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Kalmadi asks Gill to reschedule India-Australia cricket series

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  1. Osiris

    Osiris Major SENIOR MEMBER

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    New Delhi: Will the dates for the India-Australia cricket series be changed? That's what Suresh Kalmadi has requested of Sports Minister MS Gill.

    Kalmadi, who is the Chairman of the Organizing Committee for the Commonwealth Games, has written to Gill pointing out that two test matches (starting October 2 in Mohali and October 10 in Bangalore) clash with the Games, which start on October 3 in Delhi.

    Kalmadi states that last year, he had asked Sharad Pawar and the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to ensure that it does not schedule any major cricket matches during the Commonwealth Games. Since the BCCI ignored Kalmadi's request, he wants the Sports Minister to intervene.


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    prototype Major SENIOR MEMBER

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    and what can gill do in this matter,they cannot throw their tantrums here,its BCCI
     
  3. Arjun MBT

    Arjun MBT Captain SENIOR MEMBER

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    Well, yes The dates are clashing, But what can gill do about it, BCCI has gone rogue these Days
     
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    prototype Major SENIOR MEMBER

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    and first of all,why u want to get the series rescheduled,why u want to taste success in absence of other competitors,it is like running a 100 meter sprint alone and then boosting about the success
     
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