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Decoding SC's BCCI verdict & its likely impact on Indian cricket
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Kirti Azad: Corruption will now be rampant, more than it was in 2016
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The 63-year-old Azad said that the committee constituted by the then Chief Justice of India T.S. Thakur to correct anomalies in the BCCI had made certain observations, but, unfortunately, those points, which are most important, had been removed in the new judgment. In a landmark decision, the Supreme Court has allowed the BCCI plea in connection with the amendments proposed to its Constitution to relax the cooling-off period requirement.
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Contributions and Controversies: Recalling some of BCCI'S past satraps
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During these 90-plus years of existence, the BCCI has grown into a financial monolith and the most-powerful cricket board in the world because of the efforts of people like Inderjit Singh Bindra (IS Bindra), Jagmohan Dalmiya, NKP Salve, Sharad Pawar and N Srinivasan. Their reigns not only helped cricket grow into the No. 1 sport in the country but also helped BCCI become the most powerful cricket organisation in the world, weaning away the power from old guards England and Australia.
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BCCI has shown who's the boss, says Justice Lodha
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As per the new order, the cooling-off period for office bearers will kick in after two consecutive terms at either the BCCI or at the state-association level. The office bearers can now have a maximum of 12 years at one go: Two three-year terms at the state-association level and two three-year terms at the BCCI, and after this, the cooling-off will be applicable. The decision will allow the current set of office bearers, led by board president Sourav Ganguly and secretary Jay Shah, to be in office until 2025.
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Supreme Court allows amendment to BCCI constitution - A timeline
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Accordingly, the cooling-off period for office-bearers will kick in after two consecutive terms at either the BCCI or at the state association level. So the office-bearers can now have a maximum of 12 years at one go: Two three-year terms at the state association level and two three-year terms at the BCCI, and after this, the cooling-off period will be applicable.
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Injured Washington Sundar doubtful for India's tour of Zimbabwe: Report
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KL Rahul-led Indian team will leave for Zimbabwe on Saturday morning with VVS Laxman as the head coach. However, Sundar, who was to fly to Harare from the UK, looks a doubtful proposition due to his fitness, a Cricbuzz report said. Sundar injured his left shoulder while diving on the field during a Royal London One-Day match between Lancashire and Worcestershire at Old Trafford on Wednesday .
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Duleep Trophy to kick-start Indian domestic season 2022-23, Irani Cup makes a return
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"The Duleep Trophy (8th September-25th September) will be contested between six zones (North, South, Central, West, East and Northeast) on a knockout basis. The two multi-day tournaments will be followed by the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy and the Vijay Hazare Trophy. The two white-ball tournaments will be contested between 38 teams split into three groups of 8 teams and two groups comprising 7 teams," said the BCCI in an official statement.
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BCCI to reintroduce Duleep Trophy, Irani Cup in domestic calendar: Report
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Duleep Trophy, which was last held three years ago in 2019, will return in the format of the zonal system. It will be held from September 8 and run till 25 and a total of five knockout games will feature in the matches to be played among five zones of the BCCI. On the other hand, Irani Cup, the traditional five-day one-off match held between the Ranji Trophy champions and the Rest of India.
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