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Actually problem is somewhere else, it's basically they want all their tests @ Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Chennai, Banglore. Here is what was reported when the schedules were released :-honestbharani said:It is interesting that the Englishmen haven't come up with any responses to the facts posted by CC and Sanz. Most cities in India are developed well enough to handle international tourists.
"Main venues where large crowds would be guaranteed and thousands of England supporters could be accommodated - like Madras, Bangalore, Delhi and Kolkata - are conspicuously absent from the schedule of three Tests and seven one-day internationals."
"...How else can anyone explain the decision to hold the first and second Test matches at Ahmedabad and Nagpur, rather than any two of Calcutta, Delhi, Bangalore and Madras...",
So here we have two different people writting for two different newspapers point out the exact same thing.. Need I say more about the media games being played here by some cricket board ?