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Chetan, Balu, Akbar bailed out ‘conditionally’ after 10 days

After spending 10 days in police custody, three top officials of Goa Cricket Association – Chetan Desai, Vinod Phadke and Akbar Mullah – were released on conditional bail by the court today evening. READ

Another GCA scam of Rs 5.87 Cr alleged, Nilesh files complaint

Yet another former Ranaji cricketer has brought yet another alleged scandal of Rs 5.87 crore of the Goa Cricket Association to the light. READ

GCA-type frauds not possible without BCCI support: Kirti Azad

The procession has started. What has been expected for years has begun to happen with the biblical inevitability --- “Look I told you so’. READ

Chetan, Balu suspended from BCCI Coms, show cause to all 3 for action

The BCCI on Saturday suspended and issued showcause notices to the top Goa Cricket Association (GCA) officials, who were arrested for alleged misappropriation of organisation funds, and initiated a probe of its own against them. READ

GCA trio’s police custody extended, bail hearing from tomorrow

Police custody of the tainted high profile trio of the Goa Cricket Association is now extended till Monday, pending hearing on their bail application. READ

BCCI assures swift action against GCA trio, decides online fund transfer

Barely two weeks before the Supreme Court pronounces verdict that can change the way the BCCI functions, a financial fiasco in Goa has left the board busy devising damage-control measures. READ

BCCI plans a Com, but Goan cricketers want Admin probing GCA scams

The BCCI has decided to appoint a committee to look after day-to-day functioning of the Goa Cricket Association, but local cricketers want a committee that would probe into the whole functioning of the GCA. READ

GCA Trio remanded to 1-day custody, CM says no interference

Chetan Desai, Vinod Phadke and Akbar Mullah, three top officials of the Goa Cricket Association will remain behind the bars for one day. READ

BCCI to appoint Com to run GCA, arrested trio applies for bail

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has decided to set up a committee to run Goa Cricket Association, following Goa police arresting its top three officials. READ

GCA’s Balu, Chetan, Akbar arrested for multi-crore fraud charges

Goa police today evening arrested three top office bearers of the Goa Cricket Association, facing charges of a fraud to the tune of Rs 3.13 crore. READ