Nagraj Gollapudi

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Shashak Manohar and Anurag Thakur during the working committee meeting

India news

BCCI look for Supreme Court bailout

On October 21, the Supreme Court had given the BCCI and state associations until December 3 to agree to implement the Lodha Committee's recommendations

Ajay Shirke, Portrait

India news

BCCI continues to oppose certain reforms

Notwithstanding the Lodha Committee's strong missive to the Supreme Court asking it to disqualify all ineligible office bearers with immediate effect, the BCCI and its members have reiterated that they continue to oppose some of the committee's recommenda

Anurag Thakur at the BCCI's special general meeting where he was elected president

India news

BCCI hopeful of a considered decision from Supreme Court

The BCCI is hopeful the Supreme Court can take a considered decision on the Lodha Committee's latest recommendation to disqualify office bearers in the board and state if they do not meet the eligibility criteria

Andre Russell is pumped after taking West Indies into the final

West Indies news

Russell hearing enters final stretch

With the hearing over Andre Russell's alleged anti-doping violation set to resume on Thursday, here is a look at the key issues

Debu Mitra has a word with Niranjan Shah

India v England, 1st Test, Rajkot

Too much grass, says Kohli; perfect pitch, says Shah

While Virat Kohli said the liberal amount of grass on the Rajkot track was a factor in India's lack of dominance in the Test, SCA secretary Niranjan Shah called it a pitch fit for five days of Test cricket

Darren Bravo ducks under a bouncer

West Indies news

WICB cancels Bravo's match contract, serves him notice

WICB's director of cricket Richard Pybus warned Darren Bravo that he could face action from the board's disciplinary panel if he did not delete his tweet about board president Dave Cameron and apologise for his remarks

Kieron Pollard is bowled attempting a lap shot

West Indies news

WICB makes plea over talent drain

The WICB has defended its release fee concept by pointing to the drain that overseas T20 leagues exert on West Indies cricket's talent pool

Kieron Pollard celebrates after breaking the opening partnership

West Indies news

CA, CSA oppose WICB's release-fee concept

CA and CSA have voiced opposition to the WICB's decision to levy a 20% release fee for NOCs to West Indian cricketers seeking to play in overseas T20 leagues