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India Announces West Indies Tour To Revive Bilateral Ties

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 05 / 02 / 16

India "will tour West Indies in July-August for a four-match test series which will mark the resumption of bilateral ties between them, the cricket boards announced on Saturday," according to Amlan Chakraborty of REUTERS. Relations between the two boards "turned sour after a visiting Caribbean team ...

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