In recent times, the National Cricket Academy has been in the news for all the wrong reasons.
Considering all the above positives one can say that the future of Indian cricket is in safe hands.
Bumrah had earlier refused to go to the NCA for the recovery process after he was reportedly warned by senior players about 'scary' experiences.
BCCI secretary Jay Shah has asked the NCA to share Bhuvneshwar’s medical report.
The Rajasthan pacer is nearing the final stage of his recuperation.
Dravid has come under the scanner after being appointed the NCA coach.
The players will undergo fielding drills, net sessions and various other cricket activities.
Dravid suggests 'Life Coaching & Training' to help upcoming cricketers find alternative career options
The proposal was made to the Committee of Administrators (COA) by general manager cricket operations Saba Karim and NCA chief operating officer Tufan Ghosh
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