I wrote previously about a photo from my friend Jessica that she’d taken using Shutterstock . Jessica said she had made the exact same image using stock photographs, only from her computer, and I wondered if it made any difference that these images were taken with Photoshop and not a camera phone. Well, I couldn’t resist and put this on my Photobucket page , where I find it quite popular; it’s got nearly 600 images on it right now, and it has racked up more than 4 million views on the Photobucket website.
The first photo was taken using Photoshop — it’s not very different than a stock photo I’d shot — but the image that I found online was a little more exciting : It was actually taken with a camera phone, and I hadn’t thought of that.
“The way we handle business is through the court system,” says John O’Donnell, chairman and CEO of the Board of Control for Cricket in India. “You don’t get to have a dialogue, without a court or without an arbitrator.” (Photo: John D. Sutter for USA TODAY) Story Highlights O’Donnell told USA TODAY he has ‘no idea’ why courts were taken off
Cricket’s courts have become the scene of dispute-fraught arbitration
O’Donnell said the BCCI is “actively” negotiating the details of the reforms
India’s cricket board says it’s committed to making its governing body “more transparent and accountable.”
John O’Donnell, chairman and CEO of the Board of Control for Cricket in India, described “the way we handle business is through the court system and the courts that are out there.”
His comments came after he was caught on camera saying that he doesn’t know why courts were taken off the equation.
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Cricket’s courts have become the scene of dispute-fraught arbitration and political tension. The BCCI and its members have refused for two decades as a matter of policy to hand over governance of the board to the courts.
This month, it was revealed that at least $10 million may have been paid to a former BCCI official by a BCCI-backed cricket academy and a major player’s agent to resolve a case that might have been settled under the court system.
O’Donnell told USA TODAY that the BCCI has “no idea” why courts were taken off, but added that “you know
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