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NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court has further extended the already long rope given to BCCI president Sourav Ganguly and board secretary Jay Shah, both of whose tenures have long ended as per the apex court's own judgments, for a further two weeks.

In its latest sitting on Thursday, the Supreme Court Bench of Justice L Narasimha Rao and Justice Vineet Saran decided to hear the BCCI matter "after two weeks".

Feb 15, 2021 13:02
NEW DELHI: Another hearing, another date! That is what the Board of Control for Cricket in India is seeking from the Supreme Court. And if it does NOT get it, it will likely come as a surprise to the people who matter in the world's richest and most powerful cricketing body. 
Jan 05, 2021 17:01
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court will hear a plea by former India goalkeeper Kalyan Chaubey seeking fresh elections in the All India Football Federation (AIFF) on January 11.
Dec 22, 2020 19:12
NEW DELHI: The All India Football Federation Annual General Body Meeting, which was held via video conferencing on Monday, December 21, unanimously passed a resolution that the present executive committee under the leadership of AIFF president Praful Patel should continue functioning till the Supreme Court provides a suitable direction for AIFF to hold its elections.
Dec 10, 2020 12:12
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court, on Wednesday, December 9, decreed it would continue hearings on the proposed amendments to the Board of Control for Cricket in India's constitution in the third week of January. Restricting itself to procedural matters, the apex court DID NOT take up hearing the BCCI's application seeking amendments to its constitution.  
Dec 03, 2020 11:12
NEW DELHI: A final verdict from the Supreme Court on a matter it has already adjudicated on twice but has chosen to revisit yet again (emphasis ours) - reforms in Indian cricket administration - may be a long way off still (emphasis ours yet again), but at least now there is a date when the hearings will resume.
Nov 30, 2020 17:11
NEW DELHI: Questions around governance will never be too far away from Indian sporting bodies and so it is proving with the the All India Football Federation. A plea has been moved before the Supreme Court by AIFF president Praful Patel and the rest of the federation's executive committee members seeking permission to continue in office until a pending case is adjudicated.
Nov 24, 2020 20:11
NEW DELHI: The terms of Praful Patel and the rest of the All India Football Federation executive committee members is expected to extend beyond December after the AIFF filed an application in the Supreme Court to allow its EC to continue in office until a pending case is adjudicated.
Sep 18, 2020 17:09
NEW DELHI: In a relief to the Centre and the Indian Olympic Association (IOA), the Supreme Court on Thursday said the Centre need not seek the consent of the Delhi High Court before granting recognition to various sports federations under the National Sports Code.
Aug 26, 2020 18:08
NEW DELHI: The Union Sports Ministry and the Indian Olympic Association stated on Tuesday that they have decided to approach the Supreme Court to challenge a Delhi High Court order which prohibits the ministry from taking any decision on grant of recognition to national federations. 
Jul 22, 2020 20:07
NEW DELHI: BCCI president Sourav Ganguly and Indian cricket board secretary Jay Shah will remain in their posts for at least another two weeks after a two-judge Bench of the Supreme Court led by Chief Justice of India (CJI) SA Bobde agreed to hear the BCCI's application, seeking modification of its constitution.