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Avishek Dalmiya

Ranji Trophy: BCCI Mulls Compensation For Cricketers Who Lost Out Due To COVID-19 Last Season

Sep 12, 2021 PTI

At present, a playing XI player in a Ranji Trophy game gets Rs 35,000 per day and a match fee of Rs 1.4 lakh per game

COVID-19: Eden Gardens To Be Used As Coronavirus Quarantine Centre For Kolkata Police

Jul 12, 2020 Outlook Web Bureau

Cricket Association of Bengal president Avishek Dalmiya said that E, F, G and H blocks in Eden Gardens will be used to set up quarantine facilities for Kolkata Police


COVID-19: Cricket Association Bengal President Avishek Dalmiya Helps Sunderban Foundation Amid Crisis

With help from Avishek Dalmiya, more than 100 families in the Sunderban Forest were handed over food packets along with soaps, rice, pulses, soybeans, potatoes, etc through the Sunderban Foundation

Late Jagmohan Dalmiya's Son Avishek Becomes Youngest CAB Prez, BCCI Boss Sourav Ganguly's Brother Is New Joint Secy

Feb 05, 2020 PTI

The CAB president's post was lying vacant after former India captain Sourav Ganguly took over the reins of BCCI. However, Avishek Dalmiya will go for a cooling-off period from November 6, 2021 as per the Lodha recommended Constitution giving him a tenure of about 22 months


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