Calcutta: C.K. Khanna is the new vice-chairman of the National Cricket Academy (NCA). He held the post of BCCI vice-president previously.
According to a BCCI release Friday, the Karnataka State Cricket Association (KSCA) has bought 30 acres of land from the state government from which the BCCI has decided to purchase 12 acres to set up a new-look NCA.
The release added that Sunil Gavaskar will continue as chairman of the academy.