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Ganguly out, Binny in: New BCCI president's task is to steady the ship

Roger Binny's approach to reforms and team selection will be under scrutiny after Ganguly's controversial exit

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Roger Binny (File photo: PTI)

Debarghya Sanyal New Delhi
Sourav Ganguly handed over on Tuesday the reins of the Board of Cricket Control in India (BCCI) to former all-rounder Roger Binny, 67. Ganguly, 50, is the first BCCI president since 2011 to complete a full three-year term, after a string of controversial resignations and sackings. Here’s a look at the major changes the board and Indian cricket underwent during the former Indian cricket captain’s tenure in the office.

Day-night tests and the pink ball

Soon after assuming office in 2019, Ganguly pushed for organising the first day-night Test match in India. Played with a pink ball, the match between

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First Published: Oct 18 2022 | 2:05 PM IST

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