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West Zone have edge in quarter-finals

West Zone will renew their rivalry with South Zone at the M.A. Chidambaram Stadium here from Thursday for a place in the semi-finals of the Duleep Trophy.

Srinivasan all set for a third year despite SC directives

Braving scathing criticism he has encountered on issues of propriety, a defiant N Srinivasan is certain to be elected unopposed as the president of the BCCI during its AGM here on Sunday, although he won’t be able to discharge his functions due to a Supreme Court directive.

Child falls into borewell, rescure operations on

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A 6-year-old girl fell into an open bore well in Pulavanpadi village in Tiruvannamalai District on Saturday and rescue operations are on full swing.

Srinivasan mulls new lieutenants

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The Supreme Court has given the go-ahead to Sunday’s BCCI AGM but with riders. N.

When Dalmiya pulled off a coup at 2004 AGM

The Indian cricket board’s annual general meetings are never short of controversies and legal battles. The BCCI elections in 2004 and 2005 were one of the most dramatic proceedings.

ABC, BCA, CAB... headache for BCCI

It came as a bolt from the blue. When N.

BCCI expels Lalit Modi after plea for stay rejected

It took just over 10 minutes for the Indian cricket board to slap a life ban on Lalit Modi, architect of the Indian Premier League, at the BCCI’s special general meeting chaired by N.

Rise & fall of Modi

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The fall was as swift as the rise. Lalit Modi, the mastermind of the ritzy Indian Premier League, is now a persona non grata in Indian cricket.

Nominations for AGM close on Sept. 28: Shukla

N. Srinivasan has already confirmed that he will stand for re-election as the BCCI president during the board’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) at Chennai on September 29.

‘Will launch a global league soon’

Lalit Modi struck back at the BCCI soon after the unanimous decision of him being expelled from BCCI was revealed at Chennai on Wednesday and said, “I will not run away and I will challenge the ban.

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Shekhar Kapur’s Bandit Queen didn’t make the cut. Neither did Shaji Karun’s Piravi, which bagged 31 international awards.