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India board chief on brink after court drubbing

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India's beleaguered cricket chief N. Srinivasan faced growing calls to resign from within his own ranks Wednesday after the Supreme Court warned that they would otherwise order him to quit. 

N. Srinivasan pictured attending an ICC board meeting in Singapore on February 8, 2014

The day after a panel of judges slammed Srinivasan's "nauseating" refusal to resign as cricket board president while allegations of illegal betting and spot-fixing are investigated, commentators said the man regarded as the most powerful in world cricket had suffered a "sledgehammer" blow.

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