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Sunday, April 08, 2007

LI Celebrity Alert 1: Greg Chappell

photo credit: AP

FORMER Australia cricket captain Greg Chappell was released from hospital in Mumbai last night after earlier complaining of feeling unwell.

Chappell, who quit as India's coach last Wednesday, had been due to return home yesterday via Singapore, but put off the journey.


The 58-year-old Chappell, who turned vegan in 1994 after being diagnosed as lactose intolerant, was asked to present a report on his 22-month tenure to the Indian cricket board last week.

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