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BCCI Appoints Roger Binny As New President Replacing Sourav Ganguly – In Pics

World Cup winner Roger Binny was on Tuesday elected as the 36th president of the BCCI, taking over from Sourav Ganguy to run the world's richest cricket board. Binny, 67, was elected unopposed at its AGM (Annual general Meeting) here alongside Jay Shah, who was re-elected as the secretary for a second successive term. The other office bearers who were elected unopposed included treasurer Ashish Shelar, vice-president Rajeev Shukla and joint secretary Devjit Saikia. Outgoing treasurer Arun Dhumal was elected in the IPL governing council alongside Avishek Dalmiya. The General Body also approved the inaugural Women's IPL which will consist of five teams and will be held in March.

BCCI''s 91st AGM in Mumbai
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World Cup winner Roger Binny was on Tuesday elected as the 36th president of the BCCI, taking over from Sourav Ganguy to run the world's richest cricket board. Binny, 67, was elected unopposed at its AGM (Annual general Meeting) here alongside Jay Shah, who was re-elected as the secretary for a second successive term. The other office bearers who were elected unopposed included treasurer Ashish Shelar, vice-president Rajeev Shukla and joint secretary Devjit Saikia. Outgoing treasurer Arun Dhumal was elected in the IPL governing council alongside Avishek Dalmiya. The General Body also approved the inaugural Women's IPL which will consist of five teams and will be held in March.

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