Jan 4, 2016: Justice R M Lodha panel submits its report to SC on various aspects of reforms in BCCI.
Jan 22: SC agrees to hear plea of Cricket Association of Bihar (CAB) seeking implementation of report of Justice RM Lodha panel.
Feb 4: SC asks BCCI to "fall in line" with Lodha panel recommendations which suggested its massive restructuring.
Feb 24: SC agrees to hear BJP leader Subramanian Swamy's plea against Justice Lodha Committee's order suspending IPL franchisee Chennai Super Kings for two years.
Mar 1: Orissa Cricket Association moves SC seeking to be impleaded in hearing related to implementation of Lodha panel
recommendation suggesting restructuring of BCCI.
Mar 3: SC pulls up BCCI over reluctance to accept Lodha panel's recommendations; questions BCCI over lack of transparency in funds to states.
Mar 3: SC also allays BCCI's apprehension that it will face ICC's ire for carrying out drastic restructuring by including CAG nominee saying it does not amount to government interference; questions BCCI for putting spoke in one state-one vote policy.
Apr 5: SC slams BCCI for not checking how hefty sums are being spent, saying it was "practically corrupting" its members by not seeking any explanation.
Apr 8: SC criticises BCCI for maintaining that any judicial interference in its functioning would compromise its autonomy, says sports body was resisting recommendations to reform.
Apr 11: Cricket Club of India (CCI) of Mumbai faces tough questions from SC on its resistance to structural reforms in the BCCI.
Apr 13: SC asks govt whether it can take over cricketing activities by enacting law.
Apr 25: SC pulls up BCCI for "monopolising" cricket in the country, says several youngsters wanting to be Dhonis and Kohlis are not given equal opportunity.
Apr 29: SC pulls up BCCI, asks if politicians can retire at 70 why not BCCI office bearers.
May 2: SC says all state cricket associations have to "fall in line" with recommendations of Justice Lodha panel.
May 3: SC says constitution of BCCI is highly incapable of achieving values of transparency, objectivity and accountability which can be attained only by changing it.
May 3: BCCI tells SC that betting in cricket matches can be legalised only if a central law is enacted in this regard.
May 5: Ex-Indian team captain Bishan Singh Bedi and ex-cricketer Kirti Azad support Lodha panel report in SC.
May 10: Reforms in BCCI will not pull the body back, says SC clarifying that it does not intend to reduce popularity of the Board or hinder its growth.
May 18: CAB moves SC to stall BCCI Secy Anurag Thakur from contesting election to President's post, saying a charge-sheeted person cannot contest under Lodha panel suggestions.
Jun 30: Hearings on implementation of Lodha panel report end in SC.
Jul 18: SC accepts major recommendations of Lodha panel on reforms in BCCI including a bar on ministers and civil servants and those above 70 from becoming its members; leaves it to Parliament to decide if it should come under RTI and betting on the game should be legalised.