India and Pakistan have not played a bilateral series since 2013 but have faced each other in mutli-nation tournaments such as Champions Trophy and Asia Cup. They are scheduled to play in Manchester on June 16.
Rajeev Shukla's personal aide was forced to resign after he was suspended by the BCCI following a sting operation which alleged that he sought bribes to facilitate selection of players in the Uttar Pradesh team.
Cong leader and IPL chief Rajeev Shukla talks about why some recommendations of Lodha panel can make BCCI the “poorest board”, the presence of politicians in sports bodies, how Rahul is “well-qualified” to lead the party and why acting on the basis of initials in a note in AgustaWestland case will set “wrong precedent”
The IPL Chairman, a BCCI old-hand and a Congress politician with friends in high places and across parties, Rajeev Shukla is an important voice this T20 season, which also coincides with a big churning on within cricket. From ordering the rescheduling of IPL matches to redrawing India’s cricketing landscape, the courts have been tough on […]