Board of Control for Cricket in India

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  • Bpc Case Study

    Even though BCCI at time performs functions for the public, it may not make much difference in the case. To define the state, court though of many case such as Sukhdev and Ors. etc v. Bhagatram Sarfar Singh Raguvanshi and And. etc (1975) SCC 421, in this case question was whither or employee under Oil and natural Gas Commission and Indian Fiance Corporation and Life Insurance Corporation under Article 14 and 16 against the Corporation. Ramana Dayaram Sherry V. International Airport Authority of India and Ors. (1979) 3 SCC489, in this case court learned corporation within the incorporation of Companies Act, 1956 or the Societies Registration Act,…

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  • Cricket In The World Essay

    The game of cricket, is one of the oldest sports in the world, can date its origins all the way to the 1500s where it was played in small villages in England. From those humble beginnings in small British villages now known as Sussex, the game of cricket now boasts an estimated fan base of around two and half billion fans according to a research report by topendsports.com. Now, cricket has become the second most popular sport in the world. People from all over the world play and follow cricket.…

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  • BCCI V. Cricket Association Of Bara Case Study

    CASE ANALYSIS BCCI V. CRICKET ASSOCIATION OF BIHAR AND ORISSA INTRODUCTION ISSUE OF THE CASE: The Cricket Association of Bihar (CAB) moved the Supreme Court for stay of elections of BCCI for office bearers which was scheduled for May 22 and to bar chargesheeted candidates from contesting. The plea was made before a vacation bench of Justices AM Sapre and Ashok Bhushan who declined to hear calling it a part-heard matter and saying that the regular bench was already hearing it. Counsel…

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  • Virat Kohli Analysis

    Yet another overseas series defeat for India. Following a stream of success on sub-continental conditions (and on similar pitches in West Indies), this tour of South Africa has been the first exposure outside its comfort zone for this Virat Kohli-led team. And here we are, India, the No.1 Test side in the world according to ICC rankings, are 0-2 down after two Tests in a three-match series. The threat of a humiliating whitewash is on the cards and yet the skipper is not ready to answer the tough…

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  • Tata Share Case Study

    He was the son of Bapuji and Virbaiji Saklatwala. He worked closely with Dorabji Tata. Being a cricket player, he was the first chairman of the Cricket Club of India. He died suddenly in the year 1938 due to heart attack. JEHANGIR RATANJI DADABHOY TATA. After Sir, Nawroji Saklatwala's death, JRD Tata was the next chairperson of the Tata Group. JRD was a french born India. He led the Tata Group for 53 years. He married a French and later after marriage changed her name to Sooni. In 1925, JRD…

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  • Cidade De Goa Analysis

    cluster style courtyards, rooms and overhanging balconies along with magical use of colour in its “trompe l’oeil” murals and painted facades has earned international recognition for its creator. The pictorial imagery and sculpted characters on the walls add to the magnificent reminiscent of historic era. These include an eye catching trio of Vasco da Gama statues reflecting his virtues as a explorer, philosopher and statesman. Yet in the midst of this great reflection of Portuguese tradition,…

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  • Outdoor Advertising In The Media

    creating initial awareness at the time of product launch. The internet is being used increasingly to provide detailed information, as a reminder medium, and for the interactivity and transactional facilities it offers. Interestingly, using tools, media agencies claim, they can accurately foretell the effect of a certain advertising format in a certain media vehicle and the effectiveness of a given creative on the given target group. Ad budget allocation is much more scientific today than it…

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