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England ‘Offers’ To Be Neutral Venue For India vs Pakistan Test Series, BCCI ‘Not Interested’
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England ‘Offers’ To Be Neutral Venue For India vs Pakistan Test Series, BCCI ‘Not Interested’

File image of India captain Rohit Sharma and Pakistan captain Babar Azam© AFPThe England and Wales Cricket Board has informally offered to be the hosts if India and Pakistan plan to play a bilateral Test series but BCCI sources said chances of that happening in the near future is "next to nil". The UK daily 'Telegraph' reported that "Martin Darlow, the deputy chairman of the England and Wales Cricket Board, has held talks with the Pakistan Cricket Board during the current Twenty20 series and offered England's grounds as venues ideally for a three-match Test series in future." While the ECB has made the offer for its own commercial gains, the powers that be in the BCCI laughed off the suggestions and said that no such possibilities might arise at least in the next few years."Firstly, E...
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BCCI AGM On October 18, General Body To Select India’s Representative To ICC

File image of the BCCI logo© AFPThe BCCI has confirmed its AGM (Annual General Meeting) will be held on October 18. According to a notification sent by BCCI secretary Jay Shah, the AGM will be held in Mumbai. Women's IPL is one of the important items on the agenda circulated to the state associations on Thursday evening. Also on the agenda are election to the office-bearers: president, vice-president, secretary, joint secretary and treasurer.High on the agenda will also be election of India's representative at the International Cricket Council.The two candidates as of now are 77-year-old former BCCI strongman N Srinivasan and the 50-year-old current BCCI president Sourav Ganguly, There are 29 points on the agenda.PromotedThere will be election of two representatives (one male and one...
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Expecting To Start Women’s IPL In 2023: BCCI President Sourav Ganguly To State Associations

File photo of Sourav Ganguly.© AFPBCCI president Sourav Ganguly told all state associations on Tuesday that the board is expecting to start the Women's IPL early next year. Ganguly wrote to all state associations outlining important points on the home international and domestic season for 2022-23. In the letter, he mentioned that the BCCI is working on the women's IPL. "The BCCI is currently working on the much-awaited Women's IPL. We are expecting to start the first season early next year," read the document in possession of NDTV."More details on this will follow in the due course," Ganguly added in the letter.He also revealed that the men's IPL will go back to the home-and-away format."The next season of men's IPL will also go back to the home and away format with all ten teams pla...