Sanjay Patel loses secretary’s chair but Srinivasan loyalists win seven of nine posts; Dalmiya is president.
Former ICC-BCCI chief Sharad Pawar was a key player in the Indian cricket board elections, though he did not contest.
Jagmohan Dalmiya is all set to return as BCCI president more than a decade after he last held the top job.
Karnataka outplayed a young Mumbai team by 112 runs to enter the final of the Ranji Trophy.
Set a daunting target of 445 runs, Mumbai were 61 for no loss at stumps on day two of the semifinal.
Mumbai touched a new low as they were bundled out for 44, their second lowest innings total in the Ranji Trophy.
Paceman Shardul Thakur will be Mumbai’s go-to man ahead of semifinal against Karnataka.
'Experts’ (about 46 former cricketers) will be omnipresent on the TV screen and other forms of media.
Some nervous minutes passed as Bengal batted doggedly. Madhya Pradesh needed two more wickets to thwart Mumbai’s plans.
Harmeet Singh bowled a negative line throughout the day, hoping to get the better of Ravikumar Samarth.
West Indies made short work of a high anticipated clash, winning by nine wickets.
In their do-or-die league match, small moments hurt Mumbai dearly as they try entering knockouts.
Srinivasan emphasized how the BCCI had become financially even more powerful in the cricket world.
Lad was unconquered on 94 while Patil was not out on 85 as the 6th wicket duo put the visiting team attack to the sword.
In final group stage round, 7 teams are in contention for 5 Q/F spots.
The BCCI has cleared Ojha's action; he is now eligible to play in next Ranji encounter against HP.
Pawar is scheduled to meet prime minister Narendra Modi in Baramati in a few weeks.
Shardul Thakur was instrumental in his team notching up an outright win for Mumbai in the Group A Ranji Match.
Wasim Jaffers injury later came as a blessing in disguise and Iyer was made to bat up the order.
With Mumbai's bowling looking weaker than ever, selectors finally gave a call-up to the Singhs.
Mumbai skipper Tare scored an unbeaten 67.
Mumbai’s impatient selectors kept fighting it out during selection meeting.
Surya's resignation has been accepted by the selection committee of the Mumbai Cricket Association.
Earlier in the day, Delhi’s bowlers failed to grab early wickets.
Srinivasan has also informed the IPL governing council about CSK’s demerger from India Cements.
Khurana’s unbeaten 63 came in 123 deliveries and he shepherded Tripathi through a semi-crisis.
Sharad Pawar who has been critical of Srinivasan the last few days, staked claims to bringing about a change.
Opening the innings, Gambhir cracked seven boundaries and one six in his unbeaten 217-ball innings.
Delhi's decision to field was not a bad one but it was Gugale who negated the good work done by the bowlers. Swapnil Gugale scored 174.
A 17-year-old Shankar Sajjan, a legspinner, is physically challenged with deformed hands.
Pujara had a mediocre tour Down Under, scoring just 201 runs in three Tests.
Iyer has raised his bar since being promoted from junior to senior cricket with consecutive tons.
Ojha and Bundela powered the visitors into a strong position against Mumbai at Wankhede.
Yadav took full advantage of a pedestrian MP bowling attack to stroke his way to 135.
Dhoni’s Test retirement means those ’keepers in a seemingly endless wait for an India spot can dream again.
Warning signs for BCCI as most bowlers hauled up for suspect action are age-group cricketers.
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