21 Oct 2016
The Supreme Court on Friday ordered BCCI to freeze funds given to state associations until they implement sweeping reforms backed by the highest court.
19 Oct 2016
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday retained its direction to Karnataka to release 2000 cusecs of Cauvery water per day to Tamil Nadu.
06 Oct 2016
The Supreme Court on Thursday gave a final ultimatum to the BCCI to give an undertaking that it will implement the Lodha Committee directions by Friday.
20 Sep 2016
Mumbai: With the shadow of the Supreme Court-appointed Justice Lodha panel recommendations hanging over its head, the BCCI will be conducting its 87th Annual General Meeting here on Wednesday with one of the items on the agenda being the election of its honorary secretary.
06 Nov 2011
In a fresh setback to 44 deemed universities sought to be de-recognised by the Centre, a Supreme Court-appointed panel concurred with the earlier review committees that these institutions lacked requisite standards to justify their "deemed" status.
23 Sep 2016
New Delhi: Sahara Chief Subrata Roy and two other group directors will have to surrender to custody within a week, with the Supreme Court today terminating the "interim arrangements" of granting parole to them.
18 Jul 2016
New Delhi: No minister or government official can be an office-bearer of the national cricketing body, the Supreme Court today 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.
24 Jul 2016
Mumbai: The Mumbai Cricket Association, headed by president Sharad Pawar, today approved the Supreme Court verdict on sweeping reforms in the Cricket Board (BCCI) and its affiliates in toto and set into motion the process to redraw its constitution to align with the judgement.
20 Sep 2016
Bengaluru: Karnataka would challenge the Cauvery Supervisory Committee's Monday order to release more water to Tamil Nadu in the Supreme Court on Tuesday, said state Home Minister G. Parameshwara.
29 Sep 2016
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday came down heavily on Bihar government for not putting facts before the High Court which granted bail to Mohammad Shahabuddin in a murder case.