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04/30/2007

Tendulkar in minor injury scare
Sachin Tendulkar bruised his ankle while batting at the nets today during the Indian team's preparatory camp in Kolkata ahead of the Bangladesh tour. However, initial reports suggest the injury is not very serious. [more]

Irish confirm India-South Africa dates
The Irish Cricket Union has confirmed the dates for India's three-match series against South Africa in Belfast and also two ODIs where Ireland will play both teams. [more]

Indian contracts muddle likely to continue
Although the Board of Control for Cricket in India has made some noises to the effect that it would like to see India's players sign their central contracts before the tour of Bangladesh, it is difficult to see this happening, given the extensive work that will go into the lead-up to the actual signing of the contracts.. [more]

No immediate no-confidence plans - Indian board
The Board of Control of Cricket in India has no immediate plans to table a no-confidence motion against the International Cricket Council, contrary to reports appearing in the media. [more]

Kapil urges Tendulkar, Ganguly to visit academy
Kapil Dev,the former Indian captain and current chairman of the National Cricket Academy (NCA), has said that the young trainees at the academy will benefit by interacting with members of the Indian team. [more]

Focus on fitness and fielding
With the World Cup disaster behind them, the Indian team think-tank assembled in Kolkata to begin a five-day conditioning camp, starting on Wednesday, before embarking on the Bangladesh tour. [more]

Speed could face no-confidence motion
The ICC received a broadside from Niranjan Shah, the Indian board secretary, for becoming "more and more bureaucratic" and costing its members money by "unnecessarily employing so many people". [more]

Sreesanth defends players' endorsements
But Sreesanth's remarks may not be looked upon favourably by the BCCI which issued a directive to the players disallowing them from talking to the media without the board's permission. [more]



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