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India vs West Indies 2014

BCCI drops $42 million penalty imposed on WICB

West Indies will tour India in 2017 to complete tour of 2014.

WICB confirm India to tour WI in 2016, also give update on abandoned 2014 India tour

WICB president Dave Cameron said the Caribbean side will host India in 2016

West Indies Cricket Board Chief Micheal Muirhead is confident of BCCI resolution

The BCCI is seeking US$42 million in damages to compensate for the cancelled One-Day Internationals (ODIs) and Test tour last October

Dave Cameron beats Joel Garner to be re-elected as Windies cricket board president

Following his victory on Saturday, Cameron said the India debacle would present opportunities for the West Indies cricket to be stronger. "Every time there is a challenge, there is an opportunity and we've used that situation in India as an opportunity which we see coming out of this is that we're going to make West Indies cricket better," he contended.

WICB hopes for practical solution to end BCCI deadlock

The WICB president speaks about their ongoing impasse with the BCCI.

St. Vincent and Grenadines PM blasts WICB President's leadership as 'poor' and 'embarrassing'

Long serving St. Vincent and Grenadines Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves has blasted the leadership of West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) President Dave Cameron as "poor" and "embarrassing", and said the Jamaican executive needs to be axed or resign as head of the regional entity

West Indies board to speak soon on task force report

The West Indian team showing a united front at the toss in an ODI against India St. John's (Antigua), Jan 10 (IANS) The West Indies Cricket Bo ...

India tour pull-out: West Indies task force begins probe

The West Indian team Bridgetown, Nov 21 (IANS/CMC) A task force set up to probe the circumstances that led to the controversial pull-out of the We ...

14 West Indies players sign contracts with WICB for upcoming tour of South Africa

14 of the 18 West Indies players picked sign their contracts for the tour of South Africa.

Desmond Haynes wants end to spat between players and WICB

Desmond Haynes wants a quick resolution to the spat between the West Indies players and the WICB.

India vs West Indies fallout - ICC to take steps to prevent repeat of tour cancellations

The West Indian team at the toss before playing their last ODI in India Dubai, Nov 9 (IANS) The International Cricket Council (ICC) and all its Me ...

WICB dismisses reports that Richie Richardson has been fired as team manager

WICB has denied rumours about sacking Richie Richardson as team manager.

Panel named to probe West Indies abandoning India tour

Three-man panel named to probe West Indies abandoning India tour.

BCCI v WICB: Indian cricket board not backing down on compensation claims

BCCI has remained resolute on claiming their losses from the West Indies Cricket Board London – The Board of Control for Cricket in India (B ...

Darren Sammy ducks issue of abandoned India tour

FILE PHOTO: Darren Sammy Johannesburg – West Indies Twenty20 captain Darren Sammy evaded the contentious issue of the abandoned tour of Indi ...

BCCI demands $42m in damages from WICB over cancellation of India tour

The BCCI has demanded $42m from WICB.

Andy Roberts wants WICB to prioritise salvaging ties with BCCI

Andy Roberts St. John's (Antigua), Oct 31 (IANS/CMC) Former West Indies fast bowler Andy Roberts said he is not in agreement with the decision ...

'I did not say that I am going to stand by any decision' - Samuels hits back at Dwayne Bravo

Marlon Samuels has expressed disagreement over Dwayne Bravo's statement that he had given his consent to boycotting the India tour.

The Windies pull-out: A justified move?

"More than the acrimony surrounding the West Indies Cricket Board and the national side, what is more worrying is the shambolic state of affairs that has reduced the Calypso champions of the seventies and eighties into pitiful shadows of their former selves."

Daren Ganga: Decision to abandon tour needs explanation

Daren Ganga Port of Spain, Oct 25 (IANS/CMC) Former West Indies skipper Daren Ganga maintains the controversy surrounding the national cricket sid ...
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