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Why Pawar''s win is significant


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Chellan
Abt presidentship
by Chellan on Nov 30, 2005 11:23 PM

Whomever wins, should try to improve the level of indian cricket making them professionals not only before the studio cameras but also before the field cameras too. We should congratulate Mr.Pawar for winning, but should not forget the contributions made by Mr.Dalmiya for indian cricket

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rudransh
Pawar can change indian cricket.
by rudransh on Nov 30, 2005 08:52 PM

People like to say like that now politics will control the cricket . I would like to say that where are these people ,when last year Mr Dalmiya played poltics to support his candidate Ranbir singh maheandra. I think only few people know that when india was playing world cup final ,apart from BCCI members only sharad pawar was watching that game . This shows he like cricket ,he like to improve the game. He is very experienced person. No body knows his achivements , i am not admiring him but i like his way performing his duties . I am sure he will improve the indian cricket , and might be we will win the corld cup this time .


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Sumit Badakh
Hearty Congratulations Sh. Sharad Pawar!!!!
by Sumit Badakh on Nov 30, 2005 05:02 PM

Sorry My Dear Sourav's & Dalmiya's friends,

Their tyrannical & cheating raj was to come to an end and it have come at a very nice time with the thumping victory of Sh. Pawar.

Indian Cricket finally saw the light of the day & I wish all the Best to the new BCCI Team & Cricket Team to bring more Laurels to the country, of which I am confident under these two TEAMS.

All the Best Sh. Pawar & Sh. Dravid...



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Arindom Ghosh
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by Arindom Ghosh on Nov 30, 2005 10:55 AM  | Hide replies

This is significant as well because, now the dirty Indian Politics will play the game of cricket// This is perhaps happens only in India where a total failed good for thing fellow like Dungarpur, will be in power make some decision & probably take indian cricket to the 80's instead of next century// It is our misfortune, that we could not keep a man in the post of secretary of BCCI who has been awarded one of the three best Administrator of games next to Mr. Blatter & Mr. Samaranch//
Now all these Congress people will work for BCCI make this organisation aa family property/// may god save indian Cricket

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Indian
RE:Comments
by Indian on Nov 30, 2005 04:28 PM
Mr Ghosh, hopefully it will be better than the Dalmia camp (which is equally, if not more, notorious for politicising cricket in India) which changed the meaning of "B" in BCCI...

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Political Specialist
Standards
by Political Specialist on Nov 30, 2005 10:35 AM

Can BCCI benchmark with Australian Cricket Board standards?

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manish khandelwal
pawar's victory
by manish khandelwal on Nov 30, 2005 09:33 AM

pawar is a good person.

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Lakshman
Not the correct title
by Lakshman on Nov 30, 2005 09:28 AM

The article doesnot address its title 'why pawars victory is significant' It only says how pawar won. Next time, please give correct title that represents the text so that users dont waste their time.

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sangar
indian cricket future ?
by sangar on Nov 30, 2005 09:05 AM

(i) Why political parties are entering in cricket game only ?

(ii)I hope BCCI is second richest in world ? ???

(iii)      Now-a-days cricket is big business in India ?

(iii)      If politician are entering the Indian cricket? It mean Indian cricket future is just like a Zimbabwe cricket team ?

(iv)      I think there is more than 45 parties in Indian . Who can manage to forwarded future Indian cricket ?

(v)      I hope Indian cricket totally spoiled and future is zero only ?



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Kaushik Das
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by Kaushik Das on Nov 30, 2005 02:52 AM

Be prepared for 7 maharashtrians out of 11 in the team. I'll be happy if I am wrong. I was checking out the reactions by mumbai public and they all seemed to claim that this means the 'kolkata - dominance' would end and more mumbai players would get a chance. What kolkata-dominance, my dear? And funny they actually pointed towards selection being affected by the poeple in power, something categorically denied by the spokesperson. And does this mean that the world-beating Indian team created so far was all a sham and that it needed more mumbai players.

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