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While Sourav Ganguly was an office bearer in the Cricket Association of Bengal, Jay Shah had served in the Gujarat Cricket Association.

D-Day For Sourav Ganguly, Jay Shah: Supreme Court To Hear BCCI's Plea On Abolition Of Cooling-off On Tuesday

The abolition of the cooling-off period for its office bearers would enable Sourav Ganguly and Jay Shah to continue in office.

12 September 2022

The last two Test tours of Australia, which comprised four matches in each series, were won by India.

India Likely To Tour Australia Twice In Next FTP Cycle, Increase In Number Of Test Matches

The full FTP is likely to be formally announced later this month, around the ICC's annual meeting in Birmingham on July 25 and 26.


The Supreme Court said submission on behalf of the BCCI that its predominant activity is to encourage cricket (sports) has no substance.

Is BCCI Really A 'Shop'? Supreme Court Terms Activities Of Indian Cricket Board Commercial In Nature

The Supreme Court was dealing with the question of whether the BCCI can be said to be a 'shop' as per the notification dated September 18, 1978.

31 August 2022

Ramiz Raja also said that while Pakistan is keen on playing India, the political equation between the neighbours continues to act as roadblocks.

BCCI Vs PCB: Pakistan Cricket Board To Challenge IPL's Proposed Extended Window At ICC Meet

Jay Shah had earlier said that BCCI will be getting an extended window for the IPL in the ICC's next FTP cycle starting from 2024 till 2031.


Justice RM Lodha-led committee had recommended reforms in the BCCI.

BCCI Plea To Change Constitution: Supreme Court To Hear Matter On July 28, Appoints Amicus Curiae

The BCCI, in its proposed amendment, has sought the abolition of a cooling-off period for its office bearers.

21 July 2022

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