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SC refuses to stay HC order on Ajay Jadeja

June 02, 2003 15:12 IST

The Supreme Court on Monday refused to stay a Delhi high court order allowing Ajay Jadeja to play domestic cricket.

Disposing of a petition filed by the Board of Control for Cricket in India, a vacation bench comprising Justice N Santosh Hegde and Justice Shivaraj V Patil asked the BCCI to approach the high court for modification or change in the order allowing the cricketer to play domestic cricket.

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Sub: BCCI Vs Jadeja

It is unfortunate that BCCI is behaving like the "Babus" in the Govt. wasting Money on 'appeals'. When Jadeja was stopped from playing in a ...


Posted by C.N.Shankar





Sub: Azhar

What about azharuddin. Is he back as well


Posted by Some Guy





Sub: I am happy...

Jadeja has always been my fav. I am happy to see him back. I remember when the 3 all rounders in our team viz. Jadeja, ...


Posted by Rakesh





Sub: Good decision

It's a good decision from Supreme Court. BCCI and Jagmohan Dalmiya are taking the issue very personally which is wrong. There shouldn't be any ego ...


Posted by Shyamal Shah





Sub: Jadeja

At 30 plus can jadeja find a place in the team? rather give the opportunity to a youngster. However the bcci cannot deny him his ...


Posted by Ashish Sanyal




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