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Details of payments made above Rs. 25 Lakh during the month of Dec 2017

Details of payments made above Rs. 25 Lakh during the month of December 2017 


Date

Party Name

CHQ./RTGS Amt.in INR 

Particulars

02/12/2017

The Tamil Nadu Cricket Association

17400000.00

Advance agst amount due to association- Hosting Fees of India Vs Australia (ODI) 17 September 2017  @  Chennai vide Inv no 6  dtd 12th September 2017

02/12/2017

GROUP M MEDIA INDIA PVT LTD

4174127.00

Press bills towards tender ad dated 21.09.2017 in TOI & Economic Times for IPL Media rights tender for Season 2018-2022

02/12/2017

The Cricket Association of Bengal

29000000.00

Hosting Fees of India Vs SL( Test) 16th Nov to 20th Nov 2017  @  Kolkotta vide Inv no 49  dtd 28 November 2017  -Advance agst amount due to association

02/12/2017

Bigtree Entertainment Pvt Ltd

7625000.00

Cost of tickets for T-20 World Cup 2016

04/12/2017

Yourself for Income Tax

42398423.00

TDS for the month of November 2017

04/12/2017

Yourself for Income Tax

          6962513.00

TDS - Employees (92B) for the month of November 2017

06/12/2017

The Cricket Association of Bengal

5648873.00

Reimbursement of  U-19 Cooch Behar Trophy Group "A"TournamentInv no CAB/54/17-18 dtd 30-11-17 BCCI/HQ/49(G)/4024/2017

06/12/2017

DNA Entertainment Networks Pvt Ltd

4177417.00

1 LED Sight Screen cost for each venue & differential cost towards Linear Score Boards in Banglore for IPL 2017 as per Inv No 156/GST/17-18 and Letter No IPL425/2017

06/12/2017

The Cricket Association of Bengal

3286196.00

Reimbursement of  U-23 Col C K Nayudu Trophy Elite "Ä" TournamentInv no CAB/50/17-18 dtd 28-11-17 BCCI/HQ/49(A)/4026/2017

08/12/2017

Vidarbha Cricket Association

29000000.00

Advance agst amount due to association- Towards Hosting Fees of India Vs Sri lanka (Test Match) from 24.11.17 to 28.11.17  @ Jamtha Stadium,Nagpur vide Inv no 2017-18/015 dtd 4.11.17 as per Clause 5.1 of stadium agreement

08/12/2017

Goa Cricket Association

16813620.00

Reimbursement of Various Expenses Invoice No GST/NOV/46

08/12/2017

Bhuvneshwar Kumar

8368322.00

Tour fee, Match fee & Retainership fee (Jul-Sep 17) for India tour to Sri Lanka & West Indies 2017 as per 2017-18/GST/002 and Letter No BCCI/HQ/47(C-3)/3844/2017

08/12/2017

Rohit Sharma

7597260.00

Tour fee, Match fee & Retainership fee (Jul-Sep 17) for India tour to Sri Lanka 2017 as per BCCI/001/177-18 and Letter No BCCI/HQ/47(C-3)/3760/2017

08/12/2017

Cheteshwar Pujara

6600302.00

Match fee, Tour fee & Retainership fee (July-Sep17) for India tour to Sri Lanka 2017 as per Inv No BCCI/01/2017 and BCCI/HQ/47(C-3)/3886/2017

08/12/2017

Kedar Jadhav

3841385.00

Match fee, Tour fee and Retainership fee (Jul-Sep17) for India tour to West Indies and Sri Lanka as per Inv No 40 and Letter No BCCI/HQ/47(C-3)/3887/2017

08/12/2017

Axar Patel

3692544.00

Match fee, Tour fee and Retainership fee (Jul-Sep17) for India tour Sri Lanka as per Inv No GST-003 and Letter No BCCI/HQ/47(C-3)/3887/2017

08/12/2017

Yuvraj Singh

3545687.00

Tour fee, Match fee & Retainership fee (Jul-Sep 17) for India tour to West Indies as per Letter No BCCI/HQ/47(C-3)/3761/2017

08/12/2017

Manish Pandey

3044544.00

Match fee, Tour fee & Retainership fee for India tour to Sri Lanka 2017 as per Inv No 006/2017/MP0/JultoSep/GST and Letter No BCCI/HQ/47(C-3)/3916/2017

