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A nieut bigwigs, trained cook was specially assigned Such corruption is not found in to look after the Nigerian’s gastrono- any other field of sport. There w'as a masseur nion excuse prof erred is that the too.And lots of music, films, ct ai club matters more than the game. the The payment of huge sums of money Net;i|i Indoor Stadium, the venue for to around 20 players has not irn- transfer on March 21, guarded by a proved the standard of the game at retinue of officials and toughs, state level, leave alone the national thousands of Mohammedan Sport- level West Bengal's pampered piav- H TMfll U A • l K i i H ers.
Their main worries were the high stakes in the club transfers hack home. early that morning offi rials of different clubs | Mohun Hagan and East Bengal in the main) started visiting their recruits. At Jabalpur it appeared that the Calcutta traiisfeis was more im- portant than winning a prestigious tournament.’ fit* instructed tin* hotel author ities to send all visitors to Ids room first for screening Dutta also ordered the PHX operator to screen all telephone t alls lor players But his instruc- tions, naturally, could not prevent players from meeting whoever they wanted outside the hotel. 21 nut of 23 Bengal play ers informed the team manager that tlm would return to Calcutta on then own. Romesh Thapar outlines a strategy to escape the resources crunch.Coleman & Co Ltd Dr DN Road Bombay 400001 All rights rimurvud, No responsibility is accepted for returning unsolicited publication material.Regd No Mil by South 25 Krgistorad as newspaper in Sri Lanka Vol C VI/19 REPORT IN TROUBLE Raj Kumar Keswani reports on the Madhya Pradesh high court judgment indicting the Arjun Singh government J INVESTIGATION Shikha Trivedy reveals the inside story of how Snamprogetti, the Italian conglomerate, lo: the HBJ contract SPECIAL REPORT THIS MAN TRIED TO KILL RAJIV GANDHI Joel Baird reports on the trial of Gurpratap Singh Birk.A cricket Test arouses similar spectator in- terest in Calcutta; the audience is however qualitatively different A Ranji Trophy fixture involving Bihar or Assam hardly attracts more than 5,000 spectators. is unable to relict t this piolound change in relationships ovei the entile suht ontinent Intel* lectuall\.
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