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Supreme Court’s verdict will change the landscape of how cricket is run in India
The Indian Express
Considering Associate members cannot have representatives on the Apex Council, we could well have a scenario where those running Mumbai cricket watch from the sidelines as an official from Mizoram calls the shots at the BCCI. It’ll also be interesting
No minister, officer can be aboard cricket board: SCChandigarh Tribune
SC stands by Lodha panel report to revamp cricketThe Hindu
Centre to examine whether to legalise betting in cricket: Supreme CourtEconomic Times
Hindustan Times –Firstpost –ESPNcricinfo.com
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The Indian Express

Supreme Court's verdict will change the landscape of how cricket is run in India
The Indian Express
Considering Associate members cannot have representatives on the Apex Council, we could well have a scenario where those running Mumbai cricket watch from the sidelines as an official from Mizoram calls the shots at the BCCI. It'll also be interesting
No minister, officer can be aboard cricket board: SCChandigarh Tribune
SC stands by Lodha panel report to revamp cricketThe Hindu
Centre to examine whether to legalise betting in cricket: Supreme CourtEconomic Times
Hindustan Times –Firstpost –ESPNcricinfo.com
all 178 news articles »

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