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The Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) in its Annual Normal Assembly (AGM) has come out with many plans of their agenda which additionally contains the budgeting plans of the the state cricket associations. The much-awaited AGM will probably be held on Tuesday, October 18, at a five-star resort in South Mumbai.

The nationwide cricket board’s AGM will even very possible see the legendary all-rounder and 1983 World Cup winner Roger Binny being named as its thirty sixth president. Binny will probably be succeeding former Indian skipper Sourav Ganguly. Other than that, focus will even be on the BCCI’s latest project- The Ladies’s IPL  which is ready to take off from subsequent yr onwards. On the identical time, it stays to be seen what key selections will probably be taken by the BCCI so far as the ICC Chairmanship publish is anxious. 

What’s BCCI’s plans for the state cricket items for the AGM?

An estimated sum of an exceptional INR 30 crore is ready to be introduced for every of the state cricket associations. 

Based on stories in Cricbuzz, “Though it’s their entitlement, the state items have been advised that INR 30 crore will probably be credited to their accounts as a part of their share. The share of the North East and new states might range a little bit however all of the members of the Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) are in for a serious windfall.”

Thus, there was a major rise within the internet hosting charges of a number of the prestigious home tournaments just like the Col CK Nayadu Trophy, Cooch Behar Trophy, and, the Vijay Service provider Trophy. The match day internet hosting charges of all of the stated tournaments have gone up from INR 1,00,000 all the best way to 1,75,000.

Other than this, the BCCI has additionally elevated the internet hosting subsidy of day-night matches for these home tournaments by a whopping INR one lakh i.e. from 3,50,000 per match to 4,50,000. This has been applied so as to meet the bills for the rising price of floodlight operations. 

Following are the record of pointers for the BCCI’s AGM AGENDA:

1. Merchandise A – ninetieth AGM Minutes

2. Merchandise G – Honorary Secretary’s Report

3. Merchandise P(a) – CEO’s Report

4. Merchandise P(a) – Report & Advice of Apex Council

5. Merchandise P(b) – Report of IPL Governing Council

6. Merchandise P(c) – Report of Ombudsman, BCCI

7. Merchandise P(c) – Report of the Ethics Officer, BCCI

8. Merchandise S – Replace on ICC issues

9. Merchandise T – Replace on ICC Tax issues

10. Merchandise U – Replace on New Nationwide Cricket Academy issues

11. Merchandise V – Replace on infrastructure growth initiatives undertaken by the BCCI within the North-Japanese area

12. Merchandise W – India’s Future Tour Packages

13. Merchandise X – Replace on Ladies’s IPL

14. Merchandise Y – IPL Media Rights

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