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HindustanTimes Sat,19 Apr 2014

Cricket

BCCI meet to find new pathway in IPL case tomorrow

The Cricket Board's all-powerful Working Committee is to meet in Mumbai Sunday afternoon at its headquarters to find a pathway to satisfy the latest directive of the SC in the case related to corruption in last year's IPL.

Yuvraj showed it’s too early to write him off just yet

There are no guarantees in life, and even the statistics-driven world of sports is no exception to that rule. Yet, Yuvraj Singh could not have anticipated the avalanche of derisive anger that was directed at him after the World Twenty20 final.

Motive questioned, but funds showed the way

Way back in 1981, a businessman and cricket lover, Abdul Rehman Bukhatir, put together a disparate group for a purpose that went beyond merely hosting matches. The Cricketers Benefit Fund Series (CBFS) thus emerged.

IPL 7: Delhi, Mumbai look to discover winning ways

After getting hammered in their opening games, both Delhi Daredevils and Mumbai Indians will look to make amends when they play take the field in their respective games on Saturday.

Integrity officials aim to boost players’ confidence, not snoop

IPL is serious business. And the most important is ensuring there is no controversy, or hint of corruption which scarred the league last year. Besides corruption, security too is an issue.

We were beaten fair and square: Dhoni

Chennai Super Kings captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni conceded that his side were beaten "fair and square" by a better opponent in their six-wicket loss against Kings XI Punjab in an IPL thriller in Dubai.

Mumbai Indians invite 9 underprivileged children to Dubai

As part of their social initiative 'Education For All', Mumbai Indians have invited nine underprivileged children from various Mumbai-based NGOs here for an experiential tour and to watch the team's next match against Royal Challengers Bangalore.

RCB vs DD: After final flop, Yuvraj justifies the big bid price

Going into the IPL, the mood might not have been all that great for Yuvraj Singh who was just about recovering from a string of nasty barbs directed at him following India’s loss to Sri Lanka in the final of the World T20. His house was pelted at.

IPL 7: Rahane guides Rajasthan to four-wicket win vs SRH

A patient half-century by Ajinkya Rahane and some disciplined bowling display helped Rajasthan Royal notch up a comfortable four-wicket win over Sunrisers Hyderabad in their IPL match in Abu Dhabi on Friday.

IPL 7: Maxwell finally proves his worth for Punjab vs CSK

Glenn Maxwell's 43-ball 95 powered King's XI Pujab to a six-wicket victory over Chennai Super Kings in their IPL match in Abu Dhabi on Friday with an over to spare.

CSK, Rajasthan Royals look to come out of corruption shadow

In the news for wrong reasons off the field, both Rajasthan Royals and Chennai Super Kings will finally have focus back on their cricket when they open their IPL-7 campaign on Friday.

There's no one in BCCI to take on Srinivasan, rues Manohar

Former BCCI President Shashank Manohar on Thursday rued that there was no one in the Board to take on N Srinivasan who is facing the heat over the IPL spot-fixing and betting scandal.

IPL 7: Kallis silences doubters, helps KKR beat holders MI

Defending champions Mumbai Indians, despite Lasith Malinga’s sensational form which saw him finish with four for 23 could not respond when it came to the chase.

Kevin Pietersen out of action, Delhi Daredevils face challenge

The big gun won’t fire for Delhi Daredevils on Thursday. As the revamped team prepared for a fresh season, it was their newly anointed skipper, Kevin Pietersen, who made all the news.

Srinivasan, 12 players named in Mudgal report: SC

The Supreme Court on Wednesday said N Srinivasan has been named in the Indian Premier League (IPL) spot-fixing probe report and thus can't discharge any function inside the Board of Control for Cricket in India.
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