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Indian cricket's interim boss vows to clean up

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India's interim cricket boss promised Monday to clean up the country's national game and restore its "good name" amid a betting scandal that has engulfed the sport. 

Jagmohan Dalmiya speaks in Kolkata, on July 30, 2008. India's interim cricket boss promised Monday to clean up the country's national game and restore its "good name" amid a betting scandal that has engulfed the sport.

Speaking to his first news conference a day after the row forced Board Of Control For Cricket In India (BCCI) chief N. Srinivasan to stand down until a probe into the alleged illegal betting is over, Jagmohan Dalmiya said he would make every effort to remove the taint from the game so that "the good name of cricket is retained".

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