Diana Edulji had claimed that the Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators (CoA) has different yardsticks for different state associations, is selective in its process of handling complaints and treats her like a minority at times.
Ex-CAG, Committee of Administrators Chairman Vinod Rai talks about the SC-appointed body’s ties with BCCI, calls row over Army insignia on Dhoni gloves oversight, defends Ravi Shastri’s selection, work as coach, and explains why he called for Pakistan’s ‘isolation’
Vinod Rai said the government’s decision last month to merge 10 state-run banks to create four larger and stronger entities was a “good move” that would lead to greater synergy among them and better governance.
"There was no transparency in its administration and its governance structure revealed that amendments to its rules and regulations were made at short notice, perhaps to pave the way for its functionaries to undertake commercial ventures," Vinod Rai says.
In his book titled, "Rethinking Good Governance: Holding to Account India's Public Institutions", Vinod Rai, writes that accountability institutions that form the foundational pillars of any democracy seem to be losing their structural strength.
The COA is scheduled to meet on March 18 to discuss the anti-doping policy of the Board with the International Cricket Council officials. The issue of Sreesanth's ban might come up among the COA on that day.
With India working to isolate Pakistan in the wake of the February 14 Pulwama attack, BCCI CEO Rahul Johri Friday wrote to the International Cricket Council (ICC) urging cricketing nations to “sever ties with countries from which terrorism emanates”.
The Supreme Court appointed four administrators to run BCCI in India. The 4 member panel includes former Comptroller and Auditor General of India Vinod Rai, historian Ramachandra Guha, ex-woman cricket captain Diana Edulji, and MD of IDFC Bank Vikram Limaye. The panel will be headed by Vinod Rai. Vikram Limaye and BCCI Joint Secretary Amitabh […]