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Sourav had called Ranbir 'a shame'

October 01, 2004 15:16 IST
Last Updated: October 01, 2004 15:30 IST


In 2000, when Sourav Ganguly took over as captain of the Indian team from Sachin Tendulkar, he had made some unflattering remarks about a cricket official from Haryana named Ranbir Singh Mahendra, who was the team manager on Ganguly's first tour to Australia, way back in 1991-92.

The same Mahendra has now been elected president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India.

To read Ganguly's forthright interview, click here.




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Sub: ranbir a shame

This is out typical media,absolutely negative.This is high time they should learn from their Australian counterpart.What is use of publishing what Ganguly has said 4 ...


Posted by dinesh





Sub: Ranbir singh Mahendra a shame to Indian Cricket

Its Indeed True u have never heard about this sardar & honestly speaking Dalmiya is no Innocent guy he says he can't kill mosquitoes its ...


Posted by Deepak Sarkar





Sub: REDIFF ! STOP THIS!

This is to the concerned person who has placed the article. Posting such articles is going to affect both the captain and the president.OLD IS ...


Posted by Rahul.K.V





Sub: Brilliant and timely recollection

Thanks for the digging up this crucial piece of info at this juncture. Now the captain will be suitably distracted from the mild task of ...


Posted by Shiv Kumar





Sub: Well Rediff, This is wrong

I read both the related articles.Sourav had passed the comment in a different situtaion.Now things have changed.We shouldnt be picking peoples and comments like this.It ...


Posted by TureView




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