Ajay Shirke's assertion came in the wake of the Deloitte audit report of the Hyderabad Cricket Association that unearthed several financial irregularities.
The Lodha committee had asked for the appointment of former Union home secretary GK Pillai as “observer”, especially to monitor all BCCI contracts.
Technical Committee had decided to reschedule the fifth round matches between Gujarat-Bengal and Hyderabad-Tripura.
Despite BCCI’s new initiative, league games continue to get shorter as teams fight for spots in the knock-outs.
According to the International Cricket Council (ICC), BCCI failed to respond to the queries on their stand on matches against Pakistan.
The result has dented Bengal's chances of qualifying. They now have accrued 16 points to be placed sixth. Baroda are placed seventh with 6 points.
The letter, examined by The Indian Express, referred to the BCCI’s status report submitted before the Supreme Court-appointed committee on August 25.
The Lodha panel wants an observer to oversee the cricket board’s administration especially with reference to the “award of contracts, transparency norms, and audit.”
Rajkot was an aberration, pitch and toss-wise. Normality returned at Vizag.
Anupam Sanklecha stuck to his plan of bowling in the right areas in both innings as Maharashtra team secured an innings victory.
BCCI secretary Ajay Shirke said that the Lodha Committee has granted approval to make payment to the players directly.
Lalit Yadav in his debut season has already bagged a couple of five-fors despite being only into his fourth Ranji Trophy fixture.
Fortunately, Virat Kohli and his team had the luxury of having their DA paid in advance before the Test series.
Anupam Sanklecha ripped through Vidarbha with a careerbest seven-wicket haul as they crashed to their lowest score of 59 against Maharahstra.
A Rajasthan cricket insider informed they have “only a few crores” in the bank but the money is used “for conducting local tournaments”
BCCI secretary Ajay Shirke described the order as "logical" while confirming that the cricket board will deal with the vendors directly as per the court ruling.
Assam had been presented with a victory target of 64 and they got there in 15.4 overs, losing Rahul Hazarika’s wicket.
Jaydev Unadkat picked up six wickets to keep Saurashtra in the game but could not stop Assam from taking first innings lead.
Arup Das returned with 7/39 from 13 overs as Saurashtra tottered at 121/9 when stumps were drawn on Day Two.
The BCCI has reiterated its helplessness about “forcing” the members to adopt the Lodha Committee recommendations in totality.
England are in India to play five Tests, the first of which starts at Rajkot on November 9. This will be followed by ODIs and T20s in 2017.
The continuing impasse between the BCCI and the Lodha Committee has put the India-England Test series under a cloud.
Lodha Committee also asks for audit reports of four state associations and sets November 8 as deadline.
India have been unbeaten at home in Tests since they lost to England in Kolkata back in 2012-13 series.
In a letter to England cricket team manager Phil Neal, BCCI secretary Ajay Shirke apologised for the inconvenience caused.
Maybe, Hardik Pandya is the latest in the list of Indian cricket’s endless search for a seam-bowling all-rounder in the longer format.
The board has also said due to the restrictions put by the apex court, they were yet to sign an agreement to incur hospitality expenses for the visitors.
KL Rahul’s hamstring creates a bit of suspense about the opening slot as selectors meet to pick Test squad.
A segment of MS Dhoni’s close connections, however, feels a bit let down by the “distortion of facts” and his brother Narendra missing from the film.
Over-reliance on Virat Kohli comes to the fore again as India crumble to 19-run defeat after his exit; New Zealand square series 2-2
Jayant Yadav took seven wickets in two unofficial India A Tests in Australia and has been Haryana's stand-out performer.
Over last 10 months, Virat Kohli has got little support from his mates — MS Dhoni’s 80 in Mohali was exception
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.
This modern day cowboy and me, we had a good thing going.