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April 16, 2004

The Cricket Board on Friday hailed the Indian team's victory over Pakistan in the Test series as a 'historic moment' and ...
April 13, 2004

Jagmohan Dalmiya on Tuesday reacted sharply to a Pakistani news report that the BCCI had complained about the bowling ac ...
April 9, 2003

The Indian cricket board has decided to extend coach John Wright's contract by a year, a senior official said on Wednesd ...
April 14, 2004

The ICC on Wednesday dismissed media reports indicating that it had received a letter from the BCCI asking it to review ...
April 7, 2004

Having heard so much about Lahore's famous Food Street from the players, BCCI officials and selectors could not but find ...
February 18, 2006

THE GREATEST story ever told in Indian sport might be about the greatest amount ever sold. Such is the magnitude of what ...
July 16, 2006

BCCI, stung by ICC's criticism of its umpires, is negotiating with the software firm to provide a 'technological solutio ...
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June 21, 2006

The PIL alleged that Modi was convicted by a foreign court for possessing 400 grams cocaine.
April 27, 2006

The Indian Board said it was not averse to the concept of either the Champions Trophy or the 20Twenty format of the game ...
April 23, 2006

BCCI has signed an agreement with The Cricket Network to design, build and operate its official Website.
April 21, 2006

The world's richest cricketing body flunked another test of professionalism - it forgot (or didn?t care) to book a room ...
April 8, 2006

BCCI says that "enough material" has been collected against Dalmiya and a second show cause notice could be slapped on h ...
April 7, 2006

IN THE land that kneels before a game of bat, ball and 22 men, cricket has never been an ordinary game. Now the BCCI, wh ...
April 7, 2006

The media group has accused Lalit Modi of indecent behaviour and threatened legal action against him.
April 6, 2006

Zee Group said it would sue Lalit Modi for using "abusive and unparliamentary language" against its sports channel CEO H ...
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