BCCI president's chair fell vacant after the sudden demise of Jagmohan Dalmiya on September 20. A Special General Meeting was called on Sunday and Manohar was the only candidate in the fray.
Here is the full list of reforms
1. Appointing Ombudsman to address all the conflict of interests issues pertaining to players, administrators
2. Attach a government investigative agency to look after on-field corruption issues as BCCI doesn't have investigative powers
3. Appoint independent auditor to check how the state associations are spending the BCCI's annual grants which range from 25-35 crore per association
4. Upload the BCCI constitution, balance sheet (already annual reports are uploaded), expenditures of over and above Rs 25 lakh on board's website
5. Reviving National Cricket Academy as a Centre of Excellence, which will provide a supply line for Indian cricket
6. Getting women's cricketers under BCCI's Central Contract (matter already approved by Finance Committee
7. All the old records and documents will be available at the BCCI Headquarters in Mumbai for the members to have a look whenever they feel necessary
8. Smooth organisation of ICC World T20 to be held in India next year
9. To abstain from casting chairman's vote during any BCCI elections till constitution is amended.
10. Not to use president's discretionary powers to resolve any dispute as majority's view will be taken into account