Sourav Ganguly stable after heart operation
Former Indian cricket captain Sourav Ganguly is entirely stable now after he has undergone angioplasty. According to Woodland's hospital doctors' reports in Kolkata, a medical team comprising three doctors has been set up to monitor his condition. Doctors said Ganguly has been responding well to the treatment.
Reports suggest that three stents are needed for the BCCI head. One stent has been put, and another two stents are likely to be placed either on Sunday or Monday. Sourav Ganguly is expected to stay in the hospital for a week. He is reportedly in touch with his daughter Sana.