Vengsarkar defies BCCI order

Updated: 18 November 2007 18:04 IST

Dilip Vengsarkar could be in serious trouble after he defied the BCCI's ban on him writing newspaper columns.

Vengsarkar defies BCCI order

New Delhi:

Dilip Vengsarkar could be in serious trouble after he defied the BCCI's ban on him writing newspaper columns.

Although Vengsarkar's articles in the English media have come to a halt, the Chief selector's columns continue to be published in the vernacular media.

His column, called Cover Drive appeared in the Thursday's edition of Sakaal, a Marathi newspaper, which is incidentally owned by the brother of the BCCI supremo Sharad Pawar.

The Board's secretary Niranjan Shah when contacted by NDTV said that Dilip Vengsarkar has been asked to explain himself why he wrote the column, which seems in defiance of the BCCI's order.

Topics : Cricket Dilip Vengsarkar
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