India to resume West Indies ties with Test series Virat Kohli
Eastern Eye Staff
India will tour West Indies in July-August for a four-match test series which will mark the resumption of bilateral ties between them, the cricket boards announced on Saturday. Relations between the two boards turned sour after a visiting Caribbean team pulled out midway through their 2014 tour of India over a protracted pay dispute with the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB). The Indian cricket board (BCCI) immediately suspended all planned Caribbean tours and demanded nearly $42 million (£29 million) in damages from its West Indian counterpart already grappling with a fund crunch and a players’ revolt. “BCCI is happy to…
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