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Sight Screen

Tuesday, July 26, 2005

News clips

1. An update on the Afro-Asian series set to be played out in August. With the ICC having given such fixtures the seal of its approval (and given, too, the guy who is heading the Afro-Asian cricket association, a certain Jaggu Dalmiya), expect to see the international calendar crammed even more with such nonsensical games.
2. Irfan Pathan's father is reportedly embroiled in a dustup with Juma Masjid authorities, who have removed him from his job as muezzin.
3. On Rediff, Harish Kotian chats up Anil Kumble on his form, his game, the new rules and the 39 wickets he needs to join the 500 Club.


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