I may or may not represent BCCI at ICC, says Jagmohan Dalmiya

The 68-year-old, considered the most powerful man in world cricket because of India's financial clout, resisted calls to quit on Sunday at an emergency meeting in Chennai, but agreed to "step aside" until a probe into the alleged betting is completed.

updated: June 03, 2013 19:52 IST
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Jagmohan Dalmiya, the interim president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India, today said that the image of cricket had certainly taken a beating in light of the recent spot-fixing controversy but added that "we can either cry over spilled milk or do something about it".

"Wait and see what powers I have," he said.

Mr Dalmiya took over yesterday as the interim head of the national cricket board after the organization allowed president N Srinivasan to avoid resigning over a spot-fixing and betting scandal that has engulfed the country's most popular sport.

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