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Medical Update - Hardik Pandya

Hardik Pandya of India during the Indian team practice session and press conference held at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore on the 21st September 2019.

Photo by Faheem Hussain / Sportzpics for BCCI

Mr Hardik Pandya complained of lower back pain after India’s final Paytm T20I against South Africa in Bengaluru on 22nd September. The BCCI Medical Team consulted a panel of spine specialists in England and they recommended surgery for a long-term solution of this issue.

The all-rounder travelled to London on 2nd October with Team India physiotherapist Mr Yogesh Parmar. On Friday, a successful surgery was conducted. Hardik will soon commence his rehabilitation process.


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BCCI tightens screws to counter Age Fraud in cricket

In an effort to strengthen its stand on zero-tolerance for age fraud in Cricket, BCCI has provided helpline numbers to all Cricketers, team support staff and administrators of all State Cricket Associations. 


The BCCI Anti-Doping & Anti-Corruption teams have been working closely to spread awareness amongst cricketers, team support staff and members of all associations to approach the respective cells in case of any drug queries, corrupt approaches and incidences of age and domicile fraud. The BCCI's Anti-Doping Helpline continues to be available 24X7 for any medicine related queries by cricketers.


A banner with helpline numbers will be displayed inside dressing rooms across all venues where cricket matches will be played during the BCCI's Domestic season 2019-20. Personnel are encouraged to report suspicious or fraudulent activity by contacting the helpline numbers. The identity of the complainant will be kept strictly confidential.





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