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Setback to Srinivasan, Dalmiya returns as BCCI President

Mumbai, March 02: Veteran cricket administrator Jagmohan Dalmiya on Monday returned as the BCCI President for the second time after a decade replacing N Srinivasan, who is still battling in the Supreme Court in the IPL Spot fixing case.

Similarly, BJP leader Anurag Thakur beat Sanjay Patel for the post of Secretary of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and Amitabha Chodhary was elected as the Joint Secretary of the Board at an Annual General Meeting here today.

The path for Dalmiya, 70, was clear in the BCCI as Srinivasan is not eligible to contest for the top post in the cricket as per the Supreme Court's order.

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