The apex court has ordered the BCCI to implement all recommendations of the Lodha report in the next six months. This after the BCCI, along with several state associations, raised objections to measures suggested by the three-member panel to streamline the board's administration and give transparency to its processes.
The Supreme Court on Monday pronounced its order on the issue of implementation of Justice RM Lodha panel recommendations on massive structural reforms in the Board of Control of Cricket in India.
The court has given the BCCI six months to implement the recommendations and appointed RM Lodha, the former chief justice of India who was the architect of the report, to oversee the transition.
No minister or government official can be an office-bearer of the national cricketing body, the Supreme Court on Monday said in a major setback to the BCCI while it also accepted the Lodha Committe recommendation of one state one vote for representation at the BCCI.
Virat Kohli-led India enjoy a game of beach volleyball and perform outdoor yoga in West Indies.
India off-spinner R Ashwin feels head coach Anil Kumble is someone who understands bowling psyche and can provide the right impetus to the bowlers during match situations.