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Lalit Modi - the full interview
In November, 2010, Lalit Modi, went 'On The Record' in London with the former BBC Sports Editor and renowned sports and business commentator, Mihir Bose to discuss a series of allegations which have been levelled against him relating to his time as Commissioner of the IPL. This is the full-length outcome of that interview.

Click here for the full transcript of the interview
The following sections are taken from Lalit Modi's full length interview with Mihir Bose and are categorised here for ease of reference.
N Srinivasan: BCCI's Most Corrupt President Ever
The IPL founder is happy to be back in cricket administration.
Modi slams the BCCI for suspending the RCA for electing him as its president.
CSK's position as an IPL franchise is untenable after spot-fixing charges.
Lalit Modi ushers a new era in Indian cricket
Lalit Modi reveals the importance of the IPL-YouTube alliance.
Did the IPL encourage the resurgence of improper conduct?
Why did Lalit Modi use a social media site to reveal sensitive material?
Why won't Lalit Modi return to India at this time?
'IPL has brought more people into cricket': Lalit Modi.
Did Lalit Modi overlook Indian culture when he conceived the IPL?
How does Lalit Modi believe the issues surrounding him will end?
How does Lalit Modi answer the charge that he personally benefitted from creating up the IPL?
Why are the BCCI making their allegations against Lalit Modi?
Did Lalit Modi lose the BCCI revenue on TV deals?
Was there transparency in everything Lalit Modi did?
Lalit Modi talks about a lack of a level playing field in the IPL.
Lalit Modi talks to London Business School.
The Justice Mukul Mudgal-led committee - has found Gurunath Meiyappan guilty of betting in IPL.
Ban N. Srinivasan and scrap CSK to clean-up BCCI
The role of the ICC is to protect and ensure that the sport grows.
In an interview, Lalit Modi tells Rajdeep Sardesai that he is not in bigger trouble.
Thakur takes dig at Lodha reforms
Citing astonishing capitulation of Nagaland in a women's Under-19 match, former BCCI President Thakur pointed out that not all the reforms were appropriate
BCCI has lost its reputation: Thakur
Recalling his tenure in BCCI, Thakur said that under his presidentship, the BCCI had accepted close to 90 percent of Lodha recommendations