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Board Of Control For Cricket In India Re-Elects President Srinivasan To Third Term
Published September 30, 2013
DALMIYA LEFT OUT: The PTI reported former Int'l Cricket Council and BCCI President Jagmohan Dalmiya "has been left in the lurch." The veteran administrator "has been re-named as the chairman of the North East Development Committee considered to be one of the least active sub-committees." Cricket Association of Bengal joint secretaries Subir Ganguly and Sujan Mukherjee "were inducted into the all-powerful IPL governing council" and NCA sub-committees, respectively. Treasurer Biswarup Dey "has been elevated" from National Cricket Academy sub-committee to finance committee under Gokaraju Gangaraju of the Andhra Cricket Association. A senior BCCI official said, "Ideally, Mr. Dalmiya shouldn't have accepted the post of North East development committee chief. But refusing Srinivasan is rubbing him the wrong way and the consequences wouldn't be that great for Bengal cricket. But no doubt this has been humiliating for him (Dalmiya) and he knows that well" (PTI, 9/29).