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In view of the corruption charges against Delhi and District Cricket Association and its former president Arun Jaitley, the sports ministry is keen to bring the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) under the purview of the National Sports Development Bill.


The Justice Rajendra Mal Lodha Committee is ready with the final report and will submit its findings to the Supreme Court and the BCCI on January 4. 


Shashank Manohar's re-induction is a milestone for Indian cricket. He will inject fresh energy, bring better governance and restore BCCI's credibility - IS BINDRA on BCCI's new President Shashank Manohar' 


Bizarre run-out sparks debate: Shreevats Goswami was stunned by a run-out in the Ranji Trophy that led to… #cricket

Wet outfield shames Eden: The washout in Eden Gardens is a culmination of a series of issues faced in the… #cricket

#IndvSA, 3rd T20I: Match abandoned without a ball being bowled. #cricket

#IndvSA, 3rd T20I: Match abandoned without a ball being bowled. #cricket

#IndvSA, 3rd T20I: Match start delayed due to wet outfield. Match was scheduled to start at 07:00 PM IST… #cricket

About Me

Inderjit Singh Bindra, also known as I. S. Bindra, is a cricket administrator who was formerly a President of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI).

Bindra served as the President of Punjab Cricket Association (PCA) from 1978 to 2014. In 2015, he was elected as the Chairman of PCA.

Bindra was elected President of BCCI in 1993 and held the post until 1996. Bindra and Jagmohan Dalmiya were responsible for hosting the Cricket World Cup in the Indian subcontinent in 1987 and 1996. Bindra has also worked as principal advisor of the International Cricket Council (ICC) when Sharad Pawar was its President.

In 2015, the PCA Stadium in Mohali was renamed after Bindra as "Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium"




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