After serving a 14-month suspension, India are seemingly on the right track that will ensure their return to the Olympic fold. World Squash Federation president N. Ramachandran - brother of Board of Control for Cricket in India boss N. Srinivasan - was elected unopposed as president of Indian Olympic Association in Delhi on Sunday. Electing 'clean' office bearers is the biggest condition set by the International Olympic Committee in accepting IOA back in the Olympic family. While Ramachandran was elected as president, Kho Kho Federation of India president Rajeev Mehta and All India Tennis Association chief Anil Khanna were elected unopposed as secretary general and treasurer, respectively. CEO of Swimming Federation of India, Virender Nanavati has been voted as senior vice-president.