9.30am – Welcome by the new President, Mr N. Srinivasan
9.35am – Apologies for non attendees who were not invited anyway. These being Pakistan and South Africa. It was noted that there will be no apology for ruining cricket
9.45am – Indian National Anthem and flag raising ceremony
10.00am – Haroon Lorgat arrives and is kindly escorted back to Dubai International Airport
10.15am – Break for roti and marsala chai. Served by Kapil Dev, who still has 12 years of his sentence to serve for aligning himself with the ICL.
10.30am – Future Tours Discussion. India suggest Pakistan should play a 15 match ODI series in Kabul and Oruzgan Province
11.00am – Meyappan arrives to hand over his report on corruption in the IPL. Lalit Modi compared to Joseph Fritz. Srinivasan asks who Meyappan is?
12.00pm – Lunch. Quinoa salad
12.30pm – Entertainment. Ravi Shastri invited to sing the theme song from “Slumdog Millionaire” . Sings “Who Wants To Be A Millionaire” song instead. Standing ovation.
1.00pm – Motion to remove Tim May from all ICC cricketing history. Upheld
1.30pm – Rolex watch and gold jewellery comparison. It was noted that the West Indian delegation where deserved winners.
2.00pm – England present their future talent list from South Africa, Zimbabwe, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand.
3.00pm – DRS debate
3.01pm – South Africa request to allow KP to play for them. Alistair Cook uses his veto
3.15pm – Harsha Bhogle presents his paper on Objective Press Reporting in regards to Indian cricket
3.30pm – Bangladesh ask if they still vote with India, are they allowed to attend next month? India note that they no longer need their vote and they should focus on their strength, which is making cheap cricket clothing.
4.00pm – Meeting closed
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