Dalmiya all set to return as BCCI president

He took over as BCCI president in 2001 and continued to be the all-in-all in the board till his tenure ended in 2004

Chennai: After a gap of over ten years, seasoned cricket administrator Jagmohan Dalmiya seems set to make a comeback as full-time president of the Indian cricket board (BCCI) uncontested, being the sole nominee for the top post which will be formally filled at the board’s AGM here on Monday. He took over as BCCI president in 2001 and continued More...

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