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N. Srinivasan removed as International Cricket Council chairman: Reports

BCCI on Monday appointed Shashank Manohar to replace N. Srinivasan as India's representative at the ICC

IndiaToday.in   |   New Delhi, November 9, 2015 | UPDATED 11:52 IST

Manohar will now fill in for the remainder of Srinivasan's term which runs till next June. (PTI Photo)
In a move that effectively ends the N. Srinivasan era, BCCI appointed Shashank Manohar to replace the Tamil Nadu cricket strongman as International Cricket Council chairman in its Annual General Meeting in Mumbai.
Manohar will now fill in for the remainder of Srinivasan's term which runs till next June.
Also read: BCCI AGM to discuss image makeover, N Srinivasan's future as ICC Chief
The AGM, which was postponed by more than a month from its normal late September date, is expected to put in place strict compliance protocols to the conflict of interest regulations in the wake of the Supreme Court's cracking of the whip on this matter.
But Manohar will need all his negotiating skills as a practising lawyer to get it passed without diluting the reach and scope of the conflict of interest clause.

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Re: N. Srinivasan removed as International Cricket Council chairman: Reports
« Reply #1 on: November 09, 2015, 10:01:14 AM »

Well done. One more step in cleaning up Cricket.

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« Reply #2 on: November 09, 2015, 10:21:09 AM »

Yes.... hope he can fight his way back though. He has good support in TN
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« Reply #3 on: November 09, 2015, 10:22:13 AM »

Manohar keeps his word

LOKENDRA PRATAP SAHI
Mumbai: Shashank Manohar, the Board president, honoured the word he'd given to Sundar Raman, who has resigned as the IPL's long-serving COO.

The Board made Raman's resignation public on November 3, but he'd actually resigned on October 5, the day after hardliner Manohar returned as the president.

But Manohar didn't allow that development to become public, doing Raman a huge favour.

How?

By keeping it to himself, Manohar allowed Raman the opportunity to find a "suitable job." He acted most generously.

According to sources, a mega industrial house, which has invested in sport, has recruited Raman.

That said, Raman is still being investigated by the Supreme Court-appointed Justice (retd) Rajendra Mal Lodha committee.

On Sunday, a top source told The Telegraph: "As a COO, that too from the time the IPL began (in 2008), Raman did a fairly good job...

"Manohar gave Raman his word, when he'd tendered his resignation that he wouldn't ruin his chances of getting another employment...

"Had word leaked, Raman would have found it tough to get a job. In any case, he's being probed by the Justice (retd) Lodha committee...

"Raman had to serve a month's notice and, on completion of that, the Board made his decision public. Of course, by then, he's supposed to have got employment."

Well, Raman has to be grateful to Manohar on two counts: For not sacking him after Lalit Kumar Modi's ouster, in 2010, and for keeping his resignation to himself till he'd got another job.

http://www.telegraphindia.com/1151109/jsp/sports/story_52232.jsp#.VkBw_NIrLGg
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