In what would come as a relief for fans, former Indian skipper and the reigning president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), Sourav Ganguly has been discharged from Woodlands Hospital in Kolkata. Ganguly had suffered a mild heart attack, for which he was undergoing medical treatment.

It was on Saturday morning when after a workout session, he complained of chest pains. As he was rushed to the hospital, he was diagnosed with a mild heart attack. He underwent a couple of angioplasty and was kept under strict observation by the doctors, including renowned cardiac specialist, Dr Devi Shetty.

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According to an earlier report by ESPNCricinfo, Ganguly is scheduled to be under strict observation at home, while being on oral medication. "Sourav didn't have any major problem. This is the problem which most Indians experience at some point of their times, that is blockage in the coronary artery," Dr Shetty had said.

"Medically speaking, we believe it's a good idea for him to go for an angioplasty. That decision we have left it to him. We thought at least two weeks he has to wait, then he can take a call," he concluded.

As of now, it is not clear when he would resume full presidential duties for the BCCI. However, it is being believed that he is ready to resume light duties from home, for now.