Shaw is currently serving the backdated eight-month suspension.
BCCI’s own report stated about Shaw’s cough and cold.
BCCI does not have the discretion to say 'no' from now onwards.
Shaw's sample was taken on February 22.
All the news stories that hogged the headlines today.
BCCI's anti-doping manager Dr Abhijit Salvi spares no effort to make Indian cricketers aware about the importance of anti-doping programmes but sometimes the players tend to miss it.
It has been kept in the category of banned drugs by WADA.
The Ministry said the anti-doping program of BCCI is neither authorised by NADA or WADA.
The tweet was for a footballer though.
Manoj Tiwary applauded Shaw for coming out in the open and sending out a statement.