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From left, Anjali Sharma (director aspirant), Shashi Khanna (vice­­president), her husband C.K. Khanna and Sucheta Nagpal (woman director)

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Madan Lal at his campaign party

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Adnan Sami at the concert organised by Vikas Singh

An ICC board meeting in progress in Dubai

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ICC Chairman Shashank Manohar in Dubai

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Ex-BCCI chief Shashank Manohar had commissioned the audit in 2015

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Justice Vikramajit Sen at Feroz Shah Kotla Ground in New Delhi.

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Justice Vikramajit Sen takes charge of DDCA Administrator at Feroz Shah Kotla Ground in New Delhi.

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The BCCI headquarters inside the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai

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(From left) SC-appointed COA members Vikram Limaye and Vinod Rai with BCCI CEO Rahul Johri

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Anurag Thakur, BCCI president

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Maharasthra Cricket Association president Ajay Shirke

DDCA bigwig Arun Jaitley and former DDCA overseer Rajiv Shukla in Delhi

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God’s the judge N. Srinivasan at the Padmanabhaswamy temple in Trivandrum

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Cricket Association of Bengal president Jagmohan Dalmiya and Rajeev Shukla (VP, Central) at the BCCI Working Committee meeting in Mumbai.

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Pawar and others in an ICC meeting in New Delhi

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BCCI President Shashank Manohar presents Prime Minister Manmohan Singh with a bat signed by all the members of the Indian cricket team which won the Cricket World Cup 2011 earlier this month, during a meeting in New Delhi. BCCI Secretary N Srinivas and Vice President Rajiv Shukla are also seen.

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ICC Chief Executive Haroon Lorgat gestures during a news conference in Mumbai.

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Haroon Lorgat (left) International Cricket Council (ICC) Chief Executive Officer, and Hyundai Motor India limited (HMIL) Managing Director, H. W. Park, pose with a cricket bat at a function in New Delhi. According to an HMIL press release, the HMIL will be the official car partner of ICC for 2011-2015.

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A group of Indian cricket enthusiasts show black flags to the International Cricket Council's inspection team, as they shout slogans in front of the Eden Gardens stadium in Kolkata. A team from the International Cricket Council inspected the Eden Gardens cricket venue to see whether it could host three World Cup matches after it was stripped of the showpiece tie between India and England on Feb. 27.

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BCCI President Shashankar Manohar, Secretary N Srinivasan and DDCA President Arun Jaitley arrive for the IPL Governing council meeting in Mumbai.

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Labourers work on the viewers gallery of Eden Gardens in Kolkata. The International Cricket Council has ruled out Eden Gardens as a venue for a World Cup group match between India and England on February 27 and a new venue is expected to be proposed soon.

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Cricket Association of Bengal President and former ICC President Jagmohan Dalmiya interacts with the media after the ICC ruled out Eden Garden from hosting the next month's World Cup match between India and England in Kolkata.

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Renovation work in progress at Eden Gardens in Kolkata. The International Cricket Council has ruled out the Eden Gardens as the venue for hosting next month's World Cup match between India and England due to delays in renovation work.

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Ratnakar Shetty, right, tournament director of the 2011 cricket World Cup and chief administrative officer of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), and Suru Nayak, BCCI operations in charge, arrive for a venue inspection along with International Cricket Council (ICC) inspectors at the Eden Gardens in Calcutta. The ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 is scheduled to begin Feb. 19.

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BCCI Secretary N Srinivasan leaves after the IPL governing council meeting, in Mumbai.

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An International Cricket Council team inspecting the Ferozshah Kotal Ground in the New Delhi

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Gavaskar at the BCCI headquarters in Mumbai

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Pakistan's Cricket Board Chairman, Ijaz Butt, points out to his statement as he talks to Associated Press reporter at a hotel in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Butt accused England & Wales Cricket Board of being "biased" in the match fixing probe and said it would sue those responsible for orchestrating what he called a "sinister conspiracy."

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Cricketer Virender Sehwag smiles as he talks at the launch of International Cricket Council (ICC) Cricket World Cup 2011 collection, in New Delhi. India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh will host the World Cup which begins Feb. 19, 2011.

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Pakistan's Mohammad Amer (L) and Mohammad Asif participate in a training session on the eve of their first cricket test match against England at Trent Bridge in Nottingham, central England.

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Shame PCB is riddled with politics and favouritism

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Pakistani cricket fans protest to condemn Pakistani cricket players for their alleged involvement in match fixing, in Lahore, Pakistan. The International Cricket Council has promised to take "prompt and decisive action" against any Pakistan player found guilty of fixing or manipulating matches. Placard in center top reads " Salman Butt, Kamran Akmal, Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Amir defamed Pakistan, they should be banned."

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A man reads an evening newspaper with a headline in Urdu reading, "match-fixing scandal", a reference to a British newspaper's allegations of match fixing during the cricket test match between Pakistan and England, at a news stand in Lahore, Pakistan. British police questioned Pakistan cricket players after the News of the World newspaper alleged that players were paid to deliberately bowl no-balls during Thursday's opening test match.

