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  2. ‘Be sensible’: Sourav Ganguly lists Do’s and Don’ts for people amid coronavirus threat  Hindustan Times
  3. Ganguly offers CM Mamata use of Eden Gardens facilities for Coronavirus care purposes - Republic World  Republic World
  4. Sourav Ganguly says ready to offer Eden Gardens for quarantine facility: Will do anything that is need of the hour  India Today
  5. Coronavirus pandemic | Sourav Ganguly donates rice worth Rs 50 lakh for the needy  Moneycontrol.com
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The BCCI president Sourav Ganguly has come forward in support of those affected by the 21-day lockdown due to COVID-19 pandemic, pledging to donate rice worth Rs 50 lakh for the underprivileged.The BCCI president Sourav Ganguly has come forward in support of those affected by the 21-day lockdown due to COVID-19 pandemic, pledging to donate rice worth Rs 50 lakh for the underprivileged.

Coronavirus Outbreak: BCCI president Sourav Ganguly pledges to donate rice worth Rs 50 lakh for the underprivileged - Firstpost

Sourav Ganguly, the president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has showed his keenness to co-operate with the government in the wake ofThe BCCI problem is ready to co-operate with the Indian government amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Sourav Ganguly ready to hand over Eden Gardens for quarantine facility

Off the field News: The BCCI president Sourav Ganguly has come forward in support of those affected by the 21-day lockdown due to COVID-19 pandemic, pledging to donate riOff the field News: The BCCI president Sourav Ganguly has come forward in support of those affected by the 21-day lockdown due to COVID-19 pandemic, pledging to donate ri

BCCI president Ganguly to donate rice worth Rs 50 lakh for underprivileged | Off the field News - Times of India

Off the field News: The BCCI president Sourav Ganguly has come forward in support of those affected by the 21-day lockdown due to COVID-19 pandemic, pledging to donate riThe BCCI president Sourav Ganguly has come forward in support of those affected by the 21-day lockdown due to COVID-19 pandemic, pledging to donate rice worth Rs 50 lakh for the underprivileged.

BCCI president Ganguly to donate rice worth Rs 50 lakh for underprivileged | Off the field News - Times of India

“Never thought would see my city like this .. stay safe .. this will change soon for the better ...love and affection to all ..”

Sourav Ganguly on Twitter: "Never thought would see my city like this .. stay safe .. this will change soon for the better ...love and affection to all ..… https://t.co/Q5qo66lDhE"

“Let’s fight this together .. we will get over this #corona https://t.co/OTH2iJbPMz”

Sourav Ganguly on Twitter: "Let’s fight this together .. we will get over this #corona… "

“https://t.co/FPOEbMsJLi ⁦@SGanguly99⁩ in this intv given to me ,Urges the people of his State and outside to Be Safe ,Be Patient and remember even wars end at some point of time .Dada is always inspirational ⁦@indraroy⁩”

Gautam Bhattacharya on Twitter: "https://t.co/FPOEbMsJLi ⁦@SGanguly99⁩ in this intv given to me ,Urges the people of his State and outside to Be Safe ,Be Patient and remember even wars end at some point of time .Dada is always inspirational ⁦@indraroy⁩"

“Folks stuck at home share a global dilemma- boredom. Can #IPL2020 be held ? In Europe there’s a suggestion for a few soccer teams to be tested & kept isolated. Their matches can be played in empty stadiums & telecast. IPL could think of some such plan. @SGanguly99 @BCCI”

K. C. Singh on Twitter: "Folks stuck at home share a global dilemma- boredom. Can #IPL2020 be held ? In Europe there’s a suggestion for a few soccer teams to be tested & kept isolated. Their matches can be played in empty stadiums & telecast. IPL could think of some such plan. @SGanguly99 @BCCI"

On Wednesday, BCCI president Sourav Ganguly said that it is very difficult to give an answer about the status of the 2020 edition of the IPL, given that the government announced a 21-day lockdown in the country. He also said that planning it becomes extremely difficult given that FTP is scheduled.On Wednesday, BCCI president Sourav Ganguly said that it is very difficult to give an answer about the status of the 2020 edition of the IPL, given that the government announced a 21-day lockdown in the country. He also said that planning it becomes extremely difficult given that FTP is scheduled.

