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BCCI invites DD to bid for telecast rights of Indo-Pak series

Even as the Supreme Court is hearing cricket-related cases, the Indian cricket board has asked Indian pubcaster Doordarshan to make a bid for the telecast rights of the forthcoming India-Pakistan series.

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BCCI challenges Madras HC order in Supreme Court

NEW DELHI: Even as the Indian cricket team --- or should it be called the BCCI XI? --- was left staring at a humiliating defeat in the Bangalore Test match against Australia, cricket managers in India were busy fighting their own battles in the court. As expected, the Board of Control for Cricket...

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Madras HC restrains BCCI office-bearers from functioning

MUMBAI: Talk about strange ironies. A little over a week after he was turned away, at the door as it were, from overseeing the elections to decide new office-bearers of the Board of Control for Cricket in India, the Madras High Court has put retired Supreme Court judge S Mohan in charge of the...

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BCCI says Sony to telecast, Ten Sports to handle production

MUMBAI / NEW DELHI: It was an up and down sort of day for Indian cricket supremo Jagmohan Dalmiya, fresh off his bruising victory over Maharashtra political heavyweight and Union agriculture minister Sharad Pawar last evening in elections held to decide who would succeed him as president.

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Centre backs Zee stand on writ against BCCI

MUMBAI / NEW DELHI: Separate legal moves at different courts in the country today are together posing the most serious threat to the untrammeled authority Jagmohan Dalmiya has enjoyed over the affairs of Indian cricket board these past few years. Zee Telefilms, embroiled in a cricket telecast...

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