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IPL 2011: News

KKR will do well with Gambhir at helm, says Akram

Kolkata Knight Riders bowling consultant Wasim Akram today hoped that the team would do well under new captain Gautam Gambhir and, it is time to look beyond local icon Sourav Ganguly.

It’s time for KKR to move on, says Akram

A captain who leads from the front, a batting line-up boasting of one of the most destructive T20 batsmen, a talented pace attack and some genuine all-rounders make the Kolkata Knight Riders a formidable side in Indian Premier League 4, feels the team’s bowling consultant Wasim Akram.

Tickets for KKR home matches start from Rs. 500

The lowest denomination of tickets for Kolkata Knight Riders' home matches is Rs. 500. "The tickets are priced at Rs. 500, 600, 900 and 1200.

Upbeat Gauti raring to go

If there is a team which cannot wait for the new IPL season to start, it is Shah Rukh Khan's Kolkata Knight Riders. The scars on the psyche, due to repeated failures, are so deep that every step forward is overwriting of bitter memories. Sanjjeev Karan Samyal reports.

'Time to pay back the team'

Manoj Tiwary sounds quietly confident ahead of IPL 4 and with good reason: he got runs in domestic cricket this season, the Kolkata Knight Riders bought him back at the players' auction and he says he now has a clearly defined role in the team.

IPL 4 kicks off today, CSK to meet KKR

It will be a classic case of 'friends turning into foes' when Mahendra Singh Dhoni's CSK clash with Gautam Gambhir led KKR in the opening match of the IPL today, less than a week after the duo guided India to their historic World Cup triumph in Mumbai. IPL Team profits | All about the IPL-IV | The big earners

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.

Knight Riders look to bring back IPL campaign on track

For the Kolkata Knight Riders their shocking two-run loss to Chennai Super Kings in the IPLeague opener is history now and the team is looking forward to bring their campaign back on track when they take on Deccan Chargers in Kolkata at the Eden Gardens 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

With Ganguly gone, Eden loses its buzz

Sourav Ganguly’s presence was not felt. But his absence might have been. The deejay was belting out chartbusters and korbo lorbo jeetbo (will do, fight and win) was doing the rounds. Atreyo Mukhopadhyay reports.

Lee, Shakib to join KKR before next match

Australian speed merchant Brett Lee will return to bolster Kolkata Knight Riders' attack ahead of their Indian Premier League (IPL) match against Rajasthan Royals on Friday.

KKR reduces ticket prices to attract more people

Alarmed by the poor turnout in their IPL-4 opener at home, Kolkata Knight Riders today decided to slash ticket prices for the upcoming matches.

Abdulla delivers on time

Iqbal Abdulla believes god has a timetable for everyone and nothing comes to you out of turn, “kitna bhi haath-pair mar lo (however much you thrash about)”. Nikhilesh Bhattacharya reports.

Looking forward to a hectic schedule

There's a first time for everything in life, no matter how old you are, and there's a first time for everything in cricket, too. I think I've taken four catches in an innings before — but certainly not all on the boundary!

Botha has silenced Doubting Thomases

Today's game against the Rajasthan Royals should be a spectacle, not to mention a test of strength for both teams. The Royals have made a great start with the legendary Warne still going strong, writes Jacques Kallis.
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