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Mumbai: In an apparent show of solidarity with Indian women’s Cricket team, the team India may opt out of the upcoming Champions Trophy. The faceoff with the ICC came after the latter penalised Indian women’s Cricket team for refusing to play against Pakistan. Peeved of at the decision, the Indian men’s team may opt out …

New Delhi: Calling it a positive step for the Indian Cricket.Cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar has come in the support of Decision Review System (DRS), “If BCCI have studied well and they are convinced with modifications in DRS, then, I think it is a positive step,” said Sachin. What else Master Blaster said? The whole thing was …

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday allowed Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to make an expenditure of Rs. 58.66 lakhs regarding the 1st Test match against England in Rajkot beginning November 9. Earlier, owing to the Lodha Committee’s order of not releasing funds, Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) …

New Delhi: Questioning Lodha recommendations, former Indian Cricket team director Ravi Shastri on Saturday said that Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) should follow 80 to 85 percent of Lodha recommendations and remain stern on other points. Talking to a news channel, Shastri said: 80 to 85 percent of Lodha Committee recommendations should …

Gujarat's 23-year old Hardik Pandya, though yet to cement his place in One dayers, has made cut into Indian test cricket team which is slated to play five test matches against visiting England side starting November 9 next.

Visakhapatnam: In a tribute to women across the globe, Indian Cricket team players wore jerseies with names of their mothers on them. Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has partnered with broadcasters Star Plus in a campaign named Nayi Soch following which the players arei wearing such jerseys. Indian team is playing a …

The SC, however, said that the funds would be released after the board proves its genuineness of association affidavits to abide and implement reforms recommended by the Lodha Committee. BCCI President Anurag Thakur and Secretary Ajay Shirkey have been asked by the court to file

New Delhi: In a major setback to Board of Cricket for Control in India (BCCI), the Supreme Court on Tuesday dismissed former’s petition urging the court to review the verdict supporting Lodha committee’s administrative reforms. “The judgement is unconstitutional and contrary to many binding precedents of this Court and adversely affects and nullifies the fundamental rights …