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Why is the BCCI laughing? - Baidurjo Bhose & Harish V Nair, IndiaToday
What observers saw as a yorker from the Supreme Court set to rattle the Indian cricket board's stumps has seemingly been played off like a comfortable half-volley by top BCCI officials. The SC, aiming to arm-twist a defiant BCCI towards implementing the newly ordered reforms, on Friday asked the Lodha panel- a threemember committee it set up to look into the operations of the world's richest cricket board- to appoint an independent auditor to scrutinise and keep a watch on all its high-value financial transactions.
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