12/12/2017

Jharkhand State Cricket Association

4048285.00

Reimbursement of  U-19 Cooch Behar Trophy Group "D"Tournament Inv no JSCA/17-18/012 dtd 3-11-17 BCCI/HQ/49(K)/3908/2017

12/12/2017

Jharkhand State Cricket Association

3637928.00

Reimbursement of  U-23 Col C K Nayudu Trophy Plate "Ä" Tournament Inv no JSCA/17-18/010 dtd 3-11-17 BCCI/HQ/49(D)/3909/2017

12/12/2017

Goa Cricket Association

3088216.00

GST Payment against Invoice No GST/NOV/46

12/12/2017

Jharkhand State Cricket Association

2521270.00

Reimbursement of  U-16 Vijay Merchant Trophy League Tournament Inv no JSCA/17-18/013 dtd 3-11-17 BCCI/HQ/50(G)3/3910/2017

13/12/2017

Jharkhand State Cricket Association

7354400.00

Reimbursement of Participation subsidy  & Match Fee as per Invoice No 6  dtd   3 Nov  2017 - BCCI/HQ/49(P) /4022(A)/2017-Ranji Trophy

14/12/2017

Yourself for GST

269869074.00

GST Payment for the month of November 2017 - BCCI Maharashtra

14/12/2017

Ishant Sharma

2636496.00

Match fee, Tour fee and Retainership fee (Jul-Sep17) for India tour Sri Lanka as per Inv No GST-003 and Letter No BCCI/HQ/47(C-3)/3887/2017

16/12/2017

Jatin Paranjape

4320000.00

Professional fees for the period February 2017 to Seotember 2017 as per Inv No BCCI-001/17-18 and Letter No BCCI/HQ/47(C-2)/3754/2017

18/12/2017

Yourself for GST

19730302.00

GST Payment for the month of November 2017 - BCCI Maharashtra

19/12/017

Sanspareils Greenlands Pvt Ltd

2822131.00

Purchase of SG balls for NCA as per Letter No BCCI/HQ/24(C)/3726/3017

21/12/2017

Indiawin Sports Private Limited

139360000.00

4th Installment (Adhoc) for IPL 2017

21/12/2017

GMR Sports Private Limited

129745000.00

4th Installment (Adhoc) for IPL 2017

21/12/2017

Sun TV Network Limited

129600000.00

4th Installment (Adhoc) for IPL 2017

21/12/2017

Knight Riders Sports Private Limited

118800000.00

4th Installment (Adhoc) for IPL 2017

21/12/2017

K.P.H. Dream Cricket Private Limited

118800000.00

4th Installment (Adhoc) for IPL 2017

21/12/2017

Delhi & District Cricket Association

29000000.00

Advance agst amount due to association-Hosting Fees of India Vs Srilanka (Test) - 2nd Dec 2017 to 6th Dec 2017 Inv no 14  dtd 11th Dec 2017 

21/12/2017

Assam Cricket Association

20162224.42

Payment of outstanding O/D amount

21/12/2017

Yourself for Income Tax

9442950.00

TDS (92B+94J) Salary -World cup 2016 for the month of December 2017

21/12/2017

Trade Wings Ltd.

6516418.00

Cost of air tickets issued to match officials, players, BCCI officials, match observers, office bearers, curators etc. during period 23/10 to 31/10. Inv No. BCCI/17/10/1032 (BCCI/HQ/50(K)/3980/2017)

21/12/2017

Assam Cricket Association

3225956.00

Payment of Balance GST , post deduction of TDS from Invoice no 4 dated 14-12-17

21/12/2017

Trade Wings Ltd.

2997500.00

50% advance towards air ticket charges of Women's cricket team tour to South Africa Jan-Feb 2018. Proforma Inv No. 00000008

21/12/2017

The Landmark Hotel

2721552.00

Stay charges of India Blue team, India Green team and India Red team during 11/09 to 22/09 at Kanpur for Duleep Trophy matches. Inv No. 17104268 (BCCI/HQ/23(B)/3499/2017)

22/12/2017

Yourself for Income Tax

1000000000.00

Income tax demand - AY 2013-14 - to be paid under protest

22/12/2017

Trade Wings Ltd.

15000000.00

Ad hoc advance against outstanding inovices

22/12/2017

Thomas Cook India Ltd

8646000.00

75% Advance Payment towards forex to be handedover to teams travelling to South Africa & New Zealand

22/12/2017

Planetcast Media Services Ltd.

