Indian team administrative manager to stay back till end of series

Debasis Sen, Port of Spain: Team India’s administrative manager Sunil Subramaniam will not be returning back home as per media reports. Mr Subramaniam will stay back in the Caribbean till the end of the ensuing series between India and West Indies. It was reported that the administrative manager may be called back to India by Committee of Administrators.

According to the media manager of the Indian team here, “The manager was asked for an explanation and he has given the same. After hearing him out it has been decided that he will continue as administrative manager for the rest of the Windies tour.”

It is learnt that Mr Subramaniam has sent an ‘apology cum explanation’ over a photo-shoot controversy in Port of Spain and has been “accepted” by CoA chairman Vinod Rai and his colleagues — Diana Edulji and Lt Gen (Retd) Ravi Thodge.

Subramaniam is said to have upset Indian diplomats in Trinidad when he was approached for permission for a government photo shoot, allegedly denying them approval. The photo shoot had been requested by the Union government for a promotional, set to be aired in a few weeks.

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