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BCCI To Provide Free Worldcup Tickets To The Students

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), the organizing committee of the ICC Cricket 2011 World Cup, will be issuing free tickets to the students to assure good crowd at the stadiums especially for the matches in which India will not be playing as they feel bringing crowds to the non-Indian matches will be a big challenge. They decided to provide free tickets to the school and college students through the sponsors, host and the state associations.

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