chairman.
Clarke allegedly strong-armed the ICC into withdrawing an investigation into fixing in a match involving the England women's team.
BCCI President for IPL, Sunil Gavasakar revealed that two players were approached by bookies during the ongoing IPL season.
The vacation bench of the Supreme Court declines to reinstate Srinivasan as BCCI President.
The Justice Mukul Mudgal Committee will conduct probe against N Srinivasan and top cricketers in the IPL betting and spot-fixing scandal.
Lalit Modi talks about how he conceived the IPL and the current state of affairs within the league and the BCCI in his interview with Business Today.
Lalit Modi talks about the road ahead for RCA and the BCCI in an interview to Hindustan Times.
A thumping win for Lalit Modi in the Rajasthan Cricket Association by 24 votes out of 33 puts him back in the President's seat
Newly-elected RCA President Modi says BCCI can take action him but not his association
Honorary Secretary of the BCCI explains their rationale behind RCA suspension.
IPL founder makes comeback to cricket administration after winning Rajasthan Cricket Association election.
BCCI objects to Justice Mukul Mudgal heading the IPL probe panel; wants a fresh panel to conduct the inquiry.
A glimpse of news stories reported in the media on the Supreme Court proceedings regarding the IPL corruption scandal.
The Baroda Cricket Association remove the BCCI Secretary from its managing committee because his selection was unconstitutional.
Former IPL Chairman, Lalit Modi wants the CBI to investigate into the IPL spot-fixing and betting scandal.
Former BCCI President, N Srinivasan named in IPL probe report submitted by retired Justice Mukul Mudgal; Supreme Court demands inquiry.
Coverage in the media on how RCA and other state associations are seeking clarification on BCCI's stance in legal tussle with the Supreme Court.
Cricket Association of Bihar chief alleges that JSCA President Amitabh Chaudhry is involved in corrupt practices; calls for CBI inquiry.
Wisden's take on how the Big Three of international cricket administration are jeopardising the future of the sport.
Lalit Modi explains why the BCCI cannot disaffiliate RCA if he is declared president.
Modi speaks about the charges levelled against him and recent developments in Indian cricket.
Newspaper reports of RCA's reaction to IPL matches being shifted from Jaipur to Ahmedabad.
Former New Zealand cricket captain, Chris Cairns revealed that he was interviewed by Scotland Yard for his alleged involvement in match-fixing.
The Federation of International Cricketers' Association expresses its disapproval of N Srinivasan having a potential role at ICC.
Newspaper reports on former BCCI President, Shashank Manohar's call to suspend IPL 2014.
The Supreme Court instructs Srinivasan to step down as BCCI chief. Calls his staying on nauseating for cricket.
An overview of the media coverage garnered after the Supreme Court's proposal to suspend CSK and RR.
Glimpses of statements made by I.S Bindra in the media regarding the mismanagement at the helm of affairs at BCCI.
Regional Media Coverage pan-India of Lalit Modi calls for Srinivasan's ouster. IS Bindra blogs for his immediate removal.
Media coverage after Supreme Court's observer NM Kasliwal allows Lalit Modi to contest RCA elections.
The President of the Sri Ganganagar District Cricket Association, has filed a criminal complaint with the Marine Drive Police Station at Mumbai against N. Srinivasan.
The court Ms. Ruby Alka Gupta, learned additional District Judge - 02 at the Patilal House Courts New Delhi has held in its order obtained on October 19th 2013 that the suit filed by Mr Lalit Modi in February 2013 is maintainable.
A glimpse of the media coverage garnered after the Rajasthan High Court stayed the BCCI ban
With international-level players like Sreesanth getting caught in spot fixing, donât you thing that the IPL plant that you planted is drying up, almost to death?
Lalit Modi, now in exile in London, was the architect of the billion-dollar cricket league. A league which has revolutionised the game completely, making India the true commercial epicentre of the sport.
Former chairman of the Indian Premier League said Thursday was the sad day for Indian cricket. Speaking to the media after three Rajasthan Royals players, including Sreesanth, was arrested allegedly for spot-fixing at least three separate IPL games, Modi slammed the current IPL organisers for "lack of governance."
Architect of the beleaguered Indian T20 league, Lalit Modi, came down hard on its chairman Rajeev Shukla as well as the BCCI for the current mess that the cash-rich tournament currently finds itself in following the arrests of Rajasthan Royals players S Sreesanth, Ankeet Chavan and Ajit Chandila on spot-fixing charges on Thursday.
A special court on Monday took cognisance of the chargesheet filed by Mumbai police in Juhu rave party case, in which IPL player Rahul Sharma and actor couple Apoorva Agnihotri and Shilpa Agnihotri are among the accused.
Half-centuries by senior pro Yuvraj Singh and the talented Unmukt Chand helped North Zone cruise to a comfortable eight-wicket victory over Central Zone to enter the Deodhar Trophy final, here on Monday.
