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BCCI Hard Up For Cash, Cannot Provide Daily Allowances

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 11 / 29 / 16

The "cash-rich" Board of Control for Cricket in India is "finding it difficult to meet basic payments," according to Sanjjeev K. Samyal of the HINDUSTAN TIMES. The West Indies women’s team, which was in India to play a limited-overs series this month, had to go through the tour without re...

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