India to participate in Champions Trophy

Lydia Fleming
May 7, 2017

It was decided that the squad for the series will be picked on Monday.

Sources told TOI that the representatives of BCCI's affiliated bodies, who met the CoA in the capital on Saturday ahead of the crucial Special General Meeting, were also asked to present a consolidated list of grievances regarding the Lodha committee's administrative reforms, which they have been unable to implement due to "practical problems".

The Indian team, led by Mahendra Singh Dhoni celebrate their ICC Champions Trophy win after beating hosts England in the final at Edgbaston, Birmingham on June 23, 2013.

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The uncertainty stemmed from India's evident dissatisfaction with the new power and revenue-sharing model agreed by the International Cricket Council last month.

"The all-India senior selection meeting will be held tomorrow, May 8, in New Delhi to pick the team". The COA had prevailed over the members on the need to select the squad for the tournament without prejudice to the BCCI.

Virat Kohli & Co. can start packing their kit bags for next month's ICC Champions Trophy in England. "We don't want to pursue any legal case and don't want a confrontational approach", said Shukla.

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Cricket's massive popularity in India has helped the BCCI become by far the wealthiest of all of cricket's national boards, netting massive money from sponsorship and TV deals.

On Friday, the Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators (CoA), in a strongly worded statement, ordered the BCCI to refrain from taking any decision which might harm the interests of Indian cricket. The CoA had pointed out to the BCCI that ICC chairman Shashank Manohar "has made an offer of a $100 million more" to the Indian board, and sending the ICC a legal notice at that point would have jeopardised negotiations at a "delicate and critical stage".

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