Anurag Thakur

CoA urges Supreme Court to sack three top BCCI officials

CoA urges Supreme Court to sack three top BCCI officials

Committee says CK Khanna, Amitabh Choudhary and Anirudh Chaudhry need to be removed for failing to implement Lodha reforms and flouting directives read more

A South Asian aroma to widen cricket’s shrinking boundaries

ECB’s efforts to reach out to the community are laudable; perhaps India and Pakistan can also read more

There has to be some sanctity to Supreme Court order: Rahul Mehra

Litigation lawyer and Mukul Mudgal discuss governance reforms alongside Abhinav Bindra at Sports Law & Policy Symposium 2017 read more

Why Virender Sehwag missed out on being India’s coach

PRINT RUN: Supreme Court wields the hammer, the battle Down Under ‘wages on’, Bairstow’s a fine ‘ read more

Shastri: The players’ choice

PRINT RUN: Hunt for the next coach enters its last stage, Boycott’s whitewash conviction, Barmy Army’s existential crisis, Dravid’s dual plan, and more

Is the Indian women’s team better than the men’s?

PRINT RUN: Indian cricket’s busiest man, Leipus quits, M Vijay gets candid, Root’s report card, and more

Dharamsala, the latest entrant into cricket’s drop-dead gorgeous club

Nature’s unalloyed beauty and man’s desire to maximise a god-given gift have given rise to picturesque stadiums from Newlands to Galle to Queenstown

How do you lose your cool in Dharamsala?

Anurag Thakur spews fire, tears for London, Brett Lee smashes it, biriyani break for Parthiv Patel, and more

Anurag Thakur tenders “unconditional” apology to Supreme Court
  • AFP
  • Mar 6, 2017

"I had not intended to file any false information," says former BCCI chief to the apex court

The Kohli dream that drives Taskin

PRINT RUN: BCCI revenue to take a massive hit, much-needed reforms in DDCA, a Kumble bounty, a Kiwi coup, and more

Bindra trains guns on “hyenas and vultures”

Former BCCI chief calls for stakeholders to support the Vinod Rai panel to make Indian cricket “a force of good governance and high global standards”

IPL 2017 player auction to take place on February 20

More than 750 players in the fray, though only 76 spots are available in the eight teams

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