This is old news in the sense that it took place a while back in January of this year. But I can't quite remember if we got hold of the transcript of the roundtable back then. Anyways, I came across the transcript while googling online. It contains some high quality discussion on the state of our cricket, and what our cricket admins (past and present) are planning/wishing for the future course of the game's development, and a more in depth look at what is holding back our game. It has also got some value for those wishing to learn more about the history and early development of our cricket, particularly that of Nirman tournament.