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    • Aakash Chopra Launches New Book - 'Number Do Lie'

      Former India cricketer Aakash Chopra released his latest book 'Numbers Do Lie' at an event in Delhi on Tuesday. Also present at the launch was former India captain and arguably India's greatest ever all-rounder — Kapil Dev.

    • Virat Kohli Slams Record Breaking Double Ton in Hyderabad Test

      Virat Kohli on Friday became the first batsman in Test history to score double centuries in four successive Test series when he breached the 200-run mark against Bangladesh on Day 2 of the only Test at Hyderabad.

    • Supreme Court Appoints 4-Member Panel to Lead BCCI

      The Supreme Court of India on Monday named former comptroller and auditor general of India Vinod Rai, eminent historian Ramachandra Guha, financial executive Vikram Limaye and former captain of the Indian women’s cricket team Diana Edulji as administrators who will look after the day-to-day functioning of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and ensure the smooth implementation of the Lodha panel’s proposals.

    • Vijay Goel Dons a Blindfold To Inaugurate Blind Cricket Cup

      Sports Minister Vijay Goel is slowly making a habit of being in the headlines for all the wrong reasons. Goel inaugurated the T20 World Cup for the Blind and as part of the event, the minister blindfolded himself to play cricket. Goel was slammed on social media for being insensitive. Take a look at this special report on CNN-News 18.

    • SC Appoints Four-Member Panel Led by Former CAG Vinod Rai to Run BCCI

      The Supreme Court on Monday appointed a four-member committee of administrators, headed by former Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) Vinod Rai, to run the affairs of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI).

    • Reconsider BCCI Verdict: Attorney General Requests SC

      The central government on Friday jumped into the BCCI vs Lodha Committee matter with the Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi requesting the Supreme Court of India to reconsider its decision on downgrading railways, services and the universities as associate members, thereby not allowing these members voting rights.