The face of anti N Srinivasan faction Aditya Verma has made an 'appeal' to the BCCI members to select an honest candidate for the post of the president in the upcoming polls of the parent body within six weeks
BCCI president-in-exile set to discuss his future course of action with BJP heavyweight once the embattled cricket administrator is back from the two-day ICC Board Meeting in Dubai
Mahendra Singh Dhoni finally broke his stoic silence over the Indian Premier League spot-fixing scandal yesterday, saying that he does not expect the speculation around his name to stop anytime soon
The BCCI top brass is waiting for the return of Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, a former Board vice president, to decide on the future course of action in the wake of the Supreme Court order barring sidelined President N Srinivasan from contesting elections
Not to be a nag, ICC — I know there are more pressing matters for you to attend to just now — but still. I'm mildly curious about a couple of things. Like, so...
A recent meeting with an influential Delhi politician gave N Srinivasan an idea of the options he would have after the Supreme Court's verdict on conflict of interest issue
Twenty months after the IPL spot fixing scandal broke out, the Supreme Court yesterday asked Srini to choose between the BCCI president's post and his CSK IPL team. Here’s how the saga unfolded...
Welcoming the Supreme Court verdict barring N Srinivasan from contesting any BCCI election, head of IPL-6 spot-fixing and betting probe committee said that it will have far reaching ramifications
Former cricket administrators yesterday hailed the Supreme Court verdict of barring N Srinivasan from contesting any BCCI election on grounds of conflict of interest, saying that it will end malpractices while bringing transparency in the running of the game in the country
The BCCI yesterday "welcomed" the order of the Supreme Court related to the IPL spot-fixing case and said that they will hold the AGM in accordance with the directions and timelines as stipulated by the apex court
N Srinivasan's son-in-law and Raj Kundra were indulging in betting in IPL matches, the Supreme Court said yesterday while holding them as "team officials" of their respective IPL teams CSK and RR
Sidelined BCCI president N. Srinivasan refuses to comment following Supreme Court's decision to bar him from contesting the election for the Indian cricket board's governing body presidency due to a "conflict of interest"
Here are some of the knocks the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) President in exile, N Srinivasan has taken since the IPL spot fixing and betting scandal broke in 2013...
SC states that while BCCI chief-in-exile Srinivasan is not guilty of cover up in the 2013 IPL betting and spot fixing case, he can't contest cricket board polls if he owns Chennai Super Kings
Lawyers of the BCCI and CAB have been alerted by officials of the Supreme Court to be present in the apex court that would deliver its judgment on the much-publicised case
The Mumbai police told a court here today that they had not found any evidence of match-fixing against top BCCI officials with regard to IPL in 2013
From Rohit Sharma's record-breaking 264 to the team's overseas woes and the controversy surrounding BCCI president-in-exile N Srinivasan, Indian cricket had the good, bad and ugly in equal measure in 2014
The BCCI today submitted a list of players including former greats Sunil Gavaskar, Ravi Shastri and Saurav Ganguly and administrators with commercial interest in the IPL to the Supreme Court which reserved its order in the alleged betting and spot fixing scam case
With the Supreme Court today observing that players and officials having commercial interests should stay away from administering the game, former India captain Sunil Gavaskar clarified that he is "not connected in anyway" with the BCCI administration
It's a matter of life and death, replied the board, arguing tinkering with the clause – which allows a BCCI official to have commercial interest in IPL and CLT20 – would mean a virtual collapse of IPL