The Indian cricket board has withdrawn the offer of a financial package to help neighbours Sri Lanka in a row between the two countries, according to a report.
Indian officials were upset that news of the confidential offer had been leaked to the media, according to a document seen by Reuters that gave details of a meeting between the Board of Cricket Control in India (BCCI) and Sri Lankan Cricket (SLC).
It accused Sri Lanka's board of being "hostile" and said India was putting on hold all forthcoming tours with Sri Lanka, as detailed in the International Cricket Council's (ICC) future tours programme until 2012.
The Indian board offered financial help to Sri Lanka after a standoff between the SLC and its top players over next year's proposed tour to England.
SLC chairman Arjuna Ranatunga is adamant that the tour to England should go ahead in April and May even though it clashes with the lucrative Indian Premier League (IPL) in which many leading cricketers are keen to play.
Ranatunga has said that while the IPL means financial gains for players the England tour would help to boost the financial position of the cash-strapped SLC.
"The BCCI was very disturbed that the proposal they have made to Sri Lanka cricket in respect with the IPL with much confidentiality was released to the media," the document stated.