Mumbai: BCCI President Sourav Ganguly has assured State units that the Board "will do everything to restart the domestic season once the Covid-19 situation...
"I have played with a lot of Englishmen, Australians, and the West Indians, they just give up on mental health," the former India captain said
Final was supposed to be held at the Lord's but Southampton, with a five-star facility inside the stadium, will make it easier for both the ICC and the England and Wales Cricket Board to create a bio-bubble for teams
Pant struck 101 off 118 balls for his third Test hundred, helping India take a sizeable first innings lead after the hosts looked in trouble at 146 for six in response to England's 205
According to hospital sources, Ganguly is currently doing fine. The BCCI president has been advised to be on medication and follow a strict routine for the next few months.
A decision on Ranji Trophy was expected to be taken in the meeting on Sunday but the members could not find a consensus
Ganguly had suffered a mild cardiac arrest during a workout session in his Behala residence on January 2. He was then moved to the Woodlands Hospital that day itself where he underwent angioplasty.
Ganguly had three blocked coronary arteries and a stent was inserted in one to remove the blockage
Senior doctors discussed Ganguly's condition and reached a consensus that though necessary, angioplasty can be deferred to a later date as he is stable
Ganguly, 48, is 'stable' and admitted to the emergency ward of a private hospital.
y. West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar on Sunday met Ganguly to discuss various issues and agreed to visit Eden Gardens on his invitation
The biggest development could be the approval of new IPL teams but primarily from the 2022 edition
The Mumbai Indian captain’s omission from T20 and ODI teams to Australia is still a mystery
BCCI treasurer Arun Dhumal echoed Ganguly's sentiment and hoped that the world's biggest T20 event will return to its full glory next year
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