Indian T20 squad without Raina like an engineering hostel without Internet: Twitter expresses shock at cricketer's ... - Daily News & Analysis

Suresh Raina was on Wednesday dropped from the BCCI contracts list even as uncapped pacer Shardul Thakur was honoured with a Grade C contract. The Committee of Administrators (COA) of the Indian cricket board had met to decide on the Annual ...

India doubles player salaries, hikes match fees - Bangladesh News 24 hours

India's cricket team have been given a significant pay rise, with the world's richest cricket board (BCCI) announcing on Wednesday that it had doubled salaries for the 2016-17 season and hiked match fees across all three of the game's formats. Players ...

Jadeja, Pujara, Vijay rewarded with top contracts by BCCI - Cricket World

Ravindra Jadeja, Murali Vijay and Cheteshwar Pujara were upgraded to Grade A in the central contracts by the the Board of Control for Cricket in India following their outstanding contribution to India's success in the elongated home season. The three ...

9 players who earned a BCCI contract for the first time ever - Sportskeeda

8 cricketers earned a Grade C contract, while one player earned a Grade B contract directly for team India. by Kaushal Raj @kaushalraj7. Top 5 / Top 10 2 hrs ago. Virat Kohli's team India The debutants will hope to earn Grade A contracts like Virat ...

BCCI not giving Suresh Raina a contract will boomerang on Virat Kohli; here is why - Financial Express

Since 2011, Suresh Raina he has averaged less than 35 in only 2011 and 2015 while maintaing a strike-rate over 95. By: Manas Tiwari | New Delhi | Updated: March 23, 2017 1:36 PM. 0. Shares. Facebook · Twitter · Google Plus · Whatsapp. Suresh Raina ...

Revealed: The reason why Suresh Raina hasn't been given a BCCI contract - Times of India

NEW DELHI: There was a time when Suresh Raina was a mainstay in Indian cricket team's limited-overs setup. On Wednesday, when BCCI announced renewal of contracts, his name was missing from the list of contracted players. On social media, several ...

India's contracted cricketers get double raise - Pakistan Today

NEW DELHI: The Indian cricket board on Wednesday doubled the salaries of its contracted players while retaining former skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni in the top pay bracket. Players holding a Grade A contract will now get an annual retainer fee of $3.05 ...

News in Numbers | Resident doctors of 40 govt hospitals in Delhi on strike today - Livemint

Fifty-three doctors were attacked in Maharashtra in the last two years, according to a report. Photo: iStockphoto. Rs 2 crore. What is it? The annual retainer fee of grade A cricketers, which the BCCI doubled from last year. Why is it important ...

BCCI contracts: Contrasting fortunes for Jadeja and Raina - Times of India

MUMBAI: While announcing that it has doubled the Annual Retainership fee of India's 32 centrally-contracted cricketers with the BCCI on Wednesday, the Committee of Administrators (CoA) threw in a 'mystery delivery' too. Recommended By Colombia.

Player contracts: Here's why Suresh Raina got the snub from BCCI - Mid-Day

Not so long ago Suresh Raina was the blue-eyed boy of Indian cricket, especially during the reign of MS Dhoni. But now, Raina has fallen from grace and does not figure among the 32 centrally contracted players, announced by Board of Control for Cricket ...

BCCI Committee Doubles Annual Pay For Indian Cricketers - Andhrawishesh (blog)

The Committee of Administrators (COA) of the Board of Control for Cricket (BCCI), in India has doubled the Annual Retainer Fees for Indian Cricketers. The annual retainership amounted of RS 2 crore, has been granted to seven Grade A cricketers ...

BCCI reveals the amount Indian cricketers will receive per match in Tests, ODIs and T20Is - Zee News

BCCI also rewarded Ravindra Jadeja and Chesteshwar Pujara – two of India's most consistent performers in the long home season, by promoting them in Grade A category of the annual contracts. By Zee Media Bureau | Last Updated: Thursday, March 23, ...

Twitter Shocked After BCCI Leaves Raina Out of Contracts List - Yahoo Cricket (blog)

Suresh Raina has not managed to remain a regular fixture in the Indian team, but his exclusion has raised eyebrows. More. The BCCI on Wednesday doubled the Annual Retainership fee of India's 32 centrally-contracted cricketers with current skipper Virat ...

Cheteshwar Pujara, Ravindra Jadeja upgraded to Grade A in BCCI contracts - Catch News

Following their stellar performances in the on-going Border-Gavaskar Trophy, India's top-order batsman Cheteshwar Pujara and all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja were elevated to Grade A of the Annual Players Contracts. While Jadeja recently climbed to the top ...

BCCI doubles annual retainership fee of 32 centrally contracted cricketers - All India Radio

BCCI has doubled the Annual Retainership fee of India's 32 centrally contracted cricketers. The Committee of Administrators (COA) met yesterday and decided on the contracts for male cricketers for the period ending 30th September this year. Seven Grade ...

India's cricket elite to earn bigger bucks - cricket.com.au

India's top male cricketers will be earning more than ever after the Board of Control for Cricket in India announced Wednesday the Annual Player Contracts for the 2016-17 season. The annual retainers have been doubled, with Grade A players, such as ...

Jadeja, Pujara and Vijay given top BCCI contracts - Daily Times

NEW DELHI: Ravindra Jadeja, Cheteshwar Pujara and M Vijay have been included in the Grade A category of annual contracts announced by the BCCI (Indian Cricket Board) on Wednesday. The trio joins Virat Kohli, MS Dhoni, R Ashwin and Ajinkya Rahane ...

Pujara makes it to the elite group - The Hindu

Cheteshwar Pujara moved up to Grade A in the BCCI annual players' contracts list (period ending Sept. 30, 2017), as per the decision taken by the Committee of Administrators (CoA) on Wednesday. He will now be paid Rs. 2 crore. Retainer doubled.

5 Indian players who missed out on central contract for 2016/17 - Yahoo Cricket (blog)

BCCI has announced the latest contracts for the Indian men's team and it hasn't been all good news for the players. Although the central contracts have doubled from 1 crore, 50 lakh and 25 (for Grade A, B and C) to 2 crore, 1 crore and 50 lakh (for ...

BCCI announces pay hike for Indian men cricketers by cent percent - New Kerala

Mumbai, Mar 22 : Board of Control for Cricket in India in an official statement announced the pay hike for all Indian men cricketers by cent percent, on Wednesday. The annual retainer amount paid to cricketers of all grades (A,B,C) have been doubled.