Apr 28, 2018: The CK Nayudu lifetime achievement award will go to two people: former India batsman and two-time coach Anshuman Gaekwad and the late Pankaj Roy, who was one half of the highest partnership in Indian Test history
Mar 11, 2018: They are finally the top earners of their kind in the world, but a lot more remains to be done for their game in the country
Aug 24, 2017: The former India captain, who is part of the Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators to oversee the BCCI, believes certain members of the board have not been pleased with the recent success of the women's team
Feb 8, 2017: A pioneer for the cause of Indian women's cricket, she is now the only cricketer, male or female, on the BCCI's interim panel of administrators
Jan 30, 2017: Diana Edulji, the former India women's captain, knew she was in the reckoning for the panel as Gopal Subramanium, the amicus curiae, had asked if she would be interested in such a role
Jan 30, 2017: The Supreme Court has appointed former CAG of India Vinod Rai, historian Ramachandra Guha, former India women captain Diana Edulji, and the CEO of IDFC Vikram Limaye to the panel of administrators to supervise the BCCI
Jul 20, 2016: Diana Edulji has said the creation of a players' association, one of several recommendations of the Lodha committee that was approved by the Supreme Court, will empower women cricketers in the country
England v India, only women's Test, Wormsley, 4th day
Aug 16, 2014: Diana Edulji, the former India Women captain, has said that the side's Test win over England should serve as a "wake-up call" for the BCCI to give women's cricket in the country its due
Jan 29, 2013: Former India Women captain Diana Edulji talks about the apathy of the cricket administration towards the women's game in India
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Jan 29, 2013: Diana Edulji, the former India Women captain, has hit out at the "discriminatory" attitude of the BCCI, and said the board is not interested in running women's cricket beyond paying "lip service"
India women's cricket
Nov 13, 2006: The BCCI has finally taken control of Indian women's cricket in India following months of demands from the women's body to merge the governing bodies
Oct 17, 2002: Rahul Dravid was declared the `Castrol Indian Cricketer of the Year 2001-2002' at the fifth annual Castrol Awards Ceremony held at Hotel Taj Coromandel, Chennai, on Wednesday night.