Players and politicians expressed shock and grounds fell silent on Thursday as the cricket world plunged into mourning after the death of Australian batsman Phillip Hughes.
The Supreme Court on Thursday observed that there was a clear case of conflict of interest as N. Srinivasan was BCCI chief as well as the owner of IPL team Chennai Super King.
Australia batsman Phillip Hughes died on Thursday from a rare head injury after a sickening on-field blow in a tragedy that sent shockwaves through the sporting world.
Mumbai, November 27 – My dear Hughesy,
The Supreme Court (SC) on Thursday asked the Board of Control for Cricket in India to disqualify Chennai Super Kings (CSK) without further enquiry on Thursday. "What is more important?
The horrific blow to Phil Hughes’ head has put the cricket world in a sombre mood. It is in such terrible incidents that the danger of action sport is stressed the most.
Fear of freak accidents and safety on the field have been expressed by city’s cricket community after the tragic death of 25-year-old Aussie cricketer Phil Hughes
As the world of sport shuddered with the news of Australian cricketer Phil Hughes’ death on what will go down as a dark Thursday, it also mourned the loss of a talent in such tragic circumstances.