newscricket3 months ago

Former BCCI acting secretary Amitabh Chaudhary dies of heart attack

Amitabh Chaudhary passed away on Tuesday at the age of 58 after suffering a fatal heart attack. Initially an IPS officer, the former BCCI joint secretary was a key figure in Jharkhand's cricket administration and over the years served several important positions in the Indian setup as well.
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newscricket4 years ago

India vs West Indies | BCCI to announce squad after assessing fitness of Ishant Sharma, R Ashwin

BCCI selectors have postponed the announcement of the Test squad for the series against West Indies as they wait for senior players - Ishant Sharma and R Ashwin, to undergo a fitness test on Saturday. If Ashwin is deemed unfit, wrist spinner - Yuzvendra Chahal, might get a call for the Test series.
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newscricket4 years ago

Vinod Rai praises Supreme Court decision on mandatory cooling-off period for BCCI officials

COA chief Vinod Rai has expressed his happiness of the recent ruling passed by the Supreme Court of India that made the cooling-off period mandatory for the BCCI office bearers. The state cricket associations were warned by the Supreme Court to either comply with the changes or face action.
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newscricket4 years ago

TNCA officials claim they informed BCCI secretary Amitabh Chaudhary about TNPL-3

Tamil Nadu Cricket Association officials have revealed that they had informer BCCI acting secretary Amitabh Chaudhary about their plans to host the third edition of the Tamil Nadu Premier League. However, Supreme Court-appointed CoA said that they were not informed about any plans of hosting it.
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newscricket4 years ago

Amitabh Chaudhary sees ray of hope for BCCI as SC dismisses need for cooling off period

Amitabh Chaudhary has cited Supreme Court’s observations, which dismissed the need for a cooling off period for BCCI office-bearers, as a ray of hope for BCCI believing things would be in order soon. He also stated that he was grateful to SC for hearing their arguments on objectionable clauses.
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