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Pakistan's cricket manager Yawar Saeed returns to the team hotel in, London as the team prepare for departure. Police questioned Pakistan players on the weekend after Britain's News of the World newspaper alleged that bowlers Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Amir were paid to deliberately bowl no-balls during opening day of the fourth test that England went on to win by an innings and 225 runs.

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Pakistan cricket captain Salman Butt, centre, arrives with teammates at the team hotel in Taunton., south western England. Newspaper reports claimed to implicate key members of the touring team in illegal betting scams. The International Cricket Council has promised to take "prompt and decisive action" against any Pakistan player found guilty of fixing or manipulating matches. The ICC says that its Anti-Corruption and Security Unit is investigating newspaper allegations that fixing is endemic in Pakistan matches up to and including its current tour of England.

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A man stands beside a board with messages left hanging outside the hotel where Pakistan's cricket team are staying in London. Police questioned Pakistan players on the weekend after Britain's News of the World newspaper alleged that bowlers Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Amir were paid to deliberately bowl no-balls during opening day of the fourth test that England went on to win by an innings and 225 runs.

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Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) head Shashank Manohar speaks during a media conference in Mumbai. BCCI ratified the charges against suspended Indian Premier League commissioner Lalit Modi who faces allegations of financial irregularities and reconstitutes an inquiry committee to probe the charges.

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Jyotiraditya Scindia, BCCI Disciplinary Committee Member, arrives for a meeting of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) in Mumbai. BCCI ratified the charges against suspended Indian Premier League commissioner Lalit Modi who faces allegations of financial irregularities and reconstitutes an inquiry committee to probe the charges.

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Pawar with ICC chief executive Haroon Lorgat

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John Howard poses with a ‘Bradman bat’

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International Cricket Council Chief Executive Haroon Lorgat (left) looks on as 2011 Cricket World Cup Tournament Central Organizing Committee Chairman Sharad Pawar displays the first ticket he bought during a news conference in Mumbai. More than 100,000 tickets were released in the first phase for the event co-hosted by India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh from Feb. 19 to April 2.

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Lalit Modi was a key player in helping Sharad Pawar defeat Jagmohan Dalmiya in the 2005 BCCI elections

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Chirayu Amin at the BCCI HQ in Mumbai

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Shashank Manohar addresses the media on April 26

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BCCI President Shashank Manohar interacting with the media after IPL governing council meet at Cricket Center in Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on Monday

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BCCI Vice President and newly-appointed IPL cricket league chairman Chirayu Amin arrives at a meeting in Mumbai. The IPL's governing council appointed Amin as IPL's interim chairman in place of suspended chief Lalit Modi, who is facing an inquiry over allegations of corruption.

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BCCI President Shashank Manohar (R) along with BCCI Secretary N Srinivasan interacting with the media after IPL governing council meet at Cricket Center in Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. Manohar said Modi would be charged on five counts -- shady initial bids of Rajasthan Royals and Kings XI Punjab, a suspect broadcast deal with Sony, bid rigging of two new franchises this year and his behavioural pattern.

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Sharad Pawar with BCCI’s Shashank Manohar in Delhi on Apr 20

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Civil Aviation Minister Praful Patel's daughter Purna Patel outside BCCI office in Mumbai.

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ICC President-elect Sharad Pawar speaks to the media after their meeting in New Delhi. Pawar has called Lalit Modi for a meeting amid intense speculation that the embattled Indian Premier League Commissioner may step down from his post after the event ends on April 25.

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International Cricket Council Chief Executive Officer Haroon Lorgat poses with the ICC Twenty20 World Cup 2010 cricket tournament trophy at a press conference in New Delhi. The T20 World Cup starts April 30 in the Caribbean.

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BCCI President and Union Minister Sharad Pawar and opposition leader in Lok Sabha Sushma Swaraj during the IPL T20 match between Delhi Daredevils' Royal Challengers Bangalore at Ferozshah Kotla stadium in New Delhi. Also in the picture is IPL commissioner Lalit Modi Lalit Modi.

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BCCI Selection Committee Chairman Kris Srikkanth interacting with media after selection of the Indian squad for the ICC T20 World Cup, in Mumbai. Srikkanth today said that the "best team" has been picked for forthcoming Twenty20 World Cup and hoped India will put up good performance in the April 30-May 16 mega-event in the West Indies.

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Shiv Sena supremo Bal Thackeray and Sena Executive President Uddhav Thackeray at a meeting with Nationalist Congress Party President & Union agriculture minister Sharad Pawar and BCCI President Shashank Manohar in Mumbai. Pawar met Bal Thackeray requesting him to withdraw Shiv Sena threat against Australian cricketers' participation in IPL, the party today said it would take a final call on the issue in two-three days.

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BJP registered victory in Gujarat winning 5 out of seven seats. And now Chief Minister Narendra Modi has taken over the reins of the Gujarat Cricket Association (GCA) from Congress after he was elected as its President in the Annual General Meeting of the body.

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Former cricketer Ravi Shastri, cricketer Virender Sehwag, and ICC Chief Executive Haroon Lorgat diplay the ICC award trophy during an event to announce the long list of nominees for the cricket LG ICC Awards 2009, in Mumbai.

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