MUMBAI: Two terminations. Two arbitration cases. Two times, the Board of Control for Cricket in India's actions have been deemed illegal. Two times the BCCI has been ordered to pay BIG in damages.

The BCCI on Friday lost the arbitration proceedings brought against it by former Indian Premier League franchise Deccan Chargers, winners of IPL 2009, and has been ordered to pay a "substantial amount" for the "unlawful" decision to terminate the team in September 2012, Mumbai Mirror reports.

Jul 03, 2020 17:07
NEW DELHI: The faction-riven Volleyball Federation of India has suffered yet another setback after global audit firm PricewaterhouseCoopers issuing a ‘cease and desist’ order addressed to the secretary general of the VFI over its unwarranted use, in an ongoing arbitration dispute, of a confidential report prepared by PwC. 
Oct 02, 2018 11:10
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Mar 16, 2018 15:03
NEW DELHI: The Board of Control for Cricket in India has finally run out of any more legal cards to play in its long running battle contesting the compensation awarded to the promoters of the disbanded Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Kochi Tuskers Kerala for terminating their contract in 2011.