BCCI wastes lakhs by adjourning Working Committee meeting: Report
BCCI wastes lakhs by adjourning Working Committee meeting: Report

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has ended up wasting lakhs of rupees after their decision to adjourn the Working Committee meeting to be held in Kolkata on Friday.

No major decisions at BCCI finance committee meeting
No major decisions at BCCI finance committee meeting

No major decisions could be taken at the Finance Committee meeting of the BCCI here on Friday apart from the Annual Accounts being passed due to the absence of its Chairman Jyotiraditya Scindia.

N Srinivasan to take part in BCCI working committee meeting today as TNCA representative: Report
N Srinivasan to take part in BCCI working committee meeting today as TNCA representative: Report

Reports on Friday claimed that former BCCI president N Srinivasan is going to attend the Working Committee meeting to be held in Kolkata.

Aditya Verma urges Jagmohan Dalmiya to keep N Srinivasan away from working committee
Aditya Verma urges Jagmohan Dalmiya to keep N Srinivasan away from working committee

Petitioner in the IPL spot-fixing case, Aditya Verma has shot a letter to the legal head of BCCI U N Bannerjee and all the Working Committee members, requesting them not to allow N Srinivasan in the meeting in Kolkata on Friday.

Will N Srinivasan attend BCCI's working committee meet on Friday?
Will N Srinivasan attend BCCI's working committee meet on Friday?

It's still not clear whether incumbent Tamil Nadu Cricket Association (TNCA) president N Srinivasan will attend the BCCI's working committee meeting to be held on Friday in Kolkata.

N Srinivasan to attend BCCI working committee meeting in Kolkata
N Srinivasan to attend BCCI working committee meeting in Kolkata

According to a report in the Times of India, former BCCI president N Srinivasan will attend the board's working committee meeting in Kolkata on August 28.

How N Srinivasan gave commentators bumper contracts despite production chief's objection
How N Srinivasan gave commentators bumper contracts despite production chief's objection

According to a report in the Indian Express, remuneration of commentators was decided by top BCCI officials who even overruled the chief of the board’s production unit.

Anurag Thakur sidelined Jagmohan Dalmiya during ad-hoc committee formation: Report
Anurag Thakur sidelined Jagmohan Dalmiya during ad-hoc committee formation: Report

According to a report in the DNA, Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) secretary kept president Jagmohan Dalmiya in the dark during the formation process of ad-hoc committees in the states of Bihar and Uttarakhand.

SC gives Justice Lodha Committee five more months to complete task on BCCI reforms
SC gives Justice Lodha Committee five more months to complete task on BCCI reforms

The Supreme Court on Friday gave the Justice R.M.Lodha committee five more months time to complete its work on suggesting reforms in the administration of Indian cricket body BCCI to make it working transparent and free from any conflict of interest.

Indian hockey in perpetual state of instability

"For Hockey India and SAI, the coaches are just puppets who should move according to their wishes," said Jose Brasa in a scathing indictment of Hockey India (HI) president Narinder Batra after news first emerged that Paul van Ass was set to go as Indian men's team's chief coach.

Don't see any issue with conflict of interest agreement: Sourav Ganguly
Don't see any issue with conflict of interest agreement: Sourav Ganguly

Asserting that there is no reason to fear signing the 'conflict of agreement' understanding, former India captain Sourav Ganguly has said that the BCCI's move to make cricket a clean affair should be taken in the right spirit.

After BCCI members, players are in line to sign 'no conflict of interest': Report
After BCCI members, players are in line to sign 'no conflict of interest': Report

It seems that after Lodha Committee raised questions over 'conflict of interest' issue within the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), the newly elected board members are taking the matter seriously to avoid future repercussions.

Chronology of IPL 6 spot-fixing and betting scandal
Chronology of IPL 6 spot-fixing and betting scandal

Following is the chronology of events in IPL 6 spot-fixing and betting scandal in which a Delhi court on Saturday discharged all the accused in the case:

BCCI officials to sign 'no conflict of interest' undertaking
BCCI officials to sign 'no conflict of interest' undertaking

In its bid to clean the image of the sport, the BCCI has notified all the Board members to sign an undertaking declaring that they do not have 'conflict of interest' while holding functionary posts in their respective cricket associations.

Are calls for N Srinivasan's resignations justified?
Are calls for N Srinivasan's resignations justified?

When the Indian Premier League betting scandal was unravelling last year, with exposures of Sreesanth of Rajasthan Royals and Gurunath Meiyappan of the Chennai Super Kings colluding with syndicates in the UAE, then Board president N.Srinivasan's, (who was also owner of the CSK, and Meiyappan's father-in-law) response to calls for him to resign was that he himself had "done no wrong".

Shashank Manohar blames N Srinivasan for mess, demands his ouster as ICC chief
Shashank Manohar blames N Srinivasan for mess, demands his ouster as ICC chief

 Former BCCI president Shashank Manohar on Saturday squarely blamed N Srinivasan for the mess in the high-profile IPL, saying that he was the "root of all scandals" and should immediately step down as the ICC chairman.

IPL betting case: Held guilty despite no evidence against me, says Raj Kundra
IPL betting case: Held guilty despite no evidence against me, says Raj Kundra

Rajasthan Royals co-owner Raj Kundra on Wednesday pleaded his innocence and said that he has been held guilty despite not having evidence against him, following the Supreme Court-appointed Justice Lodha Committee verdict which suspended him for life from taking part in any form cricketing activity.

N Srinivasan should not represent BCCI in ICC now: Aditya Verma
N Srinivasan should not represent BCCI in ICC now: Aditya Verma

Aditya Verma, the petitioner in the IPL spot-fixing scandal, hailed the Lodha Committee verdict and demanded that BCCI should withdraw N Srinivasan's nomination as its representative in the ICC.

IPL betting case: Lodha Committee's verdict - As it happened...
IPL betting case: Lodha Committee's verdict - As it happened...

Two teams from cricket`s Indian Premier League could be banned from the glitzy Twenty20 tournament when a Supreme Court-appointed panel hands down its sentence on a corruption scandal.

Tainted IPL teams to receive punishment today
Tainted IPL teams to receive punishment today

Two teams from cricket`s Indian Premier League could be banned from the glitzy Twenty20 tournament when a Supreme Court-appointed panel hands down its sentence on a corruption scandal.