Supreme Court made it clear that office-bearers can have a cumulative 18-year-term.
Committee of Administrators upload new system of laws on the cricket board’s website, to appraise Supreme Court this week
The sacked BCCI selectors and employees have written to the cricket board, asking for the disbursement of dues.
Shashank Manohar clarifies that his sudden resignation has nothing to do with proposed ICC reforms or BCCI’s strong objection.
Shashank Manohar resigned from the post of ICC chairman and the board has become leaderless for the moment.
Jharkhand folded for 125 in 27.3 overs, but still managed to win the game as Saurashtra were 83 all out in 25.1 overs.
Ind vs Aus 2017: MCA claims that a week before the Test, it came under pressure from the Indian team management to dish out a dry and bald wicket
MS Dhoni took time to get into the groove before he started picking the gaps for singles and couples, and occasional boundaries.
COA directive calls time on the cricket administration careers of almost all high-profile BCCI and state association functionaries.
MS Dhoni's train journeys from Ranchi to Bokaro used to be his daily routine in 1997-98, when he was a junior cricketer.
Harmanpreet Kaur strikes eight runs from last two balls to pull off a heist versus South Africa in World Cup qualifier final.
Pune Supergiants ask MS Dhoni to step down; replace him with Steve Smith, who the official think can inject freshness into the side.
Asked if there’s any age restriction for the cricket board’s employees, RP Shah answered in the negative.
The COA's first job will be to conduct elections in all state cricket associations along with implementation of the reforms.
BCCI prohibits Indian cricketers from playing in foreign T20 leagues ostensibly to safeguard the IPL’s higher brand value.
Vikram Limaye, member of the SC-appointed COA was the BCCI’s representative at the ICC board meetings.
105 countries can vote, Big Three structure dismantled, independent female director among changes for approval
Vinod Rai declared BCCI Joint Secretary Amitabh Chaudhary ineligible to represent the board at the ICC meeting to be held in Dubai.
Ajay Shirke was removed as the BCCI secretary for noncompliance by the Supreme Court’s January 2 order.
Anurag Thakur, N Srinivasan and Ajay Shirke could be the BCCI’s choices for representation in the upcoming ICC Board meeting.
At the hearing on Tuesday, the clause that limits the stay of cricket office-bearers will come up for discussion again.
After 10 weeks, England finally find a way past India; survive a Kedar Jadhav special to win the last ODI by 5 runs.
With Shikhar Dhawan and KL Rahul struggling, Ajinkya Rahane might get a look in at the top.
With the series already lost, England would seek to restore some pride in the final One-dayer
The modification in the order gave many “disqualified” cricket administrators a lifeline and breathing space.
Yuvraj Singh and MS Dhoni roll back the years in a series-clinching effort as India bounce back from 25/3 to post 381 before restricting England to 366.
On his comeback to the Indian squad, Yuvraj Singh scored his 14th ODI century, which included 21 fours and four sixes.
England bowlers practise short-pitched stuff as they aim to contain Virat Kohli in the do-or-die second ODI at Barabati.
Lodha Committee’s latest directives debar a disqualified administrator to discharge “any other role” in BCCI or state association.
Supreme Court is likely to name a panel of administrators to oversee the implementation of the Lodha reforms on January 19.
Lodha committee’s latest directives, issued through FAQs, debar likes of Anurag Thakur and Ajay Shirke to return to the BCCI even as nominees
FIFA World Cup shifting to 48 teams will dilute the intensity of the competition but more teams will get a chance at the highest level.
Supreme Court is likely to name a panel of administrators on January 19 to oversee the functioning of the BCCI and implement the Lodha reforms.
Yuvraj Singh is a short-term fix with the ICC Champions Trophy scheduled later this year and doesn’t appear a sound logic.
The selectors also had plans to rest three frontline spinners - R Ashwin, Ravindra Jadeja and Jayant Yadav for the whole limited-overs leg against England.
Interestingly, Srinivasan has once again become a key figure in the BCCI to decide the way forward.
The story arcs of these three characters are, unfortunately, the least interesting.