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Team India yet to be told about penalty

"I haven't got anything official on the issue," said Dungarpur on ICC match referee's ruling.

india Updated: Feb 08, 2006 13:41 IST

The Indian cricket team was yet to be officially informed about the penalty for its slow over-rate in the first ODI at Peshawar, a team official on Wednesday.

Dravid was fined 20 percent of his match fee and the team 10 percent of its after they were found to have bowled two overs short in the series opener on Monday.

Team manager Raj Singh Dungarpur, however, said ICC Match Referee Chris Broad was yet to inform him of his actions.

"I met him in the hotel a few times, but I have not got anything official from him on the issue," Dungarpur told.

Meanwhile, the Indian team has decided to take an off day on Wednesday.

There is an invitation from former Pakistan captain Imran Khan for lunch, eight or nine members of the team were expected to attend, according to team sources.

The Indian squad had visited the cancer hospital run by the Pak cricketer-turned-politician at Lahore before the start of the three-Test series.

First Published: Feb 08, 2006 13:24 IST