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Is a Modi-Dalmiya pact in Indian Cricket in the offing?  Is a Modi-Dalmiya pact in Indian Cricket in the offing?
Is a Modi-Dalmiya pact in Indian Cricket in the offing? Indian Premier League (IPL) commissioner Lalit Modi may have visited Kolkata officially to inspect the Eden Gardens cricket ground, but sources in the Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) say the daylong trip could be a precursor to a new equation in the Indian cricket board politics. Modi and CAB president Jagmohan Dalmiya may have been the bitterest of foes only a couple of years back, but no more. While Dalmiya is eyeing a comeback in Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) politics, its present vice president Modi - now feeling cornered in the cricket board with a couple of powerful figures turning against him - has long-term ambitions.If a source in the CAB is to be believed, Modi could be eyeing Dalmiya's support to raise his stock further in the corridors of power of the board. Moreover, Modi's vice presidential term is set to end next year and after his back-to-back losses for the Rajasthan Cricket Association presidential post and with almost all the BCCI affiliate units in the north, west and south being run by his detractors, Modi could be looking for a nomination from the east to be in the thick of things in the board. And with the East Zone's turn to elect the BCCI chief in 2014, Modi could be hoping for Dalmiya's blessings to get a nomination from one of the affiliates in the zone to contest for the prized slot, said the source. For Dalmiya, a tie-up with Modi could be an avenue for his reinstatement in the centre-stage of BCCI politics.
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Chandu Borde`s name problems! Former India Captain and coach Chandu Borde has a penchant for calling cricketers by different names. Here are few samples: 1) Gaurav Ganguly for Sourav Ganguly 2) Salim Jaffer for Wasim Jaffer 3) Frank Worrell instead of Frank Tyson. And the best of all: Ranadeb Bose as Danadeb Roy!...
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Monty Caution!  Monty Caution!
Monty Caution! Monty Panesar's to Sourav Ganguly, when Ganguly went into bat at the Oval Test: "Thoda dheere maaron, bachchen hain".
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How fast is Charlie Griffith?  How fast is Charlie Griffith?
How fast is Charlie Griffith? Nari Contractor, captain of the Indian side for the 1961-62 West Indies tour recalled how his opening batsman, Dilip Sardesai, exclaimed ‘ghanta’ before going on to stress how Charlie Griffith, who eventually injured Contractor, did not appear quick in his first over for Barbados against the Indians.
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Who is the Celebrity?  Who is the Celebrity?
Who is the Celebrity? Who do you think is the celebrity in the picture on your left? Is it the lady or someone who scored two consecutive double hundreds for India? You guessed it right. Its Vinod Kambli!
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