Why should cricket controlling body of the country, the BCCI, be not answerable under the RTI Act in light of various judicial orders and a recent law commission report, the Central Information Commission has directed the sports body and the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports to explain.
The Supreme Court today restrained all state cricket bodies from holding elections till it pronounced the verdict on finalisation of the draft constitution of the Board of Control of Cricket in India (BCCI), as it reserved the judgement on the issue.
Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal today laid the foundation stone of a Rs 139.82 crore multi-purpose sports complex here and urged people to adopt sports as a way of life.
The BCCI has reacted sharply to Committee of Administrators chief Vinod Rai's assertion that the recently-held Delhi and Districts Cricket Association (DDCA) elections could be annulled, saying that the COA's attempts at stopping the polls have already been rejected by the Delhi High Court.
The Delhi High Court today discharged former Supreme Court judge Vikramajit Sen as the administrator of the DDCA following the election of new office bearers to run the cricketing body.
The Committee of Administrators deemed the BCCI SGM invalid and instructed the board officials to not implement the resolutions passed in the meeting held on June 22.
The Administrator of DDCA opposed in the Delhi High Court one of its former director's plea against rejection of his candidature in the elections.
Delhi HC has dismissed a plea seeking to stay the elections in DDCA, saying it saw no reason to interject the poll process which was set in motion in May and culminating with the polls on June 30.
The Delhi HC appeared disinclined to stay the elections in the cricketing body DDCA, saying once the poll process has started it cannot be put on hold.
BCCI acting secretary Amitabh Chaudhary blamed CEO Rahul Johri for the Board's non-objection to the ICC's decision of converting the 2021 Champions Trophy into a World T20 championship.
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