3834000.00

1st 50% for DSNG Service charge (Digital Feed) for Ranji Digital Production 2017-18. Inv.No.D17-18/TBC/0104. (BCCI/186/2017)

22/12/2017

Goa Cricket Association

2552000.00

Hosting & Participation Subsidy claim for Goa as per Invoice No  48 dtd 11/12/2017 -BCCI/HQ/49(D)/4252/2017-U23 Col C K Nayudu Trophy 17-18

26/12/2017

Yourself for Service Tax

9145446.00

Service Tax payment on Import of services prior to July 2017.

30/12/2017

Maharashtra Cricket Association

         15000000.00

Advance Against Amount due to Association-Amount paid for Loan Repayment

30/12/2017

Maharashtra Cricket Association

         10448402.00

Advance Against Amount due to Association-Amount paid for Loan Repayment

30/12/2017

Maharashtra Cricket Association

          7986313.00

Advance Against Amount due to Association-Amount paid for Loan Repayment

30/12/2017

Maharashtra Cricket Association

          5374673.00

Advance Against Amount due to Association-Amount paid for Loan Repayment

30/12/2017

Maharashtra Cricket Association

          5032821.00

Advance Against Amount due to Association-Amount paid for Loan Repayment

30/12/2017

Maharashtra Cricket Association

          2879354.00

Advance Against Amount due to Association-Amount paid for Loan Repayment


Foreign Payments

Date

Party Name

Amount in  INR

Particulars

07/12/2017

Pulse Innovations Ltd

                                   26,17,700

Design & Maintenance fee of IPL Website for the period July 2017 to Sep 2017

07/12/2017

Pulse Innovations Ltd

                                   61,02,069

Recharge of BCCI CDN & Hosting Services for the period July to August 2017

BCCI Desk

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Sitaram Tambe, BCCI’s longest-serving employee set to retire

Sitaram Tambe has served the BCCI for over four decades handling various responsibilities

The Cricket Centre building in the vicinity of the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai is now a famous landmark, but the oldest employee of the Board of Control for Cricket in India has been serving the association from the time when the Board operated from a small space inside the Cricket Club of India at the Brabourne Stadium.

Sitaram Tambe, a familiar face in the faceless backroom staff that plays a crucial role in smooth conduct of India’s official cricket on a day-to-day basis has been carrying trophies to all parts of India. Traveling across the length and breadth of the country, Tambe mama as he is fondly called ensures that months of hard work that a cricket team puts to earn the coveted trophy get its due when the shining silverware reaches its deserving winner.

A walking ATM of anecdotes, it was Tambe who handed the official selection letter to the Tendulkar household in Bandra informing the family members that a bright teenager with curly hair has been picked to represent India way back in 1989. Incidentally, like Sachin Tendulkar, Tambe was 16 when he first started serving the BCCI. “I had the pleasure of delivering the official letter to Sachin Tendulkar’s father at this residence. When he retired after a 24-year-long career, I had again gone to his house to get his autographs on some souvenirs. On my first visit, he was still a teenager, but on my next, he had become an all-time great,” he recalls with a smile.

While the team selection announcements are now streamed live, back then Tambe mama made trips to the post office to send telegrams to those picked in the squad. In those days, he even doubled up as logistics operator and coordinated with airports and other relevant authorities during Indian team’s foreign visits transporting team’s kit bags.

When the Clive Lloyd-led West Indies (now Windies) arrived in India after the World Cup in 1983, he helped the players get local Indian currency and even suggested hot spots to try out the local cuisine. He fondly remembers the time spent with former greats Lala Amarnath, MAK Pataudi, B. S. Chandrasekhar and Salim Durani.

In over four decades, not once has he misplaced or damaged a trophy. In fact, he is the go-to man when a trophy or a part of it breaks. “I had gone to deliver the Ranji Trophy to Indore last year (2016-17 season) and when I handed it over to the crew there, the top of it broke while the trophy was being removed. It weighs 15 kgs. We called a local expert, took the trophy to his workshop and sat there till the work was complete. By the time we reached the ground with the trophy, it was 2am and when Gujarat were handed the trophy, it was in pristine condition.”

As he approaches the finish line of what has been a marathon run, Tambe mama will make one more trip to Indore with the historic Ranji Trophy to crown the domestic champions of the 2017-18 season. With Tambe mama (grey safari suit), the BCCI will also bid goodbye to their senior employees Dr Vece Paes (extreme right), Jayant Jhaveri (first from left) and B Laxman (second from left) whose contribution has been immense and their experience, invaluable.  

BCCI Staff

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