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India's cricket board lifts bans on Pandya and Rahul

India's cricket board lifts bans on Pandya and Rahul

Indian cricketers KL Rahul and Hardik Pandya, who were suspended earlier this month for making controversial comments about women, have had their bans lifted with immediate effect ...

Murdoch's Star bags India cricket media rights for record $944m

Murdoch's Star bags India cricket media rights for record $944m

India's cricket board Thursday struck a record $944 million deal with broadcast giant Star India for the media rights of the national team, adding to their substantial television wealth.

Indian cricket board renews bowler Shami's contract

Indian cricket board renews bowler Shami's contract

India's cricket board said on Thursday that it will renew the contract of fast bowler Mohammed Shami, who has been accused of corruption, after it was initially put on hold.

India hands massive hike in player fees with new retainer structure

India hands massive hike in player fees with new retainer structure

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has introduced a new A+ category in the retainer fee structure for it's top players, who will receive a huge pay increase under the new Annual Contracts for the 2017-18 season.

Indian cricket team all out for two - and one was a wide

Indian cricket team all out for two - and one was a wide

An Indian women's state cricket team managed just two runs in an official 50-over match, one of the lowest totals ever recorded.

Indian cricket board bid to reinstate Sreesanth fixing ban

Indian cricket board bid to reinstate Sreesanth fixing ban

India's cricket board will appeal against a court order that lifted fast bowler Shanthakumaran Sreesanth's life ban for match-fixing, a senior official told AFP on Friday.

Indian government rejects Pakistan cricket series

Indian government rejects Pakistan cricket series

India on Monday ruled out any cricket series against Pakistan until ‘cross-border terrorism’ stops.

Anti-corruption troubleshooter to oversee BCCI

Anti-corruption troubleshooter to oversee BCCI

India's Supreme Court appointed a top anti-corruption troubleshooter on Monday as head of a team to oversee the running of the powerful cricket board after sacking its top officials for failing to implementing reforms.

Top Indian cricket officials removed for stalling reforms

Top Indian cricket officials removed for stalling reforms

Indian cricket board (BCCI) president Anurag Thakur and secretary Ajay Shirke were removed by the country's top court on Monday for not complying with its order to implement administrative reforms within the body.

New BCCI chief Thakur under pressure to reform

New BCCI chief Thakur under pressure to reform

India's new cricket chief Anurag Thakur is a close ally of right-wing Prime Minister Narendra Modi and a media-friendly administrator seen as capable of cleaning up ...

Manohar quits as Indian cricket board chief

Manohar quits as Indian cricket board chief

Shashank Manohar resigned as the president of the Indian cricket board on Tuesday, as the embattled organisation comes under growing pressure from the country's top court to introduce wide-ranging reforms

Indian captain suffers back spasm before Asia Cup

Indian captain suffers back spasm before Asia Cup

Indian skipper MS Dhoni suffered a back spasm during a practice session in a major blow to his team just ahead of the upcoming Asia Cup Twenty20, the national cricket body said.