Following is the chronology in which the Supreme Court today modified its earlier order on the 'one state-one vote' policy for the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) members and granted permanent membership of the board to the cricket associations of Mumbai, Saurashtra, Vadodara and Vidarbha:
* Jul 18, 2016: SC pronounces BCCI judgement, accepts reforms in cricket administration proposed by Justice R M Lodha committee.
* Jan 2, 2017: SC directs that a committee of administrators (CoA) shall supervise the administration of BCCI through its Chief Executive Officer.
* Jan 17, 2017: CoA constituted.
* Jul 24, 2017: SC directs that the recommendations of Lodha Committee must be implemented, except for certain outstanding issues.
* Aug 23, 2017: CoA entrusted to prepare a draft constitution in accordance with BCCI judgment and July 24, 2017 order.
* Sep 21, 2017: CoA raises grievance that no suggestions were received from stakeholders and a concerted effort was made by the office bearers of BCCI not to abide by the judgment of the Court.
* Court extends another opportunity to receive suggestions for the draft constitution.
* Oct 27, 2017: CoA files a draft constitution for BCCI and its office bearers.
* Jan 12, 2018: CoA files suggestions to the draft received from state cricket associations and other parties in a status report.
* May 1, 2018: SC notes that suggestions to the draft constitution have been filed and would be finalized by the Court.
* Jul 5, 2018: Court reserves order on the question of finalizing the draft constitution.
* Aug 9, 2018: SC modifies 'one state, one vote' policy of BCCI, grants permanent membership of the board to the cricket associations of Mumbai, Saurashtra, Vadodara and Vidarbha.(This story has not been edited by Devdiscourse staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)