LAHORE - Former ICC President Ehsan Mani has held the Indian Cricket Board responsible for the shifting of the 2011 World Cup matches out of the country and said the move was a deliberate effort on BCCI's part to isolate Pakistan from the cricketing world. Mani was critical of India's role in ICC's decision to shift Pakistan's share of World Cup matches out of the nation due to security concerns and said BCCI's financial might lends it an upper hand in the world body. "I can say this with conviction that no board is today able to stand up to the Indian board in the ICC. Unfortunately, it is all about making money these days and the Indians dominate," he said. Mani disclosed that when the World Cup dispute first arose, there was a consensus that Pakistan should be allowed to host its share of matches at neutral venues.