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Sourav Ganguly plans to host ICC Cricket World Cup every 3 years

Mid-Day Wednesday, 16 October 2019
*Kolkata:* Sourav Ganguly, who is set to become the BCCI president, on Tuesday expressed his reservations over the ICC's attempt to stage the 50-over World Cup every three years. The World Cup has traditionally been a quadrennial event since its first edition in 1975. However, the 1992 edition was held after a five-year gap and...

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