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After Test cancellation, serious questions need to be raised with Indian team officials

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Manchester cancellation is a bummer as the finale of a terrific Test series. BCCI’s clout, and England’s own earlier indiscretion in South Africa saved India a forfeiture. But, serious questions need to be raised with team officials. Ravi Shastri’s crowded, no-masks book release wasn’t so crucial with the series on.

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