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Thakur escapes, rough road ahead for Srini, Shah

DNMUM392437 | 7/15/2017 | Author : Chander Shekhar Luthra | WC :528



New Delhi: Anurag Thakur has seen it all in his short career at the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCC). From the high of being its president, a year back, to apologising in front of the three-member special bench of the Supreme Court on Friday, his stint has been nothing short of dramatic.
On Friday, Thakur’s face said it all. The moment Apex court accepted his “unconditional” apology, he wore that smile a was eluding him ever since he was charged with perjury for interfering in the implementation of the Justice Lodha panel recommendations.
“I humbly submit that it was never my intention to undermine the majesty of this Hon’ble Court and since unintentionally some kind of misinformation or miscommunication has occurred, I un
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