ICC meeting tomorrow will approve revamp plan
India will push for significant control over the ICC's revenue and power structure when a radical revamp plan is put to vote in a meeting tomorrow.
CVC gives podium for Ex-CAG Vinod Rai who faulted government for 2G loss
The CVC has invited Rai as one of the speakers at a two-day national...
Cricket South Africa denies being part of 'unanimous support' to ICC revamp
CSA denied governing body's claim that there was "unanimous suppo...
Pakistan cautious about BCCI offer to play at neutral venues
The cricket community in Pakistan has reacted cautiously to reports that the Indian and English Boards were willing to play Pakistan at neutral venues.
Set to gain from ICC overhaul, BCCI backs revamp plan
The BCCI today unanimously backed the plan which would cede executive decision-making in world cricket to India, Australia and England on the lines of ICC structural revamp.
ICC reforms a recognition of India's revenue generation: BCCI
Defending the proposed structural revamp of the ICC, the BCCI said the plan is a "recognition" of the country's revenue generation capacity.
Cricket Australia defends ICC revamp plans
Cricket Australia has defended the structural overhaul of the ICC which will cede executive decision-making to India, Australia and England.
Corruption issue rankles Congress, AICC resolution guarded on it
UPA govt had faced flak from the judiciary on 2G and coal block allocations issues along with some of its other controversial decisions earlier.
Indian to seek judicial review on bail conditions
An Indian, part of 25 alleged rioters in Singapore's violence attack recently, plans to seek judicial reviews on bail conditions.
Won't keep mum if made target of political witch-hunt: Congress
"We will definitely raise our voices if any party tries to settle its political vendetta," Delhi Congress Chief, Arvinder Singh Lovely said.
Budget 2016: Some hits, some misses
Budget’s most important miss is it does not get coming disruption from digital technology, says Nandan Nilekani.
Better late than never: Top Budget bets from various brokerages just for you
Can Finance Minister pull off a good balancing act by addressing key concerns of the economy without compromising on fiscal consolidation?
Economic Survey 2014: A dose of realism is required, says Taimur Baig of Deutsche Bank
The survey is a wishlist of a number of important reforms India needs to pursue to get growth and job creation.
Not only discoms, all PPP projects should also be audited: Ex-CAG
Vinod Rai also asked why should the private power companies have any objections to a government audit.
ET Awards 2015: We’re heading in the right direction, says Arun Jaitley
While aggressively pitching for economic reforms the finance minister emphasized that the fruits of growth have to reach the weaker sections of society.
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