Shashank Manohar is expected to stay another year as BCCI president. He seems ready to step out of his comfort zone, but if Lalit Modi needed to be transparent, so does the BCCI.
The BCCI’s charges against Lalit Modi are unlikely to get very far so long as there are fears of what else might show up.
Rahul Mehra, who successfully took the BCCI to court demanding transparency in its operations, seeks answers concerning the IPL.
The man who forced the powerful BCCI to become more transparent has now filed a public interest litigation against almost all major sporting bodies in India, demanding that they come clean.
The BCCI’s rejection of the doping clause has set up yet another cricket-administration battle. But is it really about invasion of cricketers’ privacy as the BCCI pleads? And does the Indian cricket body really have the option to not toe the line?