Cricket World Cup may move out of India

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  1. ajtr

    ajtr Veteran Member Veteran Member

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    There will be major international sporting events gonna take place in india in next 2 year.like hockey world cup/IPL,commonwealth games and 2001 cricket corld cup.Last year we have seen UK team didnt come to badminton world cup in hyderabad due to terror threat and then australian davis cup team forfited it tie with india due to terror threats.again with issuing of direct terror threats to foreign players by iliyas kashmiri 313 bdg. there are chances of cancellation or shifting of some of these events out of india which gonna have long term impact on perception of india as safe destination to do business.this in turn have impact on indian economy.the thing is india cant ve economic progress by neglecting its security.

    Cricket World Cup may move out of India


    Australia and New Zealand on standby for World Cup

     
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  3. Yusuf

    Yusuf GUARDIAN Administrator

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    India will walk out of the ICC and start its own council and be rest assured that it will attract members. We have all the bloody money. The security problem is a figment of the "white" imagination. There is no problem whatsoever. India is as safe a place or dangerous as australia or england.
     
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    the problem is not the security we offer but the fact that our enemies are more numerous and fanatical than theirs.

    There is legitimate cause for them to show concern but,

    But to say India cant provide security for teams is a farce, especially since they are willing to play in Bangladesh and Sri Lanka as well.

    No country can provide 100% security, However our security establishment has kept safe major public events for years.
    Many teams have come and gone.

    We should not gro cold feet now and let the terrorists simply scare us into decisions
     

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