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Manohar skips, Srini attends ICC meet
Wednesday 14 October 2015

Ousted BCCI president N. Srinivasan represented India at the ICC's board meeting held in Dubai, as newly-elected BCCI president Shashank Manohar skipped the proceedings.

According to an ICC release, Srinivasan's name was present in both the chairman's and the India representative's column in the list of members. PCB chairman Shaharyar Khan was present, but in Manohar's absence, there might not have been headway into discussions on an India-Pakistan series.

“ICC chairman N. Srinivasan led a joint session of the Board and the Chief Executives' Committee to discuss and identify ways to enhance the context and value of future bilateral cricket,” an ICC release stated.

The ICC took note of the growing demand to include cricket in the Olympics and its top officials will meet representatives of the IOC next month to explore the opportunity.

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