BCCI's Tryst with Article 12: The IPL Saga
The case is structured to achieve the following teaching objectives:
- To understand the concept of ‘State’ as defined in Article 12 of the Constitution of India.
- To analyze the necessity to bring in private entities exercising public functions within the purview of Article 12.
- To probe into the background and judicial approach towards interpretation of Article 12.
- To study the relevance of the public interest involved in the functions performed by BCCI.
|THE PETITION AT THE HIGH COURT OF BOMBAY|
|THE PETITION BEFORE THE SUPREME COURT|
|THE DECISION IN ZEE TELEFILMS’ CASE|
|THE DECISION OF SUPREME COURT: A GAME CHANGER?|
Concept of ‘State’ under Article 12,Board of Cricket Control in India, Indian Premier League,‘Other authorities’,Instrumentality of State,Article 32,Article 226,Supreme Court of India,Bombay High Court,Cricket Association of Bihar,Zee Telefilm’s,Rajasthan Royals,Chennai Super kings,International Cricket Council,Public functions