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India's Tripura Cricket Association Building $30M, 25,000-Seat Venue

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 08 / 22 / 17

The Tripura Cricket Association will build a 25,000-seat "world-class cricket stadium" at Narsinghgarh, according to the PTI. TCA Secretary Tapas Dey said, "It is a Rs 200 crore ($30M) project of which 50 percent would be borne by BCCI and the rest by TCA." He added that it will be a modern stadium ...

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