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IPL 2011: News

Fresh challenge excites Gilchrist

After a successful stint with the Deccan Chargers, Adam Gilchrist is set to start afresh as skipper of the Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) in the Indian Premier League’s Season IV. Ashutosh Sharma reports.

'Deccan Chargers keen to win more matches before home crowd'

Deccan Chargers Hyderabad team is keen on winning more matches in the upcoming fourth edition of the Indian Premier League before the home crowd here, coach Darren Lehmann said.

Sangakkara looking forward to his stint with Deccan Chargers

Deccan Chargers skipper Kumar Sangakkara today said he feels privileged to lead the city-based team in the upcoming fourth edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) and is looking forward to playing well here.

It's time to establish a fresh identity

Deccan Chargers' coach Darren Lehmann has a lot to worry about since the core of the team he built over the last two years has disintegrated and he has very little time to prepare the squad for the tournament opener. Abhijeet Kulkarni reports. Match box

Rajasthan make sure the drought endures

The Deccan Chargers management would be splitting their hairs. What else would they have to do to earn a victory, apart from picking a good squad and distributing complimentary passes in bulk to bring in supporters to the Rajiv Gandhi stadium in Hyderabad. Abhijeet Kulkarni reports.

Knight Riders, Deccan Chargers clash to revive campaign in IPL

Smarting from their opening round loses, Kolkata Knight Riders and Deccan Chargers will hope to bring their campaign back on track when they cross swords at the Indian Premier League at Eden Gardens here tomorrow.

Charge of the Knight Riders

The Knights were swift in putting to rest the nightmare. After all the opening setback against Chennai Super Kings on Friday wasn’t just fresh in the memory, it was also bringing back many unpleasant memories. Scorecard

Our batsmen need to rethink their approach: Sangakkara

After slumping to two losses in a row, Deccan Chargers skipper Kumar Sangakkara said his batsmen need to rethink their approach to get their campaign back on track in the ongoing Indian Premier League.

Yamaha ties up with Chargers as official team partner

Two-wheeler maker Yamaha on Tuesday said it has tied up with IPL franchise Deccan Chargers (DC) as an official team partner for the ongoing session.

Chargers look to turn the corner at home

The voices are not loud yet, but one can feel the tension as the staff prepares the Rajiv Gandhi Stadium for the Chargers' second home game against the Royal Challengers Bangalore, with the team showing little promise in the earlier two matches. Abhijeet Kulkarni reports.

Gone off track, Ishant awaits wickets, India call

The IPL presents a golden opportunity for Sharma to regain his berth in the Indian squad with the national selectors keen on creating a bigger pool of players due to the hectic schedule this year. Abhijeet Kulkarni reports.

Chipli live: A treat to watch

When Bharat Chipli arrived for the Deccan Chargers’ selection trials ahead of IPL-4, he had few expectations, given the lack of form. Abhijeet Kulkarni reports. Scorecard

Lankan players to abide by SLC decision on IPL: Sanga

Sri Lanka captain Kumar Sangakkara on Thursday said that his national team-mates in the Indian Premier League will have to abide by the decision taken by their Cricket Board regarding returning home midway into the Twenty20 league for a tour of England.

Gilchrist factor playing on Chargers’ mind

The last time the Deccan Chargers took on the Kings XI Punjab at home, Adam Gilchrist put the hosts on course for their first triumph in the opening 17 minutes. Abhijeet Kulkarni reports. Match box

Valthaty leads charge with bat and ball

Put into bat, Deccan Chargers scored 165 for eight in their Indian Premier League match against Kings XI Punjab today. Scorecard

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