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    January 20, 2005

    Calcutta will host second tsunami relief game

    After some speculation on whether the BCCI would be able to extract tax concessions from the Indian government towards hosting the Asian leg of the tsunami relief game, it was revealed that Calcutta will be hosting the game. The Indian government agreed to the concessions only after the ACC met its condition that a trust be formed to organize the game and collect funds rather than the ICC, BCCI or the ACC doing it. The ICC XI thrashed the ACC XI at Melbourne a couple of weeks ago.


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