Nimbus, which had signed a four-year deal with BCCI in October 2009 for Rs. 2,000 crore, paid Rs. 24 crore on Monday ahead of the working committee meeting. That left an outstanding amount of Rs. 88 crore.
“Not a single series has gone where they have paid the full amount on time. Also another reason is that India’s international commitments at home have finished with the ODI (one-day international) series against the West Indies,” the official said.
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