IPL 2020 | Very difficult to give answer about IPL status, reveals Sourav Ganguly

On Wednesday, BCCI president Sourav Ganguly said that it is very difficult to give an answer about the status of the 2020 edition of the IPL, given that the government announced a 21-day lockdown in the country. He also said that planning it becomes extremely difficult given that FTP is scheduled.

IPL 2020 | Very difficult to give answer about IPL status, reveals Sourav Ganguly

Currently, each stakeholder is discussing ways to limit the financial damage with insurance companies as well as broadcasters

IPL cancellation on cards after three-week lockdown and Olympic postponement

Kolkata/IBNS: Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) president Sourav Ganguly has offered the indoor facility and the players' dormitory of the iconic Eden Gardens to West Bengal government for the quarantine facilities to combat the deadly Novel Coronavirus, media reports said. Kolkata/IBNS: Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) president Sourav Ganguly has offered the indoor facility and the players' dormitory of the iconic Eden Gardens to West Bengal government for the quarantine facilities to combat the deadly Novel Coronavirus, media reports said.

COVID-19: Sourav Ganguly offers Eden Gardens to Bengal government for quarantine facilities | Indiablooms - First Portal on Digital News Management

Here in this article, we take a look at the three decisions taken by Ganguly which changed the face of Indian cricket for good.Here in this article, we take a look at the three decisions taken by Ganguly which changed the face of Indian cricket for good.

3 captaincy decisions taken by Sourav Ganguly that changed Indian cricket - cricket - Hindustan Times

The BCCI will be under tremendous pressure as cancellation of Indian Premier League looks inevitable to tackle COVID-19 pandemic.The BCCI will be under tremendous pressure as cancellation of Indian Premier League looks inevitable to tackle COVID-19 pandemic.

IPL cancellation looks inevitable after three-week lockdown

The BCCI will be under tremendous pressure as cancellation of Indian Premier League looks inevitable to tackle COVID-19 pandemic.The BCCI will be under tremendous pressure as cancellation of Indian Premier League looks inevitable to tackle COVID-19 pandemic.

IPL cancellation looks inevitable after three-week lockdown

Ganguly on Wednesday had offered the indoor facility and the players dormitory of the Eden Gardens to the West Bengal government to be used as a temporary medical centres. Ganguly on Wednesday had offered the indoor facility and the players dormitory of the Eden Gardens to the West Bengal government to be used as a temporary medical centres.

Amidst nationwide lockdown, Sourav Ganguly donates free rice to the needy | Sports News,The Indian Express

Ganguly emphasized on the importance of self-isolation in these Ganguly emphasized on the importance of self-isolation in these testing times, hoping that people will stay indoors.

Stay Safe, Stay Sensible - Sourav Ganguly Urges People to Follow Lockdown Orders | India.com

Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a pan-India lockdown for 21 days on Tuesday night. In India, more than 500 confirmed cases of coronavirus have been reported till now and 11 lives have also been lost.Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a pan-India lockdown for 21 days on Tuesday night. In India, more than 500 confirmed cases of coronavirus have been reported till now and 11 lives have also been lost.

Sports bodies in Bengal ready to help government with quarantine facilities | Other News – India TV

new Delhi : On Tuesday night time, PM Narendra Modi has introduced a lockdown in the whole nation for 21 days. The response of many nice cricketers hasnew Delhi : On Tuesday night time, PM Narendra Modi has introduced a lockdown in the whole nation for 21 days. The response of many nice cricketers has

The response of nice cricketers on the 21 - Sahiwal

BCCI President Sourav Ganguly urged everyone to act sensibly during the 21-day complete lockdown that has been imposed by PM Narendra ModiBCCI President Sourav Ganguly urged everyone to act sensibly during the 21-day complete lockdown that has been imposed by PM Narendra Modi

Sourav Ganguly urges everyone to act sensibly during the 21-day lockdown - Republic World

Earlier today, the Cricket Association of Bengal also announced a donation of Rs 25 lakh towards the State Emergency Relief Fund. Earlier today, the Cricket Association of Bengal also announced a donation of Rs 25 lakh towards the State Emergency Relief Fund.

Coronavirus pandemic | Sourav Ganguly donates rice worth Rs 50 lakh for the needy - Moneycontrol.com