Sunil Gavaskar feels that a man of former captain Sourav Ganguly's "capability" should be used by the BCCI in the running of Indian cricket team provided the 'Prince of Calcutta' can find time from his busy schedule.
The secretary of the unrecognised Cricket Association of Bihar Aditya Verma has written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi urging him to constitute a high-level enquiry committee to investigate whether former BCCI top brass allegedly tapping phones of Board officials.
Rahul Ghosh, the 20-year-old cricketer who was hospitalised last Tuesday after being hit on the head while fielding in a local league match, was discharged on Monday night after doctors declared him “stable”.
Kolkata Knight Riders on Sunday showed a noble gesture by including the deceased cricketer Ankit Keshri as the 16th member of their side in an IPL T20 cricket match against Rajasthan Royals at Eden Gardens, here.
Rahul Ghosh, the 20-year-old cricketer who was hospitalised on Tuesday after being hit on the head while fielding in a local league match is “gradually improving”, his attending doctor said on Thursday.
Amid allegation of "medical negligence", a blame game has begun following the tragic death of promising Bengal opening batsman Ankit Keshri who passed away this morning owing to an injury sustained during a cricket match a few days back.
Round-the-clock monitoring by CCTV cameras, strict check on movement around players' dressing rooms with hundreds of policemen posted in and around the stadium - the city police have put in place elaborate security arrangements for the eighth edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) that starts at the Eden Gardens here on Wednesday.
The relationship between N Srinivasan and Mustafa Kamal might have been acrimonious in recent times but BCCI president Jagmohan Dalmiya on Saturday in a show of goodwill hosted a dinner party for the Bangladesh U-17 side that will play "Friendship Series' against CAB colts.
Exuding confidence that the BCCI will favourably consider proposal to grant affiliation to the Cricket Association of Bihar (CAB), its Secretary Aditya Verma said it is only a matter of time that cricketers of Bihar get to take part in Ranji Trophy and other tournaments.