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Rupa Gurunath, Daughter Of N Srinivasan, Resigns As Tamil Nadu Cricket Association President

Dec 30, 2021 PTI

Gurunath Rupa had taken over as the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association (TNCA) president in September 2019, becoming the first woman to head a state cricket association in India.

N. Srinivasan's Daughter Rupa Gurunath Found Guilty Of Conflict Of Interest By BCCI Ethics Officer

Jun 03, 2021 Soumitra Bose

Rupa Gurunath is the president of Tamil Nadu Cricket Association and is a whole time director of India Cements that owns Chennai Super Kings


N. Srinivasan's Daughter Rupa Gurunath Gets BCCI Notice For Conflict Of Interest In Cricket

Rupa Gurunath is the president of the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association. She is also a director in India Cements Limited, the parent company that owns Chennai Super Kings

Ex-BCCI Chief N Srinivasan's Daughter Rupa Gurunath Elected TNCA President

Sep 26, 2019 Outlook Web Bureau

N Srinivasan's daughter Rupa, the wife of Gurunath Meiyappan who is serving a life ban for his involvement in the 2013 Indian Premier League (IPL) spot-fixing scandal, was elected unopposed as the president of TNCA at its 87th Annual General Meeting.


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