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Committee recommends names for BCCI Annual Awards

The BCCI Annual Awards will be held before the historic Test between India and Afghanistan in Bengaluru.

Mr. Anshuman Gaekwad, former India batsman and two-time national coach, and former India opener, late Mr. Pankaj Roy (posthumously) have been recommended for the prestigious Col. CK Nayudu Lifetime Achievement award.

The three-member committee comprising Mr. CK Khanna (Acting President), Mr. Amitabh Choudhary (Acting Hon. Secretary) and Mr. N Ram (eminent journalist) have also nominated former India captain Ms. Diana Edulji, and Ms. Sudha Shah, former India batter and coach for the BCCI Lifetime Achievement Award (women).

The committee has recommended Mr. Abbas Ali Baig, late Mr. Naren Tamhane and late Mr. Budhi Kunderan for the BCCI Special award.

The BCCI Annual Awards will be held before the historic Test between India and Afghanistan in Bengaluru.

The list of recommendations (year-wise) is as below:

Pankaj Roy (2016-17) - Col. CK Nayudu Lifetime Achievement Award
Anshuman Gaekwad (2017-18) – Col. CK Nayudu Lifetime Achievement Award
Diana Edulji (2016-17) - BCCI Lifetime Achievement Award (women)
Sudha Shah (2017-18) - BCCI Lifetime Achievement Award (women)
Abbas Ali Baig (2016-17) - BCCI Special award
Naren Tamhane (2016-17) - BCCI Special award
Budhi Kunderan (2017-18) - BCCI Special award

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Aashish Kapoor appointed as chairman of the All-India Junior Selection Committee

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) announces the appointment of Mr. Aashish Kapoor as chairman of the All-India Junior Selection Committee.

Apart from Mr. Kapoor, the other two members of the selection panel include Mr. Gyanendra Pandey and Mr. Rakesh Parikh.

A former off spinner, Kapoor played four Tests and 17 ODIs for India, including the 1996 ICC World Cup. He has also played 128 first-class games and 93 List A matches.

Amitabh Choudhary


Acting Hon. Secretary

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