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Vinod Rai

Ex-CoA chief Rai & Diana Edulji condole demise of Lt. Gen (retd) Thodge

Thodge passed away at a private hospital in Nagpur, aged 64 on Friday night. He had reportedly complained of chest pain last week and underwent angioplasty as well.

BCCI on track to hold elections as planned on October 22: Vinod Rai

Earlier, the CoA had extended the deadline for completing state association elections to September 28. The previous deadline was September 14.

Cricketers Pandya, Rahul suspended pending probe

The decision comes after Diana Edulji advocated suspension of the duo until the quantum of sentence is announced.

‘SC order has laid new road map for BCCI’

The CoA which thanked Justice Lodha, said the recommendation will go a long way in reforming cricket administration in the country.

Let the gentleman’s game win

The SC judgement on constitutional reforms in BCCI could be a turning point towards betterment of Indian cricket

Singapore looks forward to sustained cooperation, engagement with India

Singapore: Singapore looks forward to a period of sustained cooperation and engagement with India as there are tremendous opportunities for growth and development for both...

TCA presents their case to CoA members

The CoA had asked the TCA and Hyderabad Cricket Association (HCA) members to present their cases on Wednesday and. The HCA was represented by its president G Vivekanand and Agarmrao along with two advocates.

HCA club secretaries urge for fresh elections

Former Indian skipper Mohammad Azharuddin, along with other international cricketers, too sent a letter demanding fresh elections and SGM.

Azharuddin to move court against Hyderabad Cricket Association officials

Azharuddin again blasted the 'illegal' HCA president G Vivekanand for telling lies that he was not cleared by the BCCI.

Manmohan, UPA stand vindicated in 2G scam: Kapil Sibal

Sibal had maintained during his term as Telecom Minister that there was zero loss to the exchequer and no wrong had taken place in the allocation of licences.

Hyderabad’s Sridhar retained as fielding coach of Indian cricket team

The contracts for all these appointments begin from Tuesday and are effective until the end of the 2019 World Cup.

Farcical enactment

With Kohli having the last laugh, it is up to Shastri to take the team back to its winning ways

Historian Ramachandra Guha quits as BCCI administrator

Guha cited personal reasons for his resignation. The apex court has directed him to file the plea in the registry which will be taken up in July.

BCCI clears India’s CT participation, no legal notice to ICC

The BCCI announced that the squad for the Champions Trophy, starting June 1 in England, will be picked on Monday.

Srinivasan backtracks after proposes notice to ICC

Eyebrows were raised as to how the 71-year-old Tamil Nadu strongman, for the first time in a BCCI meeting, faced resistance and had to pull back

BCCI officials don’t need COA approval to call SGM: Vinod Rai

"They (BCCI) don't need COA approval to call Special General Meeting (SGM) but yes they have to keep us in the loop. Also the decisions taken at SGM do not need any ratification of COA per se but if there is any deviation from SC diktat, the COA steps in," said Rai

New BCCI administrators meet for first time

Mumbai: A day after being appointed as the administrators of the BCCI by the Supreme Court, three of the panel members had their first...

SC appoints Vinod Rai to head BCCI’s administrators’ panel

Other three members of the committee of administrators are famous cricket historian Ramachandra Guha, Vikram Limaye, Managing Director of IDFC and former Indian women cricket captain Diana Edulji.

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