Former Indian Premier League (IPL) commissioner Lalit Modi has got a reprieve from the UK authorities which told India that Modi cannot be extradited without a court request.
BCCI President N Srinivasan and disciplinary committee members Jyotiraditya Scindia and Arun Jaitley have been issued summons by a Delhi court on a plea by former IPL commissioner Lalit Modi.
Modi made the allegations in the book âBookie Gambler Fixer Spy: A Journey to the Heart of Cricketâs Underworldâ written by British journalist Ed Hawkins.
Former IPL commissioner Lalit Modi has said that spot-fixing is "rife in the game" and that he has survived three attempts on his life for refusing to fix IPL matches.
Former IPL Commissioner Lalit Modi has rubbished media reports that the Indian government has sought help of British authorities to deport him from the United Kingdom, saying such stories were based on "innuendo and misinformation".
The IPL brand, as a single entity including all the stakeholders, was valued at $4.13 billion in 2010, when the tournament was at its peak with former chairman Lalit Modi at the helm.
Former Indian Premier League (IPL) chairman Lalit Modi on Thursday, fired a fresh salvo at Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) president N Srinivasan, alleging that he is trying to "gift" the Hyderabad franchise to his "friends".
Former IPL Commissioner Lalit Modi has said allegations levelled in show cause notices by the ED for alleged forex law violations of over Rs 1,310 crore in the conduct of the T20 tournament in South Africa concerned "collective responsibilities" rather than being personal.
I've been advocating action from the IPL Governing Council for some time to ensure the future prosperity of brand IPL. They must act for the benefit of the supporters, owners, sponsors and all commercial partners but progress â if any â appears to be dangerously slow.
A day after accusing the Indian Premier League (IPL) chairman Rajeev Shukla of planning to start a Twenty20 League in the United Arab Emirates, former IPL boss Lalit Modi on Tuesday tweeted documents that allegedly supported his claims.
Former Indian Premier League chairman Lalit Modi has settled his libel case against England and Wales Cricket Board chairman Giles Clarke out-of-court, an ECB statement said on Tuesday.
Former England captain Tony Greig has urged India to accept the "spirit of cricket is more important than generating billions of dollars". India is cricket's economic powerhouse, driving the finance of the global game through the sponsorship and broadcast deals that derive from the sport's huge popularity in the world's second most populous nation.
South Africa will host the fourth edition of the Champions League Twenty20 in October with Pakistan's Sialkot Stallions being the new entrant, it was confirmed on Tuesday.
Rehabilitating at the National Cricket Academy (NCA), Yuvraj Singh on Tuesday said that hitting the nets after being treated for cancer is a "big achievement" for him and he is hoping for things to get better with each passing day.
Indian Premiere league, inventor, Lalith Modi is said to be on the Dawood hit list. According to the various city high police alert, Lalith was on the hit list during the IPL season. So, for this reason, his security was beefed up during the IPL series.
Jealousy could be the reason for negative attitudes in England towards the cash-rich Indian Premier League (IPL), Delhi Daredevils batting star Kevin Pietersen said.
A day after Shashank Manohar, who played a key role in bringing Sahara into the IPL fold in 2010 was asked to mediate the BCCI-Sahara talks, a senior BCCI official has categorically denied any further discussions with the corporate group.
Former IPL commissioner Lalit Modi on Tuesday claimed that the auction for the 2009 edition of the cash-rich T20 tournament was "rigged" in favour of Chennai Super Kings whose owner, N Srinivasan, is now the president of the Indian Cricket Board.
Former IPL chairman Lalit Modi on Saturday blamed BCCI president N Srinivasan's arrogant style of functioning for Sahara Group's decision to snap all the ties with the Cricket Board.
Lalit has this week been officially recognised as one of the world's leading sports innovators at a prestigious International Sports Management Awards evening in London.
The BCCI wields too much power according to FICA chief Tim May
West Indies legend Michael Holding criticises the BCCI for wielding too much power
Somerset Entertainment Ventures deny that Lalit Modi is involved in their organisation
Richard Sydenham writes about the BCCI's domineering nature
Lalit Modi distances himself from having any links with the SLPL
The Australian bowling legend credits Lalit Modi for a memorable spell with the IPL.
Samanth Subramanian provides an in-depth view of the emergence of the IPL under the guidance of Lalit Modi.
Lalit Modi and the Indian Premier League
'Only family believed in my idea'
LKM decides to speak out on the various allegations he's facing from the BCCI
Modi responds to allegations of corruption
Lalit Modi cites security concerns for not returning to India
Big Bash is no competition to the IPL, say experts
LKM responds to allegations of planning a rebel league in England.
Lalit Modi reveals how his passion for cricket helped him create the Indian Premier League