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Home > Cricket > World Cup 2003 > Reuters > Report

Indian players pass dope tests

January 26, 2003 22:48 IST

All Indian cricketers bound for next month's World Cup in South Africa have cleared the precautionary dope tests, a senior Board of Control for Cricket in India official said on Sunday.

Indian players underwent the tests during their recent tour of New Zealand. Drugs tests have been introduced at the World Cup to comply with strict South African laws.

 

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