BCCI elections

Politicking, controversies, and drama have been regular features of the Indian board elections – most notably in 2004 and 2005, when Jagmohan Dalmiya and Sharad Pawar went hammer and tongs, each trying to oust the other from the administration. In 2004 Dalmiya's candidate Ranbir Singh Mahendra beat Pawar by one vote. The next year, though, under the supervision of India's Chief Election Commissioner, Pawar beat Dalmiya by a whopping margin.

Too many chiefs by half

It is plausible that CSA is under government pressure to follow rugby's lead by appointing a black coach. South Africa's blip in form would be a convenient excuse to do just that

CAB elections

Dalmiya in running for CAB president

Jagmohan Dalmiya, the former ICC and BCCI president, has filed his nomination for the election to the post of CAB president

Jagmohan Dalmiya timeline

Dalmiya - The decline and fall

A timeline of Jagmohan Dalmiya's dramatic career since September 2004

BCCI Annual General Meeting, 2006

Pawar and Shah retain their posts

Sharad Pawar and Niranjan Shah have retained their posts as President and Secretary of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI)

Dalmiya wins a close battle in Bengal

Living to die another day

It's a sign of the times when Jagmohan Dalmiya scrapes through, just 61 votes to 57, in his own backyard, the Cricket Association of Bengal

BCCI issue show cause on alleged misappropriation of funds

Dalmiya questioned over board's finances

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has decided to take a fresh look at certain financial transactions entered into by Jagmohan Dalmiya, the board's former president.

Feb 2006: Editorial

The need for balance

Sambit Bal on why the BCCI's new-found aggressiveness is a two-edged sword

Of money and muscle

Lalit Modi and Co. are turning the game's power structure on its head. But how far is too far?