Devendra Pandey

Articles By Devendra Pandey

Ten-year-old transaction returns to haunt BCCI

The move comes after BCCI's finance department flagged the decade-old discrepancy of about Rs 2 crore in the Indian board's financial dealing with Cricket Australia (CA).

India to carry three reserve bowlers to ICC World Cup 2019

Quality net practice is also one of the chief reasons behind the move as Indian players have complained in the past about the unavailability of decent net bowlers, especially on overseas tours.

CoA clears own World Cup junket to England

The Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators (CoA) has approved travel plans for its own members to watch the June-July World Cup in England.

IPL 2019: Parthiv Patel focuses on the task at hand amidst turmoil in personal life

Parthiv Patel contemplated skipping matches but his family said his father always wanted him to play and not to sit at home, and so he decided to take part in the IPL.

Under pressure from CoA, amicus curiae to reconsider conflict of interest clause

A few days ago, Sourav Ganguly came under scanner when he was appointed as advisor of Delhi Capitals despite holding the post of president of Cricket Association of Bengal. The matter is currently being considered by ombudsman DK Jain, who is yet to announce his verdict.

Citing health issues, Vidarbha coach Chandrakant Pandit steps down

Chandrakant Pandit, 57, had informed the Vidarbha Cricket Association (VCA) top brass at the end of the season about his decision.

BCCI associations to amicus curiae: Committee of Administrators tweaked wording of constitution

The state associations said that they were finding it tough to run cricket at the grassroots without adequate powers.

18-25% are voting first time… They connect with PM leadership: Poonam Mahajan

In 2014, fighting her first election, Poonam Mahajan won the Mumbai North Central seat, considered a Congress bastion, by 1.86 lakh votes.

Mumbai: Makarand Patil, son of a farmer, hits six sixes in an over

Son of a farmer, Makarand Patil joins the illustrious list of Indians - Yuvraj Singh and Ravi Shastri - who have hit six sixes in an over.

Kulgam to Mumbai: Irfan Pathan’s prodigy Rasikh Salam takes road less travelled

In these turbulent times in the valley, comes a story of Rasikh’s impressive debut in IPL for Mumbai Indians.

IPL 2019, MI vs DC: Rishabh Pant smacks 78 off 27 deliveries, as Delhi Capitals net gains in first match

It was Jasprit Bumrah with the ball, in the last over, going for a yorker. Jones screamed out just two words: “Missed and disappeared”. Bumrah missed his mark and Pant just wafted it up and over square-leg with a furious waft of the bat.

Rahul Dravid could get additional task: Head coach of NCA

The BCCI wants Rahul Dravid to take over as head coach of the National Cricket Academy (NCA) which is based in Bangalore. In the proposed new role, Dravid will monitor and work with various coaches at the academy.

IPL in sight, World Cup on mind: Rohit Sharma to open for Mumbai Indians

With the 50-over hallmark event looming, Rohit Sharma says he will open the innings for Mumbai Indians in the T20 league.

IPL 2019: Suryakumar Yadav eyes redemption with Mumbai Indians

Suryakumar Yadav speaks about Mumbai Indians and how shocked he was on being dropped from the Ranji team.

BCCI fumes after CK Khanna overlooked at trophy ceremony

Amitabh Choudhary has sent a four-pointer question to the CoA and CEO Rahul Johri after CK Khanna was not allowed to give the winning trophy to Australia captain Aaron Finch on Wednesday.

Justice Lodha reforms: Another hand on the deck for BCCI

Supreme Court appoints mediator for applications pertaining to implementation of the Lodha Panel recommendations.

Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 Trophy: Days after mom’s death, Tushar Deshpande stars for Mumbai

Deshpande did wonder whether he should stay at home for few days but after he spoke with his father Uday, a former cricketer, it was decided that he would travel to Indore for the game.

Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy script: Comebacks, staying relevant and IPL fine-tuning

Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy provides players like Prithvi Shaw an opportunity to comeback after an injury break; likes of Shreyas Iyer and Manish Pandey to stay in Indian selectors’ minds, and offers someone like Siddhesh Lad to remind his IPL team that he deserves a game.

Vijay Shankar: India’s last over action hero against Australia

Vijay Shankar reinforces his value with a terrific last over, besides a breezy 46 off 41 balls.

It is between Ravindra Jadeja and Vijay Shankar for final World Cup spot

The point of discussion between the selectors will be whether to go with Ravindra Jadeja, whose athleticism saves runs on the ground, or Vijay Shankar, who is capable of big hitting.

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