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Friday, December 30, 2005

Bajji's tune

Harbhajan Singh, who is due to appear in a Punjabi music album, does his bit in the ongoing game of verbal oneupmanship with Pakistan.
"The last series held in Pakistan was won by India and this time they would be under heavy pressure to ensure it does not happen again," Harbhajan said as India prepare to take on Pakistan in a Test and One-Day series starting early next month.

And then these:
"We have improved a lot under Chappell's guidance and as far as unity is concerned, earlier also it was there and now it has only improved further," he told PTI in an interview.
Reacting to Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq's comment that Sourav Ganguly would be under pressure to perform in Pakistan, Harbhajan said not only the former skipper but every member of the team would be under the scanner.
"As far as pressure is concerned, it is not only Ganguly, but every player will be under pressure to perform well in the neighbouring country due to the sentimentalities involved with India-Pakistan matches," he said.
Harbhajan said he was unfazed by reports that Pakistan were preparing bouncy pitches to undo the Indians. "There have been reports that fast pitches will welcome us. We will chalk out our final strategy after assessing the pitches."

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