Lodha Committee

BCCI IPL Bihar
BCCI was forced to reschedule matches due to unavailability of match officials

On the eve of the start of the domestic first-class event, state associations were requested to make changes to their logistics and travel arrangements.

IPL Betting
Would it be wise to legalize betting in the cricket spectrum?

The reason for looking back on the sordid affairs of IPL 2013 spot-fixing is the recent hue and cry about the report published by the Law Commission of India (LCI) with a call to legalize cricket betting in India.

Sourav Ganguly
Sourav Ganguly administrative career in jeopardy following Lodha crackdown

The CAB President and Gujarat Cricket Association head Amit Shah and honorary secretary Jay Shah have expressed their dissent over the Lodha Committee recommendations. 

Parvez Rasool
Parvez Rasool hopes for the best, despite poor state of affair in the valley

In a way, the all-rounder is the only hope of light in an otherwise dull and dark tunnel for the state cricket team.

Justice Lodha BCCI
Some BCCI officials not in support of the latest cricket reforms introduced by Lodha panel

It appears that the board is divided in two sections, with one section in support of the latest reforms and the other against it.

Kochi Tuskers Kerala
HC recommends petitioner to approach Lodha Committee over Kochi Tuskers’ inclusion

In September 2011, the Kochi Tuskers Kerala team was terminated by the BCCI for breaching its terms of an agreement.

BCCI grants Paytm
BCCI’s SGM rescheduled for July 12

The meeting was scheduled for July 7, the members of the committee will now meet on July 12

Mohammad Azharuddin
Mohammad Azharuddin again disagrees with HCA

Azharuddin was against the body as his nomination for the post of Hyderabad Cricket Association (HCA) president was disqualified in January

Arun Jaitley
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley warns BCCI

Jaitley has made it clear that the BCCI could pay a price if it stuck to this approach.

Niranjan Shah
Niranjan Shah reckons if president can be over 70, so can BCCI officials

As long as you are fit, you can work even till the time you are alive. I call this age discrimination: Niranjan Shah

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