Sourav Ganguly clinically fit, discharged from hospital


Team Udayavani, Jan 7, 2021, 11:38 AM IST

Kolkata: BCCI president and former India captain Sourav Ganguly was on Thursday morning discharged from hospital here, five days after suffering a “mild heart attack”.

The 48-year-old cricket icon, who had to undergo a stent insertion, was declared stable and clinically fit by doctors.

“I am absolutely fine,” Ganguly said before boarding his private vehicle to return home.

“I thank all the doctors, the nurses and everybody in the hospital for treating me,” he added.

Ganguly was rushed to hospital on Saturday after he complained of chest discomfort during a workout session.

Udayavani is now on Telegram. Click here to join our channel and stay updated with the latest news.

Top News

Maharashtra tried to incentivise Marathi-medium schools in Karnataka illegally: KBADA chairman

63.31 percent voting in first phase of Gujarat elections, drop from 66.7 percent in 2017

SpiceJet flight with 197 passengers onboard makes emergency landing at Kochi airport

US designates 4 leaders of AQIS, Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan as global terrorists

Muslim devotee wears Hanuman Mala, says ‘harmony greater than religion’

Politics can go on, but stopping Yoga classes made people sad: Kejriwal

DK DC lifts restrictions on use of loudspeakers for Kateel Yakshagana Mela


Related Articles More

After Syed Mushtaq Ali T20, BCCI set to introduce ‘impact player’ rule in IPL

CSK ropes in Bravo as bowling coach ahead of 2023 IPL

Ricky Ponting ‘feeling unwell’, rushed to hospital: Reports

Germany out of World Cup despite 4-2 win over Costa Rica

Japan beats Spain 2-1 as both teams advance at World Cup

MUST WATCH

How to become flipper

Bannur Sheep Breed Information | Uv

This rare jackfruit tree Sidddu Halasu

Oxygen Concentrator

Deepotsava at Shri Durga Adishakti temple


Latest Additions

ED seizes properties of IAS officer Pooja Singhal worth nearly Rs 83 Cr

Maharashtra tried to incentivise Marathi-medium schools in Karnataka illegally: KBADA chairman

63.31 percent voting in first phase of Gujarat elections, drop from 66.7 percent in 2017

SpiceJet flight with 197 passengers onboard makes emergency landing at Kochi airport

US designates 4 leaders of AQIS, Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan as global terrorists

Thanks for visiting Udayavani

You seem to have an Ad Blocker on.
To continue reading, please turn it off or whitelist Udayavani.