On an average, budget for hosting an ODI is Rs 2 crore. The JSCA’s current annual report shows, the association has sold the ground rights for this game to TCM for Rs 2 crore.
Delhi didn’t have the stomach for a fight, looking woefully short of skill and application.
Karnataka lead by 324 runs while Delhi has been chasing the game since they were bundled out for 90 in their first innings on Thursday.
Supreme Court order said the state units under the BCCI shall not be given a single penny until they implement the Lodha reforms in toto.
Gautam Gambhir’s team bowled out for paltry 90 with Karnataka seamer Sreenath Aravind grabbing four wickets.
R Vinay Kumar draws inspiration from the Delhi seamer Ashish Nehra and believes he could return to the national side.
A pitch inspection is planned for Wednesday and if the surface is proved unfit, India-New Zealand 5th ODI would be shifted.
BCCI is maintaining a rigid stance ahead of the hearing and continue to put the onus of not complying with the Court’s orders on their members.
Few members within the BCCI have opted to side completely with the Lodha committee recommendations.
Ajay Shirke added that BCCI is explaining the pure technical difficulties and seeking appropriate guidelines and directions from the Supreme Court .
Supreme Court barred the BCCI from releasing funds to 12 state associations if the Lodha committee reforms are not fully implemented.
In a letter to the members sent, BCCI president Anurag Thakur said he was pained at the 'frivolous comments' about the T20 league.
Ajay Shirke's letter to the panel secretary Gopal Sankaranarayanan, said that the decision of the cricket board’s bankers to freeze the accounts was the based on the Committee’s email.
Supreme Court-appointed committee asks state cricket units not to touch money transferred by the Indian cricket board.
Lodha panel secretary Gopal Sankaranarayanan has clarified that large funds cannot be distributed to state associations.
Winning is very important to him but like most captains Virat Kohli wants success through a collective effort.
India capture series and go top of Test rankings with an emphatic 178-run win over New Zealand on day four of the second Test at Eden Gardens.
Rohit Sharma has a century on Test debut, the ODI world record 264 against Sri Lanka, a Ranji Trophy double hundred at Eden.
On a day of intense cricket, mature knocks from Rohit, captain Kohli and Saha help revive the home team from a spot of bother, stretch the lead to 339
Wriddhiman Saha is a level-headed enough to not to let praise get to his head; he never took criticisms personally or sweated over it too much either.
Wriddhiman Saha lays platform with a belligerent 54 not out before Bhuvneshwar Kumar reduces New Zealand to 128/7 on a rain-splashed day.
New Zealand end the day on top, but India's plight could have been worse if not for the 141-run association between Cheteshwar Pujara and Ajinkya Rahane.
Matt Henry was not in the original New Zealand squad for India series and received the call-up as Tim Southee’s replacement.
Virat Kohli's predecessor, MS Dhoni, though has been a longstanding critic of DRS and has come up with various explanations to defend his strong opinion.
With Gautam Gambhir on stand-by and an injured KL Rahul expected to return soon, Shikhar Dhawan must make the most of his chances.
In Kanpur, Cheteshwar Pujara had scored 62 and 78 in India’s 197-run victory with strike-rates of 56.88 and 51.31 respectively.
Selectors seen to have missed a trick by picking Gautam Gambhir while ignoring the claims of Manish Pandey, Mayank Agarwal, Abhinav Mukund.
Within a week of the selection committee overhaul, the new panel has brought back Gautam Gambhir to the national team fold.
India-New Zealand second Test is the first time a match is being played at Eden Gardens in the month of September.
R Ashwin had a bruise on his right hand but that didn't stop him from hurting the New Zealand batting.
BCCI's curative petition, meant to ensure there’s no miscarriage of justice and to prevent abuse of process, may be filed after a review petition.
Sunil Gavaskar, who gave Indian cricket its self-respect, filled the void upon his arrival in 1971.
The Lodha panel, however, will keep a close eye on the proceedings.
Is Shashank Manohar a hero or a villian, or simply a man who has read the moment well? Shamik Chakrabarty weighs in.
David Richardson claimed that Anurag Thakur had verbally requested Shashank Manohar to write a letter to BCCI related to Lodha panel.
BCCI secretary Ajay Shirke has clarified the board's stance on revenue sharing, opposition with the ICC and his meeting with N Srinivasan.
A fictional biography of Kasturba Gandhi makes for a compelling read.