The much-awaited Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the BCCI will be held on March 2...
The much-awaited Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the BCCI will be held on March 2 here as decided by the working committee today, which was attended by N Srinivasan in the capacity of Tamil Nadu Cricket Association (TNCA) President.
The committee discussed the implications of the Supreme Court judgement and decided to act as per legal advice.
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It was also decided to increase the monthly gratis scheme for all former cricketers by 50 per cent subject to a maximum of 50,000 rupees per month effective from January this year.
The meeting took place for half-an-hour only and the main subject of discussion was in respect of a hike of gratis payment to the former cricketers.
It was also learnt that interim president Shivlal Yadav in all likelihood is the frontrunner to replace Srinivasan in the next AGM if the amil Nadu strongman decides not to contest.
If there is no election, then Yadav, a former India off-spinner with more than 100 Test wickets may become head of BCCI unopposed.
It is learnt that Srinivasan intimated the Board members about CSK being transferred to a new subsidiary.
In a filing to the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), India Cements said it has completed the required documentation for transfer of CSK franchise to Chennai Super Kings Cricket Limited.