Players Reporting Suspicious Bookie 'Approach' Good News: N. Srinivasan Tells NDTV

N. Srinivasan, the first chairman of the revamped ICC, feels the world governing body will soon ensure all matches are free of corruption, thanks to the extensive work being done by its Anti-Corruption and Security Unit.

updated: July 03, 2014 19:28 IST
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New Delhi: N. Srinivasan, in his new role as ICC chairman has his hands full, especially with cases of match-fixing tarnishing cricket globally. Having himself stepped aside in controversial circumstances as BCCI president, the Tamil Nadu businessman spoke to NDTV on corruption and the steps the Anti-Corruption Unit were taking to eradicate it, of the new revenue model and his own goals at the helm of the governing body.

Here is the full transcript of the interview:

NDTV: First of all congratulations

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