The BCCI had suspended the RCA two years ago after former IPL commissioner Lalit Modi was elected as its president.
Preity Zinta told officials who attended IPL working group meeting that she had seen such activities from close quarters and had wanted to speak earlier about this but possessed no proof.
India 'A' coach Rahul Dravid speaks to The Indian Express, says adaptability is key to succeeding in modern-day cricket.
Devendra Pandey talks to Sunil Gavaskar to understand where our batsmen are lacking when it comes to playing spin.
Once the land of magical spinners and wristy batsmen, India have managed to unlearn an old art.
Gurkeerat Singh (87 & 2/42) carried India 'A' through to beat Australia 'A' by 4 wickets and win the tri-series.
Mayank Agarwal and Manish Pandey shared a 203-run partnership for the 2nd wicket as India A won a high-scoring thriller on Thursday.
Karn talks about his journey from toiling away for long hours at the Diesel Locomotive Works to becoming one of Team India prospects.
The offending piece of food that triggered the bout of Delhi belly was either butter chicken or pizza.
Early last year, the then BCCI president Srinivasan intervened to get commentators a favourable contract.
Australia A's second win over the hosts in the series, however, wasn't as convincing as the first.
Maharashtra has two Test centres — VCA in Nagpur and MCA (Wankhede Stadium) which have been picked to host T20 World Cup.
Cricket South Africa also issued a press release, saying that currently 10 of their players are in hospital.
Suresh Raina was initially named captain for the three ODIs and two T20s against Zimbabwe.
Despite coming under the BCCI banner, each state association has different style of working and undertaking cricketing activities.
India A’s batsmen couldn’t make amends for their bowlers as they kept losing wickets at regular intervals.
Unmukt said he was banking on his batsmen to fire in unison against the visitors.
It was Samson the wicketkeeper, and not the batsman, who wanted some additional practice time.
The 25-year old spinner soon informed the episode to the ACSU officer associated with the team.
Over the next 10 days India 'A' will have Rahul Dravid to mentor them, and luckily most of them are still relatively young.
Rasool knows that past season hasn’t been ideal for him but he also believes that he didn’t get enough opportunities to prove himself
Seven years down the line, Virat Kohli is leading the Indian side for Test series in Sri Lanka.
MCA is backing left-arm spinner Ankeet Chavan against the severe penalty laid upon him by the Indian board.
It will be the first time that UPCA has roped in an international cricketer from outside India.
Sources in the board revealed that it would look into the cases of Chandila and Hiken Shah in the first week of August.
Board secretary Anurag Thakur had already asked the members to sign ‘no conflict of interest’ declaration; players next in line.
Teams unhappy as for the second year running BCCI not to conduct tournament.
The young batsman shot to limelight with some important knocks for Royal Challengers Bangalore in the last IPL.
Lodha panel to take 5 months to submit report suggesting reforms, allowing BCCI time to get act together.
All members agreed that BCCI have to find a way to ensure that IPL consisted of a minimum of 8 teams.
Terminating the two franchises was one of the options put forward at the IPL governing council meeting held in Mumbai.
BCCI officials, who are aware of the development, say they will ask Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley to request Dalmiya to step down.
The BCCI has called for an IPL Governing Council on July 19 at their headquarters in Mumbai.
Hiken had moved to J&K for the 2009 season earlier after being in and out of the Mumbai side – dropped finally in December of 2008.
BCCI cracks down on the Mumbai cricketer for having approached RR’s Pravin Tambe; batsman pleads ‘not guilty’.
The patch-up is supposed to have taken place on the sidelines of the ICC annual conference in Barbados last month.
A chronicle of imperial rule in 19th century India, largely through the life and times of a clan of redoubtable Lowland Scots.