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MSD dropped from BCCI's central contract, #ThankYouDhoni trends on Twitter
Dhoni fans, left disappointed with the news, expressed their emotions on social media.
Dilution of Lodha reforms, appointment of CAC to dominate Ganguly-led BCCI AGM
The Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators (COA) ...
View: Women’s cricket in a fix
Women’s cricket, it is time to argue, is the next big thing in world cricket.
Will Harbhajan retire to be in 'The Hundred'?
As per BCCI rules, no Indian can participate in any foreign league unless he/she has announced his retirement.
Hours before becoming BCCI boss, Sourav Ganguly watches ISL game with Nita Ambani
Dada took charge as the 39th BCCI president on Wednesday.
Indicated in first CoA meeting itself that I didn't want any payment: Guha
Noted historian Ramchandra Guha on Wednesday said he declined a payment of Rs 40 lakh for his tenure in the outgoing Committee of Administrators
SC allows Tamil Nadu State Cricket Association to hold elections for office bearers
The bench, in its interim order, further directed that disqualification norms "shall remain confined to office bearers only".
Mercury rises slightly in north India, Odisha experiences rainfall
It was a clear morning in Delhi with the minimum temperature settling at 7.6 degrees Celsius, normal for this time of the year. The air quality in the city was recorded in the "very poor" category after being in the "severe" zone for the past two days. The Air Quality Index (AQI) was 390 in the national capital at 8.43 am, according to the CPCB.
Congratulations, Dada! Amul honours new BCCI boss with a colourful tweet
Ganguly is set to become the BCCI President on October 23 in Mumbai.
How the BJP's dominance changed India's political landscape
Indian democracy is sui generis. It as much a by-product of institutional design as it is an accidental outcome of contradictory forces rooted in society. The civilisational diversity of Indian society means that no electoral majority is cast in stone forever and no ideological hegemony can enjoy permanence.
Day four of Ranji Trophy games in Assam and Tripura suspended due to curfew
Day four proceedings of the Ranji Trophy games in Guwahati and Agartala were on Thursday suspended due to the curfew imposed in the region following protests over the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill.
Here’s to a bright, fuchsia-filled state of play
Remember, pink’s short association with cricket prior to Friday’s match has hardly been serious. The first ODI, played under the Big Top of Kerry Packer’s World Series Cricket – ‘pyajama cricket’ –on November 28, 1978, had Australia in wattle gold (named after the golden wattle plant that signifies unity in Australia, but ‘canary yellow’ to the rest of us) taking on the West Indies in, er, coral pink. Even the likes of Andy Roberts, Joel Garner, Colin Croft and Viv Richards in salmon couldn’t inspire cricketing, never mind sartorial, confidence.
BCCI AGM: State Units to meet in Mumbai on Oct 13 to decide on names
The new office-bearers will take charge after the BCCI's Annual General Meeting on October 23.
Against pink ball, every ball was a test: Wriddhiman Saha
Having made a spectacular comeback after being sidelined by injury for more than a year, Saha is now being compared to the best of all time. Having turned heads with his keeping against the pink ball, Saha opened up to BORIA MAJUMDAR on his wicketkeeping technique, upcoming New Zealand series and how he is trying to forget the horror of the past one year.
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